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Yellow Dog Woodshop

Personalized Heirloom Style Recipe Charcuterie Board

Regular price $65.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $65.00 USD
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Preserve a family treasure on a solid cherry charcuterie board! We can transfer any handwritten or printed recipe onto this beautiful heirloom board for display in your kitchen or dining room.  Recipes are laser engraved exactly as they are given to us, honoring the original handwriting. 

Boards are made from solid cherry wood. Boards come in 2 sizes - 15" total length, 8" width and 3/4" thickness OR 18" length, 11" width and 3/4" thickness.  Please include any special instructions, requests or questions in the comments box with your order, and upload a high quality image of your recipe.  You may hear from us if the document needs to be rescanned or if quality is not sufficient for image transfer.  We will happily refund your order if we are unable to transfer your image.  

Two sizes available!

15" X 8" X 3/4" - smaller size allows for display underneath cabinets in the kitchen! Appropriate for one - page recipes

18" X 11" X 3/4" - larger size allows for a more prominent display.  Appropriate for long recipes or recipes that are more than one page in length.  

This board is handmade in our small woodshop in Rosharon, Texas.  Attention to detail is our specialty, from purchasing the highest quality wood products to shaping the boards and creating a seamless finish.  Each board is soaked in 100% food grade mineral oil and waxed with our signature conditioning balm, "Axel's Board Conditioner", which is made with natural Texas beeswax.

Our cutting boards are naturally antimicrobial when properly maintained and are safe for food preparation.  Some wear and knife marks are expected with use, but can be minimized with regular maintenance.  Axel's Board Conditioner is available in our store and is and easy and safe way to preserve your board. 

 

Shipping & Returns

This board is made to order. Please allow 2-3 weeks for delivery. We accept returns/exchanges within 30 days of delivery. In most cases, the customer is responsible for shipping costs.

Care Instructions

With proper care, your Yellow Dog Woodshop cutting board can last a lifetime!

Keep it clean! Do's and Don'ts

DO hand wash your board regularly using mild dish soap and water.  Wash all surfaces including the sides and underneath your board, using a rag or sponge.  

DON'T - wash only the top surface of the board. When only one surface of the board gets wet, it may swell unevenly and cause warping of the board.  

DO - Dry it with a clean, dry cloth and stand it up on it's side to dry.  Remember - uneven moisture = warping.  You want it to dry with both large sides equally exposed to air flow.

DON'T - put it in the dishwasher! Wooden cutting boards are NOT dishwasher safe.

Regular care -

Yellow Dog Woodshop boards come pre-saturated with 100% food grade mineral oil and protected with our special blend of oil and beeswax (Axel's Board Conditioner).  This blend repels stains, moisture and food; however, with regular washing this barrier breaks down and your board will get thirsty. Make sure that you quench that thirst with oil - or it will absorb moisture!

We recommend conditioning your board with a natural blend of mineral oil and beeswax at least once a month! Of course, if you use and wash your board a lot or if you just want extra protection, you can condition it as frequently as every day.  Be sure to clean your board and let it dry completely before applying conditioner.  We make our own blend of oil and wax called Axel's Board Conditioner.  Click here to check it out!

If your board is very dry, you can coat it with mineral oil before coating with an oil/wax blend.  This can penetrate deeper into the wood, providing more protection for dryer wood. 

Removing stains -

Lighter woods such a maple may develop food stains with regular use.  To treat and remove these stains, create a paste from baking soda and the juice from a lemon.  Rub it gently over the surface of the board, focusing on the stained areas.  Rinse and wash your board, and follow up with a good board conditioner to protect and prevent additional stains.