Cutting Boards dishes


Cutting boards are not all created equal. If anyone tries to tell you different, respond with “earmuffs!”

We all know that over time this essential kitchen tool is beaten up and worn down from all the chopping, slicing and dicing we do on a regular basis. Who wants to spend a bunch of money on something that has a short shelf life, right?

Well, these cutting boards are different. They are made of responsibly forested teak wood. The wood used in making these boards is actually leftover from the manufacturing of furniture. It’s basically really beautiful scraps that come together to make these durable and presentation worthy cutting boards.

teak cutting boards

Teak wood naturally contains an oily resin which gives this product a much longer lifespan than other woods. Because of these oils, the knife marks do not show! Pretty sweet, huh?

I own a few sizes.

This large rectangular version can fit all your veggies on the cutting surface, as opposed to chopping one item and having to dirty a bowl for the sake of having to find somewhere to put them!

teak cutting boards

This is the best for making soups and stews….

The large round butcher block style is striking. I keep this particular board out on my counter top because it’s way too beautiful to hide. Of course, it’s as functional as can be while doubling as a conversational serving piece.

I use this board to serve multiple appetizers or even desserts. I think the presentation amps up the appeal of what is being served on it.

teak cutting boards

teak cutting boards

Lastly, this smaller version of butcher block collection screams “cheese board please!” This item is handy for serving a few small bites or for chopping smaller quantities like fresh herbs or a piece or two of fruit.

teak cutting boards

The unique wood grain design is a bonus, adding to the reasons why I love these boards. You can simply feel the quality in your hands when handling them.

teak cutting boards

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