Hey, wasn't sure under which heading to post this, so am doing it under "General Discussion."
This is a brand new board I ordered from John Loftis at Lone Star Artisans. It is about 2.5 to 3 inches thick and made of solid cherry. Was able to specify the dimensions and John banged it out in short order. The work is phenomenal; Beveled edges are perfect, and the seams are flawless. So far, it is just sucking down oil, but when applied, it turns a beautiful ruby red. Can't wait to put it through the paces. Never had a cherry board, so really looking forward to how they work on my edges (supposed to be very kind). PS, the board was cheaper than anything I could have bought in my area cooking stores, and the quality is just top notch. I know that Mark ordered a bunch of boards from John, so here is my vote for the work coming out of that small Texas shop! Keep at it!
PS, again, if I posted this in the wrong place, feel free to move it (if that is possible)!
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on Sun Aug 19, 2012 3:58 pm, edited 3 times in total.