Cheese & Charcuterie Boards From Sawmill Waste

Cheese & Charcuterie Boards From Sawmill Waste

One of the byproducts of sawing logs is the half round slab that is removed in the process of squaring up the log. These are typically cut into firewood, chipped, or burned. I set aside a few chunks that I was carrying to the fireplace that looked a little too beautiful to burn and transformed them into these serving trays. This is a really quick project that would make a great gift.


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  • Bob Davis
    Posted at 23:46h, 23 August Reply

    Was watching utube on tv and stumbled on your videos. We have spent the whole afternoon watching you. We used to watch this old house and Norm Abrams all the time. I think you are the new Norm. Very impressed with all you do. JR’s bed turned out beautiful. Keep going kid, you are fantastic. Love you show.

  • Matt Cremona | Making a Batch of Charcuterie Boards from Firewood
    Posted at 23:22h, 22 December Reply

    […] a year ago, I made a few serving boards from some sawmill scraps that were in my firewood pile. This year I wanted to make a bunch more for […]

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