Smaller and lighter in weight, these boards make a great companion to our larger cutting boards. Use around the kitchen for smaller cutting and slicing jobs.
- Constructed of long lasting end grain hardwood
- Includes a finger groove for easy handling
- 9" x 12" x 1 3/8"
- 3 lb
I opted for the walnut cutting board and sidekick. I suggest having the feet out on both as I regret not putting them on the sidekick which slips around without them.
The wood is beautiful and the craftsmanship terrific.
All the aesthetics and functionality of my Carolina Cut in a smaller package that’s a bit easier to fit into my sink for cleaning. I added feet to it after the purchase and would recommend you do the same at the time of purchase provided you’re tall enough to comfortably use it. I reach for it everyday for all the smaller kitchen tasks. In spite of its smaller size, you can get a lot done on one of these!
We ordered the sidekick in the same beautiful Walnut wood as our Carolina Cut end-grain. They look great together, and even apart when the sidekick is across the room near our prep sink. It's the perfect size for when we have more cooks in the kitchen! And surprised us that it stores perfectly in the top drawer when we need the counters clear. We also got the feet which makes it so easy to pick up and move. Nice discount when ordered together. You'll be glad you grabbed it too!
I love this board! I've owned this board for about 1.5 months, and I got the maple sidekick with juice grooves but no feet (so I could use the other side as a smaller board), and I absolutely LOVE this board. I find myself using this board more often than the 12x18 board (mostly due to it being easier to clean). I use this board multiple times a day, every day, and there is not a single sign of scoring from my knives despite the daily usage. I find this board dries out more quickly than my 12x18 (probably because I use it so much!), so I find myself oiling every few days. Definitely get the board butter, I used it for the first time since getting the boards, and the butter was key to returning the maple to its glory.