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    Ice cream bowl

    My kind of ice cream bowl. A little over 11 X 2 1/2 Walnut. Flat bottom. Antique Oil but not buffed. This is the largest bowl that I have made that has made it this far. Kind of plain looking as far as shape but I'll take it. Hope you like.
    Dennis

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    Great bowl Dennis. That will hold a lot of ice cream....maybe popcorn would be better

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    Ted,

    I really like Ice Cream--- and I really like home popped corn also...

    I think both would work.. (a little on each side of the bowl may be good)

    Well done and nice bowl.. Dennis

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    Nice bowl, is that finish food safe?
    Richard "Butch" Leshner

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    Nice bowl
    Just big enough to keep my hot fudge sauce from drippin over the edge
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    Great looking bowl Dennis. Like the simple form and finish looks good.

    Richard all finishes today are food safe but most need to be cured at least 72 hrs. Then they are good to go.
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    Thanks Bernie, I try to learn something new every day, I guess now I can nap the rest of today.
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    Well done, Dennis. The finish looks great, too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bernie Weishapl View Post

    Richard all finishes today are food safe but most need to be cured at least 72 hrs. Then they are good to go.
    This good to know. I think this is the first time I've ever read of anyone saying that on here though. Maybe I just missed it.

    Dennis...bowl looks great. Well done!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Baugues View Post
    This good to know. I think this is the first time I've ever read of anyone saying that on here though. Maybe I just missed it.

    Dennis...bowl looks great. Well done!

    Tom
    Tom, here's what Bob Flexner has said about food-safe finishes:

    http://www.popularwoodworking.com/features/finish3.html

    According to Bob, unless someone is drinking the stuff straight, pretty much any finish will be food safe when cured.
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