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    Odd cutting board size

    I was on the Sur La Table website dealing with a faulty product when I came across this odd cutting board. I cannot think of any reason this would be useful and very awkward to use. 6"x6"x4" on legs. Link

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    Bizarre.

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    Looks like a Boos display piece. No real practical use.
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    actually, John boos lists it as a cheese board block.
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    Could use it as a deheading block for chickens n ducks lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeepCSweede View Post
    Could use it as a deheading block for chickens n ducks lol
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    My brother raises chickens pete - we could get in and out n he'd never know

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    Would make a cool bar board for citrus and such....
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    Round out any well-to-do hobbit's kitchen... ?

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    It's a stool from the set of Willow. My wife isn't very short, just short compared to me. I sometimes tease her she is from the movie Willow. I will have to show her this.

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