This 11”x17”x1.5” Birch hardwood butcher block board is milled, poured, cured and finished prior to shipping. The board comes with rubber feet on the bottom to keep the board from sliding on the countertop. Customers may customize the lettering on the board. Please provide the wording exactly as you want it.
Custom Cave Works makes custom designed, hand-crafted charcuterie, cheese and/or cutting boards in Fargo, ND. These boards are made from solid wood, food grade epoxy, and food grade finishes. They are safe to use and do not contain any harsh chemicals. These boards contain an epoxy inlay(s)s that is about 1/8” deep into the wood. The inlay(s) are carved and then poured in perfect conditions to insure a hard, food safe cure. We do not use any materials such as stickers, paints, laser etching or any type of prints other than wood and epoxy.
A charcuterie board is a selection of meats surrounded by foods that complement those meats, most commonly fruits, nuts, crackers, and dips. A cheese board is a collection of cheeses surrounded by foods that complement those cheeses. You may find charcuterie on a cheese board and cheese on a charcuterie board. A cutting board is a durable surface on which vegetables, cheeses, fruit, meat or bread are cut.
Boards may be used daily or as decretive home decor. Boards with one or two-color inlays may be washed immediately upon receiving with mild soap and warm water. Boards with three or more color inlays can only be used and washed after two weeks from receiving the board. This allows the finish to cure fully and waterproof the board. DO NOT SOAK THE BOARDS IN ANY WATER OR OTHER LIQUIDS. DO NOT USE ANY CLEANING SOLVENTS OTHER THAN MILD DISH SOAP. DO NOT PLACE IN A DISHWASHER. Boards can be and should be oiled using food grade cutting board oil or food grade mineral oil. The board can be used as a cutting board, but knives may scratch the surface of the inlay and leave cut marks on the wood. Some foods like red grapes can stain the board.
Custom Cave Works ships or delivers the product as soon as possible. Delivery times can vary depending on the number of inlays, colors, wood types etc. It's very important for the epoxy to be mixed and poured in environmental specific conditions to allow for a food safe cure. Only one pour can be done at a time and curing time per pour can take 24 to 72 hours.