|Project by Mr M's Woodshop||posted 06-19-2014 09:32 PM||2012 views||11 times favorited||5 comments|
A recent episode of Rough Cut with Tommy Mac featured a trio of household items made from left over stock from the cut off bin. One of these projects was a cheese board.
Guess what I’ve been doing?
The board is unique with a cove cut on all 4 sides which is done on the table saw. The final shape is inevitably dubbed “the surf board” here in SoCal.
I recently got some great 6/4 Walnut, so I was all set to go. I made a couple of versions; I preferred the wider version that exposed the cove cuts more fully on the “corners.” Finish, as always with me and food-ready boards, is mineral oil, and then a topcoat of 3:1 mineral oil/beeswax.
The action shot in the shop is done by Mrs M, who closely supervised the cove cuts done on an unguarded blade. She hasn’t much trusted me since that trip to the ER….
Complete photo essay is available on MowryJournal.com, here.
-- Henry Mowry, Santa Clarita, CA, http://www.MowryJournal.com