Buckeye burl

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Tim K

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Two new Buckeye burl blanks, stabilized and cast.
 

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Janster

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........that pair is so pretty that you could beat a full house! BUT, that won't work at my house. Beautiful!......Be well..........Jan
 

Tim K

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Jim,

No I didn't do the finial on this one, I wish I had.....

Here's another.....
 

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Jim Burr

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Once you do one, the are easy!!! The hardest part is getting the metal one out...after that it gets simple. Nice new one!!!
 

Tim K

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I would say your going to be very busy, I would like to see them once your done....
 

joefyffe

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Very nice, I love the color of buckeye burl, I just bought 300 off eBay,and ordered 4 gallons of cactus juice, so ill be busy, I have already dried them on my BGE for 24 hours,:cool:

Neil: I'm not totally clear on BGE. Is that the "Big Green Egg" (found this doing a google) ? If so, do you mind stating which one and what temp for 24 hrs. I usually use a toaster oven. Are there any advantages either way? Some of this is new to me! :redface: Thanks in advance!
 

Neil

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I use my large BGE (big green egg) at 200 for 24 hours. It's perfect because I fill it with charcoal and it holds temps for a minimum of 24 hours without touching it. What's nice is I can do 200 blanks atw once. Oh did I mention the food off the egg is Incredible here is A few things we do on the egg pulled pork,steaks,smoked cheese,soups,pies,burgers, oh well I can go on forever, we have 4 of the eggs, so yes we do a lot of grilling :)
 
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