The kitchen workbench.
A large format, four centimetres thick cutting board made of hard, cross-bonded oak takes the place of an entire kitchen counter in close quarters. It measures up to any work involving the preparation or serving of food. With its material thickness of four centimetres, the Frankfurt Cutting Block can be used for beating meat thin or fileting fish. Waste, like onion skins, vegetable and meat scraps or fish bones can be quickly swept into the restaurant normed stainless steel containers. The two creators of the Frankfurt Cutting Block have demonstrated that this system can hold up under the fast-moving, often hectic routine in a commercial kitchen. One is a cook, the other a certified designer. Jointly they have invested a total of three years in the development of this block. The bracket system made of stainless steel rods is patented and can be flexibly adapted to hold containers of different sizes as single components or in a combination of them. The containers shown here must be ordered separately. A seven piece set is appropriate to keep ingredients on hold and to store kitchen knives and utensils.