Outdoor Furniture The Idea For This Project Came To Me While I Was Helping A Friend Bar B Q Hamburgers And Hot Dogs For A Little League Baseball Team That He Coached As With Most Bar B Q S There Were Two Small Side Tables Attached Those Tables Provided Only Room For The Food That Was Cooking We Still Needed Room To Place Our Sauces Utensils And Other Bar B Q Essentials
Outdoor furniture the idea for this project came to me while i was helping a friend bar b q hamburgers and hot dogs for a little league baseball team that he coached as with most bar b q s there were two small side tables attached those tables provided only room for the food that was cooking we still needed room to place our sauces utensils and other bar b q essentials is article about Magazine bookmarked by herman with ID 1532007065 was uploaded on 24-02-2019 and has been viewed 232,527 times.
Serving Cart It became obvious that we needed a serving cart.One of those fancy dining room tea wagons would be ideal, but would have to be adapted for outdoors as it would take a fair amount of abuse from the weather.
It would also need to be designed so that the wheels would be large enough to roll easily across many different surfaces.This serving cart provides ample room for all of the things that you will need when you are preparing your food.
It also provides a very convenient method of getting the prepared food to the table.There is a lower table for even more carrying capability.A condiment rack is built on the top tray to hold bottles of sauces and relishes needed both at the Bar-B-Q and the table.
The rack also holds bottles, so it can easily be used as a portable bar for deck parties.Since most of this project is built with 1 1/2" wide material, I salvaged all the boards from my pile of ash and birch.
The serving cart is constructed using very simple b*tt joints.The majority of joints are secured with glue and screws.Other than a lathe to turn the wheels, you don't need any...