My, oh my, how times have changed!
Now, I don’t know about you, but I think this is a bit much!
My grandmother, the most amazing cook I know, would have zero use for a tool like this! But, I am sure there are those who appreciate precision and accuracy in the kitchen — far more than my abuelita ever did!
So, for those folks, I’d like to introduce The OCD Cutting Board!
OCD of course stands for “obsessive chopping and dicing”!
While I’d never buy anything like this for my kitchen, I do think it makes for an interesting gift!
Petra Hefner says
Haha, an interesting gift for my OCD friends. Let me check my list and see how many of those I’ve got. Let me go check it again, just to make sure I didn’t miss any. Well, I better go check it just one more time, just in case. Wait, have I checked that list yet? I better go check it one last time, real quick, just in case…. Um, I might have forgotten somebody; let me go check right quick. I’ll be right back, gotta go check something… 🙂
Hahahaha!! Laughing hysterically! You are brilliant! xoxoxo
That’s just hilarious Christina and Petra! No wonder Xanax sells so well!! hahahah!
Yes! And, my guess is that neither of you would have any use for this item either!
Gosh here in the Southern part of the Country we have no use for that thing. It’s a dash of this and a pinch of that……we like to “Doctor stuff up” once in a while too. Now Petra I had a really really good laugh at your comments, I was thinking if you were ocd and you really did this sort of thing in the Kitchen when would dinner ever actually end up on the table?
Diana Lovegrove says
My sister has OCD, and she really does have it so bad that she can’t do anything in the kitchen because it really would never end up on the table! Thankfully she has staff in her care home get it ready for her! As for me, I’m the complete opposite, and would have absolutely no need for this chopping board – I haven’t even got kitchen scales – just throw it all in, that’s my motto 🙂 (Maybe that’s why I’m not the world’s greatest cook….)