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Farberware 3-Piece Wood Cutting Board Set with Drip Groove
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- Farberware is the Top-Selling National Brand for Cutting Boards in the U.S. (Source: The NPD Group, Inc.)
- Made from durable, moisture resistant hardwood these cutting boards are ideal for slicing and dicing all of your favorite meats, fruits, and veggies
- These boards features a grooved channel that is designed to catch drippings and juices from carved meats, which is perfect for adding to sauce or gravy
- This set includes (1) of each of the following cutting boards: 11.5 inch by 17.5 inch , 9 inch by 11.5 inch, 6.5inch by 8.75 inch
- Hand-wash only with warm, soapy water and dry immediately
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|Item Dimensions||11.4 x 17.8 x 1 in||9.5 x 13 x 1 in||11 x 14 x 0.8 in||7 x 14 x 0.75 in||18 x 10 x 0.75 in||1 x 12 x 16 in|
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Farberware is the Top-Selling National Brand for Cutting Boards in the U.S. (Source: The NPD Group, Inc./Retail Tracking Service. 52 weeks ending April 2016)
This Farberware 3-Piece Assorted Wood Cutting Board Set with Drip Groove includes (1) of each of the following cutting boards: 17.5-inch by 11.5-inch, 11.5-inch by 9-inch and 8.75-inch by 6.5-inch. The boards are made of farm-grown hardwood, are pre-sealed with food-grade mineral oil to keep them from drying out and feature reversible working surfaces. Each board features a grooved channel that is designed to catch drippings and juices from carved meats. These boards should be hand-washed only with warm water and a mild detergent; rinse and dry immediately
With grooved channels to catch juices for making sauces and, these three inexpensive cutting boards are ideal for carving roasts and poultry. The boards' rounded edges make them unusually attractive for serving at table. Plus, they flip over to provide flat sides to prep vegetables or slice and serve bread. Because the set consists of a large, medium, and small board, all cutting and carving needs are satisfied. The large board measures 17-1/2 by 11-1/2 inches, the medium is 11-1/2 by 9 inches, and the small is 8-3/4 by 6-1/2 inches. Made of farm-grown hardwood (no forest trees involved), the 5/8-inch-thick boards are sealed with food-grade mineral oil so they won't dry out. Wipe them clean with soapy water and dry and they will last several lifetimes. --Fred Brack
Top Customer Reviews
Too long to return, apparently, but boy are these a waste of money.
I'm used to using a 3/4" maple board, but mine was horribly warped. So I bought these as an inexpensive alternative. Inexpensive is the key word. Already my husband left the small one on a damp - waterlogged? - surface and it started to warp. When removed and dried it has flattened out. I store them standing up on edge. I haven't yet found a good use for the middle sized one but the small one and large one get regular use.
If I get a year's use out of this set it will have been worth it but I am longing for a more "serious" wooden cutting board.
That said, they probably should not be used as your primary cutting boards. They're better off as display trays or auxiliary boards for herbs, bread, or whatever won't fit on your usual ones. This is because they should NOT be exposed to water or heavy cleaning; after a quick scrub in the sink with dish soap and a minimal amount of water, the wood of my large board split and destabilized the whole thing so now it wobbles around on my counter top. I shudder to think what would happen to them in the dishwasher!
Since then, I've been cleaning them with half a lemon dipped in salt following by a good oiling or even sometimes just a scrub of olive oil and salt, which I then wipe up with a paper towel. It seems to work well with most things I've cut, even taking out the smell of garlic and onions.
These boards really are gorgeous, though. I usually leave the large one out on the counter because it looks a lot more expensive than it was. As a college student on a budget, I'm happy with these for a while until I can afford nicer ones.