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Found these at a local repurpose store. They are drawer rejects from Kraftmaid & the person had one job, cut the slot for the bottom of the drawer. Measures 7.25" x 22" unfinished maple. For $1.50 each they were hard to pass up I cut off the dove tails & the mistake and that left me with a 6" x 20.5" board. Set up a jig in my drill press and drilled a 1/4" hole 3.5" deep. Realized after the first hole that it doesn't matter how long the bit is, the travel on the drill press is still only 3". Finish that with a hand drill. Cut a tapered slot on the table saw to accept a cheese slicer. Soften the edges with a round over bit & routed an area were you can put some crackers or olives. A butcher block finish was applied Rubber feet and hardware installed. These had some knots I needed to remove.