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cutting board

a board used as a firm surface for cutting food, cloth, leather, etc.
Origin of cutting board
1815-25 Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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Examples from the web for cutting board
  • Use the knife and cutting board to chop them into half-inch chunks.
  • Place a spring roll wrapper on a cutting board with one corner facing you.
  • As soon as you begin heating the skillet, lightly flour a wood cutting board, or better yet a pizza peel.
  • Place melon on a clean cutting board, plate, or other clean surface with the cut end facing down.
  • Mound the flour in the center of a large wooden cutting board, or in a large mixing bowl.
  • Hand made from walnut and maple, this elite cutting board would make a great gift for any geek-chef.
  • His combination of meat drippings, olive oil and fresh parsley mixed directly on the cutting board is better than any sauce.
  • Also, basic things that you've always been taught: don't use the same cutting board for chicken and salad.
  • Arrange the rolls, seam side down on a cutting board and cut into one-half-inch-thick slices.
  • Place the lasagna noodles on a clean surface or cutting board, and spread some of the filling on top of each.

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