Food Cuts with Cute Cups

Actually they’re more like tiny bowls. This right here is a fantastic, I daresay essential tool for your kitchen if you’re really into chopping. I’ve got a major love for chopping, most people who love chopped up fruits and vegetables love chopping, we ALL love chopping. So this is the “Bowlboard,” where you can not only chop with ease, you can separate what you’ve chopped with ease into laid-in bowls. Then when they’re full, just lift em out and pour em. Such a brilliant little thing!

This whole board is made of carbonized bambo, an “eco-friendly” type of situation for your home. I know you love that sort of stuff. This is the FUTURE. Save the whales while chopping the carrots!

Then the boals are white colored malamine which is mold resistant and non-porous. As you can see, they just sit in the board, removable for easy cleaning of everything by itself.

Chop chop chop!

Organize, organize, organize.

Designer: Kain Lucas of Ute Australian Design [ Buy it Here, Bowlboard is available for $69.00 @ YD Store ]


Bowlboard is available for $69.00 @ YD Store



  • Fingers says:

    Lovely, simple, beautiful. Like the use of bamboo.

  • kitten says:

    Natural bamboo seems like a better choice for a cutting board. Bamboo is a naturally strong wood which holds up well against the wear and tear of chopping.
    Carbonized bamboo may sound stronger but is actually weaker than unprocessed bamboo. Carbonized bamboo has been heat-treated to caramelize the natural sugars resulting in a lovely amber color and a softer wood. It is commonly used as a flooring material and is not recommended for high-traffic areas due to this loss of strength.

    I like the recessed bowls. I would like to have complete holes through the board. This would allow the board to be flipped over when desired and prevent water, food, and grime from remaining in the crevices.

    For the most part a nice idea.

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