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Old 08-09-2017, 08:20 PM
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Default got board . . .

out with the old -
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The Boardsmith really does nice work. this is 16x22 - maple with a walnut border.

the old one dates from 1985 - slightly warped and wear dished - wonderful excuse if I do say so meself . . .
just got tired of all the hanging chads (due to the dishing) when prepping

it went into immediate service altho I did decide not to slice the batch of pickled beets on the new board....
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What a beauty.
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Whoa, that's lovely! I'd hate to use it!

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Default Re: got board . . .

last night DW dug out a plastic board - she just could not bring herself to cut up an apple snack on the new board . . .

I did a chicken / celery / pickle / onion chop for chicken salad - nice board. it's slightly thicker than my old one so it has a more satisfying 'thunk' to it when dice-chopping....
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last night DW dug out a plastic board - she just could not bring herself to cut up an apple snack on the new board . . .
I would do the same thing!

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