Check Out The 1887 Rustic-Edge Cutting Board Collection from John Boos & Co. @johnboosco @SMGurusNetwork
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It is no secret to anyone that truly knows me that I am obsessed a bit with John Boos cutting boards. I just love them as they are true works of art and beautifully made and crafted. You can see the gorgeous John Boos cutting boards and butcher blocks in use on all of my favorite Food Network cooking shows including Chopped. There is a reason for this and it is simply because they are the best. That is why I had to tell you about a rustic and gorgeous line of cutting boards from John Boos & Co. that I am super excited about and it is called The 1887 Rustic-Edge Cutting Board Collection.
This is the American Cherry Rustic-Edge Cutting Board that I received. It is simply gorgeous and beautiful. This picture truly does not do this cutting board justice as it is so much prettier in person. I can say that this is a fabulous size as it is 21 inches long, 12 inches wide and 1 and 3/4 inches thick. This is a nice, thick cutting board that will last a lifetime if properly maintained. The Rustic-Edge Collection is available in 3 types of wood (3 sizes each)….. American Cherry, Northern Hard Rock Maple, and American Black Walnut.
You can see that rustic edging that makes this new line of boards unique. The Boos 1887 Rustic-Edge Collection was inspired by the original Boos® butcher blocks that were made from a solid piece of hardwood. The Boos® 1887 Rustic-Edge Design cutting board is as close to nature as you can get and each piece has a unique story. Each board is kiln-dried, with rustic edges and slight variances that make each one a “one of a kind masterpiece”. You can even count the age-rings. Some of their boards will have more grain than others and some will have knotholes, and discolorations. All of these features make each board beautiful, unique and full of character just like they made them since 1887.
Check Out The 1887 Rustic-Edge Collection Options As It Is Available In American Cherry, Northern Hard Rock Maple and the gorgeous American Black Walnut. Each Wood Type Comes In 3 Fabulous Sizes To Suit Anyone’s Needs.
Check Out This Amazing Video Showcasing John Boos Wood Craftsmanship (Made in the USA!):
Now Let’s Talk John Boos Board Care & Maintenance
It is also a good thing to talk about your John Boos Care and Maintenance. If you take care of this piece properly, and who wouldn’t…. then it is so worth taking the time to give your board a little love! It will last forever in return. I recommend purchasing some of the Boos Block® Mystery Oil and/or Boos Block® Board Cream. The Mystery Oil is a food-grade oil that easily absorbs and penetrates deeply into the grain of the wood to help protect, revitalize and moisturize the wood fibers. The Board Cream contains a natural, unbleached beeswax and food-grade oil formula. Board Cream is denser, thicker which gives a protective top layer to the wood surface against foods and liquids. It helps keep the water out and the oil in. I give my John Boos Boards a good application of mystery oil about once a month and once in a while an application of board cream to keep the oil in and the water out. It really makes all of the difference and is a must have item when purchasing your John Boos Board of choice.
A Little History On John Boos Boards:
John Boos & Co., based in Effingham, IL is one of the oldest manufacturers of premium quality foodservice equipment and butcher blocks in the U.S.A. Boos has been in business continuously since 1887. It was in his Effingham, IL blacksmith shop that founder, Conrad Boos first invented what would become the original Boos Block®. Having harvested sycamore from local wooded areas, and processed it in his sawmill, Conrad brought it to his blacksmith shop for finishing. That first block of sycamore slab placed on three legs evolved with sheer purpose of a block to absorb the shock of this smith’s hammer against the anvil. It was the local butcher, who having seen and admired Conrad’s block, became impassioned about owning a block for his meat market. Unknowingly, Conrad’s son, John, who having made and sold that first block to the local butcher, took John Boos & Co. into the infancy of the 125 year reign of serving customers in the commercial market sector.
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