Junker's Soul Food

As I journey through this life, I am often reminded of the ties that bind us together: family, friends, good times, bad times, lots of laughter, a few tears, great junk, good stories, and of course, a hearty helping of soul food. In my family our lives have always centered around the kitchen table and the times spent together preparing the simple family meals we shared. It is with that in mind, that I start the 'Junker's Soul Food' post. I will share some of my recipes and foodie antics, and it is my hope you will share yours as well. So, pull up a chair, pour some tea, and welcome to the family!

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A Traveling Bevarage Bar

I spotted this metal caddy on my recent trip to Anoka and just had to have it. After canoodling wit Kimberly and Lanette we decided it would be ideal for beverages.

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Farmhouse Mirror

My latest farmhouse mirror is designed to look like the top of an old picket fence with a sunbaked finish.

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Silverplate English Tea Kerosene Lantern Trophy Birdhouse

This birdhouse kind of slowly started to resemble the structure of a trophy as a continued building it. I started with an antique silver base to a Svea (of Sweden) No. 121 camping stove. It's got...

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From Rebar Wire to Spring Flowers!

Turn simple and inexpensive rebar wire into some fun Spring flowers!

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Machine Shop Posey

Here is a little machine shop inspired posey made from the frame of a workshop light, a small, metal measuring cup, and a metal chain pull.

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Simple Spring Centerpiece

I adore tarnished, thrift store silver plate and pick up pieces whenever I find them at a reasonable price.

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