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    Chocolate Chips

    been making some chocolate chips, though i should share with yu all
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    then after the oven was full had a pile of dishes
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    Is this a contest? What do we get if we figure out what you were doing from the tools you show? Dovetailing, mortising, ploughing a groove...naw, I can't tell. I am going to have to think about this.
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    Dagone Candy Man, I thought you might have finally learned to make long transparent chocolate chips. You think That is a lot chips? I believe they are called SHAVINGS.
    BTW where are the dishes?

    Just havin' fun wid ya.

    Bruce

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    I believe that in some states you can be arrested for making chocolate chips without cookies!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Satko View Post
    Is this a contest? What do we get if we figure out what you were doing from the tools you show? Dovetailing, mortising, ploughing a groove...naw, I can't tell. I am going to have to think about this.
    Quote Originally Posted by Bruce Shiverdecker View Post
    Dagone Candy Man, I thought you night have finally learned to make long transparent chocolate. You think That is a lot chips? I believe they are called SHAVINGS.
    BTW where are the dishes?

    Just havin' fun wid ya.

    Bruce

    PS: Those are some good lookin' RAZORS!
    bill ..your doing pretty good always go with your first answer its normally the best one

    bruce..i had cleaned up the first batch and i didnt need a rain coat

    dan.. i had to stop for the milk thats why thge thread isnt done yet
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    looking at those chips(from years of experience making them), and the blatant coverup in the second pic, i would venture to say that larry has ventured into the spinny zone...
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    say it aint so larry.

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    Nah, they're too short to be lathe curlies. (If Larry was turning, I suspect his tools would be sharp enough to make some long curlies.)

    My guess is an end table. Good to see you're getting some shop time in, Larry.
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    Those are some fine looking clamps on that table......
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Noren View Post
    looking at those chips(from years of experience making them), and the blatant coverup in the second pic, i would venture to say that larry has ventured into the spinny zone...
    Quote Originally Posted by allen levine View Post
    say it aint so larry.
    Quote Originally Posted by Vaughn McMillan View Post
    Nah, they're too short to be lathe curlies. (If Larry was turning, I suspect his tools would be sharp enough to make some long curlies.)

    My guess is an end table. Good to see you're getting some shop time in, Larry.
    Quote Originally Posted by Cynthia White View Post
    Those are some fine looking clamps on that table......
    well dano,, if ihad ventured into the spinny zone yu wouldnt have to worry about all that snow you got it would be rain

    allen,, you rest easy i havnt give up the fight, and i am still pulling for you to come back and see the light that the lathe isnt your frind

    vaughn as usual looks logically at anything and is generally right..he sees things others over look, and i dont ever pull the wool over anyones eyes

    and cynthia those clamps are nice yes but i have found out latly in thelast few months that bench dogs ARE needed to do handwork..and almost got put in yesterday..but help off till i can get some advice from the handtool guys as to where i need to go with them.. one more thing cynthia how many planes do see in the action shot
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