When you are in the kitchen cooking or baking you almost always need a cutting board. Cutting boards used to be these flimsy plastic things that come in all sorts of colors. Most of the time they end up warping and within a few uses you are tossing them in the trash. A good cutting board, preserved right can last for years.
Throughout the years cutting boards seem to have morphed from the plastic flimsy ones, to bamboo to those hard plastic ones that restaurants use. However, as I’m about to show you, cutting boards have drastically changed. Now they are custom made with exotic woods from Padauk, Bubinga, and Ash to domestic hardwoods like Walnut, Maple and Mahogany.
Here is a recent picture of a cutting board made from African Mahogany, Ash and Padauk. It measures 24″ long by 12″ inches wide and 3/4″ thick. Its perfect for the Holiday Hams, Turkeys and Roasts. This cutting board isn’t your average cutting board; its heavy. Will included a juice groove to make sure all those liquids drain off the meat but not on your counter.
There are now feet that are included on cutting boards if you need them a bit taller. Cutting boards are like beds, you spend good money on a good one and you’ll use it forever. I love coming home to my bed, about as much as I love coming home and knowing that when I’m making dinner, I have a durable, long-lasting cutting board to use.
You can get your custom made cutting board over here on the store