The Flat Top Cover Board might be the next favorite thing in your kitchen. This clever product is a unique sidekick to the Flat Top that makes working in kitchens of any size more efficient - and more fun!
Flat Top Cover
If you're anything like us then the Flat Top may never leave your stove. Until now, there hasn't been a convenient way to cover the surface to prevent dust and hair from spoiling your clean Flat Top between meals. The Cover Board is custom built to cover the entire surface of your Flat Top.
A special U-shaped groove is cut into the bottom of the board to line up perfectly with the walls of the Flat Top for a secure fit.
The depth of the groove is cut to leave a 1/4" inch gap between the cooking surface of the Flat Top and the bottom of the Cover Board to make sure each side is kept clean by preventing the two surfaces from touching.
Extra Counter Space
Do you ever wish you had extra counter space when baking? With the Cover Board in place you have an extra-large work area right by the oven. You just can't ever have enough prep space, and since the Cover Board is also a competition-quality cutting board you can work right on top of it.
Flat Top Storage
Sometimes the Flat Top just isn't the right tool for the job. If you have to take the Flat Top off of the stove it can be a challenge to find an out-of-the-way place to store it. That chore just got a lot easier with the Cover Board. Now you can simply set the Flat Top anywhere on your counter and place the Cover Board on top to regain that lost prep space. Since the Cover Board is also a competition-quality cutting board you can slice and dice right on top of it.
Competition-Quality Cutting Board
We've hand-picked the finest wood craftsmen to produce the Cover Board using a combination of traditional techniques and state-of-the-art computer controlled manufacturing. Their attention to detail and state-of-the-art manufacturing is highlighted in the design of the Cover Board. The Cover Board is the perfect sidekick for any meal made on the Flat Top. You'll never know how you got by without it!
Cleaning the Cover Board
We won't pretend to give better advice in the kitchen than the Pioneer Woman herself. Here's an excellent article she wrote on how she cares for her large cutting boards. Check it out here!
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Review by Samuel C. on 7 Apr 2020review stating Great cutting board
Very happy with adding the cutting board. Nice and heavy duty with very deep wells for holding all the juices from large meats. It can be a bit difficult to clean since you can’t put it in the sink but it’s been a great prep surface and looks great sitting on the stovetop.
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Review by Zarrod331 on 3 Mar 2020review stating Steelmade is simply awesome
I am overly satisfied with my steelmade pro series cooktop. I have been eating healthier (grilled veggies). Easily cleaned, easier to cook and can cook for a lot of people at once. The cover board makes my kitchen looks awesome. If you are considering a cooktop, don't delay order today. ZB
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Q: How long should you wait before adding the wood cutting board to the top of the Steelmade griddle when hot?
A: While the Flat Top doesn't have to completely cool before adding the Cover Board you should probably wait until it's just warm enough to where you can put your hand on the steel safely. It's not likely to burn, but placing the board on the Flat Top while it's still too hot can dry the wood out artificially quick on the bottom and could lead to increased maintenance requirements or warping.