The only thing complicated about this mouth-watering pie? The flavour. In this post, Island Menu's Samuel Shelley shows us how to make a simple dish that looks nice and fancy on a plate.
Dislike being cold? Looking for something to do with your hands? Good news: the University of Southampton has uploaded over 300 gloriously daggy knitting books to the internet.
Specifically: like Renzo Piano, designer of the Whitney Museum.
Feel the spoon with your hands. (Whittle the spoon while you can.)
A quick raid of the pantry (and a minute in the shed) are all that’s needed to fashion together the ol’ Appalachian five string.
When it comes to giving an old bag new life, these handy instructions have your (ahem) back.
Make your own camp stove with an empty beer can and these handy instructions.
Measure twice, cut once.
When the SHTF and the world ends, you still want to eat in style, right?
There’s nothing like carving your own spoon to make you feel like a regular Ron Swanson. And with these instructions from our pals at Left Foot Right Foot, it’s easier than ever.
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