Boos Blocks Reversible Hardwood Cutting Board (24x18x1.5) by John Boos & Co
Use the cutting board the pros use. This Reversible Maple 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. The extra-thick board will hold large cuts of meat, piles of vegetables and ample size turke... See complete description »
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Use the cutting board the pros use. This Reversible Maple 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. The extra-thick board will hold large cuts of meat, piles of vegetables and ample size turkeys. The board features two flat sides and slightly rounded edges for comfortable handling. Measures 24-in. x 18-in. x 1.5-in.
It splintered before the first week! Even tho' I olied it. A lot of money and sertainly not worth the cost!
She absolutely loves the board. I thought it might be too heavy for her since she's in her 70's, but she loves it, and says the weight is no problem. There is no meal now that she does not use the board for in some compacity
Much too heavy for normal use. Unfortunately was paying attention to the wonderful size of it and never noticed whether or not the weight was posted. Much too heavy for me to use, passed it on to a much stronger person.
This is a truly substantial board, dense and weighty. Its size allows more than one operation to occur simultaneously, which compensates for the counter space that it uses in our kitchen.
You can never go wrong with a John Boss cutting board. This board has some weight to it. A little pricey for a cutting board but the size is large 24x18x1.5 and hard to find. Satisfied with price and shipping was prompt.
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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.