Restoration giant rust kitchen knife | Restore rusty handmade knife
Relax . A knife with a special design that we found it randomly. It has a large amount of rust and not good knife materials. We tried our best to make it work and beautiful. We kept the original shape of the knife. Only change the handle for that knife. I hope you like this video. Don’t forget to subscribe to our channel.
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I’ve been searching all morning for a detailed description or article about white cotton candy and all I could find are pictures of modern spinning machines that produce the synthetic pink cotton candy on a stick. What you are going to see below is a premiere and an answer to many of your questions about our local, authentic, homemade white cotton candy or “Ghazl el Banet”.
While working in an off grid log cabin in the forest, I was happy to hone my self reliance skills to hand-make the DIY sink for the rustic wood kitchen from copper. Click on http://www.audible.com/myselfreliance or text “myselfreliance” to 500-500 to get your free Audible download with a 30 day trial.
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Cali, our Golden Retriever, joins me as I build the sink from copper, hand forming it from a 3′ x 8′ sheet of 20 oz copper that a kind subscriber gave me for this project, David Oxley from Precision Fabrication in Parry Sound, Ontario. Thanks David!
Soldering the sink with an old fashioned, antique soldering iron that I heated up on the woodstove was challenging since I had not done this type of work for 20 years or more. But, I think the final results are going to be well worth the effort. As with all of the projects on the log cabin, it’s more work doing this alone and with hand tools, but it’s very rewarding once the work is done. Speaking of that, in my self reflections at the end of the video, I talk about how I always make sure that I live each and every day to the fullest and that I’m happy if I get even the smallest thing done, but that I also spend time with people that I love and/or take time out to do things that make me happy.
Making a rustic kitchen out of rough sawn lumber is very enjoyable without the limitations and extra stress of a modern home where everything must be perfect. I like the simplicity of using nails, rough pine boards, metals like copper and the free form design of the kitchen counter, cabinets, sink and other components. This cabin really is a DIY project, and I was relieved that my wife and I came up with this idea to make the sink out of copper rather than use a modern, prefabricated sink, even if it was from my old cabin.
Tune in next week as I complete the kitchen, installing a finished countertop, a cistern pump, metal catch basin, copper backsplash, a storage bin that doubles as a bed for my dog, and doors on the cabinets.
As usual, this video includes scenes of me making dinner on the stove, kale and spinach soup with homemade sourdough bread to dip into it.
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Solar LED light bulb 15W
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Copper Fairy lights
Solar String Lights
Banneton 12″ round
Lodge Dutch Oven
Flamen heat resistant gloves up to 500 degrees
Rocksheat baking stone
Wall Lantern (candle lit)
DJI Mavic Pro
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I love a good Italian dry sausage and I love to make it from scratch.
2 lb. pork shoulder
1/4 teaspoon garlic powder
1/2 teaspoon fennel seed
1/2 teaspoon coarse pepper
1/4 teaspoon chile powder
I put the sausage in my garage fridge and adjusted the temp. of the fridge to about 50F And put a big bowl of water to keep the humidity up to about 70%-75% The fridge is doing the job.
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