Kitchen Workbench Cutting Board Is Six Products In One
Apr 27, 2012 13:21
If you do a lot of cooking at home, you're going to drool at this board. You can chop, peel, dice on it. Its jam packed with features. Called the Curtis Stone Workbench cutting board, it has the potential to do a lot of things.
The board measures 22 inches by 14 inches and its got three stainless steel measuring cups built on the inside. IIts got a disposal bin for waste, like onion skins, garlic skins, and more.
The board is made out of ash timber, which makes the food prep process easier. When you chop a vegetable to transfer it out to a bowl, you'll need to later clean off the excess on the board because you're left with limited real estate. But instead, this board will have different tools in one convenient station, where all the pieces are removable for a smoother clean up.
The downside is that this thing costs $300 (USD). [Gadget Review]
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