Five Wood Cutting Boards That Double as Serving Pieces

Five Wood Cutting Boards That Double as Serving Pieces

Megan Gordon
Mar 16, 2012

I once worked for a store that sold beautiful cutting boards. We'd tell customers to designate one side for actual cutting and the other for serving. That way, they could remain beautiful and functional.

I think it's important to have a ho-hum cutting board for your onion and garlic chopping. Those scents don't easily come out fully, so I use a cheap plastic cutting board for that kind of kitchen prep. For other not-as-stinky chopping, I use a few larger wooden boards that I've received as gifts over the years and that double as serving pieces for bread and cheese or chopped vegetables. Here are a few favorites:

Round Ash Wood Cutting Board - $18 from Terrain
United States-Shaped Boards - $19.95 - $39.95 from UpWoodCrafts
Ed Wohl's Birds Eye Maple Cutting Boards - $94 from A + R Store
Rustic Walnut Cutting Board - $46 from Etsy seller GrayWorksDesign
Hickory Cutting Board - $36 from Brook Farm General Store

Related: Holiday Party Prep: 5 Beautiful Serving Platters

(Images: Terrain, UpWoodCrafts, A + R Stores, Gray Works Design)

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