Recent Satisfied Customer Writes

"My cutting board arrived today. It's a work of functional, beautiful and durable and BALANCED art ===>I could write a book about it. I am a retired chef. Very few boards 'measure up'. This one does.

It's too-perfect...I need to oil and bash it with my knives and this will be fun.

Bless you and your company for the finest of all work."

~Quill Brogan, WV



Cutting Boards

We believe that you must have inspiring equipment to make inspired dishes.

Our Bread Boards, Cutting Boards, and Butcher Blocks are designed with this in mind. Created from a wide selection of hardwoods, these boards bring both beauty and durability back to one of the most used tools in the kitchen today.

Finish Custom Designs Board Care Board Types    


Our Cutting Boards are finished with a high quality ButcherBlock Oil
(Our oil is safe for food contact and is FDA Compliant)

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Care and Cleaning

This link will take you to a video on proper care of your oiled butcher block surface.

Butcher Block / Cutting Board Maintenance

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Grain Types

When you cut this log Horizontally you expose the End grain of the wood.


When you cut this log vertically you exposed both the edge grain and the face grain.


Each section of the grain has its strengths and weaknesses


End Grain-


Considered the best type of butcher blocks by chefs around the world, this section of the grain quickly recovers from knife damage be easily swelling closed most scratches when mineral oil is applied. End grain also make a fast surface for your knife. Which means it has little drag and will not dull your knives as quickly as the other grain section.


Its greatest strength is also its biggest weakness. Since it can quickly recover from scratches because of its absorbing qualities, it will absorb anything with the same ease. Follow the Butcher Block / Cutting Board Maintenance above and you and your grand kids will enjoy this Butcher Block for years to come.

Edge Grain & Face Grain-


Used mostly in bread board and display pieces, edge grain board offer customization that is second to none. Being more resistant to staining and absorbing moisture, edge grain blocks have competed with plastic boards for years.


In order to be more resistant to staining and absorbing moisture, the grain must be closed. Edge grain and Face grain commonly referred to as Flat Grain, tend to dull blades quicker and show scratched and damage more.

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