Walnut Dough Scraper
Walnut Dough Scraper

Walnut Dough Scraper

Regular price
$18
Sale price
$18

Dough scrapers are far more versatile than their name suggests. Though they are often touted for their use in baking, we use ours to transfer piles of chopped food into pots and pans, and to scrape and clean our wooden cutting boards. The scraper not only removes nearly all the gunk, but it also knocks down any standing grain. Over time this produces a superb surface finish on all your wooden surfaces and minimizes deep grooves from chopping and slicing.

Details: 3” x 6”; hardened and tempered high-carbon stainless steel blade with walnut handle; half-tang construction secured with brass rivets; made in Massachusetts; hand wash.

Dough scrapers are far more versatile than their name suggests. Though they are often touted for their use in baking, we use ours to transfer piles of chopped food into pots and pans, and to scrape and clean our wooden cutting boards. The scraper not only removes nearly all the gunk, but it also knocks down any standing grain. Over time this produces a superb surface finish on all your wooden surfaces and minimizes deep grooves from chopping and slicing.

Details: 3” x 6”; hardened and tempered high-carbon stainless steel blade with walnut handle; half-tang construction secured with brass rivets; made in Massachusetts; hand wash.

About the Maker

America’s oldest cutlery company, Lamson, was founded in Massachusetts in 1837, and its tools have been a fixture of kitchens for generations upon generations. We’re proud to have partnered with this institution on our Slotted Turner, and picked on our other favorite Lamson staples for this year’s holiday assortment.

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