The Wooden Spoon Features The Bountiful Products of Michigan's Keweenaw Peninsula.
Handmade natural preserves, jams,
jellies and syrups, naturally grown produce and baked goods.
You can purchase
jams, jellies, syrups, baked goods, and fruit cakes at the Wood'n Spoon
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The Wood'n Spoon is located on US 41 in Mohawk, MI approximately 25 miles north of Houghton in Keweenaw County. The Keweenaw Peninsula, in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, has long been famous for its annual crop of wild berries, including the rare Thimbleberry.
Our shop specializes in making jams, jellies, gourmet cookies, homestyle breads and berry syrups. We grow the berries for our preserves and our fresh produce. On our 70 acre farm, we use no chemical pesticides and we use as many natural practices as possible. In addition to these products, we offer many local specialties including native copper, agates, datolite, books about the Upper Peninsula, post cards, "T"-Shirts, maple syrup, fruit cakes, and honey.
We also put the bounty of the Keweenaw to good use by using many wild berries in our products.The wild berries are picked in the magnificent woods of the Keweenaw.
We also have the very collectible Munising woodenware in assorted sizes.
We feature the wild Thimbleberry Jam. Thimbleberries are generally regarded as the most sought after berry by visitors as well as local gourmets. They are a unique type of berry growing in the Upper Peninsula. The thimbleberries are related to raspberries and blackberries but have a special flavor all their own.
The Wood'n Spoon is open mid May to mid October
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Please Call Us at (906) 337-2435 from 9 AM-9PM EST
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