Calling all you fellow cutting board nuts..
I was wondering..I have seen allot of really cool cutting board designs guys have been creating, like the zig zag styles, but to do these it requires gluing end grain to end grain. I have seen guys supplement the joint with biscuits, or applying watered down glue to lessen absorption, but I am not convinced any of these will hold up to day to day use and abuse of a board. I did a zig zag board once, and I gave it away as a gift. I have recently heard that some of the joints are separating near the edge, so I was wondering what everyone elses techniques/experiences/successes/failures have been with gluing up cutting boards that involve end grain glued to end grain?