The John Boos Name Is Nearly Synonymous with Butcher Block
In fact, many people refer to butcher blocks as Boos Blocks, reflecting the company’s history and rich heritage that dates back to the nineteenth century when the very first wooden blocks were developed for blacksmiths before migrating to the butchers’ trade. Over the decades, the Boos product line has evolved to include cutting boards made of butcher block, but little has changed with respect to the technology that’s employed in making butcher boards. Individual strips of wood harvested from renewable, North American hardwood forests are bonded together using industrial-strength adhesive and the application of high heat and pressure.
The Boos Line Includes Cutting Boards of All Types, Styles and Sizes
Whether you’re shopping for an edge-grain board for serving bread or cheese, or an end-grain for carving meat or chopping heads of lettuce, you’ll find multiple attractive options. Boos makes blocks and boards made of Rock Maple, American Cherry and Black Walnut for all occasions. The range of shapes and sizes won’t disappoint either: squares, rounds, ovals and more, as small as 10 inches by 5, and as large as 48 inches by 24. Then there’s the variable of thickness where once again, you’re sure to be satisfied. The thinnest Boos boards are 1 inch hick, and they range all the way up to 6 inches in thickness. You'll also have a range of options to choose among, including juice grooves, wooden or steel feet and handles.
Boos Butcher Block Boards Make Fantastic Gifts
While you’re sure to find a wooden cutting board in every kitchen’s arsenal, not every would-be gourmet has discovered John Boos or can afford to step up to the leading brand of butcher block cutting boards. Share the good news by gifting a Boos Block today.
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