Destination Iowa State Shaped Bamboo Serving and Cutting Board
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Celebrate life in The Hawkeye State with the Totally Bamboo Iowa State Destination Bamboo Serving and Cutting Board. This beautifully crafted board is shaped in the outline of the great state of Iowa and features fun, laser-engraved call outs of the top cities, sights and attractions. From Sioux City to Cedar Rapids, the Missouri to the Mississippi, Des Moines to Davenport and everywhere in between, you’ll be able to take a walk down memory lane with this lovingly created reflection of the state. When it’s not being used in the kitchen or at get-togethers, the Iowa State Destination Board also includes a hanging hole with a hang tie for an outstanding way to show off your state pride on the wall of your home or office. Whether for yourself or the Iowa fan in your life, this Destination Board is sure to be a memorable choice! The board is made of sustainably-sourced Moso bamboo, which is gentler on knives than plastic and easier to clean and care for than hardwood. The reverse side does not feature any engraving and is ideal for cutting, slicing and dicing. This eye-catching art board also works wonderfully as a serving platter for favorite meats, cheeses and all varieties of snacks— perfect for tailgating or entertaining at home! It is built to last and easy to care for, simply hand wash and dry the board for the best results.
Destination Iowa measures 15-1/2" x 10-1/4" x 5/8".
It is comical how much room there is on this board in comparison to the other boards...but how much more characteristic of Iowa can you get? :)
Great gift for all my Iowa friends. I really like the carvings (etchings?) of various Iowa landmarks. My only complaint is that the Iowa Amana Colonies were founded by German settlers, not Dutch. The figures on the cutting board are clearly Dutch. Someone did not fully research this.
Very nicely done, almost too nice to use as an actual cutting board. My only complaint with the art work is that the characters portrayed with the Amanda Colonies are clearly Dutch. Any true Iowan knows that the Amanda Colonies were German is origin!