Thirteen Chefs Extra Large Cutting Board – 18 x 12 x 0.5″ Plastic Cutting Boards with Juice Groove for Kitchen, BBQ Pit, Backyard Grill, Huge Dinner Parties – Dishwasher Safe Chopping Board, White


Price: $19.34 - $12.62
(as of Sep 13,2022 10:04:44 UTC – Details)


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PERFECT FOR BBQ’S OR BIG PARTY – This high quality cutting board with juicy groove gives you the tools that professional chefs use. The kitchen cutting board can be used for meal prep tasks such as pulling pork, quick smoking, carving roasts, chopping vegetables, chopping fruit, removing fat from raw chicken, and much more.
JUICE GROOVE – With a deep hollow channel, the large plastic cutting board is designed to capture the messy juices that ooze from uncooked meat or ripe tomatoes. They’ll keep the sticky puddles in these dishwasher-safe cutting boards and off your kitchen countertops. Great for reducing contamination and the spread of any nasty materials while cooking.
BPA FREE AND FOOD SAFE – Cutting raw slabs of beef, fruits and vegetables can be messy and hard to clean. Feel better knowing that your white cutting board is made of heavy-duty, BPA-free HDPE plastic. Safe for any food you eat and safe to put in the dishwasher.
Large Size Commercial Chopping Board – Chopping multiple vegetables or eliminating lard and bones requires plenty of space to work with. The cutting board gives you the large cloth used in restaurant kitchens to get the job done. Never put yourself in a tight corner again. Dimensions: 18 x 12 x 0.5 inches
PERFECT FOR KNIVES – Kitchen plastic cutting boards are durable, lighter and take up less cabinet space than a wooden butcher block. Wooden cutting blocks also cannot be placed in the dishwasher. Great for saving space in your kitchen, traveling to cook at food festivals, or feeding the neighborhood at an outdoor cookout.

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