Tage Frid designed a pair of museum-quality S-shaped salad servers. Their shape prevents them from falling into the bowl, they’re light, and strong. He made them by laminating two thin pieces of walnut in a simple jig and shaped them with basic shop tools. The bending jig is made by bandsawing a block to fit the S-curve. He finished the salad servers with a scraper and belt sander, and gives you some nontoxic finish options for eating utensils. He also offers tips on how to make a fork from the servers if that shape is preferred.

From Fine Woodworking #88