Tequila Buffet

Discovered by:


Toni Salaet

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ASHEVILLE, N.C. – Woodworker Robert Lock imagines himself heels up on a sandy Caribbean beach toasting shots of tequila served on his creation, the TEQUILA BUFFET(tm), but the eye-catching design of the rustic serving tray is inspired by North Carolina’s Blue Ridge Mountains. The platter is handcrafted from beams of wormy chestnut salvaged from dismantled barns and homes of the southern Appalachians. Tiny holes bored by insects are common in the milled lumber of American chestnut, a tree decimated by an imported fungus a century ago. “I love the process of turning rough lumber into something beautiful,” says Lock. “I’m always amazed at what can be done with something so ordinary.”


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tsalaet OlgaGironell

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