Chopping Block Giveaway – McClure Tables {Closed}

*Note: This Giveaway is closed. Winner was chosen via Congratulations to Commenter #130, Karen Nielsen! 

McClure Tables is giving away a beautiful 12×18 inch butcher block cutting board!

McClure Cutting Board Giveaway

I have a wonderful giveaway to share with you all today! Imagine my excitement when McClure Tables (located right here in West Michigan!) offered to send me my very own fancy butcher block cutting board, and also asked me to give one away to one of my readers! McClure Tables is best known for their shuffleboard tables, but they also produce high quality butcher block counter tops, chopping blocks and cutting boards. I’ve only had my cutting board for a little over a week, but I already love it. When not in use, it looks so good just hanging out on my counter, and when it is in use, I absolutely love chopping on it. The only downside is that after browsing around their website awhile, I now want to re-do all my countertops with butcher block! 🙂

McClure Cutting Board Giveaway

McClure Tables kindly sent over some facts about their cutting boards:

  • Solid Hard maple wood cutting board with natural oil finish
  • 2 flat surfaces for chopping, slicing, cutting, dicing and more
  • Great alternative to plastic and easier on the knifes
  • Won’t harbor bacteria
  • Their kitchen products are considered eco-friendly since they recycle leftover wood from the shuffleboards and countertops to make the chopping blocks and cutting boards.

McClure Cutting Board Giveaway

And, as a side benefit, it also works great as a photo backdrop! 🙂


Enter to win a 12×18 inch butcher block cutting board!  To enter, leave a comment on this post letting me know the first thing you would chop on your new cutting board. (*Note: if you are reading this in your email or in a reader, you need to click over to the actual blog post and leave a comment there to enter). For an extra entry, “like” McClure Tables on Facebook, and leave a separate comment letting me know. Giveaway ends Sunday, September 28th at midnight. Good luck!!

*McClure tables provided me with a cutting board. I was not compensated in any other way, and all opinions are my own. For more information, like McClure Tables on Facebook, follow on Twitter, or see what they’re pinning on Pinterest!

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  1. The first thing I’d chop is some peppers- my CSA box has been full of them the past few weeks!

  2. I would chop veggies for my kids…carrots and red peppers are their favorites.

  3. I would chop butternut squash! I love the flavor this time of year.

  4. I would chop veggies to make a stir fry. 🙂

  5. If I was lucky enough to win this beautiful cutting board the first thing I would cut is the onions and peppers for the Slow Cooker Stuffed Pepper Soup recipe that I am so excited to make 🙂

  6. The first thing I’d chop would be some veggies to throw out on my grill in this beautiful fall weather!

  7. I like McClue Tables on facebook!

  8. I would LOVE this cutting board! The first thing I would chop would be some nice vegetables for a vegetable beef soup; perfect for Fall 🙂

  9. I would chop up some veggies for a stir fry!

  10. I think I would chop all these apples I picked!

  11. I would be cutting up onions and peppers, my fav!

  12. During the cold months I make 1 soup a week. I would use it to chop my soup veggies (onions, carrots, celery & potatoes)!

  13. I would be chopping fresh poblano peppers from my garden to make your chipotle turkey chili 🙂

  14. I would cut up some chicken and veggies for a stir fry.

  15. The first thing I would chop would be chocolate to make chocolate chunk cookies!!

  16. The first thing I would chop is veggies for dinner.

  17. I would chop my fresh peppers from my Garden !

  18. My wife and I love making soups and salads. A big salad would be first! 🙂

  19. ps – I liked McClure Tables on FB!

  20. Pumpkin! I can already taste the fresh from the oven pumpkin pie. 🙂

  21. I would chop my garden fresh tomatoes to prep for freezing!

  22. I would love to use it to make salads, chop up fresh basil, or to mince garlic! We are moving to nearly all fresh ingredients in our house (and have in fact already started the move) so we go through a lot of cutting boards, and a good quality one would be great!

  23. Wood is the best, preferred over plastic!

  24. Some fresh veggies!

  25. The first things I would chop on my new board would be everything for chicken fajitas, my favorite meal: onions, several colored peppers, fresh garlic, cilantro, jalepino, lime, and chicken. My mouth is watering already!!

  26. I would chop veggies for Seafood Gumbo!!!

  27. The first thing I would chop is apples for apple crisp for my guys!

  28. I would chop up some herbs and veggies.

  29. It is getting cold, ready to make some soups! Would love this for all the fresh veggies for my veggie soup and chicken n veggie soup!

  30. The first thing? Some peaches to make a cobbler. They are wonderfully in season right now!

  31. I would use it to chop up some cauliflower and cheddar cheese for my new favorite fall soup!

  32. I liked McClure tables on facebook (tammigirl / tammi velez)

  33. Apples and squash and onions for a curried fall soup!

  34. Liked McClure tables too! I want butcher block counters now too! Oh to be able to do a kitchen makeover!

  35. The first thing I would chop would be FRESH PECANS for a good ol’ fashioned PECAN PIE….YIKES…now I’m hungry!

  36. What a beautiful looking board. I think I would chop up parsley and rosemary.

  37. I’d cut up fresh fruits & veggies to puree for my 6 month old’s baby food!

  38. Liked McClure Tables on Facebook, too! 🙂

  39. Oh my gosh, I just went to their website. I would love to have counter tops in butcher block. So pretty.

  40. I would use it to chop all kinds if veggies to make a wonderful salad!!

  41. I would chop veggies on the beautiful cutting board!

  42. I would chop onions . I add onions to everything(except desserts)

  43. I would chop onions to go into the soup I want to make. I am in bad need of a board because my 40 year old board split right down the middle this summer.

  44. The first thing I’d chop is some veggies for an after school snack for my kids.

  45. Pretty sure the first thing I would chop would be a piece of chunk cheese – it’s AWFUL popular in our house 😀 Thanks, Megan!

  46. So beautiful! After admiring it for a really long time and being afraid to “ruin” it by using it 🙂 I think I’d chop up some veggies for a pizza and then slice some mozzarella as well.

  47. I “liked” McClure Tables. 🙂

  48. The first thing I would chop would be apples for a pie!

  49. I’d definitely chop some veggies and cube some chicken for a pizza. Thanks for a chance to win!

  50. I would cut some herbs, Swiss chard, and kale for a delicious stir fry.

  51. So beautiful! We LOVE tacos, so my husband would be chopping lettuce & tomoatoes. Good luck all!

  52. I cook alot and use fresh vegetables and herbs every day. I would love this amazing board. And it is beautiful! A bonus!

  53. I typically use multiple cutting boards each day, but if I received this beautiful chopping block, the first thing I would chop a big ol’ sugar pie pumpkin! I love making my own pumpkin puree. 🙂

  54. I have liked McClure Tables on Facebook. 🙂

  55. It is soup season so I would start chopping veggies.

  56. The first thing I would chop, would be some peaches for a peach cobbler 🙂 YUM!! Thanks!

  57. I would chop veggies for my 1st soup of the fall season

  58. I have just harvested a truckload of cushaw & spaghetti squash, so I’m sure the first thing I’d chop is a squash! 🙂

  59. Its still warm here in California so I would be chopping tomatoes, garlic, onions, habeneros, cilantro, all fresh from the garden for a hot salsa.

  60. Apples, its the season what lovely cutting boards!

  61. Probably some apples for my little toddler!!

  62. Wow! Between a new Honeycrip Apple or carrots for lunch I think this would get plenty of use in my kitchen.

  63. I would chop my Jersey fresh tomatoes from my garden to make fresh salsa. Yum!

  64. The first thing I would chop would be some apples!! I am always cutting up some for my kids!

  65. No doubt it would be squash and zucchini

  66. I would chop up everything I need for my homemade chicken enchiladas!!

  67. I also liked McClure Tables on Facebook!

  68. I would chop onions and green bellpeppers on it first.

  69. I would love a great cutting board like this! Got my fingers crossed X. (Food even tastes better when their cut on a nice cutting board, don’t they?)

  70. I will chop a bunch of fresh veggies to make a delicious healthy meal.

  71. I liked McClure Tables on Facebook.

  72. being fall, i would probably chop some apples first 🙂

  73. I would probably chopped nuts and dried fruit.

  74. I have also LIKED on Facebook

  75. I would cut some onions and have very watery eyes! 🙂

  76. Apples for some lovely applecrisp! 🙂

  77. “liked” McClure Tables on Facebook 😉

  78. I would slice up watermelon from our garden. My 6-year old son wanted to try to grow these this summer and he took very good care of his 2 plants and ended up with 5 watermelon which are so sweet and delicious! I was hesitant that they wouldn’t work, but my son had all the faith in the world. It was so nice to see this.

  79. I would love to cut up some onions and peppers!

  80. I also “liked” McClure Tables on facebook!

  81. I would love this beautiful cutting board and would be chopping some fresh parsley from my garden ASAP.

  82. I would slice up some fresh picked apples for an apple pie.

  83. Apples!

  84. I have just the right kitchen for that cutting board on have the perfect knifes to cut on it. Oh and all the fresh veggies from the garden to cut. Love it!

  85. hmm probably bell peppers. We’ve been going through bell peppers like gangbusters over here. And then some smoked sausage, onion, zucchini, and red potatoes and make a skillet dish. yum

  86. The first thing I would chop is a lot of fresh vegetables.

  87. Fresh herbs and peppers! What a gorgeous cutting board!

  88. The McClure Tables besides being beautiful are functional and a great addition to have to cut, chop & mince — and it looks good just having it on the counter.

  89. Fresh tomatoes that are still in my garden along with my cukes and banana peppers!

  90. Liked McClure Tables Website–it’s really nice.

  91. I have liked McClure Tables on Facebook. 🙂

  92. I am going to chop whatever vegetables I have on hand and make garbage soup!! 🙂

  93. I would chop an onion so I could cry with joy at my new cutting board.

  94. Onions I am sure. I always seem to be in need of chopped/diced onions.

  95. I would chop veggies for gazpacho, mmm

  96. The first things Id cut on it…probably apples, I need to make Apple Cinnamon Pancakes again!

  97. I would chop celery and carrots for my lunches as well as snacks.

  98. I’ll probably first use it to chop veggies to throw into a salad. We eat a lot of salad!

  99. I liked McClure a Tables on Facebook.

  100. I will likely use it first to cut up lettuce, tomatoes and cukes or other veggies for a salad

  101. That is easy I want to make some homemade chicken pot pies for my freezer – so it would be onions, celery and carrots.

  102. I liked McClure a Tables on Facebook

  103. I’d chop cabbage! We are so looking forward to fall and cabbage stews. Yum!

  104. Veggies for roasting – potatoes, onion, pepper, squash!

  105. I would chop some onions! Onions give everything good flavor!

  106. Cabbage. I need to finish preserving the harvest and cabbage is right at the top of the list!

  107. I would chop all the apples we picked this weekend!

  108. I would love to win! I would chop apples and pumpkins..tis the season to get those in my freezer.

  109. Definitely garlic. Because it’s what I always chop. 🙂 What a generous giveaway!

  110. I liked McClure Tables on facebook as well. 🙂

  111. Peppers and onions’

  112. I would chop up veggies for stirfry

  113. So beautiful! I think the first thing I would chop is some tomatoes, onions, chilies and cilantro to make a salsa. Thanks for the giveaway 🙂

  114. Walnuts for pumpkin muffins! Tis the fall season.

  115. EVERYTHING! My husband would love this cutting board. It would get a lot of use at our house slicing meat, chopping veggies, making excellent Chinese food.

  116. The first thing I would chop is veggies for veg fajitas!!

  117. I liked McClure Tables on Facebook!

  118. I have no idea what I’d chop – I’d just be thrilled to do it on something so beautiful!

  119. I would chop butternut squash – because it’s fall!!!

  120. I’d chop a Fuji apple.

  121. I would love this board for chopping veggies to make baby good for my 6 month old little man.

  122. I would chop pecans for pumpkin pecan muffins with a crumb topping. 😉 A perfect start for fall mornings.

  123. I would chop a bunch of onions to freeze. I can’t seem to use fresh onions fast enough to avoid spoilage, so I chop a bunch and then freeze them. Much less expensive than buying prechopped onion!

  124. First thing I would chop would be veggies for an omelet

  125. I would chop basil from the pot on my porch.

  126. I would love to win this unique cutting board. ONE of the first things I would chop would be the ingredients for my Thanksgiving dinner. Onion, celery, herbs, mushrooms and the list goes on.
    Thanks for reading my comment.

  127. I’d chop some of my yummy garden tomatoes. They’re so good right now.

  128. I like McClure Tables on Facebook.

  129. I’d slice up some fresh garden tomatoes! I love your blog! Thanks for all the wonderful recipes!

  130. I would probably chop fresh onion first. I love using fresh onion and we put it in most things we make.

  131. Fresh veggies!

  132. Yum! I would cut the veggies for lasagna soup!

  133. The first things I would chop on my new, beautiful cutting board are carrots and green onions, that I picked from my garden, to go into a big salad.

  134. Vegetables, probably onions.

  135. I liked McClure Tables on Facebook.

  136. The first thing I would chop would probably be an onion or some tomatoes!

  137. Liked McClure Tables on Facebook as Austin Baroudi.

  138. I’d chop up some onions for some carnitas quesadillas!

  139. …aaaand I liked McClure on FB!

  140. I would chop red, green, and yellow peppers for homemade pizza on the chopping block.

  141. I would cut up some watermelon and musk melon from our garden!

  142. I would chop onions! 🙂

  143. I’m chopping lots of veggies for chili!

  144. I would chop up tons of fresh veggies for a canner full of soup for a BIG chow down for a Fall get together! 😉

  145. I need to make some more homemade chicken broth. I would use this to chop the vegetables and herbs that I will add to it for flavor.

  146. I liked McLures on facebook

  147. I would chop veggies for kabobs!

  148. I would chop up the rest of my garden zuchinni!

  149. OMG, would love to win this!

  150. Liked them on facebook

  151. I would chop apples to make apple dumplings or bread.

  152. I liked McClure’s Table of Facebook

  153. what a pretty chopping block! i’d cut apples 🙂

  154. i liked mcclure tables on facebook.

  155. I would probably chop up all my lovely veggies!

  156. I liked Mcclure Tables on Facebook!

  157. I would chop up my tomatoes and other ingredients and make more fresh salsa.

  158. I also liked McClure Tables on Facebook as DG Middendorf.

  159. Awesome giveaway and block! The first thing I would chop is tomato for my Pico de Gallo. Yum!

  160. I liked Mcclure Tables on Facebook!

  161. I need to chop up some dinner on this thing for my pretty ladies

  162. Onions and garlic for meatballs! Yum!
    That cutting block is lovely!

  163. I also liked McClure Tables on facebook.

  164. Great giveaway. So many things in mind. I’ll start with my veggie garden!

  165. Liked on Facebook.

  166. i would cut carrots

  167. I would chop onions on it. I love onions in about everything!

  168. I would love to use this to cut fresh veggies for handicapped daughter snacks and juices

  169. I would chop up some squash and onions!

  170. First thing i would chop is tomatillos and peppers from my garden. i’m getting bunches right now and need to start canning salsa verde! thanks for the chance!

  171. I would chop some onions, peppers, and tomatoes for some salsa.

  172. I like McClure Tables on Facebook.

  173. I would chop all the veggies we get at the market to pack them up to freeze

  174. Probably onions and potatoes

  175. The first thing I would chop would be tomatoes for a salad. Thank you for the wonderful giveaway.
    fairyfractal at gmail dot com

  176. I like McClure Tables on Facebook (Erin Ellis)
    fairyfractal at gmail dot com

  177. Apples for the apples scones recipe you posted!!

  178. I would chop some vegetables to make a salad to go with dinner.

  179. “like” McClure Tables on Facebook

  180. I would cut veggies for a stir fry .

  181. The first thing I would chop would be celery

  182. i would chop up some yellow squash, carrots, and broccoli. yum!

  183. i like mcClure tables on facebook

  184. I would chop onions.

  185. The first thing i would chop is jalapeno’s for my pork chop stew!!

  186. I followed on Facebook!!

  187. I make my own pizza and would be thrilled to chop the olives and green peppers for it on this chopping block!
    dahbou at gmail dot com

  188. I like McClure Tables on Facebook as Teresa Winsome.

  189. The first thing I would chop is onions and green peppers to make sauasage and peppers.

  190. Vegetables and garlic! 🙂

  191. Just picked a bushel of apples….need to make some applesauce and pie!

  192. I would chop up some onions & peppers to fry up with some sausage!

  193. I’m a McClure Tables FB fan! (Annmarie Dipasqua Weeks)

  194. Love this!! The first thing I would use the chopping block for would be to chop veggies for home madr red sauce.

  195. I follow McClure Tables on fb via Missy Marie

  196. I would chop tomatoes and green onions to make my favorite soup!

  197. I just liked McClure Tables on facebook as name: fiona nuyen
    Thank You for the chance

  198. The first thing I would cut is some great bell peppers and onions!

  199. I like McClure Tables on Facebook Stephanie Phelps

  200. first thing i would cut is onions, peppers, and tomatoes for a veggie stir fry!

  201. i like mcclure tables on facebook!

  202. I would chop a green pepper

  203. The first thing I’d cut would be some long green Chile!! Mmmm 🙂

  204. Liked McClure tables on facebook


  206. The first thing that I would chop up would be some carrots that a friend gave me. I would put them in a nice beef stew.

  207. If I won, the first thing I’d chop is some onion and garlic!

  208. First thing I’d chop is an apple for my toddler’s afternoon snack 🙂

  209. And I also like McClure Tables on Facebook.

  210. I liked McClure Tables on FB!

  211. I would chop vegetables for stir fry.

  212. I would cut up a bunch of herbs to put in my olive oil to dip my bread in..

  213. I would probably chop up a bunch of items we use for our homemade chicken stew. It’s been a while since we made it and we were just talking about making it again.

  214. I follow McClure Tables on Facebook as Andrea Hamilton.

  215. I would slice a London broil.

  216. I would chop some almonds for my almond raisin granola. This board looks beautiful!

  217. I liked McClure Tables on FB.

  218. I’d chop some veggies for a green packed stir fry!

  219. Liked McClure Tables on FB!

  220. we eat a lot of chopped salads – garden and caprese are our favorites, so I can see that being our first meal prepared on it!

  221. I would chop up pecans for pecan pie!!

  222. Cilantro – we use it on and in just about everything 🙂

  223. I would cut up fresh veggies to make a salad.

  224. I am liked McClure Tables on Facebook.

  225. I made an incredible chopped Thai salad tonight for dinner. I’d love to use this chopping block to make it again!

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