Deborah Thuman on fri 7 sep 07
"more items in the studio:
pumpkin carving tools, bamboo chop sticks, bamboo shishkabob sticks,
used yogurt containers and lots of used plastic containers, steel
and a hand blender, scrub sponges, aluminum foil, cheese cloth, meat
Marcia Selsor in southmost Texas."
I gotta ask - what do you do with the meat tenderizer?
Marcia Selsor on sat 8 sep 07
texture..it is the hammer with the texture pattern on it.
On Sep 7, 2007, at 1:25 PM, Deborah Thuman wrote:
> "more items in the studio:
> pumpkin carving tools, bamboo chop sticks, bamboo shishkabob sticks,
> used yogurt containers and lots of used plastic containers, steel
> bowls, blenders
> and a hand blender, scrub sponges, aluminum foil, cheese cloth, meat
> Marcia Selsor in southmost Texas."
> I gotta ask - what do you do with the meat tenderizer?
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Neal O'Briant on sat 8 sep 07
I have a meat tenderizer in my studio that looks
like this one:
In addition, I have lots of other kitchen items
and other various things I've picked up. This
morning I picked up some cement siding boards
from the refuse heap of a house under construction
near me. They were the perfect size for a portable
wedging surface. I got enough to share with the
potters in my local guild. They also make great
drying boards. This is the type of siding that
has a wood grain on one side and is smooth on