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…
If you dropped a little coin on some extra-fancy kitchen counter tops, the last thing you want to do is hack them to pieces with a knife while cutting meats and veggies. But who wants a boring old slab of timber to cut on when Etsy seller CuttingBoredom will make you a beautiful walnut, maple, cherry, or mahogany…
Cutting boards are built to be brutalized, but just because they're definitely going to get busted doesn't mean they have to be boring. In fact, the flip side of these op-art Shape Boards are cool enough to double as wall art.
There’s a very good reason why no one wants to see how sausage is made, and that's because the process is gross. Would it change things, however, if you could wield a meat machine like a ray gun, pumping out beefy snakes like an at-home superstar butcher? Maybe!
Joseph Joseph has updated its popular folding cutting board funnel with the addition of a perforated colander on the other end that lets you rinse your ingredients before sliding them into a pot.
Despite everything you've learned in the Super Mario Bro's video games, stomping and burning are not your only two options in the kitchen. When you need to chop that magic mushroom before wolfing it down, you can hack it up on this Coin Block cutting board.