End Grain Chef Cutting Board

Tend grain cutting board

Each Cherry  and Maple end grain cutting boards are handcrafted one at a time. The Cherry and Maple boards are randomly placed to make each board unique. This board is guaranteed to be a conversation piece at your next party. It is perfect for entertaining and is great for chopping, slicing and serving.

This is a heavy board that will be a workhorse in your kitchen. This board measures 9″ X 13″ making it easy to go from counter to table with ease. Each board is smoothly sanded, finished with numerous coats of food safe mineral oil then top coated with food safe mineral oil and food safe beeswax mixture.

The above picture was taken by Sally at Bewitching Kitchen! Sally is a wonderful cook and baker, on her blog she shares her wonderful recipes! This is the same board I made for Ina Garten Barefoot Contessa .

Read more, my blog post about making this board for Ina Garten.

end grain chef cutting board        thank-you-note-Barefoot-Contessa

Maple and Cherry End-Grain Cutting Board


The above board is walnut and maple, 14 x 20 custom size for customer

Above board but size 1-1/2 inch thick, 9″ X 13″ Walnut and Maple board        $145.00 each


1-1/2 inch thick, 9″ X 13″ Maple and Cherry board        $129.00 each

Each board is made to order, due to the labor involved in making these boards, lead time can be as much as 10 to 15 days.


Custom end grain cutting board handcrafted using Maple and Padauk.

Maple-&-Paduak-end-grain-board-engraved1-1/2 inch thick, 9″ X 13″ Maple and Padauk board        $145.00 each

Engraving is available for an extra cost, ask about lead time for engraving.


End grain cutting board handcrafted using Maple and Walnut

1-1/2 inch thick, 9″ X 13″ Maple and Walnut        $145.00 each


Above photo, taken by Rachel at 5280Meat, check out her Instagram @5280Meat


Black Walnut and hard rock Maple end grain board

wood conditioner, spoon butter, board butter or wood butter in tins, made from mineral oil and beeswax, spoon butter














2 thoughts on “End Grain Chef Cutting Board

  1. Hi, I happened upon your blog and your work is incredible!
    I like to do pyrography (wood burning) so I recently read up on the different types of wood that are used for cutting boards and spoons. I read how you have to be careful when wood burning to use untreated wood to prevent the fumes that are given off when burning from being toxic. I can’t seem to find a place to buy untreated wooden spoons. I am looking to order spoons made from good quality untreated wood. Do you know how to make spoons?

    Looking forward to hearing back,

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