Visit to the Big Pineapple…

As you may have read from a previous post, I had an order for some cheese boards to be sold at a farmers market at the Big Pineapple on the Sunshine Coast…

Richard and Julie came by the workshop and perused my stock and in the end there were quite a few boards ordered including a few chopping boards and some sushi boards. [17 items all up] Deb and I went up to the Grand Re-Opening to have a look [and take some pics for you to see]  That is the Big Pineapple… a tourist attraction since before I was born… or nearly… Some outside shots…  There is also an inside undercover area where Richard and Julie have their Continental Sausages [salamis] and Cheeses… so having my boards there is relevant…[they checked with the organisers first and got the OK]  That’s Richard… A new counter has been ordered and some of my boards will make it onto the counter at the front as well as decorating the back wall.. 

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Just a woodworker sharing some of the things learnt the hard way... so you don't make the same mistakes...
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2 Responses to Visit to the Big Pineapple…

  1. Pete says:

    Your boards look really good sitting there! Looks like there was a decent crowd of people, any feedback on the boards?

    Damnit I want some salami now…

  2. Bill says:

    What a top Idea, Salami and a Flash Cutting Board, now that would be good.
    Ever tried cutting the salami very thinly and then microwaving it for about a minute on paper towel, let it cool, (if you can wait that long) and it’s just like salami chips, very hard to just have one with a cold beer. (very hard to just have one cold beer then too.!)

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