Maple Wood Bowl Chopper
Any way you dice it.
Though traditionally used for cutting meat and fish, a maple bowl chopper comes in handy for so much more—dicing veggies, chopping herbs, slicing cheese, cutting pizza...you get the idea. This rockstar by Lamson (the company made famous after gifting cutlery to the White House in the 1860s) has a natural wood handle that offers a comfortable grip, plus a curved blade that makes getting a sharp cut as simple as rocking the knife back and forth. What will you use yours for?
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