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How to Clean and Care for Your Butcher Block

Keep butcher block counters and boards looking sharp as a knife — and sanitized for safe food prep — with this advice from a pro woodworker Full Story
     Comment   September 9, 2014
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Butcher block
September 13, 2014 at 4:41PM   
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Ummm,... this piece says to melt a piece of paraffin in a tin can on the stove. Good luck with putting out the fire that is going to create. How stupid. Wax MUST ALWAYS BE MELTED OVER WATER NI A DOUBLE BOILER. Shame on this writer for having said to do something so dangerous.
September 14, 2014 at 12:40AM   
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Create Your Own Checklist for a Well-Stocked Kitchen

Personalize the kitchen with your own must-haves from our list of top cooking tools, small appliances, pots, pans and more Full Story
     Comment   September 3, 2014
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Marjorie Bull
Someone asked for a printable version. I've copied most of this, dropped a few items I don't need, added a few that I do, and saved the result as a .JPG image. There's even a little space at the end to write in anything I missed. And it's all on one page. Hope you'll find it useful.
last Thursday at 10:27PM     
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Paul B. Showers
Marjorie Bull, some dowel rods and some inexpensive café curtain rod brackets will serve your purpose quite well and look charming. I still see the small sort of chrome and the swing out towel rods at my hardware store available though.
last Friday at 2:15AM     
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