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kmealy

Shaker-ish spice cabinet

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I guess it's good Karma because I had to leave my last one when we sold the house because I was afraid the paint behind was damaged.

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you definitely do good/nice work....

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In deference to my buddy, they are in alphabetical order :D

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8 minutes ago, kmealy said:

In deference to my buddy, they are in alphabetical order :D

Took me a few seconds to figure that one out! :lol: Can you find what you need in 14 seconds?

John

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Mighty fine work Keith!

Good to know you can find your spices in <14 seconds:P

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57 minutes ago, HARO50 said:

Took me a few seconds to figure that one out! :lol: Can you find what you need in 14 seconds?

John

 

I think I'd fail his test, though, they are not all the same brand and in the same size jars.:huh:

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1 hour ago, kmealy said:

In deference to my buddy, they are in alphabetical order :D

 

do the same thing here

KISS/MISS...

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That is a really nice Spice Cabinet

Great Job!!

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I completely love that cabinet Keith. If you ever have to move and or find another home for it, I got space for it in my home. The color, the design, it looks like a wonderfully crafted rich piece of history to me, absolutely beautiful!

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Nice cabinet.

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That really is nice.   Good thing i never planned one of those for SWMBO.   She's got so much sh....spice i wouldn't have space for them all. :o

 

And no, that's not a reference to Dune.  :P

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I do the cooking in my house.   As a college friend who was completing his PhD in chemistry, "Cooking is just applied chemistry."

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9 hours ago, kmealy said:

 "Cooking is just applied chemistry."

Well, that explains my lack of culinary skills. On my last chemistry project, something went "BANG" that shouldn't have! :blush:

John

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4 hours ago, HARO50 said:

Well, that explains my lack of culinary skills. On my last chemistry project, something went "BANG" that shouldn't have! :blush:

John

In HS chemistry, we built a hydrogen generator one day.   The flask had a tube that ended under water and would send out bubbles.   The teacher said, oh watch, if you hold a match at the bubbles, you get a little pop...pop.. pop.   He did this and BANG, the flame backed up the tube to the flask, blew the top off and smashed out the overhead fluorescent lights.    End of lab today, students.

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10 hours ago, kmealy said:

In HS chemistry, we built a hydrogen generator one day.   The flask had a tube that ended under water and would send out bubbles.   The teacher said, oh watch, if you hold a match at the bubbles, you get a little pop...pop.. pop.   He did this and BANG, the flame backed up the tube to the flask, blew the top off and smashed out the overhead fluorescent lights.    End of lab today, students.

I'll bet HE doesn't cook any more, either! :lol:

John

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1 hour ago, HARO50 said:

I'll bet HE doesn't cook any more, either! :lol:

John

He was also my geometry teacher.  Sadly passed away in 2011.   He was from Greece and the proverbial, "landed in NYC with $38 in his pocket."   Put himself through college and became a teacher, later a principal.  He had some strange expressions due to his learning English.   He always talked about angles in degrees, first minutes and second minutes.  And his way of expressing infinity or infinite series, "I be an old man, writing, writing, writing..." as he walked across the blackboard.

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