Turn the kitchen you dream about into your dream kitchen with help from Norm Abram, host of The New Yankee Workshop. This kitchen, featured on the 2008 season of the PBS program, is a project Abram has wanted to do for some time. Stripped to its basics, the method Abram uses for building kitchen cabinets is straightforward: plywood cases, joined with glued and screwed dado and rabbet joints; solid face frames, assembled with pocket screws and joined to the cases with glue and biscuits; applied beads and moldings; drawer boxes dovetailed using a router jig. He also offers his favorite tips and techniques for designing a custom kitchen, as gathered over a 35-year career. From Fine Woodworking #196
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