Handmade olive-wood utensils are a practical addition on the kitchen counter and handsome on the table. Marcelli Formaggi, a cheese company, imports quite an assortment from Abruzzo, Italy. I especially like the sturdy container for the spatulas, spoons and such because it is heavy enough so as not to topple over. That the utensils cannot go in the dishwasher may be a drawback, but then, I never put anything wood in the dishwasher: Olive wood utensils, $8 to $125; tool holder, $45 (tools sold separately), marcelliformaggi.com.
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- September 27, 2017