Q: We have a small urban kitchen, with not nearly enough counter space. Often, kitchen preparations spill over onto the dining room table, which is actually much larger and better suited for rolling out dough, etc. Rather than ruin the cheap stained veneer leaf table I currently have, I'd love to have a dining room table that can truly function as an occasional prep table. Any idea where to find a good, rustic, end-grain butcher block dining table that can hold up to knife abuse, dough, and other kitchen activities?
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