Boos Blocks Cutting Board (12x12-in.) by John Boos & Co
Use the cutting board the pros use. This Square, butcher block-style Cutting Board, made by John Boos, is part of a professional series that's FDA approved and has been awarded the Gold Medal Award by Chefs of America. Extra-thick maple hardwood board will hold meats, vegetables, nuts and more. Feat... See complete description »
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Use the cutting board the pros use. This Square, butcher block-style Cutting Board, made by John Boos, is part of a professional series that's FDA approved and has been awarded the Gold Medal Award by Chefs of America. Extra-thick maple hardwood board will hold meats, vegetables, nuts and more. Features four legs for added stability. Edges are slightly rounded for comfortable handling. Measures 12-in. x 12-in. x 1.5-in.
It is a perfect size and I love how it sits up high. It fit perfectly flat into my sink for cleaning. Love it!
This is an excellent all-purpose cutting board. Give it an initial mineral oil rub, and then treat about once every eight or ten uses to moisturize the wood and prolong the life of the board. I have one board designated for meats, one designated for vegetables, and one designated as a cheese serving board. Very functional, good size, sturdy, easy to clean and quick to dry.
The feet on the cutting board were uneven, I had to add felt pads to each foot in order to stop the wobbling when I tried to use it
This is a great little cutting board. We had a similar one that lasted 20 years and we wanted to find its replacement with an exact duplicate of our original. I think this one is better! Cooking.com was the only place we found that had a reasonably priced cutting board that we wanted.<br>
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When you need to gather up your chopped ingredients on your cutting board, don't scrape with the edge of your knife; it will dull the blade. Instead, flip the knife over and use the non-sharpened edge to collect, then transfer, your ingredients to the pan.