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On 12/5/2011 9:30 PM, Ed Pawlowski wrote:

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On 12/05/2011 08:30 PM, Ed Pawlowski wrote:

Here's some edge grained boards using scrap white oak and cherry.

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I'll jump on the band wagon... These are end grain cutting boards,
walnut, maple and cherry. Given away as gifts and on one has wanted to
use them. They just set out looking pretty.

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I'll jump on the band wagon... These are end grain cutting
boards, walnut, maple and cherry. Given away as gifts and
on one has wanted to use them. They just set out looking
pretty.


I'll jump in too...





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On 12/06/2011 05:41 PM, Leon wrote:
I'll jump on the band wagon... These are end grain cutting boards,
walnut, maple and cherry. Given away as gifts and on one has wanted to
use them. They just set out looking pretty.


OK, then here's one I made for the daughter last Christmas - hard maple
and walnut end grain.

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Leon [email protected] wrote in
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I'll jump on the band wagon... These are end grain cutting
boards, walnut, maple and cherry. Given away as gifts and
on one has wanted to use them. They just set out looking
pretty.


I'll jump in too...



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Gorgeous!! All of them!!

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All the cutting boards shown have been well crafted and visually
appealing -

That said, do they ever actually get used as cutting boards?
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On 12/6/2011 6:51 PM, Larry wrote:
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I'll jump on the band wagon... These are end grain cutting
boards, walnut, maple and cherry. Given away as gifts and
on one has wanted to use them. They just set out looking
pretty.


I'll jump in too...




Woah! I really like the simplicity of the two colors. Good job!
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On 12/7/2011 6:30 AM, Buddy wrote:


All the cutting boards shown have been well crafted and visually
appealing -

That said, do they ever actually get used as cutting boards?


Mine have not been so for. LOL... Every one is afraid to cut on them.
They bring them out for special occasions as serving trays.


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On 12/7/2011 7:30 AM, Buddy wrote:

All the cutting boards shown have been well crafted and visually
appealing -


That said, do they ever actually get used as cutting boards?


You guys make too nice a boards. Mine has been in full use for over 30
years. Walnut, maple and cherry firewood. (Got the wood out of my
firewood pile.)

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On 12/06/2011 05:55 PM, Doug Winterburn wrote:
On 12/06/2011 05:41 PM, Leon wrote:
I'll jump on the band wagon... These are end grain cutting boards,
walnut, maple and cherry. Given away as gifts and on one has wanted to
use them. They just set out looking pretty.


OK, then here's one I made for the daughter last Christmas - hard maple
and walnut end grain.


With the left overs, made a cheese board glued up edge grain.

- Doug


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On 12/06/2011 05:55 PM, Doug Winterburn wrote:
On 12/06/2011 05:41 PM, Leon wrote:
I'll jump on the band wagon... These are end grain cutting boards,
walnut, maple and cherry. Given away as gifts and on one has wanted to
use them. They just set out looking pretty.


OK, then here's one I made for the daughter last Christmas - hard maple
and walnut end grain.


With the left overs, made a cheese board glued up edge grain.

- Doug


Neat, the knife as well. Would you mind sharing the source of the knife?

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On 12/07/2011 11:38 AM, Han wrote:
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On 12/06/2011 05:55 PM, Doug Winterburn wrote:
On 12/06/2011 05:41 PM, Leon wrote:
I'll jump on the band wagon... These are end grain cutting boards,
walnut, maple and cherry. Given away as gifts and on one has wanted to
use them. They just set out looking pretty.

OK, then here's one I made for the daughter last Christmas - hard maple
and walnut end grain.


With the left overs, made a cheese board glued up edge grain.

- Doug


Neat, the knife as well. Would you mind sharing the source of the knife?


Was from a gift set many years ago. In addition to the knife, there was
a small round cherry board with an indentation for the knife handle. No
idea who made it - there are no markings on the knife :-(


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Was from a gift set many years ago. In addition to the knife, there was
a small round cherry board with an indentation for the knife handle. No
idea who made it - there are no markings on the knife :-(


Thanks ...

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All the cutting boards shown have been well crafted and
visually appealing -

That said, do they ever actually get used as cutting
boards?


Mine doesn't. I threatened my wife within an inch of her life if
I saw a knife being used. We do, however, use it as kind of a
serving tray for cheese and crackers type of munchies when we
have family/company over.

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All the cutting boards shown have been well crafted and visually
appealing -

That said, do they ever actually get used as cutting boards?



I use ours, but a couple of the gifts are displayed but pristine. The
owners say they are too nice to use. I say, 'wear it out and I'll make
you another".
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Was from a gift set many years ago. In addition to the knife, there was
a small round cherry board with an indentation for the knife handle. No
idea who made it - there are no markings on the knife :-(


Thanks ...


G'day,

That cheese board Knife caught my eye also and was curious to see if I
could find it, and what other interesting products that maker might have.

It's a Dansk Vivianna Cheese Board.


http://www.dansk.com/cat/index.cfm?f...80&pagenu m=1

Cheers,

Nick.

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Was from a gift set many years ago. In addition to the knife, there
was a small round cherry board with an indentation for the knife
handle. No idea who made it - there are no markings on the knife
:-(


Thanks ...


G'day,

That cheese board Knife caught my eye also and was curious to see if I
could find it, and what other interesting products that maker might
have.

It's a Dansk Vivianna Cheese Board.


http://www.dansk.com/cat/index.cfm?f...26&kf=e1380&pa
genum=1

Cheers,

Nick.


Thanks, Nick!

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