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CHARCUTERIE TRAYS

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"A cutting board can be used as a charcuterie tray, but a charcuterie tray is not necessarily a cutting board." 

A charcuterie tray is not meant to be cut on, but is typically used as a means of serving cheeses, meats, crackers, fruits and nuts. Because they are not used to cut things, they are typically more thin and can even be made with woods that are not as hard as you would expect in a cutting board.  

While a cutting board is typically uniform in shape, there is no limit to the shape of a charcuterie tray.  When building a live edge charcuterie tray, I let the wood grain and pattern inspire me. If I am building a dimensional board, it's the patterns of wood species, when put together, that create something special.

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