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A high-strength cyanocrylate glue like Instantbond will be food-safe when cured and a good choice for bonding stone to stone. Two-part epoxies designed for marble and granite applications are also a good choice - just make sure the one you're going to use is food-safe when cured. Neither type of glue is going to be able to hold up keeping two halves of a ...


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update: I read the problem wrong, and thought it was the mortar (bowl) that broke. I'm leaving this (struck out) in case someone ever runs into that problem, or breaks the pestle on the working surface, but I'd advise going w/ RI Swamp Yankee's answer otherwise. Original answer: The problem is that glue has thickness to it -- so you have one of two ...


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The most common term is "honey dipper". It goes by several different names, though... largely because people usually can't remember what it's actually called: Steven of The Sneeze takes a look at the widespread use of "the honey thing"—also known as a honey dipper, honey wand, or honey drizzler—on cereal boxes despite that few people seem to actually ...



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