Natural Slate Cheese Board Set
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This kit from Brooklyn Slate comes complete with all the fixings for your next wine and cheese soirée. The hand-carved wood cheese knife makes easy work of cutting soft cheeses and spreading, while the soapstone pencils let you easily label cheeses on the board. The all-natural slate board itself, which comes from a family-owned quarry in upstate New York, is impervious to fungus and mold and will last for years. (Did we mention it’s dishwasher safe?) Plus, food-grade mineral oil helps you maintain the slate’s integrity. Simply wipe with a drop or two of oil twice a year or as needed!
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Details & Materials +-
Natural slate board with a hand-carved maple wood cheese knife, soapstone pencils, anti-slip padded cork feet, and a bottle of food-grade mineral oil.
Round is 11.5" in diameter; Rectangular is 10"L x 14"W.
Both boards come in a 16"L x 12"W x 4"H box with an 8" maple cheese knife, a 5-pack of soapstone pencils, mineral oil, optional padded cork feet, and a burlap sack.
Care & Notes +-
Dishwasher safe. Apply mineral oil regularly to maintain the look and longevity of the board.
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