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Recent Customer Reviews in Cutting Boards

  • Jun 13, 2013

    fxe82  from Atl., Ga, Rating:5.0

    This is a huge, thick hardwood cutting board great for preparing a large rack of spare ribs for the smoker, slicing up a whole turkey or whatever you wanna cook. Do yourself a favor and go to their website for instructions to keep the board in perfect shape for years to come. I will be buying another smaller board for cutting vegetables, etc.

  • Maple Cutting Board

    Sep 10, 2014

    hifinavigator  from Nevada, Rating:5.0

    Well made butcher block maple cutting board used to support a turntable.

  • Perfect size and quality for my needs

    Aug 14, 2013

    cutiecowboy513  from Cincinnati, Ohio, Rating:5.0

    This cutting board is top quality and the perfect size I was searching for. It compliments my kitchen!

  • Overall a solid board but....

    Jul 25, 2013

    sdan1830  from Fort Wayne Indiana, Rating:4.0

    While I like the size and the Strenest of the board very much, there are a few things that I do not like. I am used to using a bamboo board. My previous bamboo board would not show the cut marks as much as this new one does. This board not only shows the cut marks easily but also stains easily from items like red onions that were left on for ten minutes for so. It appears to dry out easily as well. Finally I added some rubber bumpers underneath to provide some airflow. It would've been nice if this was a built-in feature but not all portentous. It was an easy fix and I'd recommend that anyone who purchases this board does the same. I just used some stick on rubber bumpers that I got at the hardware section at your local store.

  • Looks very well made, but cumbersome

    Oct 16, 2014

    riles78  from CA, Rating:3.0

    I had done a lot of research on cutting boards. Styles, grain orientation, woods versus plastics, and on and on. I pulled the trigger on ordering one of these massive block style end grain cutting boards and would say ultimately it was a bad choice for a number of reasons: 1. Price: I purchased 4 other boards to replace this when I sent it back. ALL 4 NEW boards cost what this 1 board is 2. Practicality: This thing is huge and heavy. It is not practical at all in a kitchen sink. My GF could hardly lift it, let alone get it scrubbed down in the sink and back onto the counter top. 3. Food Safety: What I concluded was that I should really own 3-4 boards. 1-2 wood boards for veggy/fruit/ prep chopping and such, and 2 plastic boards for meat / fish. The plastic boards are commercially accepted as "safer" and I would agree if from only one perspective… throw them in the dishwasher. While there are some wood boards that say dishwasher safe, they are full of it. A dishwasher will complet...

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