Cherry Tomato and Crab Bites

Have I mentioned my love of seafood before? Surely I have waxed poetic about crab legs at some point. I don’t want to toot my own horn but I happen to be pretty awesome at cracking crab legs. I know, I know, don’t be jealous ; ) After all you want to eat them while they’re warm, preferably dipped in a vat of melted butter and if there happens to be minced garlic in that butter even better. While the typical portion is 1 pound per person that just isn’t going to cut it with me. Oh no, there must be multiple pounds.

I’ve been known to hi jack crab legs from others plates too. I’m not proud. They’re delicious and I have zero willpower. Sadly they’re not cheap or I’d eat them everyday. BUT if you happen to be stuffing their gorgeous sweet delicate meat into divine little cherry tomatoes they go a long way and can be budget friendly -ish.

This is an absolutely elegant appetizer that you can whip together in no time at all. I will say you’ll probably want to purchase extra crab legs for snacking on while you’re making these. I go the boil my own crab legs route and pick them myself. Why go to that trouble? Have you priced jumbo lump crab meat lately?

But by all means if you find a deal on a container of fresh crab meat take the shortcut. I won’t tell and I know not everyone is a professional crab leg cracker like me ; )

Now I’m sure you’ve noticed that gorgeous cutting board in all of these photos. It’s a BOOS, the rockstar of cutting board if you ask me. It’s 17 pounds of made in America pure kitchen workhorse. BOOS has been around since 1887 so I’d say they’re experts in their field. Everyone from celebrities (you can’t watch a TV show without seeing one of their boards pop up) to regular folks like me clamber to get their hands on one of their boards. I mean just look at them, if for nothing else than they’re gorgeous, but they’re more than a pretty face!

This beautiful BOOS block FEATURES:

Hard Maple Edge Grain Construction
2 1/4″ Thick – Reversible
Hand Grips
Boos Block Cream Finish w/ Beeswax
Weight = 17 pounds

So who wants to win one? Silly question right ; )

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Disclaimer: BOOS provided me with a Boos board to review and are providing one lucky bell’alimento reader with the same. My opinions are my own. Always have been. Always will be.

 

Cherry Tomato and Crab Bites

Ingredients

  • 1 pound crab legs
  • salt/pepper
  • 12 cherry tomatoes
  • 2 tablespoons mayonnaise
  • squeeze of fresh lemon juice
  • fresh thyme - to garnish

Instructions

  1. Place a large pot of salted water onto boil. When boiling, add crab legs and cook 3-4 minutes. Drain.
  2. Cut tops of cherry tomatoes and scoop out the pulp. Sprinkle inside with salt. Invert onto a paper towel to drain.
  3. Remove crab meat from shells.
  4. Into a small bowl add: crab meat, mayonnaise, lemon juice. Season with salt/pepper. Mix to combine.
  5. Using a small spoon equally divide crab mixture between tomatoes. Top each with a small sprig of thyme.

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269 Comments

  1. 1
    Windy /

    Hard to go wrong with onion and garlic. Methinks they’d be first. 🙂

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    so many choices!! I’d have to say my usual: just an insane amount of prep work–onions, carrots, garlic, the works! I would love having a wonderful BOOS cutting board to do these things on! I <3 prep work but would <3 it even more with a Boos! 🙂

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    Boring answer, but I would probably cut an onion, because it seems like I’m always chopping onions!

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    I already follow you on Twitter 🙂

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    I already like you on Facebook…that’s how I knew to check this first thing in the morning! hehehe

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    I already follow all of your pinterest boards 🙂

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    First of all, these are so gorgeous – what a perfect appetizer!! And what would I cut first? Probably lots of fruit – my kids love fruit!

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    I already have you in my RSS…that’s how I knew right away when you posted the giveaway hah! love your blog paula!

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    Athena /

    I would cut up vegetables…beautiful board.

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    Windy /

    I follow you on twitter (windyphillips). 🙂

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    Athena /

    I follow you on Twitter.

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    Ruth /

    The first thing to cut has to be garlic because almost everything taste good with garlic.

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    Lisa W /

    Veggies, veggies, veggies! I’m a chopping machine. 🙂

  18. 21

    I absolutely looooove boos blocks! I’d cut my finger. I MEAN a vegetable!

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    Athena /

    Following on PInterest and pinned http://pinterest.com/pin/157063105724555308/

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    Summer /

    I already like you on Facebook, that’s where I heard about this contest! Boos blocks are incredible. They last a lifetime (if cared for properly, of course) and they’re not harsh on your knives. Solid, sturdy, gorgeous and American made, how could you not love them!

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    I already follow you on twitter 🙂

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    I follow you on Pinterest

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    Sarah Austin /

    I think I would cut my dad’s smoked cheese.

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    I repinned these delicious cherry tomato and crab bites

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    I like you on Facebook!

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    Just signed up to receive emails, thanks for the great giveaway 🙂

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    Sarah Austin /

    I “like” you too!

  28. 32

    a fresh cucumber 🙂

  29. 33

    Now you know crab is my all time favorite, stop teasing me darlin’. 😀 Love the cutting board…NICE!

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    MaryBeth /

    I think I would christen the board by chopping colorful veggies for a giant stir fry.

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    MaryBeth /

    Just signed up for your newsletter – already follow on Twitter and like/love you on FB

  32. 36

    I was looking at the boos block tables and kitchen islands this weekend for our new house… THIS would go nicely in there as well! 😉

    I have always wanted a boos block – since I am caramelizing onions nearly every day, I will say a sweet onion is the first thing I would use this for!

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    Clisty /

    I’d slice some sweet potatoes for roasting 🙂

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    Kristina Huppertz /

    I would have to say the first item I would cut is my fresh new spring vegetable, asparagus! I like slicing the spears thinly and making a “pasta” looking dish, but my cutting board is vastly smaller and insufficient than a Boos cutting board!!

  35. 39

    I would cut my herbs, garlic, veggies and homemade pasta on this cutting board…need one like this!

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    Sarah /

    No doubt it would be garlic and onions since I chop them almost every day.

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    Tracy /

    I’m on a baby bok choy kick, so garlic, ginger, scallions and bok choy would probably be first. Unless my asparagus is up by then.

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    Tracy /

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    vaishali /

    O.N.I.O.N.S….!!!

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    vaishali /

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    Love, love, love! These are too stinking cute! I would probably cut avocados on my cutting board because they have been making up about 80% of my diet lately!

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    vaishali /

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    susie d. /

    Probably onions. I’m always chopping onions!

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    susie d. /

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  46. 51

    I’d chop onions, tomatoes and parsley for a quick Tabbouleh!

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    I do alot of peppers, onions and garlic. So I am sure that those would be the first things.

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    I follow you on facebook and have for awhile!

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    I would cut lots of veggies up first!

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  54. 60

    SO fun!
    I would cut a loaf of homemade bread 🙂

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    Annnnd I also subscribe to your RSS, duh! 😉

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    sandyb /

    Oh, probably onions and tomato and cucumbers. Oh, what a lovely sandwich that would make:)

  60. 67

    I have a BOOS Block from Effingham, Illinois as my table top on my Galley fridge. My baking table I don’t allow cutting on that however if I had a nice board I would be cutting up some fresh veggies and preparing a dip for coffee break.

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    sandyb /

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    I would love to say that I would chop up something fancy but truth be told, it would probably be salad stuffs: tomatoes, lettuce, cucumbers, etcetc.

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    sandyb /

    I tweeted about the giveaway.

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    sandyb /

    I pinned from this page – yummy!

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    sandyb /

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  69. 76

    Gosh, first cut? I guess I’ll go with onions.

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    I would probably cut up an onion and have that be a starting point for a delicious Indian curry!

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    I’m already following your boards on Pinterest and here’s the pin I just did!
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    First cut? Onion. Because 90% of my dishes start with an onion. I love them so. 🙂

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    Pattypro /

    My first use would probably entail the fixings for a Mediterranean salad.

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    Cecilia /

    I would finely mince garlic…all day, every day. I’m now following you on pinterest and added the pin, great photos!

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    Sarah H.P. /

    I’d have to cut steaks on that cutting board!

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    Grace /

    I discovered you recently, and have been following you on Facebook. I really love Boos Cutting Boards (it’s on my wish list). I think I would have to look at it for just a little while before I actually cut anything on it!!
    But, when I was ready, I might cut up some onion for a tuna salad, and then some bakery rye bread to toast for my sandwich.
    This cutting board would be the showcase of my kitchen!!

  89. 97

    I probably would cut onion first as most of the recipes I do always have onions 🙂

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    Wow, the board is beautiful! I know I’m going to cut all kinds of veggies on it first. Gorgeous!

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    Ted Kooper /

    i would cut a big roast beef

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    laviza (eclectic gourmet) /

    I would serve my crostini w/ parm cheese and italian fig preserve! actually I would love to also use this boos piece in my guest bathroom; w/ a pretty soap and cute lil towel.

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    Oh, I love this fabulous appetizer!

    I’d cut some homemade bread if I won this gorgeous cutting board 🙂

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    Sharon T /

    I can see thinly sliced salami on that board. Gorgeous! I also like you on FB. Thanks!

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    I would be SO afraid to cut anything on that baby, but I would love to chop some beautiful fresh veggies on that baby. (but nothing juicy)

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    I’m already following you on Twitter!

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    Tweeted your giveaway!

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    Adele /

    I don’t think I could bring myself to chop anything on this beautiful board. So I would probaly use it to roll pasta dough or to knead bead.
    Thanks and sure would like to have this.

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    omg great giveaway! I follow and like you on Facebook

  115. 127

    I would love to do all of my prep work on one of these. I have always wanted one

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    Cindi /

    I love to make potato chips in the
    microwave! I would cut potatoes first
    on this lovely cutting board…
    Many thanks, Cindi

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    Cindi /

    “Tweet!”
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    Rhonda D. in southeast Missouri /

    I would cut some portabello mushrooms. What a great giveaway.
    This would be a dream come true to win this cutting board!!

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    Cindi /

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    Rhonda D. in southeast Missouri /

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    Jacqueline Wu /

    Bacon. I would slice bacon on that board. Mmm.

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    Cindi /

    Also, I follow bell’alimento’s RSS Feed
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    Rhonda D. in southeast Missouri /

    I tweeted about your giveaway!!

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    Rhonda D. in southeast Missouri /

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    Jacqueline Wu /

    Already liked on facebook

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    Jacqueline Wu /

    Already following on twitter.

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    Rhonda D. in southeast Missouri /

    I also pinned your photo to my board.

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    Jacqueline Wu /

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    Rhonda D. in southeast Missouri /

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    Rhonda D. in southeast Missouri /

    I am a happy follower of your e-mails. Thanks for the opportunity to win!!

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    Joe /

    Like you on FB

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    Gail /

    Like you on FB – wrong name on previous entry

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    Cindi /

    I follow bellalimento on Pinterest.
    Also, I pinned the “Cherry Tomato & Crab Bites”
    photo on my Pinterest…( Cindi Hoppes )
    Again, many thanks…
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    Cindi /

    I follow @bellalimento via Twitter!
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    Gail /

    Just entered to win a Boos Blaock

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    Gail /

    I’m a follower.

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    Pat R /

    I would chop vegetables for our dinner salad.

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    Pat R /

    I already follow you on email

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    Cindy R. /

    I would love a new cutting board! I have steadfastly refused to give in to a food processor, instead using good knives to slice, dice and chop. I’m pretty sure the first thing that I would cut on this handsome wooden board would be a fresh red snapper, then dicing veges to stuff it’s cavity. Yum!

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    Melissa Calvin /

    chop chocolate for ganache

  142. 154

    A nice piece of salmon; fish would look gorgeous on that board!

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    Shelly /

    I’d probably cut an onion or mince some garlic!

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    I also follow you on twitter! 🙂

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    Shelly /

    I follow you on Twitter.

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    Shelly /

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    Shelly /

    I’m an email subscriber.

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    Schmidty /

    The first thing I would chop is the cajun trio: onions, garlic, bellpeppers …for storage in the freezer.

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    Schmidty /

    I am following you on twitter @rusthawk.

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    Schmidty /

    I follow you on pinterest (rusthawk) and I pinned: http://pinterest.com/pin/225461525065236890/

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    Schmidty /

    I am one of your facebook followers (Rust Hawk).

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    Schmidty /

    I am one of your email subscribers.

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    Wendy /

    Veggies!!!!

  154. 168

    I can cut everything on it! I would love it, mine’s coming apart .

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    Allison C /

    I would cut a crusty loaf of bread because I could live off bread if my body would let me.

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    Allison C /

    I like you on FB

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    Allison C /

    I get email updates

  158. 172

    Oh this is gorgeous–I actually want to do butcher block counter tops and this boo block looks just like the counter tops I want. Anyway, I digress–knowing me I would cut up some produce on the beautiful block!

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    I follow bell’alimento on twitter via @KatiesCucina

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    I already follow you on Pinterest via @KatiesJasiewicz

  161. 176

    yummmy!!!!! these crab stuffed tomatoes looks stunning! what a great idea.

    love this cutting block! gorge

  162. 177

    Hi, Paula! I love the simple dressing on these — mayo, lemon juice, and S & P, garnished with thyme… the sea was never meant to be complicated and this dish showcases that!

    I already like you on Facebook and follow you via-email; one entry will suffice. I love reading what you have to say, and your recipes!

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    Gigi /

    Slicing a tomato to make bruschetta. Yummy!

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    Gigi /

    I follow bell’alimento on Facebook! <3

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    Audra /

    I would slice cucumbers to make a cucumber salad. yummmm.

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    Kayla T. /

    I follow on pinterest.

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    Kayla T. /

    I like bell’alimento on facebook.

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    Kayla T. /

    I would cut onions and garlic first because it seems that I put those in everything.

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    Mattie /

    I’d probably be cutting up loads of onions, we seem to go through a lot of them every day.

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    Kayla T. /

    I signed up for bell’alimento email updates.

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    Elisa B /

    Garlic! I have a thing about hand chopping garlic.

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    Elisa B /

    I like you on facebook.

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    Elisa B /

    I follow on pinterest

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    Margie /

    Veggies! 🙂

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    Patt /

    If I had a beautiful new Boos board, I would christen it with onions and garlic as my first cuts. They’re the foundation of most of my savory dishes.

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    Oh, almost definitely fruit! I cut lots of fruit up to juice, so I’d guess it’d be that.
    Thanks!

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    Stefani /

    Mangoes! I found the best mangoes at the farmers market and I’m determined to get some every Saturday

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    Stefani /

    I follow you on twitter

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    Stefani /

    Following you on Pinterest and pinned: http://pinterest.com/pin/110056784613915567/

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    Stefani /

    I like you on facebook

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    Stefani /

    I’m an email subscriber

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    Gloria /

    I’d chop up everything I could find in my fridge : ) This is gorgeous.

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    Natasha R. /

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    Natasha R. /

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    Natasha R. /

    I follow you on Pinterest.

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    Christy B. /

    Onions of course!

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    Christy B. /

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    Christy B. /

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    Christy B. /

    I follow you on Pinterest.

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    Christy B. /

    I am subscribed to the feed.

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    I don’t know which I like better…the tomatoes or the board! Beautiful to both! I tweeted!

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    Jen /

    I’m following you on twitter – j_co1.

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    Deanna /

    Carrots, onions and celery!

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    Margaret /

    Carrots! I am planning to make glazed carrots and parsnips soon… 🙂

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    Kenny /

    I’d probably cut some cabbage for corned beef this week.

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    Kenny /

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    Kenny /

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    Kenny /

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    Beautiful little tomatoes, I love that filling!! I’d say probably fruit, like apples for the kids. We eat a lot of fruit 😀

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    I follow you on Twitter

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    I subscribe by rss

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    Oh I love those blocks! I’d cut up a bunch of veggies for a french vegetable soup.

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    Already following on Twitter.

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    Janille /

    I’d cut some fresh, crunchy romaine for a nice salad 🙂

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    Lia Simpson /

    Onions for Caramelized onions with pierogis.

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    Lia Simpson /

    I liked bellalimento on Facebook.

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    Lia Simpson /

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    J Harrell /

    I already follow you on twitter!

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    J Harrell /

    I also already follow your RSS feed.

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    J Harrell /

    First thing I’d cut on that beautiful cutting board? Probably some potatoes. Chunk ’em up, toss with some herbs, oil and s&p and toss in the oven until nicely roasted.

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    TK /

    I would love to cute onions on the board. I use onions with almost everything!

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    I would chop up the veggies for my favorite roast chicken dinner.

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    Windy /

    I follow you on Pinterest. And pinned it up. 🙂 http://pinterest.com/pin/275212227198867883/

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    CC /

    veggies, especially asparagus, carrots, and cucumbers!

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    Marcia /

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    Marcia /

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    Marcia /

    I would chop onions. I love them! Is there anything better than carmelized onions?
    Gorgeous cutting board!

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    Kristen M. /

    I would chop veggies from my garden – swiss chard, beets, onions, and celery are what are now growing.

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    I subscribe to your rss feed.

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    Kristen M. /

    I follow you on twitter. (@mclanek)

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    Jules /

    Oh, boy, Paula, I can’t begin to tell you how I covet that board…

    In this house, no doubt chopping onions and garlic would be first up.

    This is a terrific giveaway! THANK YOU VERY MUCH!

    Fingers crossed!

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    Jules /

    I follow bell’alimento on TWITTER

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    Jules /

    I just RT’d the following “I just entered to win a Boos Block from @bellalimento You can enter here: http://wp.me/ppVJB-2Rb

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    Jules /

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    I would use it to make some great brushetta!

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    I follow you on pinterest and pinned something http://pinterest.com/pin/86975836523660573/

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    Alison /

    I would chop up ingredients for my favorite salsa. I also love your site and have pinned so many of your recipes.

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    Karen Lynch /

    I have been wanting to make some salsa.

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    Pamela /

    The first thing I would cut would be all sorts of veggies for My Homemade Bean and Kielbasa Soup I have been dying to make!!!! 🙂 I have been lusting over a BOOS board for years..have never saw a giveaway of one before…so excited…Thank you for the opportunity!!! 🙂

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    Pamela /

    I follow bell’alimento on Twitter!

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    Pamela /

    I just tweeted about the giveaway…https://twitter.com/#!/ScorpioGirl40

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    I “like” you on Facebook!

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    I subscribed to your email!

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    Karen Lynch /

    I follow you on pinterest and pinned a photo.

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    I like you on Facebook

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    I subscribe to your RSS feed.

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    Pamela /

    I follow you on Pinterest and pinned a photo! 🙂

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    I would LOVE a Boos Cutting Board; they are my favorite and I have wanted one for so long. I would chop fennel and leeks on it! Just found out you’ll be at the Dole Conference, too and I’m so excited to meet you!
    Have a great weekend.

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    Carmen /

    I’d chop up some vegetables for chicken fried rice.

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    Carmen /

    I follow @bellalimento on twitter (@cmouse01)

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    Carmen /

    I follow your pinterest boards and pinned an image

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    So simple and yummy, Paula! I love this!

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