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  1. Texas
    Every once in a while we all take a break to satisfy our hunger. This is a place to talk about BBQ, cooking and anything food related. Share your favorite techniques, recipes, secrets, and tips. This thread is located in the Regional Discussions in the Texas Sub Forum but EVERYONE is welcome to...
  2. Chalkboard magnetic recipe holder

    My wife likes to cook for us and I would see her trying to prop things up or use a magnet on the fridge but it was always inconvenient. So, I made her a recipe holder that she could use magnets to hold a printed out recipe to or use a chalk marker to write her own. I stained it and sealed it...
  3. Homemade bread slicer 2 versions

    My wife was making bread for my daughters lunches and needed a quick and easy way to cut the loaf into even slices so I came up with this design. I assembled the pieces of oak with screws and cover them up with dowels that were sanded flush. I had to cut the slots in the guide sides with a...
  4. Oak Trivet

    Simple yet stylish oak trivet. http://www.pangadesign.com/Product-13967/Panga-Design-Collection-for-the-kitchen.--Beautiful-designer-kitchen-kit-from-Panga.--Buy-huge-chopping-boards,-accessories-and-serving-dishes./Accessories/Oak-Trivet
  5. Let's eat!

    I love cooking as much as I enjoy eating. I made these kabob skewers yesterday, and got to try them out today. I'm not psychic, but I predict more of these in my future. I remember seeing people in Thailand cooking chicken satay skewed on 3 sticks, and got to thinking. This is what I've come up...
  6. Nether Edge Farmers Market Summer 2011

    Just an update on how the stall looked this weekend. . . . in situ! Was a great day for sales and a few ostrich burgers to boot! Thanks to all for their fab feedback on the stall & products :) More images on my Facebook page here: http://www.facebook.com/pangadesign and remember to LIKE the...
  7. Apple-tree handles for cooking accessory

    This is my first woodturning project - unpleasant black plastic handles was replaces by apple-tree with beautiful texture and finished with Danish oil. All works was done using DIY lathe based on drill and drill stand. I have described this construction here.
  8. 65mm End Grain Chopping Board / Butchers Block

    This board has been carefully hand-crafted using reclaimed and locally sourced Ash, Beech and Sapele. It is made with waterproof, food safe glue and is a minimum of 65mm thick to provide strength and durability for everyday use. It is finished with a mixture of food grade mineral oil and natural...
  9. 45mm End Grain Chopping Board / Butchers Block

    Most wooden chopping boards are made from long grain timbers. Whilst species dependent, long grain tends to be hard and close knit. The surface is subject to marking and scoring and will quickly blunt the keenest knife edge. End grain, on the other hand, will open to allow the knife to penetrate...
  10. Boxelder and Spalted Maple Salt Cellar

    This is a salt cellar made of boxelder and spalted maple. I have made several of these items and this one by far is my favorite. All of my salt cellars use a stainless steel screw to secure the lid and and smooth rounded bottom to insure that no salt grains get trapped in the corners. Enjoy!
  11. Cutting Boards

    These are wood whisperer inspired Cutting boards I made with purple heart and maple. Various sizes and designs. It's very interesting to make different designs with slight variations. These will be gifts for family. I used my new LN bevel up smoother to flatten them out in between glue ups. Very...
  12. Matched set end grain island top and cutting board

    This was alot of work but worth it. Mahogany, black walnut, spalted Maple, (non spalted) white Maple, and some ipe. My first sale on Etsy, shipped this morning to it's new home in California, and then out to sea on a fully restored 1960 something 46' yacht.
  13. Tortilla Press for Christmas, Advice wanted

    I am currently still working on this, but want some advice on hinges. What do you think would look good on this project. It is 10" X 11". Red Oak and Purple Heart. I want something to compliment the project and not look like they were just thrown on. This is for a Christmas present for my...
  14. Custom Hunting Skinning Knife Damascus Steel Atypical Deer Antler Elephant Ivory Scrimshaw Artwork

    This Custom Made Antler Handled Damascus Steel Knife was a bit of a challenge for me. The Atypical Antler set had a right handed, mostly normal looking deer antler, while the left side had a mostly straight tall "spike" antler. The customer on this shot the deer in Ohio in 2010, and found me...
  15. Cutting boards again :)

    Just completed another batch of cutting boards. - first end grain 17×13x2 maple with walnut with matching design smaller 8×13x5/8 - face grain Zebrawood
  16. End grain cutting boards

    I recently joined Techshop, a membership based workshop that includes a wood-shop along with many other creative tools. I did not have much experience with woodworking, so I looked around for some simple starter projects. I love to cook, so when I found The Wood Whisperer's cutting board...
  17. Jambalaya spoon

    I made a jambalaya spoon for my son a few years back and just noticed it has a largish chunk missing from the front of it. I think this one was walnut. So, for a little treat for him, I made another. This one, like the previous one, is 16 inches long and about 7/8 inch thick on the rest. His...
  18. Cookbook Holder

    I made 9 of these for Christmas for Family. I used a Red Oak with a cutting board finishing oil, and used a piece of plexiglass as a cover to protect the pages of the cookbook. The pattern was on that I found online for free. They turned out very nice. (If I say so myself). Getting the angle...
  19. butcher block cutting board

    My sister took care of our dog for a week, so I decided she deserved a gift. I made this cutting board to match her kitchen island (okay, I made her entire kitchen, but that's another story). It's all end grain cherry and maple. The middle photo is detail of the grain in each corner. Fun to...
  20. Salt Urn?

    Here is something I was told 'All great cooks have' - My response, not recommend, 'Wow, if I knew any great cooks…" Yea, management did not find it as funny as I did! Anyway, it is a salt holder, urn or whatever it's called. It holds Kosher salt, so the cook can add a pinch here or there. I...
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