Now that I am starting to use some good kitchen knives, I figured I needed a better cutting surface.
If you noticed that I didn't call it a cutting board, there is a reason.
I broke some of the primary rules for a well constructed cutting board.
This is a piece of flat sawn Big Leaf Maple.
A flat sawn piece is more prone to warpage vs any other way of cutting.
I am curious if it will stay flat with a little common sense care.
Looks kind of pretty and it won't damage the knives so it works for me.
My boss walked by when I was finishing the oiling.
He wanted the board to sell in the gallery.
He got the last one so I said no way. This one is for me.