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    Some purdy end grain boards soon to be available in AU

    Saw some of these purdy end grain boards on a local BBQ forum. grillpro will be selling these and from the linked page it states that available wood options include Jarrah, Oak, Spotted Gum, Blackbutt, Sydney Blue Gum, and Brush Box.

    They are pretty, but wood used seem to have high janka rating with Oak being just the one exception. Is there anyone keen to try these out?










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    Are these in Australia?
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    Sexy wood work.

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    Id like a wooly butt cutting board, does he make those?

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    I think DAVE (grill pro/yoder smokers) is in Adelaide and get some craftsmen to build these for him. The thread I saw these boards was originally here.

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    I'm interested. Any idea of pricing?

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    Nope. If you find out, Jeff, let us know.

    If it is on the high side, I would be keen on importing Hinoki, Ginkgo, or Yanagi board from Japan instead.

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    I looked for ages for a good end grain in ozzy, but found none near the standard of daves boards. Just got a big maple from him, and although shipping was steep, well worth it. I would be interested in these when someone gets one as i think i need another......

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    Jimbob I got a great end grain board from a craft market in red hill, from this guy :

    http://www.craftmarkets.com.au/stall...woodcraft.aspx

    He is at other markets as well all over Victoria including weribee and hanging rock.

    Mine is black wood, which I'm not sure where it fits in the janka hardness, is plenty soft once it is oiled up.

    Schanop, those boards look awesome.

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    The Jarrah is an awesome looking board.
    Who you jivin' with that Cosmik Debris?

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