Woodworking Plans

🔥+ Woodworking Plans 01 Jun 2020 How to Build a fantastic shooting bench for left or right handed shooters for under $100.00, Video has all ...Link to instructions: http://howtospecialist.com/workshop/free-shooting-bench-plans/ This was a ...

Woodworking Plans Round-headed shovel: For digging holes to plant trees and shrubs and moving loose materials, such as soil, gravel, sand, and compost. This ...

Diy Scaffolding Youtube
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to navigation Jump to search
With closed doors
With door opened

Woodworking Planshow to Woodworking Plans for A pie safe, also called a pie chest,[1] pie cupboard, kitchen safe, and meat safe,[2] is a piece of furniture designed to store pies and other food items. This was a normal household item before iceboxes came into regular use, and it was an important part of the American household starting in the 1700s and continuing through the 1800s.[3]

The pie safe was used to store not only pies, but bread, meat, and other perishables as well, to protect them from insects and vermin.[3]

A common pie safe is made of wood, is around the same size as a large bureau, and is approximately 18 inches (46 cm) deep. The shelves within the storage area are often perforated. The safe normally has two hinged doors on the front. These doors, and usually the sides,[2] are ordinarily ventilated for 1 last update 2020/06/01 either with tin plates with punched holes, or screens. The holes in the tin are often punched to produce an image such as a simple shape, or something more intricate like a church scene, eagles, and stars, or even a Masonic emblem.[3] A notable design is the Wythe County pie safe, which has a distinctive tulip pattern. A common pie safe is made of wood, is around the same size as a large bureau, and is approximately 18 inches (46 cm) deep. The shelves within the storage area are often perforated. The safe normally has two hinged doors on the front. These doors, and usually the sides,[2] are ordinarily ventilated either with tin plates with punched holes, or screens. The holes in the tin are often punched to produce an image such as a simple shape, or something more intricate like a church scene, eagles, and stars, or even a Masonic emblem.[3] A notable design is the Wythe County pie safe, which has a distinctive tulip pattern.

A modern pie safe in an American kitchen. The holes in the brass panels''s Favorite Pie. Harvard Common Press, U.S. p. 213; 250. ISBN 1558322256.
  • ^ Jay Dearborn Edwards and Nicholas Kariouk Pecquet du Bellay de Verton (2004). A Creole Lexicon. Louisiana State University Press. p. 107. ISBN 9780807127643.Woodworking Planshow to Woodworking Plans for
  • ^ "". Southern Living. Retrieved 2013-04-15.
  • ^^ "". Source. Archived from the original on 22 May 2011. Retrieved 23 May 2011.Woodworking Planshow to Woodworking Plans for
  • Retrieved from ""ltr""https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Pie_safe&oldid=946348213""

    Navigation menu

    Personal tools

    Namespaces

    for 1 last update 2020/06/01 VariantsVariants

    More

    Woodworking Planshow to Woodworking Plans for Print/export