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  1. Pizza Party for a Cause

    LJ, Don Broussard put out a request for auction items for the Water for People conference in Tulsa this month. This is what I came up with. I had seen this style of pizza cutter and peel on line and thought I'd give it a try. The wood is a glued up panel of pecan that I received from William at...
  2. Big Green Egg Table - Cedar

    We built an outdoor pavilion and decided to add a Big Green Egg. Of course, I couldn't buy a table, had to make my own. I used cedar, legs from left over saw mill logs, and the other from rough cut cedar boards I bought. All in all, turned out pretty well and decided to leave unfinished and...
  3. Pizza Peel

    I made this pizza peel for some friends of mine who were dissatisfied with the store bought kind. The wood species are Sapele, Maple Ambrosia, and Padauk. The approximate dimensions are 35 (16 inches without handle being included) x 16-1/4×1/2. I used a jigsaw and a french curve to make the...
  4. Pizza Peel and Matching Pizza Cutter

    Pizza peel and matching pizza cutter in Canadian Black Walnut with cherry and Osage orange features and a brass feature in the handle.
  5. My twist of a Pizza Peel

    Here's my pizza Peel. Made from ash, walnut & cherry. 3/8" x 15" x 15" with 18" handle Thanks for looking!
  6. Pizza Peel

    Pizza peel, A little Walnut, Pecan, and Mesquite mixture. BLO finish ready to serve.
  7. Functional Kitchen decor ...... pizza peel?

    My kids and I love to make pizza together (actually more the kids than me) but the crust never comes out the way we want it. Tuns out we were using the pizza stone wrong, I understand that you are supposed to heat the stone first then put the pizza on it. In order to do this you have to have a...
  8. Pizza Peel

    My old store bought pizza peel developed a large crack a couple of months ago. I decided that it couldn't be too difficult to make (I used the old one as the template for the new one). Made from Walnut and Sapele (maybe - not sure) that I had sitting around. It was a quick project to...
  9. Cherry and Walnut Pizza Peel

    I was too nervous to officially join the last BBQ swap, but wanted to follow along and see if I could build something in the same time frame. So with some scraps laying around, I built this pizza peel. I pretty much followed Woodshaver Tony's build for his pizza peels. I used a combination of...
  10. rolling pins

    Part of a 3 day blitz to get ready projects upon a request from " The Kitchen Works" store in a nearby town by the recommendation of a lady that had seen some of my work. I added some new projects, kitchen related, two types of french rolling pins, pizza boards for serving and cutting, and a...
  11. Pizza Peel and Cheese Board

    My wife loves to make homemade pizza and was in desperate need of a pizza peel. This one is made from padauk and maple. Finished with three coats of butcher block oil. The cheese tray was made from some leftover scraps from an end grain cutting board.
  12. Pizza Peel with Curved Inlay

    My mom requested a Pizza Peel for Christmas and I thought I should build something a little different. I wanted it to be as pretty as possible while hanging on the wall since chances are she will never get around to making pizza from scratch anyway. I have seen this type of curved inlay (or...
  13. Walnut and Padauk pizza peel

    A pizza peel that was made for an anniversary gift. It's 12.25" W, and 13" L, and 1/2" thick. With the handle then it's 22" long. I finished it with Watco Butcher Block oil.
  14. 4 years in making ..... Pizza Peel

    After four years of not touching wood, I finally finished a project. The last project I posted was in 2016 and few meaningless posts in 2017, and that's it. I had a glued up cherry plank that was used more as a dog barrier than anything. So, a little time on the table saw, the band saw, a few...
  15. Holder for Pizza Peel

    A small project, but it still worth sharing! Several years ago I made a of batch pizza peels. One of those was smaller in size and was for our travel trailer. It has been stuffed in a cabinet until a few weeks ago when I made this holder. It is cut from a single piece of cherry. There is a...
  16. Soft Maple Pizza Peel

    One of my friend's bought a pizza peel on Amazon that wasn't able to go the distance. So, he asked me to build him a replacement. I decided to go with soft maple since it was a nice balance between $ and weight when compared to other domestic hardwoods. I started with 3/4" stock, and planed the...
  17. Book-matched Maple and Cherry Pizza Peel

    This Pizza Peel is 13×13 with an 8" handle, with the paddle thickness coming in at 5/16". I used Titebond 3 for all glue joints and finished with 6 coats of hand-rubbed Watco Butcher Block Oil and Finish.
  18. Large pizza peel

    I got started with woodworking in part because of pizza. I built a wood fired oven in my back yard, with no prior construction skills, which lead me to discover that I like working with my hands as a hobby, and also gave me a perverse sense of hubris (as one poster on a brick oven forum put it...
  19. Pizza Peel: Walnut, Maple, and Quartersawn Cherry

    This is a pizza peel that I just finally got around to finishing this week. I started on the project months ago for my wife and she was very patient on me getting it done. It took a lot longer than expected, but my first pizza peel is finally under my belt. This is slightly larger than most...
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