Epicurean® Black Slate Nonslip Cutting Boards
The remarkable material is non-porous and won’t dull knives. Certified by the Forest Stewardship Council and the National Sanitary Foundation, it’s easy to clean and will not harbor bacteria. Heat resistant to 350°F, the surface doubles as a trivet without leaving a blemish. Unlike wood and bamboo, these can be cleaned in the dishwasher. All Epicurean products are responsibly made in Duluth, Minnesota, USA.
- Care: Dishwasher safe
- Material: Natural fiber composite laminate
- Eco-friendly, natural wood fiber
- Epicurean cutting boards have more than 60 years of history in an array of practical applications
- Originally used in aerospace when introduced in the 1950s
- In the 1960s it was developed for cutting and food-prep surfaces in commercial kitchens all over the US
- Remarkable material is non-porous and won’t dull knives
- Certified by the Forest Stewardship Council and the National Sanitary Foundation
- Easy to clean and will not harbor bacteria
- Heat resistant to 350°F
- Use the surface as a trivet without leaving a blemish
- Unlike wood and bamboo, these can be cleaned in the dishwasher
- All Epicurean products are responsibly made in Duluth, Minnesota, USA
The surface is very good for cutting, but there are some things to be aware of.
This is a very handsome board.
I like the available sizes very much--especially the larger boards.
I prefer the boards with the gripper corners; the ones without grippers tend to slide on the counter.
The surface of the board is initially very slick. So, at least a the the beginning, if I was chopping something and the blade was not exactly perpendicular to the board, it ""skidded"" when it hit the board. Sort of slid out after out went through the food. This seems to be getting better as the board gets a little scuffed up.
These boards wash beautifully in the dishwasher, but there is pronounced chemical smell the first couple of washings, which goes away after a few runs through the dishwasher
Questions & Answers
Could these boards share various types of foods, between washings