John Boos Block Chop-N-Slice Maple Wood Edge Grain Reversible Cu

John Boos Block Chop-N-Slice Maple Wood Edge Grain Reversible Cu

John Boos Block Chop-N-Slice Maple Wood Edge Grain Reversible Cu

John Boos Block Chop-N-Slice Maple Wood Edge Grain Reversible Cu:at our store, we stock over 2000 models, so if you see the manufacturer, but not the model, don't be shy - give us a call and we will be happy to check! I bought this board back in 2013 along with the 18" board and have been using it one a near-daily basis ever since. This is my favorite of the two and gets more use because it's small and easy to move around. We have an empty nest so I'm usually making small batches of food so I don't often need more real estate for prep work. Often, I'll move it by the stove so that I can do my knife work there by the pans that I'm cooking with.There's a trench around the edge to catch stray juices. I find it handy as a holding area for round items or to sequester the odd bits like peelings, stems, or ends that I'm leaving out of my recipe. It's small, lightweight , fits almost anyplace and does a great job if you're processing a small amounts. For the lack of anything else, it also make a great cheese board.Boards like this will last a long time if you take care of them regularly. I was smart and bought a board cream and oil at the same time I bought my boards so that I'd always have the materials on hand to treat them. I did the simple thing and bought the Boos branded stuff, which has done a great job keeping my boards conditioned. I like: John Boos Butcher Block Board Cream, 5 ounce Tube John Boos MYS32-6 Mystery Butcher Block Oil, 32 ounces Be sure to read and follow the directions.unisex,ranking top15,a surprise price is realizedJohn Boos Block Chop-N-Slice Maple Wood Edge Grain Reversible Cu
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  • Boos Chop-N-Slice Collection boards are lightweight, easy to lift and store. John Boos Block 209 Chop-N-Slice cutting board measures 18"x 12" x 1 Inches
  • Made in the USA: Each John Boos Butcher Block and Cutting Board is proudly made in Effingham, Illinois by skilled craftspeople using time honored techniques since 1887
  • This cutting board is made from sustainably sourced, hand-selected Northern Hard Rock Maple. John Boos amp; Co has been a member of the NHLA for over 50 years, with a Sustainability Certification
  • Reversible: This cutting board can be used on either side
  • Sustainable alternative to plastic boards: lightweight, versatile, and easier on knives than plastic cutting boards
  • To care for your Boos Board: hand wash and dry (NOT dishwasher safe). Apply John Boos Mystery Oil regularly, more often in dry climates and when the board is brand new. Use John Boos Board Cream to seal the wood surface after applying Mystery Oil. Oil and Cream sold separately.
  • The Professional Choice: Often imitated, Boos Boards and blocks are the preferred cutting surfaces of top chefs and restaurants around the world
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John Boos products are designed to meet the demanding expectations of commercial kitchens, and exceed the highest level of quality and food safety standards. Each board and block is made from sustainably harvested North American hardwoods, and offers a commercial grade cutting surface that protects the sharp edge on fine cutlery. Often imitated, John Boos and Co. is internationally known for its expertise in crafting American hardwoods into products of beauty, durability and function.

Simple board care can ensure this heirloom, handcrafted board is a favorite in your kitchen for years to come. Every John Boos Board and Block comes with a food safe natural oil finish that helps protect the wood during transit. Once a month, apply an even coat of NSF Approved John Boos Mystery Oil (sold separately), and allow it to soak in overnight. Repeat this process more often when the board is brand new and “thirsty,” or if you live in a dry, arid climate. John Boos recommends applying John Boos Board Cream (also sold separately) to seal the top of the wood surface after applying the Mystery Oil. A few quick minutes of regular oil application will ensure your new board is properly seasoned, and ready for work! After use, wash board with warm, soapy water (all wooden cutting boards are not dishwasher safe and should not be soaked in water).

Since 1887, every genuine John Boos cutting board and butcher block has been proudly made in Effingham, Illinois by skilled craftspeople using time honored techniques. Today, USA made John Boos cutting boards and butcher blocks are used and loved in commercial and home kitchens worldwide.


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John Boos Block Chop-N-Slice Maple Wood Edge Grain Reversible Cu

John Boos Block Chop-N-Slice Maple Wood Edge Grain Reversible Cu:at our store, we stock over 2000 models, so if you see the manufacturer, but not the model, don't be shy - give us a call and we will be happy to check! I bought this board back in 2013 along with the 18" board and have been using it one a near-daily basis ever since. This is my favorite of the two and gets more use because it's small and easy to move around. We have an empty nest so I'm usually making small batches of food so I don't often need more real estate for prep work. Often, I'll move it by the stove so that I can do my knife work there by the pans that I'm cooking with.There's a trench around the edge to catch stray juices. I find it handy as a holding area for round items or to sequester the odd bits like peelings, stems, or ends that I'm leaving out of my recipe. It's small, lightweight , fits almost anyplace and does a great job if you're processing a small amounts. For the lack of anything else, it also make a great cheese board.Boards like this will last a long time if you take care of them regularly. I was smart and bought a board cream and oil at the same time I bought my boards so that I'd always have the materials on hand to treat them. I did the simple thing and bought the Boos branded stuff, which has done a great job keeping my boards conditioned. I like: John Boos Butcher Block Board Cream, 5 ounce Tube John Boos MYS32-6 Mystery Butcher Block Oil, 32 ounces Be sure to read and follow the directions.unisex,ranking top15,a surprise price is realizedJohn Boos Block Chop-N-Slice Maple Wood Edge Grain Reversible Cu