Channel your inner chef with the professional Bamboo Cutting Board. With 468 square inches of surface area, you’ll have plenty of room to prepare all your food, whether you’re cooking veggies, ribs, brisket, ham, or more. This cutting board is specially designed with a deep groove around the outside for catching juices, keeping the mess all in one place. The beautiful bamboo also makes for great food presentation—you can use it to bring dinner right to the table. Try out the Bamboo Cutting Board with your Camp Chef Patio Cart or all by itself; you’re guaranteed to love it either way.
- Solid bamboo construction
- Recessed groove for catching juices
- Designed to fit Patio Cart
- Handholds for easy carrying
- Compatible with: PZCART
- 18" x 26" surface area (468 square inches)
- 1.375" thick
- 13.5 lbs
Bamboo Cutting Board is rated out of 5 by 7.
Rated 5 out of 5 by King Nothing from This thing is honkin'! I was looking for a large cutting board to fit the tool cart that I use as a patio cart and this one fit it almost to a T. This thing is amazing -- I can prepare 4 racks of ribs on it and I had enough room to carve up an 17 lb brisket with no problem. It's on the heavy side so it's not the easiest to wash in the sink or carry through a narrow doorway but it's something I can live with. The liquid channels hold a lot of volume and it certainly looks like it'll outlive me. If you're looking for a heavy duty cutting board, this is the one!
Date published: 2018-02-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by Jeremiah from Camp chef cutting board Let's just say you know what you have when you own any camp chef products. For those of you that dont own any but are thinking of it , you won't be disappointed. I have the smoker and flat grill and the cutting board . The cutting board is top notch . This thing is huge and sturdy . The shear size allows you to carve a large amount of meat without having to move to another plate or pan . The juice troph and collector is genius . You can chop multiple veggies on the board and have plenty room . Only complaint I have is my sink is too small to wash it lol......guess I need a bigger sink now .
Date published: 2018-07-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by Tootsie from Very solid, great product Very high quality, I love that it has a large workspace. Perfect for keeping rib mess off the counters. Also has a large enough area to chop up all ingredients for salsa, the outer edge has the integrated channel, to keep liquids from running off. It sits perfectly on top of my pellet hopper om my woodwind, so I do not need to roll out a separate table. I would leave it on my counters all the time because it looks so nice, but I have limited counter space so it goes in the cupboard.
Date published: 2018-06-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by 282gw from Well made The Cutting board is very well the troth Around the edge will hold a lot of juice Other then the weight of the board the lady of the house has trouble moving it to the sink to wash there were no care instructions we both would recommend the the cutting board.
Date published: 2018-06-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by Teaysguy from Huge and Solid Build If you think you know how big this thing is you don't lol. This thing is huge, very solid build. Very nice channel for collecting fluids when you are cutting on it. Highly recommend this for people.
Date published: 2018-02-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by Tapata from Just as advertised Awesome large cutting board! Perfect for all your needs
Date published: 2018-07-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by dynckey from Does What It's Supposed to Do I had previously had a bamboo board and liked it for its durability, resistance to knife cuts, easy cleanablity and attractiveness. Nevertheless, it was smallish and I often ran out of real estate while working on large cuts of meat. No longer. This thing has all of the above properties and adds size enough to accommodate the largest chunks of meat I can use. Its drip channels and collection sink for juices have a useful capacity, and board sauces are simple with this setup. If there is any downcheck, it's the size. This is a BIG and HEAVY piece of gear: it's sometimes awkward to clean in any but the largest sinks, so you can end up with soapy water all over your counter. Juggling it can be a little dicey when it's wet. And finding a place for it to hibernate between uses is tricky because of the generous footprint--the obvious counterpoint to the utility its size provides. All things considered, and adding its utility as a serving and presentation piece at table, it's worth its price. (If nothing else, it's pretty enough to leave out on the countertop.) If Camp Chef were to offer something about 20% smaller, it would still be quite useful but a bit more wieldy. If you can accommodate to its size and weight, you'll find it a very useful and enjoyable cooking tool
Date published: 2018-05-31
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