Charcuterie / Cutting boards

Charcuterie / serving / Cutting Boards

These handcrafted charcuterie and cutting boards are are made from Canadian domestic hardwoods complemented by exotic wood accents. Versatile and durable enough for both entertaining guests and daily culinary endeavors, these boards offer an exquisite balance of functionality and aesthetic appeal and are an ideal choice for elevating your dining experiences or effortlessly enhancing your kitchen routine. All of the woods used are completely natural and not dyed or coloured in any way.

Big Boards

A little wider (over 16") and a little thicker (1.5") than small boards, big boards are perfect for charcuterie spreads or extra space with meal prep if you're cutting up multiple ingredients.

Maple, zebrawood, canarywood, sapele. Finger grip handles.

17.5"L x 1.5"H x 10"W


Walnut, padauk, zebrawood, canarywood and white maple. Finger grip handles.

18"L x 1.5"H x 11.5"W


Maple, white oak, walnut, roasted maple, sapele. Finger grip handles.

17.5"L x 1.5"H x 10"W


Padauk, roasted maple, canarywood, purpleheart and cherry. Finger grip handles.

17"L x 1.5"H x 10.25"W


Cherry, maple and purpleheart. Finger grip handles.

17"L x 1.5"H x 9.75"W


Roasted maple, purpleheart, cherry, padauk and maple. Finger grip handles.

17"L x 1.5"H x 9"W


Small boards

These make great everyday cutting boards, since they're smaller and lighter than than the big boards. When I grab a cutting board for meal prep, I reach for one of the small boards.

Cherry, purpleheart, osage orange, padauk, oak, walnut. This is a gorgeous little board - the colours are stunning!

15"L x 5/8"H x 6"W


Cherry, roasted maple, canarywood, purpleheart.

13"L x 0.75"H x 9.5"W


Roasted maple, cherry, canarywood, purpleheart.

14"L x 0.75"H x 10"W


Roasted maple, purpleheart and red oak.

21"L x 0.66"H x 10.25"W


Roasted maple, hard white maple, padauk and purpleheart. Canada Flag inlay with padauk.

15"L x 0.9"H x 9"W


Cherry, roasted maple, osage orange and purpleheart. Canada Flag inlay with padauk.

15.75"L x 0.9"H x 9"W


Osage orange live edge charcuterie board. The bright yellow colour is completely natural. Such a beautiful board!

23.5"L x 7/8"H x 9"W


Walnut, wenge, canarywood and hard white maple.

15.25"L x 0.75"H x 8"W


Cherry, padauk, osage orange and mahogany. Canada Flag inlay with padauk.

15.5"L x 0.9"H x 9.25"W


Roasted maple charcuterie board.

18"L x 0.75"H x 9.5"W


Roasted maple, hard white maple and osage orange.

14.5"L x 0.9"H x 9.5"W


Maple and purpleheart.

14"L x 0.75"H x 10.25"W


Walnut, padauk, zebrawood, canarywood.

19"L x 0.75"H x 8.5"W


Cherry, purpleheart, canarywood and roasted maple.

14"L x 0.75"H x 9.5"W


Walnut and maple endgrain cutting board. Small, but heavy!

10.5"L x 1.5"H x 7.5"W


Padauk, roasted maple, hard white maple and purpleheart.

16.25"L x 0.9"H x 9.5"W


Cherry, walnut, padauk, maple. This is a very small board, perfect for cutting up sandwiches or fruit.

8"L x 0.5"H x 9.75"W


Custom order

Here are some of the past boards I've made. If you see something you like, I can custom make another one to your specifications.

Care & Maintenance

A well-maintained board will last a very long time, but wood is a natural product and does require a bit more care than a plastic cutting board.
Wash your board after use
Wooden cutting boards need a wash after use, especially if they've been saturated in oils, juices from meat, or foods that stain.
Never clean your board in the dishwasher or leave it soaking in a sink full of water. The water will deeply penetrate the wood and it will split. Just give the board a quick wash and rinse with warm water and a little soap.
Dry the board well
Wood absorbs moisture, which can lead to cracking or mold, so it's important to dry the board after use. After washing, give it a quick wipe down and air-dry in a dish rack. Avoid stuffing it back in the cupboard right away, because there will still be moisture in the board after a wash, even if it feels dry to the touch.
Treat your board with cutting board oil/conditioner
Over time and with use, all wood cutting boards will dry out and need a refresh with cutting board oil or conditioner to help prevent stains and cracks, repel water and keep the board looking great. How often you'll need to do this depends on how often the board is used and can range from once a month to once a year. Make sure the board is clean and dry before applying any oil or conditioner. Use a dry, clean rag or a paper towel and rub enough oil to coat the board's surface on all sides (not just the top and bottom). Don't use regular cooking oil -- it's not the same thing and it will go rancid.
Removing stains
Boards are more prone to staining if they haven't been oiled in a while and lighter woods like maple and cherry will show stains more easily than darker woods like walnut. If (when!) your board gets a stain, combine 2 tablespoons of baking soda, 1 tablespoon of salt and 3 tablespoons hot water to create a non-toxic cleaning agent. Mix these ingredients together to form a paste, and scrub the entire surface of the cutting board. Finally, wipe it with a warm wet cloth and dry. Results may vary, depending on how dark the stain is and how long it had time to set. If the stain has set, I've found that they generally fade over time and with continued use of the board.