I am making a cutting board to replace an under the counter style pull out board 3/4” thick 24×13 5/8. My plan was to make it out of maple, purpleheart, and walnut side grain strips laminated together with tight-bond 3. I was going to attach breadboard style ends made from purpleheart. I have never done breadboard ends before and I was wondering if anyone had any advice. I was going to make the groove in the board 1/4” centered 1/2” deep, and a matching tongue on the purpleheart end. Since the board is seriously laminated (over 15 glue joints) I am not really worried about things moving..so should I glue it together?..pin it with dowels?..I am leaning twords gluing it all and pinning it with dowels just for the aesthetics. Also do you stop the grove so you don’t see the joint from the edge? Anyone?...Anyone?...Bueller?