For some of us, homemade biscuits don’t make it to the table nearly often enough. But perhaps these delicacies are a more regular supplement to your meals all year-round. And if your typical procedure for cutting them out is to use a glass, Joe Larese’s turned Biscuit Cutter might offer a more durable and equally useful solution. It’s our AAW feature project in this issue. A knob on one end makes the cutter easy to hold, and its thin-walled interior cuts and releases the dough cleanly. I’ll bet these are fun to make, and they’ll be even more fun to give away if there are some fresh-baked rewards to follow. Want more biscuits? Then why not head to the shop and give Joe’s plan a spin on your lathe sometime soon!
Chris Marshall, Woodworker’s Journal
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