March 22, 2006
We're not supposed to cut meat and vegetables on the same cutting board, but how do you remember which cutting board is used for which? These silicone cutting boards tell you what to cut on each board. The set of four includes a chicken, a cow, a carrot, and a fish.
At Flexible Cutting Boards
March 21, 2006
Bamboo is all the rage in cutting boards for the ecologically aware. Here is one that includes three interchangeable preparation bowls, so you can quickly cut and then separate your ingredients.
Via Cool Hunting at furni
March 8, 2006
Imagine the hijinks that will ensue with this cutting board. Everyone loves a "I just cut my finger off" joke. The cutting board is made with tempered safety glass and has non-slip feet.
February 15, 2006
Now here is a good idea. The edges of this cutting board automatically fold up when it is lifted of the counter, so you can easily pour the chopped food into the pan (instead of getting it all over the stove or countertop like I usually do). It is microwave and dishwasher safe.
At MoMAstore ($12.00)
January 23, 2006
Oooooooooh bubbles . . . . pretty bubbles. . . They call this a serving tray, but it can be used as a cutting board or a trivet.