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so my sister, who has a beautiful house in TX, has a set of salt and pepper grinders in her kitchen. but, when they are used and set down, they leak. spilling stray bits of salt and pepper on the counters. very sad. she texts me a picture of her grinders, currently setting in small ceramic tart dishes. "oh big brother, could you make something like this out of some nice wood" sure. send her a pic of a trial one in scrap poplar, with a square shape. hmmm....could you make it round inside and out. i think so, let me ponder it a bit. slept well, came up with a solution that does not require buying a 2-1/2" Forstner bit (that would be another $23, that's ammo money!). made a pair pretty easily this AM:
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