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    Salt Box tutorial

    Since there was a little interest in these and I seem to have a lot of time on my hands for a while, I have some Cherry blocks that would make a nice Salt box. The blank we'll be using has a nice little split that we can fill with espresso powder. I have to work in baby steps, but I'll be taking pic's to share as a tutorial. I'll start posting tomorrow...should be done Saturday.
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    Awesome!

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    That was a terrific idea, Jim. In French that's called a saliere (if I remember correctly) and I've kept one on my kitchen counter for 25 years, filled with (rock) sea salt.
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