I recently completed this pie safe (cabinets for storing baked goods with tin panels that have small holes in a design so as to allow air movement while protecting the contents from insects). They originated with Pennsylvania Germans in the nineteenth century. Mine is based on plans and videos from Charles Neil here. It's a highly functional project that we will enjoy for many years.
This project has special significance for me as a woodworker. A pie safe almost begs to be made with a table saw and a mortising machine. Midway through the project, I sold my table saw. I finished making it with hand tools. Selling your table saw is a tipping point, important in itself and highly symbolic. Coincident with this, I rearranged my shop to put the remaining power tools on the periphery and built a hand tool work bench. A fundamental change.