AMOC Pasta Challenge November 2007
(Making a 'bit of a mini' out of pasta - to fit on an A5 bit of paper)
At the secret pasta research lab....
Neil M creating a detailed grill.
Then there's the Spagley angle!
Basic 'A5' plywood box to contain the spaghetti.
Which was too long, so 12 packets were taped together and sawn in half
The box lined with paper and the pasta installed.
Then to set the levels the whole lot was belt sanded (make a note in your recipe book that 100 grit is good on pasta)
Then (without dropping all the spaghetti out) shove your 'pasta-pin-profile-gauge' on top pf a conrod , or other interesting article, and coat the underside with loads of PVA to stop the pins from settling back down when you are not looking.
Finish off the plywood presentation case with a spot of varnish.
And you have an item worthy of presenting to the worst of your relatives :)
Wrap securely before transit.
And remember to unveil with a smile !
Some of the other creations...