Ash Wood Cutting Board

Ash Wood Cutting Board

Kristen Lubbe
Apr 14, 2010

We have several cutting boards and obviously use them for different reasons. We use a cutting board each and every day and frankly &mdash we don't think it's possible to have too many!

We came across two Ash Wood Cutting Boards and we think they're pretty great. They can be used for many different things and we have recently seen them popping up all over the place.

The great thing about this particular type of cutting board is that they're so darn great looking and can be used as serving trays and dishes. We've seen numerous desserts and even wedding cakes served on top of these &mdash flexibility definitely helps pad the $32 price tag for the one we found at Terrain. They've listed a 12" Ash Wood Cutting Board, and a smaller 8" Board for $18.00.

Each of these cutting boards is made from native Minnesota hardwoods and crafted by a family of woodworkers. Each board has been cured, sanded, and finished with food-grade mineral oil. Another very important feature &mdash the board is moisture-resistant and suited for both cutting and serving.

What do you think of the Ash Wood Cutting Boards?

Related: What's the Best Kind of Cutting Board? Plastic, Wood or Bamboo?

(Images: Terrain)

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