My sister wanted a cutting board for Christmas. The one I bought her had a "channel" to collect meat juices on one side so they wouldn't go all over your counter. If you already have a cutting board, all you have to do is take a router and put the channel in with it and your all set! When you're done make sure you recondition the board with a little oil to keep it in good condition.
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Rather than cutting grapes, cherries or cherry tomatoes one by one, try this. Arrange the fruit close together on a cutting board. Take a flat object (such as the flat part of a plate bottom), and place on top of the fruit. Press firmly, but gently. Run a sharp knife through the fruit, halfway between the flat object and the cutting board. Voila! Several fruit cut at once.
Cutting or slicing certain things can make a mess when juices run wild...save the mess by placing your cutting board inside a sheet pan or jellyroll pan...I place paper toweling under the cutting board with some overlap..slice away! the juices will run into the pan and if there are a lot of juices you have the toweling to help. I do this for meats, melon and anything I think will be really juicy.
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