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Multi-tasking today! Got a few cabinet pieces in the outdoor spray booth and a couple of dead chickens on the Traeger!
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Wow, you matched the door finish on the chickens!
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Wow, you matched the door finish on the chickens!
That quote just made my day.

Do you like your chicken "early American " or "colonial cherry" ?

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Do you like your chicken "early American " or "colonial cherry" ?
Ha Ha, Colonial Maple with a Van Dyke glaze!
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Never tasted a good stain before. I guess it tastes like chicken.
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Nice Work, Mike. The cabinet parts look pretty good too.
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Good job deserves a good bonus. Enjoy it! Congrats. Sid!
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If it comes out Ebony, start over.
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LOL!!! Yeah, the cabinets are a nice compliment to the dead chickens!

What could you do with end tables and a nice filet Mignon??
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There was a time that foods were "blackened" but my mother called it "burned."

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