When you spend years working on chainsaws, you’re bound to learn some things not found in the manual.
Butter your tiles and don’t set slovenly. Batchelder tiles and an historical installation guide.
How to forage a boat.
Play God: create a bathroom anywhere. (With a fancy sawdust toilet, Superfustinox hand washing system, and a small framed picture of goat farmer.)
How to enjoy a hole full of poo and pee.
“Summer” is shorthand for “ant-invasion season.” And there ain’t no silver bullet. You’ll need an integrated approach like this one to win.
Nocino is a fascinating green walnut liqueur from Italy. It is complementary with rye whiskey and a tart cocktail cherry as in this recipe for an “Italian Manhattan.” Included is a diagram to help you construct your own and sources for finding or making Nocino liqueur.
Handmade wooden knives to suit any purpose: chèvre, brie and other soft cheeses, mustard, jam and mayonnaise. They have unbeatable functionality and beauty. Make yer own with just a few simple tools.
Part Cherokee, part musical genius, all cabin dweller. Karen Dalton is the best singer you’ve never heard.
How to open your beer with just a sheet of paper.