UFREETV.COM - Your online TV connection Cooking I first saw these potatoes back in college when my then-boyfriend (now husband) had a Swedish roommate. The roommate made these potatoes and they looked pretty good! At the time, my cooking skills were more along the lines of opening up a box of Tuna Helper, so I forgot about them and put them out of my mind. Recently, I saw them again on Pinterest and decided to learn how to make them myself. I discovered that in Sweden they’re called Hasselback Potatoes. 4 tablespoons unsalted butter, melted2 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil3-4 russet potatoes, skin onsea salt3-5 cloves garlic, very thinly sliced Preheat your oven to 425 degrees.
AJAWAM Swarf Page - LMS 4100 Lathe Mods Back to Swarf PageLMS 4100 Lathe Mods Added: - Machined out the cross slide for adding a 1.1" spacer. - Hand crank for lead screw - Split Lead Screw - allows the lead screw to freewheel when using the hand crank - no need to pull the D gear - DRO for X and Z using standard SPC scales and a Shars 2 line reader head - Click here to see mods required to allow for powering of the scales - Work stop for Z that's easy to get to during a job - Hinge for gear cover - Flexible indicator holder for truing - Mounting for tach and DRO head - used EMT tubing - Bellows for way covers - see here for more photos Links to fab drawings, 3D EDWG: PDF's of the parts and overall assembly: Edwgs ( the zip has the built in EDWG viewer): This thing is a pleasure to work with.