Do enjoy the board. Most people don’t want to use them as they are so beautiful. Yes, they are, but they are as tough as a tank and meant to be used.
Do Not use the cutting board as a chopping block. If you want to go all “Buckaroo Banzai” (yup, I dated myself, but a killer sleeper 80’s movie), resist the urge. It’s wood so don’t hit it with a Samurai Sword or a meat cleaver.
Do Not use serrated knives on the board. You just purchased an incredible cutting board, go treat yourself to a great set of German Solingen made knives. Trust me, they are worth the money.
Do Not put the cutting board into the dishwasher. Seriously, nope.
Do Not let leave the board in the bottom of the sink. Go ahead and wash it with a little soap and water
Do remove the excess water after washing with a dish towel. Then stand the cutting board on its side resting against your backsplash to allow both sides to dry at the same time.
Do display the cutting board on your counter, they are beautiful and as “no one puts Baby in a corner” (if you don’t know this movie comment, go ask your parents), no one should put these boards in a drawer.
Do tell others about Drouin’s Glen Heirloom Cutting boards! And thank you again for your patronage!