This is a new category for me … boards that are smaller than your typical counter top cutting board, but made beefier than your typical cheese board. You’re left with […]
One thing I’ve learned is that what I think a cutting board should be is not always shared by other people with less active kitchens than we have. That’s OK. […]
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Bowls are generally turned on a lathe, but there’s another technique that creates some wonderful serving pieces. These bowls have the non-bowl removed on a drill press, and then the […]
Making a box is always a challenge … six sides, all at right angles to each other, and opposite sides to be parallel. And then the hinges! My, challenges abound. […]
Cheese boards become the center piece of many fine dinners in our home. A few cheeses, some crackers, some summer salami and a few olives … exquisite. In my view, […]
Two distinct kinds of serving pieces. The first group are popularly called “surfboards” … they vaguely have a similar shape. In my opinion. But since many people have said, “they […]
Making furniture is a challenging and rewarding pursuit. When a piece gets daily use, the craftsmanship become apparent day after day. That should be a good thing!