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    Had one of these in my shop for years and found...

    Had one of these in my shop for years and found it invaluable for certain tasks. Easily converts from a spindle sander to a belt sander.
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    From that font of all knowledge, Wikipedia:...

    From that font of all knowledge, Wikipedia: "Oxalic acid's main applications include cleaning or bleaching, especially for the removal of rust (iron complexing agent), e.g. Bar Keepers Friend is an...
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    I'm gonna be buried with my No. 60 1/2.

    I'm gonna be buried with my No. 60 1/2.
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    Saying you're looking for something smaller than...

    Saying you're looking for something smaller than a L-N No.7 doesn't narrow the field much.:wink:

    I always found I could do most anything I wanted to do with a No.7, a 4 1/2, and a low angle...
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    Not sure other than it's stainless. Might want to...

    Not sure other than it's stainless. Might want to check with Jon.
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    Owned a Tojiro honesuki for a while but was never...

    Owned a Tojiro honesuki for a while but was never really happy with it; felt very clunky and poorly balanced.

    Replaced it with a Gesshin Ginga 150mm Stainless Wa-Honesuki from Jon two years ago...
  7. Bourbon and soda works really well as a stain...

    Bourbon and soda works really well as a stain preventive too. Two applications every night around eight o'clock since receiving my BoardSmith and there's not a stain to be found.:happymug:
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    When I use a 180, it's a wa-petty. Gengetsu...

    When I use a 180, it's a wa-petty. Gengetsu stainless clad white #2.
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    In the hypothetical "if the house was on fire and...

    In the hypothetical "if the house was on fire and you could grab only one knife on your way out the door" scenario, my 240 Devin ITK, no contest. But more and more, for smaller tasks, I find myself...
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    by Chifunda
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    Google Tueller Drill.

    Google Tueller Drill.
  11. I have two very nice gyutos, but for slicing...

    I have two very nice gyutos, but for slicing bread I always reach for my Wustof Classic bread knife. Bought it from Fred Bridge himself at Bridge Hardware in New York, many, many, many years ago....
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    by Chifunda
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    No, This is a knife. ...

    No, This is a knife.


    http://knifelegends.com/images/Loveless_LawndaleBB-w.jpg
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    :plus1:

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  14. 150mm Konosuke HD petty. Works like a charm.

    150mm Konosuke HD petty. Works like a charm.
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    At the risk of starting a sub thread, my first...

    At the risk of starting a sub thread, my first concert was Judy Collins and Arlo Guthrie at the Hollywood Bowl. Not sayin' how long ago it was, but I was wearing bell bottomed pants and an...
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    My father served in WWII, Korea, and Vietnam. ...

    My father served in WWII, Korea, and Vietnam. Two silver stars, two bronze stars, and four purple hearts. His only comments had to do with how cold it was in Korea. I always got the impression that...
  17. Thread: Unicorn Knife

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    Agreed. I owned one of his hunters many years...

    Agreed. I owned one of his hunters many years ago. It was strictly a utility grade knife, but the workmanship was absolutely flawless. Didn't seem to matter to Buster whether he was making a six...
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    B. B. King. Eighty seven years old at the time...

    B. B. King. Eighty seven years old at the time and still an amazing performer. :wow:
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    Samuel Smith's Oatmeal Stout. Yes, it's food.

    Samuel Smith's Oatmeal Stout. Yes, it's food.
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    Brussel sprouts? Cook them sous vide, cut 'em in...

    Brussel sprouts? Cook them sous vide, cut 'em in half and brown the flat side in bacon fat. Hard to beat. :hungry:
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    Hey, at least it's gluten free.

    Hey, at least it's gluten free.
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    Fruit bats were commonly offered for sale by...

    Fruit bats were commonly offered for sale by street vendors in Saigon. Never felt the urge to buy one. :scared4:
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    Yup. I always double check the temp indicated by...

    Yup. I always double check the temp indicated by the Cookshack/Maverick probes with my Thermapen. And like you, if I feel resistance, I'll take it up to 198* or so.

    Best advice to beginning...
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    I pull my butts at 195*. If they're done before...

    I pull my butts at 195*. If they're done before mealtime, FTC. (Foil, towel, cooler.) I run my smoker (Cookshack SM025) at 240* and use a mix of hickory and apple wood. Works for me. :2cents:
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    Ingredients: * 1 cup white vinegar * 1 cup...

    Ingredients:
    * 1 cup white vinegar
    * 1 cup cider vinegar
    * 1 tablespoon brown sugar
    * 1 tablespoon cayenne pepper
    * 1 tablespoon hot pepper sauce (e.g. Tabasco™), or to taste
    * 1 teaspoon...
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