Acacia Wood - Memphis Board With Insert - Ironwood Gourmet
Memphis Carving Board With Stabilization Insert
Acacia Wood - Memphis Board With Insert - Ironwood Gourmet
Acacia Wood - Memphis Board With Insert - Ironwood Gourmet
Acacia Wood - Memphis Board With Insert - Ironwood Gourmet
Acacia Wood - Memphis Board With Insert - Ironwood Gourmet

Memphis Carving Board With Stabilization Insert

Regular price $140.00
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  • 15 in x 21.65 in
  • 2 inch thickness
  • Features an insert made of nonporous, odor-resistant, bacteria resistant polypropylene
  • Insert can be used for stable carving, flips over to flat side for normal cutting
  • Wash your Ironwood products in warm water and soap.
  • Towel dry. Prop up to allow the wood to fully dry. 
  • Never submerge acacia wood in water or put it in the dishwasher!
  • Regular oiling will help to maintain the deep luster of the Acacia wood and ensure your Ironwood products last for years to come. 
  • When your Ironwood cutting board first arrives it will be thirsty, oil your board once a day for the first week to "season" the board.
  • Once your board is seasoned, oil it once a month for the first year, and at least once a year for life. 
  • Our food-grade blend of mineral and citrus oils is great at preventing cracks. 
  • Don't use an oil that can go bad like olive or canola oil.
  • To deep clean and deodorize your board or bowl make a paste with coarse salt and lemon juice.
Apply Salt: Sprinkle the cutting board with coarse salt like kosher salt.
Scour the surface: Using a lemon half with the cut side down, scour the surface while squeezing to release lemon juice.
Let sit, then scrape off: Let sit for at least 5 minutes, then scrape away the dirty liquid using a bench scraper or metal spatula.
Rinse: Give the surface a final rinse with a clean sponge. Prop up to dry.
  • It is highly unlikely that your board will warp if you avoid submerging it in water and oil it regularly.
  • If your board warps, wet the warped side of the board and place a heavy object on top and let gravity do its thing. A glass baking dish that is a similar size as the board works well. 
  • Feel free to contact us at sales@foxrunbrands.com with any questions. 

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Karl Blade
Essential Tool

In an active kitchen, a cutting board is one of the most used pieces of equipment. I got tired of pulling out a cutting board from wherever I parked it and then putting it away again, only to fish it out again soon. A substantial, attractive cutting board that could sit on the counter all the time is the answer, and the Memphis Cutting Board is an important part of that answer. Love it!

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Emma
Special, useful and durable

Christmas gift for my mom, the size is really big!!! she loves it as it is special designed with acacia wood and really useful too. You can carve your meat and place it right on the table in front of your guests to serve from.Durable wooden cutting board you will need to buy.

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Loveleen M
Amazing quality

the board exceeded my expectations and is extremely functional. The acacia wood really gives an elegant look to the cutting board as well.

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George Daniel
Something Unique

Well this is something unique....
I am never good at chopping but this insert added to the cutting board holds the meat which makes it easier to cut or carve. I am having fun using this wood cutting board and i would recommend this to everyone who has the same struggle while cutting.

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EOS
I've wanted a cutting board for ages, I'm so glad I held out for this one.

This board has some serious heft to it, and, it is beautiful. I used it over the holidays to carve roasts and it worked so well. The meat juices collected under the removable rubber grippers are wonderful for making gravy or au jus. I also like that the grippers are removable and easy to clean.
I did season the board, applying oil to it three times before using it.
Don't submerge this board in water. I cleaned it with soapy water, rinsed it and immediately dried it with a towel. As soon as it was dry, I applied another coat of oil to it--which it sucked in, and a final light coat before putting the board away. The board looks brand new.

I've wanted a cutting board for ages, I'm so glad I held out for this one.