A master of a 550-year-old craft, Wayne Davis explains why sometimes the old way is the only way.
One of the things we learnt in the latest mag is that you can barbeque using an old mattress base, or a shovel. The man who taught us? Adan Abrahanowicz.
Hand-carving wood is a lot easier when you let hot coal do the work for you. Just add fire.
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.
Being handy with a knife will get you far in this world. Making your own will get you further.
You don’t need a backyard to have a garden. Just a few plants and some string.
The great thing about tools is that if you don’t have a box to put them in, they can build one for you themselves.
You think ribs are rustic? Try sparrows on toast. This cookbook contains some seriously old fashioned recipes, dating back from the Middle Ages through to World War II.
You don't have to be particularly musical or even handy to knock together this uke. Playing it, however, might take slightly more skill.
No one knows what a lot of our food even is any more, what with all the processing and genetic modifying. Except people who use this: an all-in-one bread maker that takes you from seed to loaf.
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