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butch′er block`


n.
a slab of wood formed by bonding or gluing together thick laminated strips of wood in alternating light and dark shades.
[1835–45]
butch′er-block`, adj.
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Noun1.butcher block - a thick wooden slab formed by bonding together thick laminated strips of unpainted hardwood
slab - block consisting of a thick piece of something
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$875 for the large Big Green Egg (other sizes available and prices vary) at The Butcher's Block, 3242 17th St., (941) 955-2822, butchersblocksarasota.com
The events will start next month with a Butcher's Block evening in conjunction with local firm Edwards of Conwy on March 7.
The bespoke kitchen has space for a range cooker and it is fitted with wall and base units, with butcher's block and granite worktops, and island with Belfast sink.
There are currently four Bar + Block restaurants across the UK - in London Kings Cross, Birmingham, Bath, and Whitley in Hampshire, offering informal all-day dining and a 'Butcher's Block' of rotating specials and an extensive drinks list.
So the new kid on your butcher's block should really be goat.
"A butcher's block is in full view (in the shop) and the counter is fabulously presented with a variety of presentation techniques," added Rachel.
Those who prefer international tastes can enjoy authentic Saj and shawarma stations, Chinese live wok and live sushi and sashimi counters together with pasta corner, a butcher's block carvery and a dedicated healthy juices station.
To be fair, I don't know if Munchkin was destined for wool production or the butcher's block, but for the sake of argument I postulate the latter, being the fate of thousands of lambs.
The chain prides itself on the quality of the meat, tracing it from source to the butcher's block. Using 30-day aged British beef its ribeye, fillet and sirloin is second to none.
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For the main course, diners move to The Rib Room for the restaurant's signature 'Butcher's Block', which features a sharing platter of tenderloin steak, lamb cutlet, short ribs and mini burgers, paired with select grape, and served on a traditional wooden chopping block.
IT'S bull speed ahead to safety tomorrow as Benjy the gay bull is spared the butcher's block and makes his journey to an animal sanctuary in England.