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Customize Your Own Kitchen Cart

Fine Cooking Issue 42

At Fine Cooking, we’ve long admired the graceful beauty and sturdy construction of the butcherblock tables from John Boos & Co. Now, Professional Cutlery Direct will let you customize your own Boos work table. Beginning with a popular Boos model (a basic unit measuring 30x24x36-inches high with a 4-inch-thick maple end-grain cutting surface, two stainless-steel towel bars, and one full-sized storage shelf below), you can add a center drawer, an extra shelf for additional storage, a maple pot rack with stainless-steel hooks, commercial-grade casters, or acombination of any of the above. You can also choose stainless steel or wood for the shelves and the drawer. In fact, there are 32 possible configurations. The basic unit begins at $600; one with a drawer and pot rack will cost $927. PCD customer service representatives will walk you though your options and will quote a price based on the specifications. Because each table is built to order, it can take up to ten weeks for delivery, but the good news is that shipping will only cost you $9.99 (the tables are shipped directly from John Boos). For more information, call PCD at 800/859-6994, check out the PCD catalog, or visit the company’s web site at www. cutlery.com

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