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Why Some Woods are Better than Others in the Kitchen

Of the thousands of tree species in our natural world, only a handful are routinely used to make cutting boards and butcher blocks. But why are maple, walnut, cherry, teak, and bamboo such popular...

How to Fix a Warped Cutting Board

Here’s a riddle: how do you make a grown chef cry? Cutting into a ripe onion you say? Nope. It’s pulling out your prized cutting board only to find out that it has warped. Whether...

What Type of Oils are Safe to Use on Your Cutting Board

There is much conflicting information regarding which oils and substances are appropriate to use to safely maintain cutting boards or butcher blocks. This following list will...

Guide to Apple Orchard Season

It's that time again! Right about now, most of us are ready for that first cold front to roll through to signify the end of summer and the beginning of our favorite fall activities. We're here...

How to Properly Clean Your Wood Cutting Board

Properly knowing how to clean and maintain kitchen equipment has become somewhat of a lost art these days. Dirty dishes? Throw them in the dishwasher. Dull knives? Run them through an electric sharpener. Warped cutting board? Toss it and buy a new one. While throwing away a cutting board from the 99 cent store might be acceptable...

Picking the Perfect Charcuterie Board

If you have ever watched a cooking show, or frequented a fine restaurant, you know how important presentation can be to the overall culinary experience. If you want to up your cheese presentation...

Top Five Benefits of a Bamboo Cutting Board

In the last few years, bamboo has become one of the most popular materials for cutting boards due to its many benefits. While bamboo has always been known to have many advantages over...

Butcher Blocks vs Cutting Boards, What's the Difference?

At CuttingBoard.com, we often get questions along the lines of, "What's the difference between a butcher block and a cutting board" as well as more interesting...

Martha Stewart Gives a Shout Out to CuttingBoard.com

We love the durability and versatility of our custom HDPE cutting boards...

Teak Cutting Boards – Worth the Hype?

If you've paid any attention to culinary magazines or shows in the last few years, you’ll know that teak cutting boards have made their way onto many a kitchen aficionado’s “must have” list. Known as...

Our Partnership with John Boos

Here at Cuttingboard.com we’re proud to partner with some of best brands in the culinary world and John Boos & Co. has been trusted for over a century to provide some of the best...

Game Day Recipe: Bacon Wrapped Pork Tenderloin

Hi, its Colleen from the food blog, Souffle Bombay here with what I think is a delicious option for Game Day (or any day). Once again the Big Game is upon us! For many I think...

Which Cutting Boards are Best for Knives?

A chef has many tools, but one stands out above the rest: a knife. Correct that, a sharp knife. A properly honed blade makes prep work easier, results in cleaner cuts, and...