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Unread 04-25-2011, 11:06 PM   #31
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Marty...I would love a nice wooden board that I could fit my disposable cutting board into. They have fold up edges to prevent leaks, so just something sturdy, that won't move around and has nice firm edges would be good.

I will give you one of my disposable cutting boards if you let me buy the prototype off of you for cheap!
You got a deal! Get me what you use for a disposable and we can talk about what you want. I will make you one for my cost. PM me.
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Big. like half-sheet pan fits on it with room to spare big. That's what I like in my cutting board(s).
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Unread 04-26-2011, 04:08 PM   #33
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Hey Marty, do you have a plastic board that will hold a cup or two of liquid without issue? I could use this in many places! Turkeys at thanksgiving as well as comp times with all the au jus running around. I do like th eidea of a board that would swallow a disposable board, with an area that accepts all the liquid I pour at it. Scott
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I got the chance to actually use one of Marty's wood boards, these are items you all want for home cooking and entertaining, they are beautiful boards.
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Additionally have you thought about lines across the board about pencil thick that you can use to cut your briskets? Also a device, made out of platic cuttng board material with a small handle that you can use to hold your brisket down and cut along it's edge for that perfect cut. Kind of like a three sided ruler?
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yea same here. i get the larger size from rest depot i have a few wood laminate cutting board that fit nicely in the tray so the juice runs off but is still held in the tray.
I like the laminate idea. Without it, doesn't the plastic try kind of muck up your blade edge? Or is it soft enough not to?
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