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Farberware 3-Piece Wood Cutting Board Set
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- This set features three (3) cutting boards in the following sizes: 17-1/2 x 11-1/2 inches, 11-1/2 x 9 inches and 8-3/4 x 6-1/2 inches.
- The boards are made of farm-grown hardwood, and feature reversible working surfaces.
- These cutting boards are sealed with food-grade mineral oil to keep them from drying out.
- The boards feature grooved channels to catch juices from carved meats.
- These products should be hand-washed only. Hand wash with warm water and a mild detergent; rinse and dry immediately.
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Top Customer Reviews
This Farberware 3-piece cutting board set is great. For the price, it's fantastic. These are the only cutting boards your average home cook should need. They are reversable (though only one side has grooves) and offer three various, useful sizes. The large is about the size of two sheets of paper side by side; big enough yet still managable in the sink to wash. The medium is about the size of one sheet of paper. The small is about the size of your avarage hardcover book. All are about as thick as the handles of your knives.
They are hard wood providing a nice cutting surface. The wood is well oiled to help protect it from water damage. After a while, your bound to have many cut marks, but so what? Take a look at the price again. You buy cutting boards so they take the damage, not your knives (or your counter).
The boards I received were all smooth and straight (not warped). None have any signs of cracking and seem well made. They are easily worth two or three times the price amazon.com sells them for.
If I had it to do over again, I would get one good cutting board that would last, as these will have to be replace as they continue to split.
Just wanted to update with a note that for $10 I bought a huge heavy-duty wooden cutting board at a certain Swedish superstore. Buy the mineral oil that comes with it and treat it once a year- haven't had any issues with it.
1. The largest had splinters (actually shavings half attached to the surface which would create an irregular surface once I'd pull it off.) The smaller ones have some irregularities too.
2. Also, they're coated with some sort of a material so that they don't absorb oil when trying to oil them initially. Dunno if that's good or bad, though.
I was not under any illusions when I bought them, but I'm giving them four stars because they serve the purpose I had in mind for them. I actually use them under flexi-plastic cutting sheets. Why use both together? Well, the flexi sheets let me transport the cut food to the stove (or wherever) easily, are cheap enough to replace periodically, and are dishwasher safe. The wood cutting board provides a surface underneath the flexi-sheet that is not as hard as my counter, thus protecting my knives' edge. And as I don't use the wood surface directly, I don't have to expose it to moisture etc. Sometimes stuff does trickle down to it, but that's different from cutting ON it, and can be taken care of by wiping it off. Hopefully, this will prevent the board from splitting apart, and the way I use them, small cracks won't bother me too much.
As an aside, I find the smallest board too small to cut anything on, so I usually use it as a trivet.
Don't buy these.
I was using a larger poly board from another manufacturer for meats. Wood is easier to sterilize IMHO so, I decided to buy a[n inexpensive] wood board set that I could easily microwave. I have top of the line wood boards by John Boos. I use my Boos boards to roll dough and cut bread, so I did not want to use them with meats or expose them to the microwave.
I had hoped the Farberware wood set would match their poly set in quality. It does not even come close. People who claim these boards are "average" quality have a low definition of average. These boards are very thin and seem to be coated like a [inexpensive] cheese board you get with a holiday cheese log.
I tried to apply mineral oil but the boards are loath to absorb it. Fortunately, the board is somewhat pourous and I'm hoping over time to improve the boards via mineral oil applications.
The boards are actually very attractive at first. I gave this set three stars because I can still use the large board for meats. It will fall apart eventually with this type of usage but, for the cost of this set, I can accept a short lifespan. The other two boards I'll use to ferry veggies around when I make stir fry and for tiny cutting jobs by my range. Also, by not cutting with them they'll keep their appearance for some time.
I have lots of boards and I basically bought this just to try knowing I could write off the boards if none worked for me. I already have almost a dozen poly and wood boards in various sizes.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Warped and went into the trash after less than six months of use. This is what walmart sells and the quality is as would be expected.Published 10 days ago by A. Felson
LOVE THEM! I wanted a set of cutting boards with different sizes and they were exactly what I wanted. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Chad Neiswonger
You get what you pay for. These are very cheap and start warping right away.Published 22 days ago by L Erickson
love these....I woodburn logos on them....very sturdy hard wood.Published 1 month ago by Carol Kirk OConnor
Great cutting boards. Bought them for my parents as a Christmas gift and they are holding up well.Published 1 month ago by Lizbeth L.
Wonderful but don't put in the dish washer bottom rack. Over time, the cutting board will split.Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer