Food52 Marble Board
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Take home your very own Food52 surface! These heavyweight white marble boards are quarried in Vermont—exclusively for Food52—and they aren't just pretty to look at. Because they stay about 7º F below room temperature, they're useful for countless kitchen tasks like setting out cheeses (no more melty butter and drooping cheeses), and they also retain heat for keeping foods warm.
The matte finish on these boards makes them food photography-friendly (no glares!). Choose from the small narrow, small rectangle, or large square boards and place them directly on top of your existing countertop (or bar cart or coffee corner) when not in use; the rubber feet will keep them in place and they add a clean, instant elegance to any kitchen. Not for use as cutting boards. Tend to spills immediately and do not cut lemons or other acidic items on the board, as acid will cause staining.
Photography by Rocky Luten, Bobbi Lin, and James Ransom
Details & Materials -
White calcium carbonate (natural marble)
Small Narrow is 11.25" L x 5.25" W x 0.75" H; Small Rectangle is 11.25" L x 7.75" W x 0.75" H; Large Square is 12.25" L x 11.25" W x 0.75" H
Care & Notes -
Marble is a porous, natural material and stains easily. Avoid using colorful foods like berries and beets on it. It is also advised not to cut lemons or other acidic items on the board, as acid will cause staining. If you do spill something on it, wipe it up immediately. Hand wash and avoid placing hot surfaces directly on top of the boards. May be treated with marble cleaner or vegetable-based impregnator.
Meet the Maker
With over 50 years of combined experience from working in the marble industry, in a museum and at a quarry, the co-founders of Vermont Marble know a thing or two about high-quality marble. Their unique products are perfect examples of the blue-gray and brown veining that occurs in marble from Danby and Rochester.View Full Profile
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