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San Jamar CB1451912LSTRRD Red 19 x 14.5" Cutting Board F/ Sliders

Item #: 110768

Model #: CB1451912LSTRRD Manufacturer: San Jamar

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San Jamar CB1451912LSTRRD Red 19 x 14.5" Cutting Board F/ Sliders


This 19" x 14-1/2" red cutting board from San Jamar® features 12 holes with a 3-1/2" diameter. It allows you to make the perfect size sliders every time!
  • Model #: CB1451912LSTRRD
  • Color: Red
  • 12 Holes
  • Each Hole Is 3-1/2" In Diameter
  • Use With 3-1/2" Cut Out (Item 6000253)
  • Length: 19"
  • Width: 14-1/2"
  • Height: 1/2"
Product Name San Jamar CB1451912LSTRRD Red 19 x 14.5" Cutting Board F/ Sliders
Product ID 110768
Manufacturer Name San Jamar
Model Number CB1451912LSTRRD
Length 14.3 in
Width 18.5 in
Height 0.5 in
Weight 2.75 lb
Cross Reference ID 110768, CB1451912LSTRRD
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Country Of Origin United States 
Brand Name San Jamar® 
Color Red 
Mfg Part # CB1451912LSTRRD 
         
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By: Mona218
From: Council Bluffs, IA
Apr 23, 2012
Question:

How does this work? I'm am looking to make mini burgers and buns for our kids' menu and wondering if this would help make them a consistant size.????

Answer:

Basically you set the meat on top of the board and use the circle to press the meat through.

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