5 Big and Beautiful Cutting Boards

5 Big and Beautiful Cutting Boards

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When it comes to cutting boards, bigger is definitely better, so if you have an itty-bitty one, it may be time to think about an upgrade. Don't worry — you don't have to throw out your small board (you can use it as a cheese board, or for cutting up citrus to garnish cocktails). When it comes to real prep work, consider one of these big and beautiful boards.

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1. Bally Block Maple Wood Cutting Board, $69.99 at Webstaurant Store: If you want really, really big — like professional-grade big — this is the board for you. It's also relatively affordable.

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2. Avoca Large Serving Board, $115 at The Citizenry: Made from beech and sycamore, with walnut inlays, this board (16" x 9" x 1") is gentle on your knives and doubles as a gorgeous serving piece for your table.

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3. Oak Cutting Board, $174.30 at Kaufmann Mercantile: Big without being bulky, this oak cutting board offers plenty of space for all your slicing and dicing while still being relatively lightweight. A thumb hole in the corner lets you hang it out of the way when it's not in use.

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4. John Boos Walnut Cutting Board, $201.95 at Amazon: John Boos is one of the leading cutting board brands, and this reversible walnut board is both handsome and exceedingly functional.

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5. Large Walnut End-Grain Cutting Board, $299.95 at Williams-Sonoma: This board commands a hefty price tag, but its end-grain construction makes it both durable and easy on your blades. Plus, if you go for a darker wood look, this is a stunner.

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