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  • bearbbit commented on emilescharneck's instructable Simple Wooden Crate3 weeks ago
    Simple Wooden Crate

    Your way of building a crate is the easiest I've seen. This is the plan I'll be using for mine. Thank you!

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  • bearbbit commented on Do It Like a Boss's instructable DIY Black Cheesecake3 weeks ago
    DIY Black Cheesecake

    Right! Can't ever have too much cheese, can one? ; )

    Really nice recipe development! Another way to 'blacken' a baked good is to add black cocoa powder. It has a strong, but very good, dark chocolate taste. It can replace all of the cocoa powder in a recipe or half&half, whatever your preference is. I use it in almost all of my goodies since my family prefers a less sweet chocolate flavor. When I added it to my chocolate almond biscotti, it tasted as though it had been made with the cookie part of Oreos!

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  • bearbbit commented on JackmanWorks's instructable Reclaimed Segmented Bowl3 weeks ago
    Reclaimed Segmented Bowl

    So very, very beautiful!! I hope one day to have even a bit of your talent... And I think it's 'cousin-in-law, once removed' !!!

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  • bearbbit commented on ecotner's instructable Bookcase Storage Cubby Unit1 month ago
    Bookcase Storage Cubby Unit

    You sound a lot like me. But I've not taken any formal classes in woodworking, and I have the same problem with plans I see online; assuming we all have nice, usually expensive tools at the ready. I do have a table saw, orbital sander and jigsaw, along with drills, and other hand tools. All of a sudden, I wanted to do something with all the wood I've been collecting and I've built boxes, a crate for dog food, and a bed for said dog, all without plans. I'd like to find other sources for newbies like us that explain things a bit more and easier to understand. It's difficult to follow sometimes when you're not seeing it done in real time. The cubbie cabinet you made is beautiful. Keep up the good work and come back often to tell/show us who don't have much sawdust under their finge...see more »You sound a lot like me. But I've not taken any formal classes in woodworking, and I have the same problem with plans I see online; assuming we all have nice, usually expensive tools at the ready. I do have a table saw, orbital sander and jigsaw, along with drills, and other hand tools. All of a sudden, I wanted to do something with all the wood I've been collecting and I've built boxes, a crate for dog food, and a bed for said dog, all without plans. I'd like to find other sources for newbies like us that explain things a bit more and easier to understand. It's difficult to follow sometimes when you're not seeing it done in real time. The cubbie cabinet you made is beautiful. Keep up the good work and come back often to tell/show us who don't have much sawdust under their fingernails what else you've made.

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