August 14, 2012
Swiss Cheese Board
Wrote Katie Hagar on Better Living Through Design, "How about a nice slice of Swiss to show off your cheese selection? A composite of acrylic resin and powdered bauxite means the material is similar to marble, so think about chilling it ahead of time to keep your cheeses fresh on the table. If you look closely, you'll see that one hole goes all the way through for easy hanging. No worries about bacteria or odors as the board is non-porous."
From the product website: "The surface has just enough give that it won't harm a fine knife blade, and any knife scratches can easily be removed with a good rub using a nylon scrubby sponge. For a totally new surface, simply sand the board lightly with some fine sandpaper."
The boards are made by a small CNC milling workshop in Brooklyn.
Designed by Bjarke Ballisager.
11.5" x 9.25" x 0.5".
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Terrible piece of design. You have to scoop cheese bits / soft cheeses out of the indents to clean it. And you don't have a flat cutting surface.
Posted by: Fred | Aug 15, 2012 10:19:01 PM
They may be made in New York, but you can only use them within the Cantons of Switzerland. How else could they be authentic "Swiss" cheese boards?
Posted by: 6.02*10^23 | Aug 15, 2012 6:53:36 PM
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