Sunday, January 23, 2011

Canadian Made

When we came across Geoffrey Lilge's elegant handmade cutting boards and charcuterie platters, we remembered just why we love our Canadian neighbors to the North: they're understated, woodsy, smooth and reliable.

Lilge, a founder of the Canadian design and manufacturing firm Pure Design, recommends maple for cutting and walnut for charcuterie and cheese service. The boards range from $150-250 and can be ordered custom or purchased from a variety of design and kitchen shops.







We thought we were head-over-heels for the craftsmanship of the boards, and then we saw THE SPICE GRINDERS. Lordy, are they beautiful. Learn more here.


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