NEW: Oregon Charcuterie Boards
These handmade, one of a kind Charcuterie boards have been crafted from old growth Oregon from North West American forests. It was brought over as ballast when New Zealand Kauri was shipped back to rebuild San Francisco after the 1906 earthquake.
We call them 'Heritage Cookware' because they are made to be used and to be passed on. Suited to every day cooking needs or treasured possession status, they are an asset to your kitchen craft. They look equaly stunning simply displayed awaiting their use as they do serving cheeses and fruits... the combination of cheese, pears, and roasted walnuts is rather nice...
Images by Greta van der Star.