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Extractions: While the cookbook holder has grown in popularity, it has remained rather simplistic, almost boring, in design. When we set about building our own version of this useful tool, the main concern was to ensure that it was both practical and stylish. The result is a holder that owes far more to music stand design than to the current selection of cookbook holders available in the stores. But although the result looks rather nice, the construction is still very easy and the project can easily be completed in a weekend. Red Oak was used for this project as it matches the kitchen. However, any hard wood can be used (see the Wood Types section). Tools required: jigsaw, circular saw, sander Wood required: (red oak) Description Qty Thickness Width Length Back: 1/2" (12 mm) 8" (203 mm) Base 3/4" (19 mm) 7" (178 mm) 15" (381 mm) Support: 3/4" (19 mm) 3" (76 mm) 4 1/2" (114 mm) Splash cover (Plexi-glass) 1/8" (3 mm) 12" (304 mm) 15" (381 mm) The back is made from two pieces of red oak, glued together with a waterproof glue. Note that the grain runs vertically on this back piece as the project would be too weak if the grain were to run horizontally. Glue the two pieces together and clamp overnight. Once the back piece is glued, cut the bottom edge to an angle of 15 degrees. This is done because the back piece needs to be angled back slightly to ensure that the book does not fall forward. Once you have made this cut, sketch out the design shown in the diagram (right) and then cut this shape out using a jigsaw. Sand the back piece, making sure that you round off all the edges. The sanding is a little awkward in places and you will find that there is no substitute for hand sanding, as a power sander simply won't fit into the smaller gaps.