Skip Nav
Food News
The Bestselling Target Snacks to Keep Stocked at all Times
Affordable Decor
17 Ways Urban Outfitters Will Turn Your Kitchen Into an Instagrammable Oasis
Food Video
The Truth Behind Costco’s $5 Rotisserie Chicken

Off to Market: Wood Cutting Board

While I was writing about my common kitchen mistake — I'm prone to burning plastic cutting boards! — I realized the best way to avoid burning more would be to invest in wooden cutting boards. Can you help me find some? Look for different sized, wooden cutting boards that are thick and durable. Bookmark the boards in the Yum Market on TeamSugar with the keyword tag, Wood Cutting Board. I look forward to checking out collection!

To learn more about the bookmarking feature please read geeksugar's explanation.
Don't know where to start searching? Check out a list of my favorite online stores when you,

Bed Bath & Beyond
Crate & Barrel
Linens and Things
Pier 1
Plum Party
Pottery Barn
Sur La Table
Restoration Hardware
Williams Sonoma
Wishing Fish
World Market

Join The Conversation
darkangel2305 darkangel2305 9 years
Please do NOT use these to cut meats... It's very unsanitary as other have stated above... ick...
MaggietheCat MaggietheCat 9 years
Wooden cutting boards are great, and they look so nice you can leave them sitting out as decoration.. But don't forget they soak in juices from everything you cut, and retain dangerous bacteria from meats. So although you can use a wooden cutting board for veggies and bread, stick to plastic for your meats. That way, you can stick that plastic cutting board right in the dishwasher.
JaimeLeah526 JaimeLeah526 9 years
I hate cutting up my pretty board. Mine is from Bed Bath and Beyond and I got it for Christmas.
Lynne Lynne 9 years
I just bookmarked a great bamboo cutting board from Bed Bath and Beyond.
lawchick lawchick 9 years
I have of those Boos boards like in the picture. It was a wedding present. I LOVE IT and use it for everything except cutting raw meat. It's so heavy and stable. My old cutting board was about half as thick, and it warped to where it would not lie flat. Get a Boos, totally worth the $!
shoneyjoe shoneyjoe 9 years
I really like wood chopping boards for vegetables, but plastic's my go-to material for raw proteins.
From Our Partners
Latest Food
All the Latest From Ryan Reynolds