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    Word of caution, collecting and drinking fine...

    Word of caution, collecting and drinking fine whisk(e)y is never-ending journey in pursuit of the perfect dram. It starts with single malts, then a few small batch Bourbons and further to Ryes. The...
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    I plan to attend and will be bringing two...

    I plan to attend and will be bringing two Linzertortes. Thanks for hosting the event again. -Doug
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    Del, this is amazingly generous of you. Thanks...

    Del, this is amazingly generous of you. Thanks for this. Sorry about the phone pic of the parer. Only half of the second knife is from Del, the other half is from Home Depot. A gyuto or line would be...
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    Welcome to the KKF. Many of us envy your living...

    Welcome to the KKF. Many of us envy your living in the Bier und Wurst capital of the world(my own opinion). I used to live in Karlsruhe and have fond memories visiting Baden-Baden and...
  5. #1 @ 33.26 lbs, #2 @ 23.36, and #3 @ 34.28 lbs --...

    #1 @ 33.26 lbs, #2 @ 23.36, and #3 @ 34.28 lbs -- All from Bolton's Turkey Farm in Sliverdale, PA. #1 and #2 are for lunch tomorrow at a school and go into the oven tomorrow at 3:30AM and 5AM...
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    Stefan, You might want to look into TLS. I am...

    Stefan,

    You might want to look into TLS. I am not a shill, just a happy successful customer. I lost 39 pounds in 12 weeks this past Spring under the supervision/coaching of a PhD...
  7. Shipping or Traveling to UK (Wales) with Kitchen Knives

    My wife is traveling to Wales next week and I was hoping to send a knife with her as a gift for our host. Some quick searches indicated that bringing a knife even in checked baggage would not be...
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    Well, I am finally getting a couple pics of my...

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    mano, Thanks so much for hosting. It was great...

    mano,
    Thanks so much for hosting. It was great to see everyone and their steel. -Doug
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    I would like to attend again. I was thinking of...

    I would like to attend again. I was thinking of making Linzertorte. -Doug
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    Never having cooked sushi rice, I am hesitant to...

    Never having cooked sushi rice, I am hesitant to chime in. However, the chemist in me begs the question: what is the altitude where you cook? Most of Colorado is over 5000 ft (where water boils at...
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    Dave, Did you ever pickup a handgun? I used to...

    Dave,
    Did you ever pickup a handgun? I used to shoot IDPA and my carry guns are SIG P239 in 9mm and a Ruger GP100 .357. As far as ammo, Federal Hydra-shok for the SIG and my the last of my...
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    Thanks everyone. Butch makes an awesome blade. ...

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    The Chef's is 9.5" and the Utility is just over...

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    I'll be there with a carrot cake and something...

    I'll be there with a carrot cake and something else that goes with BBQ. Thanks for the invite. -Doug
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    Mostly Sharp and Pointy

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    One of the characteristics I like in a good sauce...

    One of the characteristics I like in a good sauce is the time dimension. I like a sauce that starts out with a sharp vinegar tang(cider/wine/balsamic), which then fades into sweet(brown...
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    I am partial to ceramic bbq pits, however I can...

    I am partial to ceramic bbq pits, however I can see how they would be difficult(if not impossible) to use in a commercial kitchen.

    I used to compete KCBS around eastern Pennsylvania a few years...
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    Traditional long term storage of military...

    Traditional long term storage of military firearms was(may still be) in cosmoline to protect the carbon steel from corrosion. Cosmoline is a sticky waxy grease. Another possible thought is vacuum...
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    Dave, what about Ashokan?

    Dave, what about Ashokan?
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    Ryan - Absolutely. I am going to see what patina...

    Ryan - Absolutely. I am going to see what patina develops naturally first. I am experimenting with chemical aids on some of my scrap.

    David - I figured that PVC would take too long to develop...
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    Dave - I was tempted to solder it, but instead...

    Dave - I was tempted to solder it, but instead just filled it with 30 min Epoxy.

    Ryan - Thanks, I was inspired. It is the first I felt worthy of taking pics.

    Pesky - I may have to get...
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    Dave, it's not just the ferrule that's made of...

    Dave, it's not just the ferrule that's made of copper pipe...:)

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    I am waiting for my wife to bring the real camera...

    I am waiting for my wife to bring the real camera home. Phone pics are a poor substitute. I'll have a full handle pic tomorrow. -Doug
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    Del, I hope it is OK to post a pic of the...

    Del,

    I hope it is OK to post a pic of the blade I got from you at the ECG. I was getting impatient working on a wood handle so I went in another direction, perhaps temporarily. I don't have a...
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