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A very good friend in Canada made me this awesome oak/bamboo jerky cutting board. Its double sided for 2 thickness cutting.


Jerky cutting board



Side shot



Thank you very much my friend.

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post #3 of 27

Hey that looks pretty cool!

post #4 of 27

Nice!!!---The fact that it's got Bamboo in it makes it really Extra Cool !!!!


From here, it looks looks like Pine rails, Oak stiles, and a Bamboo panel---Awesome!




post #5 of 27

Nice looking board - must be a great friend

post #6 of 27

You know your stuff there Bear !!!!!

post #7 of 27

Very nice work done there.


Would be nice just to have a wood cutting board. lol

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post #9 of 27

That's a real work of art, Rick. Excellent.

post #10 of 27

Looks great! Nice friend!  I bet you had to pay him in snacks! hahaha

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beercheer.gif to good friends

post #12 of 27

Looks very nice..


Would you be kind enough to show or tell how it works???


Have a great day!!





post #13 of 27
Originally Posted by fpnmf View Post

Looks very nice..


Would you be kind enough to show or tell how it works???


Have a great day!!





I think it works just like the jerky boards you can buy,  you just put your piece of meat on it and run the knife along the edges.  You can flip to each side for different thickness. 


post #14 of 27

Very nice. I'm not real clear on how it works though. How about a demo?

post #15 of 27

nice jerky board. Would like to have a friend like that... I dont know squat about wood............. I'm a metal head.........welder.gif



post #16 of 27
Thread Starter 

The jerky boad was rubbed down with 3 rubs of butcher block oil and has dried.


Here is the 2 different thickness of the sides. Left is 3/8" and right is 1/4"



Lastnight oi mixed up 3 lbs of 80/20 gb jerky. You can also use this board for cutting whole muscle jerky.


Today i am going to roll out the GB jerky.


Cut some parchment for the bottom.



Smooshed out some gbj



Put some water on my rolling pin so the gbj dont stick and rolled it flat.




Next used my pizza cutter to make into slices.








Got a frogmat ready.



Slices on frogmat.






3 pounds gave me 4 racks of gbj ready to smoke.




While you get your AMZNPS going open up a beer,














post #17 of 27

Thanks NEPAS!!!!!


I never thought of shaping ground beef jerky that way!!!!!


All I knew was the running of the knife down the sides to cut whole meat jerky to thickness.   That's Great !!!




Thanks Buddy!



post #18 of 27

That's cool,biggrin.gif Now, something else to wish for cool.gif,I'm doing good , my list grows......wife.gif   Oppsss icon_rolleyes.gif

post #19 of 27

Thanks Nepas. That does a nice job on the ground meat. Post some pics when you do whole muscle so we can see how that's done on that contraption.

post #20 of 27

way cool, see there is another use for wood

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