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September 17, 2006

Official bookofjoe™ Cutting Board

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Designed by Mark Sanders and selected for the Museum of Modern Art's Collection.

"Chop foods on this multi-purpose cutting board and then fold it into a chute to transfer ingredients without spills."

Made of polypropylene and dishwasher-safe.

15.25"L x 8.75"W x 1.5"D.

Also available in White.

$14.

Quick and dirty bookofjoe alternative, developed out back in the skunk works in Milwaukee when I was a boy: use a paper plate for your cutting surface and get the same result.

Bonus: No board to wash when you're done slicing, dicing and julienning.

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Comments

Had one of these way back when. Sound theoretically but the thing never lay completely flat when cutting, nor was it as effective a 'chute' when pouring.

Posted by: IB | Sep 17, 2006 9:55:36 PM

Shame. I tried to buy this, but the "continue" button didn't work with Safari. Oh well. I just saved 20 bucks. :)

Posted by: Jim Duncan | Sep 17, 2006 12:27:07 PM

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