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Old 06-24-2020, 06:36 PM
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I want to give my grown son a decent wooden cutting board. Hes got a cheap one and I want to replace it. Hes got some plastic one which he uses for veggies, etc.

Im thinking of something he could cut meat on and then serve off of it.

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Have several wooden ones but to be honest i use that heavy plastic (starboard type material ) more than anything

I do have a wooden one for my Blackstone griddle that I can actually set on the griddle while it is on


with that said the wooden ones sure do look nice, I like to grill our steaks and let them rest on there as well , I also bought some type of conditioner for cutting boards as well


Friend of mine has one that is like a small table and that sucker is heavy but I love it and wish we had room in our kitchen for one of those

I will watch this thread closely
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My father in law makes top shelf cutting boards as a hobby. We give them out as Christmas presents. Any size you are looking for. We had him make us one with a valley around the edge to cut meat on and serve. Bigger ones go for $100 or so. Let me know if you are interested and I can send some pics.
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Hard to beat a Boos block but they're expensive.


Sam's has a nice Viking for the money. $40 looked great in person.
https://www.samsclub.com/p/viking-cu...lp_product_1_2
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I went to Home Depot and bought a butcher block counter top . I was going to cut it down but I left it one piece, and we love it ! All it needs is a little tung oil once in while
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End grain rock maple. Easy to keep up, and fast to cut on.
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I've got a Concave...it's nice. Juices don't flow over the sides.

Concave by JK Adams and Architec
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Originally Posted by schoolsout1 View Post
I've got a Concave...it's nice. Juices don't flow over the sides.

Concave by JK Adams and Architec
Those do look nice....
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Here's one of mine
https://www.samsclub.com/p/viking-cu...d/prod22540126
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BoardSmith - Butcher's Blocks & Cutting Boards by The BoardSmith

Sometimes John has "seconds" that he'll put up because they aren't as pretty. Boos has nothing on these.
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Thanks for all the suggestions. Anyone else?
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They are all good if they're thick enough to absorb cleaver whacks and have finger holds routed in. You really want blood grooves too
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Originally Posted by steelcityfishanddive View Post
boardsmith - butcher's blocks & cutting boards by the boardsmith

sometimes john has "seconds" that he'll put up because they aren't as pretty. Boos has nothing on these.


nice
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Originally Posted by steelcityfishanddive View Post
BoardSmith - Butcher's Blocks & Cutting Boards by The BoardSmith

Sometimes John has "seconds" that he'll put up because they aren't as pretty. Boos has nothing on these.
Ive got a large boardsmith!

http://www.theboardsmith.com/product...m-2-x-18-x-24/

As mentioned email John & ask him what he has available in seconds / blems.....

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Got a table saw? Make him one. If not, Boos Block.
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Thanks for the suggestions.
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I just got the concave suggested above. We really like it.
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https://www.cccboards.com

Coastal Carolina Cutting Boards. They will make you whatever you want... size, species, pattern, custom laser engraved, etc. He makes a point to hire veterans.

He has been in the exotic hardwood business his whole life and supplies lumber to a bunch of the high-end boat guys (rybovitch, viking, etc.).
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Originally Posted by cpsdad View Post
I just got the concave suggested above. We really like it.
Does that one come seasoned? Also, what do you use to season them when needed?
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Originally Posted by northeaster View Post
I went to Home Depot and bought a butcher block counter top . I was going to cut it down but I left it one piece, and we love it ! All it needs is a little tung oil once in while
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You may want to use mineral oil instead
Save the tung oil for the rifle stock
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