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OnOurTable | A considered collection of locally-made goods, recipes and ideas for the kitchen. A collaboration between a chef, a product designer, and a cabinetmaker who share a passion for food, design & craft.

OnOurTable | A considered collection of locally-made goods, recipes and ideas for the kitchen. A collaboration between a chef, a product designer, and a cabinetmaker who share a passion for food, design & craft.

Inspired by Scandinavian butter knives, these wood spreaders are minimal, tactile and tablescape-ready. Carved from wild cherry, each spreader knife features the unique grain from the wood in the velvety smooth surface. Don’t be surprised if you find yourself using them often, very often—schmears, soft cheeses, butter, jams, pâté all call for a fancy spreader.

Inspired by Scandinavian butter knives, these wood spreaders are minimal, tactile and tablescape-ready. Carved from wild cherry, each spreader knife features the unique grain from the wood in the velvety smooth surface. Don’t be surprised if you find yourself using them often, very often—schmears, soft cheeses, butter, jams, pâté all call for a fancy spreader.

Guitar Shaped Cutting Board "SRV Hero" (Fender Stratocaster Inspired):  Inspired by one of my favorite guitar players (Stevie Ray Vaughn), this board was designed when you need Kitchen Double-Stops to play the Blues. These cutting boards are able to be used on both sides - meaning you can cut on the back, and serve on the front! Or, cut on the front and display your kitchen soloing skills! Like any good instrument, I say cut on both sides, and display how much you've played in your kitchen…

Guitar Shaped Cutting Board "SRV Hero" (Fender Stratocaster Inspired): Inspired by one of my favorite guitar players (Stevie Ray Vaughn), this board was designed when you need Kitchen Double-Stops to play the Blues. These cutting boards are able to be used on both sides - meaning you can cut on the back, and serve on the front! Or, cut on the front and display your kitchen soloing skills! Like any good instrument, I say cut on both sides, and display how much you've played in your kitchen…

<strong>Weekend Project:</strong> Most rolling pins hang out in a drawer until it’s time to whip up a batch of pastry, but this eye-catching beauty is meant to be seen, even when it’s not rolling out dough for tasty treats. This project includes a versatile stand that lets you choose between displaying your handiwork on the countertop and hanging it from the wall.<br />

<strong>Weekend Project:</strong> Most rolling pins hang out in a drawer until it’s time to whip up a batch of pastry, but this eye-catching beauty is meant to be seen, even when it’s not rolling out dough for tasty treats. This project includes a versatile stand that lets you choose between displaying your handiwork on the countertop and hanging it from the wall.<br />