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"Typhoon" brand cutting board

A Train Jun 7, 2008 08:38 AM

I recently bought a good-sized end grain cutting board made by a company called "Typhoon". Had never heard of the brand, and I don't get much other than Amazon listings out of google. Don't see anything on this board either.

I bought it anyway. It had a few cracks in the circular wooden legs so the store knocked quite a few bucks off -- I've since oiled it up and any imperfections all but disappeared.

Still curious though: anyone know this brand and/or had experience with it?

I've attached a photo from amazon, though mine is rectangular.


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  1. Robin Joy RE: A Train Jun 10, 2008 01:21 AM

    Widely available here in the UK. Everything you need to prepare and serve far-eastern chow without breaking the bank. I've got a wok and a stainless steel cleaver along with a couple of serving dishes.

    Just checked this site and it looks like they produce all sorts of stuff:


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      MadMacStew RE: A Train Jun 11, 2008 12:02 AM

      I've used one for about five years, excellent quality and the rubber-tipped legs keep it nicely stable when cutting.

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        A Train RE: MadMacStew Jun 18, 2008 07:22 PM

        Good to know! I'm pretty happy with mine so far.

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