The Lovely Process Of Making The Most Intricate Wooden Cutting Boards

The lovely process of making the most intricate wooden cutting boards

Cutting boards don't just have to be the thing you put on your kitchen counter and chop meat on, they can be beautiful intricate pieces of art too. Just look at the incredible work and detail it takes to make one of these end grain cutting boards from Larch Wood. In this video by Stereokroma, you get to see how it starts from a log to how it gets heat dried to how the pattern gets selected and how each board ends up with such a unique, oiled up design.

It's really fascinating. Sterekroma writes:

This video takes you through the entire manufacturing process, starting from the logs out into the yard, to the finished oiled product. At the end, watch the self healing nature of the end grain cutting boards in action and learn about how to take care and maintain one of these boards. For a typical home kitchen, end grain boards should last a lifetime and more!


Comments

    Looks amazing. So now where do I get these in Australia?

      All I know is that I want one too.

        You're skilled enough to make one surely.

    I've made a few chopping boards for friends but never end grain. Must give it a go.

    http://www.kitchenwaredirect.com.au/Ironwood-Gourmet-Large-End-Grain-Prep-Station?sc=17&category=29798

    http://www.larchwoodcanada.com/products.php

    That's actually pretty reasonable prices direct from their website. (~$167 AUD for the small)

    I imagine shipping wouldn't be heaps of fun though.... group buy?

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