Etta Food & Picnic Tote with Cutting Board
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When life’s a picnic, you come prepared: This insulated tote keeps food cold (or hot) and has a wide, flat base that lets you carry anything (maybe a bread pudding?) without letting your precious cargo tip to the side—the bane of every picnic—and then comes out of the bag to become a cutting board or a serving platter. The medium is just right for a piquenique-à-deux, while the large will hold a potluck-sized panzanella along with a couple bottles of wine and a blanket or two.
Photography by Rocky Luten, Julia Gartland & Ty Mecham
Details & Materials -
Cotton canvas, leather, thermal lining. Cutting board is made of bamboo.
Medium: 10" L x 10" W x 11" H. Included cutting board is 10" L x 10" W Large: 14" L x 11" W x 12" H. Included cutting board is 14" L x 11" W
Care & Notes
Canvas should be spot cleaned or hand washed & air dried.
Bottom of bag is lined with a waterproof thermal lining, which wipes clean with a wet cloth.
Included cutting board should be hand washed with soap and water and dried immediately, as leaving the board wet can cause warping over time.
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