I saw a listing for an "Davies' India Rubber Knife Sharpening Board" from the nineteenth century. Does anyone know what these are and what they
There are big differences between fish tweezers. The actual tips, resistance, width, etc. differ greatly.
I just gave these as a gift
these came out basically disgusting, my first attempt on a grill turned out way better, I still have half in the fridge, it is almost grey. Heres some
[QUOTE=theo59;351558]have to mention John Boorman, ExcaliburQUOTE]
Wolfgang Peterson: Brotherhood of the Wolf
I too would go for a softer blade, but not for a soft German stainless as I find it particulary unpleasant to sharpen. And you will sharpen it a lot.