Boos Bakery Tables feature Maple Butcher Block Tops That Are Perfect for Baking Prep
Butcher block is the perfect material for a baker's table. Its surface is smooth, sturdy and steady, so great for mashing, kneading, rolling and cutting dough. And nothing will satisfy home or professional baker or pastry chef more than a tasty loaf of bread, croissant, pie crust or tart created from dough thoroughly worked and cut on his or her own baking table.
John Boos' Popular Baker’s Cart Is a Clear Favorite among Professional Bakers
Professional bakers’ top pick is the Boos Baker’s Cart. Its 1-3/4-inch-thick blended maple butcher block work top is a baker’s delight. Plus it’s equipped with a stainless-steel shelf and a bun pan rack that can accommodate as many as eight pans. A 4-inch-high maple riser spans both sides of the cart and its back, helping to make kitchen conditions more sanitary and clean-up quicker and easier. The smallest of these tops is 48 by 30 inches, and the largest is 60 by 36 inches. All are certified by NSF - the independent organization that determines whether or not a manufacturer's materials and processes meet stringent industry standards.
Baker Tables Come in a Variety of Configurations
You can select a 1-3/4-inch thick maple-top table with either a partial or rear riser or a full riser in a wide range of sizes. These tops can be mounted on galvanized or stainless steel bases with or without a lower shelf. Other options for the table’s base include a single drawer, a 3-drawer stack or an enclosed stainless steel base cabinet with or without sliding doors, which are also made of stainless steel. Flat-top tables come in two thicknesses: 1-1/2 or 2-1/4 inches thick. Sizes range up to 120 inches in length and as wide as 60 inches.
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