No cook’s home should be without these—especially if you’re into salads.
While similar forks and spoons are sold widely, the quality of craftsmanship from one maker to another can vary drastically. Cheap olive wood utensils are rough-hewn, without precise edges. They don't show off the wood's gorgeous grain. They get duller with time, not more luminescent.
This fork and spoon, on the other hand, are precise, smooth, luxurious. Rub them with a bit of olive oil after use. They will develop a sheen, become impervious to water and last nearly forever.
Made by a father and son team working near the Italian Riviera in Liguria.