80 Craftsman Cutting Boards and Cheese Boards

A cutting board is one of those kitchen accessories that always comes in handy. Whether you need a workspace for slicing, dicing or zesting, a chopping block ensures that the job is done without ruining your countertop. Even though most craftsman cutting boards are used for cutting, there are several specialty products — butcher blocks, bread boards, cheese boards and prep boards — that serve more than one function. More 
The Susan Cutting Board
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The Susan is derived from the Garrett. It expounds upon its functionality and size while remaining elegant, and an absolute beauty in your kitchen. This functional accent piece is ready for work and show. The Susan is crafted from South American Goncalo Alves hardwood along with North American Hard Maple. Each cutting board comes with our Lifetime Reconditioning Guarantee℠....More
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The Paula Cutting Board
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The Paula is ideal for kitchens where boards crafted from dark woods may not contrast well with a darker countertop. It's also our thickest; coming in at 3". The Paula is crafted from North American Hard Maple. Each board comes with our Lifetime Reconditioning Guarantee℠. Shipping is always free. Cotton and Dust® Products of West Texas is a high-end custom cutting boar...More
The Garrett Cutting Board
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Inspired by Robert Garrett, Pitmaster for FullhouseBBQ in Georgetown, Texas, the Garrett is the perfect size to portion out freshly smoked brisket. The Garrett is crafted from South American Goncalo Alves hardwood and North American Hard Maple. Each cutting board comes with our Lifetime Reconditioning Guarantee℠. Shipping is always free. Cotton and Dust® Products of W...More
The Clifford Cutting Board
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This is the one that started it all. The Clifford rests easily against your back splash and is perfect for cutting from the left, and moving material over to the right, hence the dimensions. It's as beautiful and rustic as West Texas. The Clifford is crafted from South American Goncalo Alves hardwood. Each cutting board comes with our Lifetime Reconditioning Guarantee℠. A...More
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The Hondo Cutting Board
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The Hondo is our largest board- slightly larger than The West Texan, with the distinct feature of a custom Black Walnut border. It will be the premium centerpiece in your kitchen, sure to catch the most discerning eye. Prepare to impress your friends, and your food. The Hondo is crafted from South American Goncalo Alves hardwood. Each cutting board comes with our Lifetime R...More
The Kristen Cutting Board
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Limited on space? Do you need a board for small items like fruit, cheeses, or small vegetables? This little gem is easy to store away and show off! The Kristen is crafted from South American Goncalo Alves hardwood. Each board comes with our Lifetime Reconditioning Guarantee℠. All products ship free. Cotton and Dust® Products of West Texas is a high-end custom cutting b...More
The West Texan Cutting Board
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The West Texan is our second largest board, slightly smaller than The Hondo, and sure to be popular with the families who need the space to serve or cut. It is a pleasure to look at, but more fun to use. It is our nod to a place we call home. The West Texan is crafted from South American Goncalo Alves hardwood. Each cutting board comes with our Lifetime Reconditioning Guaran...More
The Kathy Cutting Board
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The Kathy is one of our top sellers. This end grain cutting board is not only guaranteed to be a conversation starter in your kitchen, but also provide you with years of trouble free service and stunning reliability. The Kathy is crafted from South American Goncalo Alves hardwood. Each cutting board comes with our Lifetime Reconditioning Guarantee℠. Shipping is always fre...More
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As you determine what you want in your kitchen collection, here's what you should consider:

What kind of chopping blocks do I need?


Although most people have a traditional cutting board, there are other options available for those looking to broaden their horizons. Butcher blocks and chopping blocks are very thick chunks of wood that can be used as stand-alone surfaces, handy kitchen islands or even unique countertops. Prep boards are used less for cutting and more for preparing foods; they can act as clean sandwich-making surfaces or even serving boards for carrying meat to the grill. Bread boards and cheese boards are ideal for entertaining, since they can withstand knife marks but are nice enough to leave on the table during a dinner party.

How many cutting boards should I buy?


Every kitchen needs at least one, but most households opt for two or more to help prepare a more intricate meal. To avoid cross contamination, some people might have a color-coordinated cutting board set that includes a separate surface for raw meat, seafood, veggies and cooked food. Having a set, color-coded or not, allows you to cook without having to constantly wash up as you go. Because of this, most people purchase several variations.

What cutting board materials are available?


Cutting boards need to withstand constant knife nicks and cuts, which is why materials are somewhat limited. The most popular option is bamboo or wood. These pieces wear well and add nice texture and warmth if left out on the countertop. They are also fairly affordable and readily available in any department store. Glass is another popular option; most glass units have a nice decorative image on top and are clearly durable, though they are oftentimes seen as the more traditional alternative to wood. Plastic is also becoming a popular alternative. These products are very affordable and often flexible, which is ideal for small kitchens that don't have much counter or cabinet space.
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