New Orleans JambalayaView Instructable »
Great work. However, I remember the scene in "The Unsinkable Molly Brown" where Molly burns their fortune because it was hidden in the wood stove.
Nicely done sir.
Thanks for posting your project. I found a '78 La Pavoni on eBay. I cleaned it, replaced all gaskets and now I am learning how to make a cappuccino that I like.I'm sure that some of the stuff I removed was coffee from the last century. It had been painted red at sometime in the past. I don't know what color in was when new but it seemed like to much work in the middle of winter.
Wow, not only already on my wish list but the perfect project to feed my 4 to 5 cup habit in total coolness. Thank you for posting.
Great recipe! Well written, simple and clear. Can't wait to put these in my mouth.
I have gone through a lot of these testers of different brands. I always do a pre-test to be sure meter is working. I do this for all meters. When the things don't pass the pretest they are pitched after checking for blown fuse, bad leads or faulty batteries. I don't think I hardly ever put a contact-less tester in an outlet. I use them to check for power in ceiling box, or along a wire run. Safe practices that may save a bad shock, or my life.I carry one in my CERT bag.
You got some wicked skills. Great job!
I have tried this and the glass jar broke in heated water pan. I used 1/2 gallon jars. For those who are worried about venting, there is a tiny hole in the top of the plastic lid. Since it didn't work for me, I advanced to putting the tubing directly onto the vent hole on a pressure cooker. Heat broke the jar I had sitting in pan on floor. I added water to a hot glass surface. Duh?? Okay, second time I added water to pan on floor before I started. Heat still cracked the jar. I'm down three half gallon canning jars. Cheaper for me to buy another gallon of water for CPAP. I'm glad this worked for you. I just don't have your mojo. I am going to try to make your dog treats. My dogs have been very good and need a few treats. (Heck, I need a treat.) Have a great new year.
That's is a good idea. I was stuck on mountain passes. Maybe I'll just put a tunnel for it to go through in the back. Thanks.
What a great idea. I started a village in the 90's that I just unearthed in a move. I don't have proper space to display, but this gives me a way to put together a "mountain" village. Now, I just need to figure out how to add train service. Thanks for posting.
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I just got out my cookie press to make cookies for my family this season. I have one comment about the wax paper. You should try parchment paper. They sell it in the same aisle in the grocery store as the wax paper. I like to spinkle colored sugar on top. Your cookies look delishish.
Thanks for posting this. I want to convert a small trailer to sell at open markets. This gives me a lot to think about. Good luck in your build through the winter. I really liked my visit to Daphne's website. Great ideas. Keep us updated.
Beautiful. Excellent choice of woods. Outstanding artistry out pacing mere excellent woodworking skills. A give of love. Thank you for taking the time to share.
I remember those type of doorbells. Nice project.
Go to county/parish office and volunteer to be an election judge. You learn how elections work. You get to know(over many elections) who are the people who show up in the rain and dark; or rush in after a long day at work-- just before polling closes to excercise their duty to vote. And you have sit next to "the opposite side" all day long and learn about what they care about. I have learned those people are pretty nice guys.Our county signs up high school students as student judges so young people can roll up their sleeves and see why this country is worth fighting for.In order for our system to work, everyone needs to pitch in and work! And please remember to vote.
I can see your point. As a full fledged shade tree mechanic the fix passes my safety test. After everything it took to get it to click, I would be very happy to drive by my mechanics and ask how much it would cost to replace the belt. Mark and Bob would be able to replace both ends better than I can. So, even paying the guys to replace it and the part itself would be a bargain in the safety department. Maybe in the near future...Thank you for pointing to this safety risk.
So, you get had to get all technical? Yes, that sums it up.
Wow, I'm really glad this helped you. I didn't think this was a mass market fix.
The double stick tape replaces a thin piece of spring metal that provides tension to the catch. It compresses and then pushes back into shape. I started helping my dad work on family cars when I was four. I try to buy trucks and cars that can still be worked on by an un-trained person. I also support mechanics that help people who like to save money and do heavy lifting when I can't handle a job.Thank you for your thoughts.
Fixing a Broken Seatbelt LatchView Instructable »
Well done. Your wife may not know it, but the money just starts to leave your wallet when you buy the lathe(great lathe, by the way. I've had mine for 20 years.) Now, break to your wife that now you need, bench grinder, more chisels, pretty wood... and the list goes on!Please go buy your wife a case of beer,(or wine) and let it sink in. Let's see; bandsaw, air filter for shop, vacuum chuck, special wood-- oh, heck-- just teach her to turn and she'll start bringing you your beer while you sweep the shop and she makes great things on her lathe. Thanks for write up.
Inspirational.Thank you for sharing.
Although I have been fishing many, many years, I will add worm cups to my fishing gear this summer. I will post you a picture when I do.Where do you buy your worms? A fisherman can save a lot of money by raising their own worms. It doesn't take much to build a small worm bed. Worms around here cost $3.00 USD! You can "seed" your worm bed with left over live worms. I dump the container on top and the live ones will disappear into the bed and the others can be pushed aside and recycled by the bed. Good luck fishing this year and thank you for your tip.Tight lines.
Great job. How do you know if leather is to old to work to work with? I have a box of scraps from my late father-in-law. My wife would love a pick case. She is always losing her picks.Thank you
Thank you for your comments. I am practicing straight lines, squares, and trying to just keep practicing. I am at a loss as to how to work on the last exercise. Right now I am working on building a beehive. Maybe I could draw parts of it.I think if I were to draw the "Square Reader" again, after these exercises, I'm sure I would do better. Again, Thank you.
I shaded the square. I need to work on proportion.
This is hard. I'll give it another try later.
I used a fountain pen to ink and things got away from me.
My sister is a flamingo fan. This Chrismas I recycled three birds that had seen better days. Great fun gift>
You have done a great job putting together a special kitchen. The one thing you should be aware of is lead paint. The old hives I have from the 1980's tested positive for lead. The wear and tear of any part paint with lead base paint could somewhat be protected with a clear coating(varnish). Here in the states lead abatement is a big issue. I like your green color. Very clever recycling. As far as a source of bee hive parts in the states, find a local beekeeping club and have them ask members if they have or know of anyone who has old hive parts they don't use. But be careful--beekeeping is a lot of fun, and you might just end up being a beekeeper.
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