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  1. Shopping for Equipment in the Bowery

    Does anyone have advice for buying used equipment in the bowery? Places to go or avoid, where to park a Uhaul, and any other pertinent info? We are heading in there tomorrow from eastern LI and...
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    Im in

    Im in
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    The Korin Shiro ko knives were made by suisin as...

    The Korin Shiro ko knives were made by suisin as of August 2013.
  4. MMMM nice hog fish!! Easily one of my favorites!

    MMMM nice hog fish!! Easily one of my favorites!
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    Around 1000F most of the time. At the beginning...

    Around 1000F most of the time. At the beginning of the night the temp can be considerably higher just after all the coals get fully lit. But we try to avoid this.

    A glove is much faster to use...
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    High Temp Gloves

    Don't know exactly where to post this but this seems like the best place??
    I need a pair of gloves that are able to withstand high temperatures and are fairly abrasion resistant. They are not for...
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    Read Restaurant Succes by the Numbers: A Money...

    Read Restaurant Succes by the Numbers: A Money Guys Guide To Owning Your Own Restaurant. Hire EXPERIENCED professionals, accountant, GM, Chef. Go work in a well run restaurant for free for a few...
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    Thanks for the suggestions. Son, thanks for the...

    Thanks for the suggestions. Son, thanks for the link. Used to get them from my fish guy. My current purveyor brings stuff in white styrofoam coolers and has no clue what I am talking about when I...
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    Fish Box?

    I need some help finding the white tubs that we refer to as "fish boxes" or "fish tubs". I need to purchase some for the restaurant but am totally unable to find them online or at local supply...
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    Nice video. Just checked out his website, the...

    Nice video. Just checked out his website, the axes are not as expensive as I thought they might be. The butchers axe caught my eye :viking:. Thanks for sharing!
  11. loving the bacon weave!

    loving the bacon weave!
  12. Just another thing to add to the wishlist. In...

    Just another thing to add to the wishlist. In addition to knives I'm an apron junkie.
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    Thats what I was thinking. Wouldn't work with...

    Thats what I was thinking. Wouldn't work with anything less than a grade A i don't think.
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    Is your job at the new place lock already? If so...

    Is your job at the new place lock already? If so then I would just go with it. If not I would stay where you are and take advantage of the raise to sock away as much money as possible so when you...
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    The method doesn't seem all that odd to me. The...

    The method doesn't seem all that odd to me. The description of "until you can't see the water anymore" sounds a bit funny. I use water and vinegar and usually whisk for 2-20 minutes dependent on...
  16. Nice knives. Really love those scimitars!

    Nice knives. Really love those scimitars!
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    I have had some good luck with this in the past. ...

    I have had some good luck with this in the past. My basic ratio is as follows.
    8 egg yolks
    2 whole eggs
    2tb xvoo
    4c packed basil
    1/2 C spinach leaves destemmed, or baby spinach works well
    4C...
  18. Thread: juicer

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    I have owned a few brevilles, from low to high...

    I have owned a few brevilles, from low to high end. They are fast and somewhat efficient, but do aerate the juice, something I dislike in a pro environment. My only other experience is with...
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    I would vote for a 260. I have been interested...

    I would vote for a 260. I have been interested in this size for some time. 240's are just a bit small for me and a 270 can be a hair to long for lots of workspaces.
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    very nice. That ferrule is awesome!

    very nice. That ferrule is awesome!
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    We used to do this at a place I worked every day....

    We used to do this at a place I worked every day. The liquid was mainly used on the line to reheat veggies and rice. If making it into soup it will need lots of skimming and some...
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    Eamon, I don't have the book in front of me but I...

    Eamon, I don't have the book in front of me but I believe the "light bulb moment" on this says to wet your fingers and swirl them through the cut kernels. Any remaining silk will adhere to your...
  23. Carter nakiri have a little belly at the front. ...

    Carter nakiri have a little belly at the front. Not as pronounced as yours. I remember reading quite a few comments from people who like this feature, so I would say you are on the right track.
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    It must be Pterocarpus jancok :detective:

    It must be Pterocarpus jancok :detective:
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    This. Or go to NYC

    This. Or go to NYC
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