Alfred Cutting Board
This board was thoughtfully designed to be the most functional board you will ever own. The juice groove side is designed to catch any juice or oil runoff from meats and fruits, deep enough to hold up to 3 ounces of liquids. The reverse side, with three built-in compartments, is made for prepping and chopping to hold your diced onions, chives, garlic, etc. This side can also be used for entertainment as a charcuterie board. Try using the compartments for nuts, fruit, olives, and more. The removable rubber feet allow for stability while cutting and the inner handles provide grip for easy carrying.
Alfred is crafted using end grain wood. This type of board is known for its durability and highly desired for its 'self-healing' properties. Each cut of the knife goes between the wood fibers, rather than through them, which close back up after the knife exits. By cutting on a naturally forgiving surface, this board will keep your blade sharper for longer.
PROUDLY MADE IN AMERICA: Crafted right here in the USA with our selection of sustainably sourced Black Walnut. We hand select only the highest quality hardwoods for our cutting boards so we may present you with a beautiful and highly functional addition to your kitchen.
Wood is a natural product, containing natural deviations in its appearance. Trust that your piece will have its own beautiful unique grain and color.
Behind the Name: Alfred is named after one of our favorite local coffee shops here in Los Angeles, Alfred Coffee! It's also a street name in our neighborhood.
Wood Family: Sustainable American Black Walnut
Size: 17" x 13" x 1.5" inches
Weight: 7.5 lbs
Bonus: This board comes in a beautiful gift box.
Care: Wood boards require care. Oiling your board with food-grade mineral oil at least once every 3 weeks is vital for maintaining your board. For detailed care instructions click here.
Clean: Hand wash with warm soapy water after each use and towel dry immediately. Do not soak in water, wood products are not dishwasher safe. For detailed cleaning instructions click here.