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New release in my "Practical woodworking" series,
Plenty room for chip and dip, and biscuit, and dip, and prawns, and cheese, and salami etc. on this serving tray from:

www.facebook.com/handcraftedinwood

(95% router work)
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oh that is good....
but why the putty knife...
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oh that is good....
but why the putty knife...
it is not a putty knife even if it looks like it. It is a spreading knife and could use for Vegemite. One day you Americans may get lucky and Australian Vegemite would be available in US of A.

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it is not a putty knife even if it looks like it. It is a spreading knife and could use for Vegemite. One day you Americans may get lucky and Australian Vegemite would be available in US of A.

Ha ha
a special tool for spreading Vegemite...
like a taping knife for drywall compound...

just the same...
that stuff doesn't sound too appetizing...

then again I use a spatula for peanut butter...
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it is not a putty knife even if it looks like it. It is a spreading knife and could use for Vegemite. One day you Americans may get lucky and Australian Vegemite would be available in US of A.

Ha ha
Vegemite can be bought at walmat
Kraft foods has been inporting this product since 1922
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a special tool for spreading Vegemite...
like a taping knife for drywall compound...

just the same...
that stuff doesn't sound too appetizing...

then again I use a spatula for peanut butter...
Peanut butter would not even come close to the goodness of Vegemite!
Vegemite is so good that you Americans bought the Company - Kraft!
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Peanut butter would not even come close to the goodness of Vegemite!
Vegemite is so good that you Americans bought the Company - Kraft!
Kraft isn't what it use to be...
just another margin is gospel conglomerate w/ a great PR department....

we make our own PB...

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I like your work John. I'll eat just about anything, but I hate Vegemite. I can't believe there's a special utensil for spreading that stuff.
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