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Tabletop: Crosscut Serving Boards at Canoe

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Tabletop: Crosscut Serving Boards at Canoe

Janet Hall December 22, 2010

Made from fallen hardwood logs gathered in the woods of Minnesota, Crosscut Boards from Portland, OR-based Canoe are equally compelling as cutting boards, cheese boards, or serving trays. Available in a variety of woods, the boards are sealed with a food-safe, moisture-resistant mineral oil finish. 

 
Above: Ash Crosscut Board; 8-inch round; $28.
 

Above L: Cherry Crosscut Board; 8-inch round; $18. Above R: Maple Crosscut Board; 12-inch round; $28.

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