Ah, the last day of August is here. I have been working in my garden for one week now, cleaning and dividing hosta and perennials. It is the time of year that I look forward to dreaming of what my garden will be next year. It is a time to think about what grew well and what could have been better.
I evaluate my sun and shade areas and make changes based on what trees the neighbors have removed and planted, creating those changes in my garden. I look forward to thinking about new additions to my garden spaces for next year, and harvesting my onions, tomatoes, and herbs.
My husband was mowing the yard and asked for a small afternoon snack. So, I decided to serve some dill havarti cheese and some fresh end of the season raspberries. I have a new #bambooboard that was sent to me for review on my blog.
It is a smaller size bamboo board which is perfect for a small presentation or for bar service. And, is just the right size for slicing lemons and limes or for cutting a few stalks of celery for everyone’s favorite beverages. The board has a nice drip ridge for catching juices from citrus fruits keeping them from dripping through to the counter-top.
Bamboo is a great surface for a cutting board, as it will not dull knives like plastic cutting surfaces. This board does not have any dyes or stains and is 100 percent bamboo. The board stores easily due to the smaller size and washes easily in soap and water.
Summer is coming to an end, but this bamboo board will easily move into Fall with many more uses in entertaining.
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