Pioneering Diagrams and Books - Gadget Utensils
Pioneering - Utensils
A pair of tongs can be easily made from two branches (each should have a natural curve to them so that they can 'pinch' easily) lashed together at one end.
A bamboo cane will provide a natural cup if you cut the bamboo just below a natural joint (and the same for the next joint up, or the second joint up if you want to have a long tall 'jug').
To make a wooden spoon you will need to whittle a piece of wood down to size. Start with a fairly flat piece and mark the shape of the spoon upon it. Carefully and slowly whittle down to the required shape. Remember to always cut away from you and your hand.
Birch Bark Containers
You will need strips of birch bark. Do not just pull them off a tree at your local campsite, I don't think the warden will be pleased. To make a square box type container, fold as shown in the diagram and either sew or tie in place once you have the shaper. A temporary fastening can be made using a split peg although this means the container will not hold a great deal of weight before it 'spills open' again.