We are big fans of metal, textiles, and wood – and no kitchen is complete without a high quality wood board. They’re naturally hygienic, versatile, and last forever with proper care. Go beyond food prep and create charcuterie platters, unique ways to serve fish and meats, as well as baked goods.
Cutting Boards & Woodenware
Since 1944 all the products produced by JK Adams have been made in Vermont from sustainable North American hardwoods. Each wooden cutting board is backed by a lifetime guarantee. Their mission is to design and produce products that are functional, aesthetically pleasing and of the highest quality.
A natural look and texture made from an eco-friendly wood fiber composite, each Epicurean cutting board is durable, nonporous, knife friendly and dishwasher safe. Ideal for food prep, presentation and serving these premium boards are preferred by chefs and commercial kitchens worldwide.
John Boos & Co.
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 Effingham, IL that founder, Conrad Boos, having harvested sycamore from local wooded areas, processed it in his sawmill, and finishing it in his blacksmith shop, first invented what would become the original Boos Block®. These quality hardwood blocks are as popular as ever due to their durability and function.
Berard – olive wood, France
Epicurean – paper composite boards, USA
Dickinson Hardwoods – cutting boards, Bloomington, IN
Frank Pearsall – handmade wood bowls, Bloomington, IN
John Boos & Co – butcher’s blocks and boards, Effingham, IL
JK Adams – cutting boards, Vermont
Lon Heywood – cutting boards, Bloomington, IN
McConnell Woodworking – cutting boards & lazy Susans, Monroe County, IN
Whetstone – woodenware utensils, Silver Lake, IN