Modern Walnut Cutting Board
Wood is one of our favorite choices for a lasting, heirloom-quality cutting board—it’s easy on knife blades, naturally antiseptic, and it’s just plain beautiful. These boards are crafted in Wisconsin from American walnut, and are as exceptional for everyday chopping and slicing as they are for serving cheese and charcuterie. Each board comes treated with an oil-wax that will last for years, only requiring you to give it a light mineral oiling every once in awhile.
Read more on how to give your wooden board some easy TLC to keep it in tiptop shape.
Photography by Rocky Luten & Bobbi Lin
Details & Materials -
Shell Lake, Wisconsin
Medium is 13"" L x 9"" W x 0.75"" H; Large is 18"" L x 13"" W x 0.75"" H; Extra-Large is 26"" L x 18"" W x 0.75"" H
Care & Notes
Board is oiled an ready to be used. Apply oil often to board for protection against water damage and cracking. End grain of board is especially sensitive. Rub wood with walnut oil, mineral oil, or a cutting board conditioner. After applying oil, let soak in for an hour. Wipe away excess oil with a dry cloth or paper towel.
Store board in an upright position or hang board using the hole.
Not dishwasher safe. Do not soak. Wash with soap and warm water, dry immediately.
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