Mountain Woods crafts gourmet kitchen tools, serveware and storage solutions, and their more than thirty years of experience in designing and building these products for home kitchens is evident—their products are functional, unique and attractive. Mountain Woods chooses fine quality hardwood and bamboo material for their handsome products and carefully finishes each with a mixture of vegetable oil and mineral oil. Browse our selection of bread knives (built for right-handed and left-handed users), cutting boards with crumb trays, and baguette guide below to find a beautiful addition to your kitchen.
Mountain Woods products are a great choice for those who enjoy baking and serving homemade sandwich and artisan breads. Interested in a bread knife? We offer both fixed and adjustable versions. The adjustable serrated knife can be ordered in a right-hand or left-hand option, and is available in lovely cherry or oak wood. These unique Fiddle Bow knives will allow you to cut uniform slices of your favorite loaf up to 3/4 of an inch thick. Say you prefer thick slices of bread, and you’re hosting a friend who prefers thin slices—you can use the adjustable knife to cut several slices of each.
When you’re slicing, do you find pesky bread crumbs falling all over your countertop? Check out the cutting boards with removable crumb grates. Using these boards the crumbs fall between the grates; cleanup is easy and you need to do it much less often. Whether you’re making French bread at home or buying a loaf from the store, the baguette miter board from Mountain Woods will help you create perfectly angled, matching bread slices to serve to your family or friends at your next dinner party. The bread knife and a crumb catching cutting board make a delightful pairing!
If you have questions about Mountain Woods products please call and speak to one of our friendly, knowledgeable customer service representatives.
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