Boards That Are Handled   3 comments

I designed Sous Chef Boards after watching the family work with Velda in the kitchen … her assistants were given assignments to go chop this or slice that, and then they returned to her with the product of their toils. They needed a mobile something, and I started making these handled cutting boards.

These are the larger version of Sous Chef Boards … and therein lies the tale.

You see, when I started making this batch of large Sous Chef Boards, I started experimenting with the handles: length and width were both in play. And then I played with the cutting surface itself, with sizes ranging from 9″ to 11″ wide.

I then discovered that those boards with a lot of Jatoba or Purpleheart were heavier than those with a lot of Hard Maple or Black Walnut, due to their increased density.

Can’t wait to take these 10 boards to market and see who likes what.

3 responses to “Boards That Are Handled

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  1. Absolutely stunning! They will be a big hit!

  2. I cannot believe that someone would really use these to cut on. I know you want that, but they are art. They are really gorgeous; I am sure they will be a huge hit.

  3. If nobody buys one, I know where you can dispose of them!!! Seriously, they’re gorgeous!

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