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    see if I can find a couple of my giant spoons
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    Quote Originally Posted by sachem allison View Post
    see if I can find a couple of my giant spoons
    Would love to see them.

    You have some terrific stuff Son!

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    I found one but, it is so long I can't get it all in the pic. I'll try later this week and see what I can do. It isn't carved though
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    Quote Originally Posted by sachem allison View Post
    I found one but, it is so long I can't get it all in the pic. I'll try later this week and see what I can do. It isn't carved though

    Sounds like a fisherman's story Son! Ha Ha!

    The largest wooden ladle/spatula I've ever seen by far were from India. It was at some Hindu festival I chanced upon in the 70s in Rajasthan. They were feeding tens of thousands of people, no exaggeration. There were banks of pots at the outdoor cooking area that were as large as the comic book pots that cannibals would use to cook a whole live human being in. The wooden stirrers were as large as oars!

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