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July 27, 2011

When her husband needed a cooking paddle to make his famous Southern chicken pileau, DJ Remington made one.

Since then, making wooden kitchen tools for others has become Remington’s full-time job, but it is a job she loves.

For her handcrafted kitchen utensils, the fifth-generation wood worker uses woods harvested near her central Florida shop. Southern cherry wood is a favorite.

The best-selling Bent Tip Stir Fry ($15) is made from a pattern Remington designed. The useful utensil is handy for scooping cakes and puddings, stirring pots and making sweet tea.

Other customer favorites include various spoons and utensils (pictured) that range from $7 to $29. Check

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