Cutting Board

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How to resurface a plastic cutting board

by VFish 6 months ago

Okay, so I want to smooth out the surface of a couple of my cutting boards. We do not have a planer or some such. My husband set me to task with an 80 grit sander. It has worked some, but now I'...

Insight on misc. cookware items

by VFish 6 months ago

Hi, I have been coming across some things that I was wondering "if the same five people" might be able to shed some light for its purpose. First up is this pot that has a rack inside, but I am w...

Meat Cleaver & Cutting Board

by starzzz 7 months ago

I have 2 maple cutting boards for home vegetable prep and for cutting cooked meat. I want to get a 3rd board for prepping uncooked meat and in particular suited to breaking down a chicken/foul with...

Japanese Laminated Polyvinyl Acetate / Polyethylene Cutting boards

by ceasar2k6 1 year ago

I had a lot of experience with all sorts of cutting boards. From very high end end grain to sani tuff to plastic to bamboo to anything and everything in between. I settled on these Laminated Japan...

Is there any way to keep plastic cutting boards from warping?

by Citizen_Snips 9 years ago

I've owned 3 plastic cutting boards since I've started cooking and each one has started warping in less than a year. I know putting them in the dishwasher can cause this, but all of mine started w...

Advantages of Glass cutting boards?

by Chemicalkinetics 10 years ago

Most CHOWHOUNDS probably do not believe in glass cutting boards. Forget the fact that they dull knives extremely fast, knives have trouble cleanly cut through the foods on glass cutting boards bec...

Howard’s Cutting Board Feed-N-Wax For First Time Treatment?

by JosephInOhio 2 years ago

So I treated myself and bought a pretty modestly priced 12x18 cutting board. It’s from the John Boos company - The little number that sells for $39.99 @ bed bath and beyond. $32 if you’re not a dop...

Just how much more oiling on new board?

by dsk321 3 years ago

So I bought 2 boardsmith maple seconds almost a year ago but for various reasons didnt open the box till last week. They were intact as I kept the box indoors and still had a bit of oil in them, bu...

Wooden Cutting Board Use

by TastyReuben 3 years ago

Ok, this is a little different than the usual clean/care question. In short, how do you use your wooden cutting board? I got a big fat JK Adams board for Christmas, and I've used it just abo...

Best wood cutting board? Help, please!

by dainish 3 years ago

I looked at these based on some reviews online... The Ironwood Gourmet Acacia end grain (Kenji and others recommend this one) https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000TZ0IQC/ref=ox_sc_act_title_...

New Boardsmith Chopping Block for Me

by W8lkinUSA 3 years ago

I just wanted to share images of my new Boardsmith end-grain chopping block since I haven't seen much Boardsmith action in the last few years. At 18.75 lbs on my analog bathroom scale, the full ...

Tojiro Scissor

by mobiledynamics 3 years ago

Bit the bullet and ordered a pair. Have looked at the Tojiro scissor for quite some time now - got tired of the CEO asking me to help cut the back out of birds. Years ago, I had a wusthof. It w...

How much joint glue is too much for Boos chopping block?

by W8lkinUSA 3 years ago

After going through 3 defective Michigan Maple end-grain 15''x15''x2'' chopping blocks and 2 Boos Blocks end-grain 15''x15''x3'' chopping blocks, I finally have a block that "seems" workable, but m...

What are people using to scoop chopped vegetables on a cutting board?

by starzzz 3 years ago

Interested in what people are using/recommendations for a cutting board scoop. E.g. collect cut onion or other veg. I note there are dough scrapers, scoops, turners and various spatulas but look...

Serrated knife use on cutting board

by SpringRam 11 years ago

I have a new walnut end grain cutting board. It has been advised not to use serrated knives (I have only one - a tomato knife) on this type of board. I assume using such a knife will cause cut mark...

Epicurean Boards

by mobiledynamics 3 years ago

I've got too many boards to boot. End Grain (mine) , Edge Grain (carving/BBQ/serving board), and the wifey uses Epicurean Boards..... I'm not a fan of the knives on the Epicurean but it's lightw...

Best wood for a cutting board?

by juliejulez 7 years ago

I am moving into my brand new house next month and I'd like to upgrade my large wood cutting board. My cabinets are walnut, so I was thinking a walnut board would look nice. But then I figured ...

Water "stain" on cutting board

by AntarcticWidow 4 years ago

While making dinner last night, I left a couple of peeled eggs on my new cutting board. I didn't realize until I started cleaning after dinner that the eggs left wet spots on the board. I wiped up ...

Coconut Oil - Rancid

by mobiledynamics 4 years ago

Riddle me this. Is there a coconut oil that does not go rancid ? I was just ordering some stuff from amazon, and there is a butcher block oil that has coconut oil as part of it's ingredients.....