Kristi and I enjoy having people over, and as you know everything revolves around the kitchen, and the kitchen is centered around the cutting board. I use many hardwoods in my cutting boards, from maple, walnut, ash, red oak, white oak, maghony, purple heart, cherry and padauk. I love combining these woods with their natural colors to create unique boards that will stand out in your kitchen.

This gallery shows the making of a pair of end grain cutting boards. End grain boards require more steps but are better for your knives.

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