MountainMade.com: Artists Stan and Sue Jennings were laid off from the coal mines and carved a simple wooden spoon to give away as a Christmas present. More than 20 years later, Allegheny Treenware creates a wide cadre of kitchen utensils in several beautiful woods that last a lifetime and are affordably priced.
Thanks to The Kitchn for such a nice profile about our shop!
Read more here: Allegheny Treenware: Kitchen Utensils Made from West Virginia Hardwood
This article is a few years old now, but still appreciate being featured in such a great magazine.
Read more: wvLiving: West Virginia Spooners