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New storage table and Friday night pizza

BudgeezerBudgeezer Posts: 590
edited July 2012 in Baking

Well the gas grill does still come in handy, I still also use it for hot dogs. 

Friday pizza night, first pizza cotija cheese, red pepper flake, EVOO, salt, pepper.   Second pizza salsa, left over chicken thighs, a mexican cheese blend, pickled jalepenos, carmelized onions, EVOO, salt, pepper.  Third pizza, BBQ sauce, left over burnt ends, cheddar cheese, spicy pickles, EVOO, salt pepper.  Last pizza is always the garbage pizza whatever ingredients we have left.  Went with 600 degrees and pretty happy with the results.

Edina, MN


  • Rich_ieRich_ie Posts: 268
    What's that in the 1st pix? I think I've seen something like that before.  =)) Your pizzas look great. 
  •  Where did you get your Boos Block cutting board?  My kitchen island is an original Boos Block butcher block, hard maple made from 24 inch long maple planks that are about 1.25 inches thick and ranging from 3 inches to about 8 inches in width joined together by dovetails.  I restored it about 15 years ago.  It has the nice wavey surface of a block that well used back in the day.  It came out of an old meat market in Lousianna. 
  • BudgeezerBudgeezer Posts: 590
     Where did you get your Boos Block cutting board?
    Your counter tops sound nice.  I purchased a couple from : ; they offer free shipping which is a plus due to the weight of these things. The one in the picture has the juice moat on the other side it is 24x18x1.5, I also have a 24x18x2.5 which is my go to for major chopping work.
    Edina, MN

  • bob3808bob3808 Posts: 2
    Funny, my Weber looks the same way. Using it as a shelving, which I guess means it's time to settle the build or buy a table question.
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