Oh tryptophan oh tryptophan
I can’t believe how tired I am
The juicy bird was cooked so well
That pounds of it within me dwell
And thus my eyelids drooping down
Only to open at the sound
Of offers of cake or pie
Which if I eat … I might just die
But with that thought, I choose to try
For such an end
I’d not deny
Rob Johnstone, Woodworker’s Journal
Happy Thanksgiving from all of us at Woodworker’s Journal!
Mark Luedeman’s choice of passion these days is to focus on furniture, where he enjoys experimenting with finishes, veneer and metal ornamentation.
Ernie Conover explains several traditional wood drawer slide support options that, when properly constructed, can operate just as smoothly and effectively as new metal drawer slides.
Nano-grain carbide inserts and modified tool shanks enable these woodturning tools to achieve new shear-cutting angles for optimal smoothness.
I keep my tools in an unheated portable garage. How will cold air affect them?
This reader took ideas from various pie safe plans to create an award-winning rolling pie safe that he can hide under his countertop.