MWT travels extensively to Asia and to Taiwan specifically. An intrepid eater, one of his favorite things there is experiencing restaurant ‘wheels’. The ‘wheel’, or what we might call a lazy susan, is a common–if not manditory–component on Taiwanese dinner tables. Although MWT has sampled many exotic delicacies offered up on the wheel, I have a feeling the wheels themselves didn’t look quite like this one made of an old bicycle wheel. But bicycles have TWO wheels, thus the ‘bi’ part. What to do with the extra one? Make a pot rack, of course. You can find the complete tutorials for the lazy susan and pot rack on Readymade by following the links provided.