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ChefHDAN

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#1 posted 02-26-2011 03:06 PM

I agree with the advice above, remember you’ll only get better with more projects so don’t be afraid to jump in, remeber what my wife still tells me to this day, “You’re the ONLY one that is going to notice that” We spot the mistakes but those are learning opportunites and the mile markers of experience.

Now… the most important piece of advice… DO NOT STORE WINE NEXT TO THE STOVE! Wine racks look nice but they belong in dark cool places, wine is a living thing and light and heat will turn any wine into garbage quickly. If your wine will move off of that rack in 30 days or so go ahead… but if you’re going to to have bottles there for 6 months or more, just keep dusting them and cleaning the kitchen grease off of them but don’t drink ‘em.. I’m looking forward to seeing the finished product.

Derek

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