The 400th Cutting Board   2 comments

I make a wide variety of things now … but I love making cutting boards.

Having survived loved my wonderful cook of a wife for 40+ years now, I appreciate how a good kitchen tool can make all of the difference.

Happy wife, happy life.

I make cutting boards with her voice in my ear telling me what works & what doesn’t. I combine those, uh, suggestions with my love of color and symmetry to deliver cutting boards that will last you for decades.

In 2018, I ramped up production at the end of the year to have a wide variety of boards for the big, big events that preceded the holidays. This board was the 400th piece in my inventory – the first time ever that I’ve had that many things ready for sale at one time.

Rare air. It lasted for a weekend … and then inventory dove as the holiday season progressed. Back to the shop!

Cutting Board 18 – 747. Purpleheart, Hard Maple & Jatoba. End Grain. 14″ x 20″ x 1-1/2″.

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The 350th Cutting Board (8/16/18)

The 300th Cutting Board, 3rd Time ‘Round (4/27/18)

The 300th Cutting Board, 2nd Time ‘Round (4/4/18)

The 300th Cutting Board (2/9/18)

The 250th Cutting Board: Back In The Pig Business (10/13/17)

The 250th Cutting Board (4/8/17)

The 200th Cutting Board, 6th Time ‘Round (2/9/17)

The 200th Cutting Board, 5th Time ‘Round (11/30/16)

The 200th Cutting Board, 4th Time ‘Round (10/7/16)

The 200th Cutting Board, Third Time ‘Round (8/5/16)

The 200th Cutting Board, 8 Months Later (4/9/16)

The 200th Cutting Board (9/18/15)

2 responses to “The 400th Cutting Board

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  1. You’re certainly right about the importance of a quality breadboard! I enjoy seeing the different patterns and designs that make each one unique and a treasure to give and receive. I hope this year’s exhibitions are plentiful and wonderful for you and the other vendors.

  2. You’re doing great! Not only do you have product depth, but you’re working on product breadth. Perfect business plan.

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