Beautiful, multi-use John Boos cutting board
is the ideal shape, size and thickness to serve trattoria-style pizza, artisan bread, gourmet cheeses or meats. Durable edge-grain cutting board made of North American hardwood also accommodates every prep task: mincing, dicing, slicing or chopping vegetables or fruit. Reverse to knead bread dough or roll out pastry, biscuit or cookie dough. Tightly-grained construction preserves the blade edge on fine cutlery.
Naturally resistant to cuts and scratches, this high-density round cutting board
prevents bacteria from penetrating the surface, ensuring years of service. Each cutting board is produced to the exacting standards of professional chefs. Executive chefs, culinarians and celebrity chefs prefer the thick construction and lifetime durability of John Boos cutting boards and butcher blocks. Pre-treated with protective mineral oil finish with beeswax for preservation and immediate use. Hand wash. Made in the USA. 1 1/2" thick.
Designing and producing American-made cutting boards since 1887, John Boos & Company is the leading manufacturer of butcher block and stainless-steel gourmet and foodservice products in America. John Boos is world renown for their high-quality cutting boards, made of solid North American hardwoods.Product Features
- Edge-grain cutting board is the perfect shape for serving, slicing and prep
- Ideal size and thickness to serve trattoria-style pizza, homemade bread, gourmet cheeses or meats
- Perfect for every prep task: dicing, slicing or chopping vegetables or fruit
- Reverse board knead bread dough, roll out pastry, biscuit or cookie dough
- Tightly-grained wood preserves the edge on fine cutlery
- Naturally resistant to cuts and scratches
- Dense composition of North American hardwood prevents bacteria from penetrating the surface
- Gourmet chefs prefer the thick construction and lifetime durability of Boos cutting boards
- Protective mineral oil finish with beeswax for immediate use
- John Boos & Company has offered the finest butcher blocks, kitchen workstations and carts since 1887