John Boos Block Chop-N-Slice Maple Wood Edge Grain Reversible Cutting Board, 16 Inches x 10 Inches x 1 Inches


Price: $48.95
(as of Sep 14,2022 20:57:18 UTC – Details)


Bring classic cooking home with the Chop-N-Slice cutting board by John Boos. Chop-N-Slice Bars are perfect for everyday use. More versatile and more lightweight than RA or R plates, N-slat plates are 1-1.25 inches thick. Available with or without a groove, these NSF certified plates are sure to become the go-to plate in your kitchen for years to come.
John Boos products are designed to meet the demanding expectations of commercial kitchens, exceeding the highest standards of quality and food safety. Each plate and block is made from sustainably harvested North American hardwoods, and provides a commercial-grade cutting surface that protects the sharp edge of fine cutlery. John Boos and Co. are often imitated. It is known worldwide for its expertise in manufacturing American hardwoods into products for beauty, durability and function.
Simple board care can ensure that this handcrafted board is a favorite in your kitchen for years to come. Each John Boos board and block comes with a natural, food-grade oil that helps protect the wood during transportation. Once a month, apply an even layer of NSF-certified John Boos Mystery Oil (sold separately), and let it soak overnight. Repeat this process often when the board is brand new and “thirsty,” or if you live in a dry, dry climate. John Boos recommends applying John Boos Board Cream (also sold separately) to seal the top of the wood surface after applying the opaque oil. A quick few minutes of regular oil application will ensure your new board is properly seasoned and ready to go! After use, wash the board in warm soapy water (all wooden cutting boards are not dishwasher safe and should not be soaked in water).
Since 1887, every John Boos cutting board and butcher block has been proudly made in Effingham, Illinois by skilled artisans using reputable techniques. Today, USA made John Boos cutting boards and butcher blocks are used and loved in commercial and home kitchens around the world.

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