Wow your guests and get stuff DONE with this great 14×20 cutting board. Cherry is a really warm wood that gets a deeper hue as time goes on. This means that your natural and visually appealing cutting board will transform with age from a vibrant salmon color to a rich red hue similar to mahogany both in luster and depth. Our 14×20 cutting board is 2” thick making it not only beautiful and aesthetically pleasing but durable and able to withstand years of use and potential shock damage likewise.
Not only does cherry wood darken over time but it also becomes stronger with age as well. The self-repairing nature of cherry wood makes it ideal for cutting boards as the cutting boards can withstand continuous cuts and use without leading to deep grooves in the board guaranteed to trap food.
In the case of cheap wood cutting boards and plastic boards, the grooves made by your chef’s knives will lead to trapped food particles which inevitably contaminate your subsequent meals and lead to potential foodborne illnesses such as E. coli, salmonella, and the Norovirus.This is why it is highly recommended that both amateur and professional chefs opt for high-quality bespoke cutting boards guaranteed to handle any and all cutting jobs with ease.
Cherry wood is considered one of the most sustainable woods on the market as it is easy to grow and has a rapid turnaround time. As such, our cherry cutting boards are also eco-conscious likewise. The cherry wood we source has a janka hardness scale rating between 950 lbf (4,200 N) and 995 lbf (4,430 N) depending on whether it is black or brazilian cherry. This leads to products that are not just beautiful but able to absorb shock, withstand years of use, and handle water and scoring damage without fail.
Lastly, our cherry wood cutting boards are highly popular because they are durable, don’t damage your chef’s knives, and simply stand out in a sea of boards through their stunning appearance alone. All dimensions are approximate sizes as it is best to work with the natural characteristics of the wood first and the dimensions second.