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  1. ^^ Gotta like that one. ^^ Of course many many...

    ^^ Gotta like that one. ^^

    Of course many many people pay Dave to look at knives but I like the tone of the post.


    Having been in the situation of sending Dave one of his own early knives, I...
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    I looked at it and there is no branding of any...

    I looked at it and there is no branding of any kinda on it. I think I got it Home Depot but that would have been 5 or 6 years ago. Never would have thought it would be hard to find but there don't...
  3. I've used one. It was one hand operated. I...

    I've used one. It was one hand operated. I abandoned the method quickly. This is a craftsman C3 line. Way better for this than the two hand operated ones.

    What is more overkill the power saw or...
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    Sent you a PM yesterday. I've got one, if you...

    Sent you a PM yesterday. I've got one, if you wanna try it let me know.
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    "The better one understands and is able to define...

    "The better one understands and is able to define an intricate framework of limitations the greater is the freedom lent one's creative imagination." Richard Olney

    "In cooking, as in all the arts,...
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    It is a good point concerning the maturation...

    It is a good point concerning the maturation process.

    Before I started cooking a sang opera. I was young and lucky to have some great opportunities to perform with people much more experienced...
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    Right now I am working hard on austerity and...

    Right now I am working hard on austerity and restraint in my dishes. It's more about what I can leave off and still get the point accross. When the article says chef's tell their story through food I...
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    The article talks about the types of restaurants...

    The article talks about the types of restaurants often popping up and closing quickly. This is because they are not run like businesses. If the chef is a brash egotist then there needs to be a strong...
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    The Rise of Egotarian Cuisine

    Check out this article from GQ. It's a great take on the impact of young chef's practicing 'modern cooking'. Really good read. Here's a taste but follow the link for the whole article.

    Something...
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    The modified B looks good to me.

    The modified B looks good to me.
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    I wore jeans and a short sleeved black dickies...

    I wore jeans and a short sleeved black dickies work short with name and title embroidered on at the last job. The dining room was very informal so it seemed like it fit. Now I wear fancy pants and a...
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    Congrats Pierre!

    Congrats Pierre!
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    Happy B-Day!

    Happy B-Day!
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    Looks great!

    Looks great!
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    I didn't realize Weber had a 26.5 inch grill....

    I didn't realize Weber had a 26.5 inch grill. Looks about perfect.

    http://www.amazon.com/Weber-781001-One-Touch-2-Inch-Kettle/dp/B001I8ZU08
  16. Most of the cooks I know use pretty flat...

    Most of the cooks I know use pretty flat profiles. The cooks I have who were rockin' the culinary school kit were already using santokus when I got to them.

    Because rocking a knife gives so much...
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    Looks like a Kyocera ceramic to me.

    Looks like a Kyocera ceramic to me.
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    I have one. All my grill cooks always want to...

    I have one. All my grill cooks always want to borrow it but they don't by their own. I think they are worth it but wait for a sale for sure.
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    This is a tough one. There isn't really a good...

    This is a tough one. There isn't really a good high end version of a western boning knife readily available. This may take some time for you to figure out. On the bright side the petty you just...
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    I like a paring knife for in hand work. If I get...

    I like a paring knife for in hand work. If I get two knives its a 10 inch chef and a parer. If I get three knives its two 10 inch chefs and a parer. I like the idea of petty knives but never end up...
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    If you like curves I think you would like the...

    If you like curves I think you would like the Hatori. This is what the coke bottle shape handle it has looks like from the top. I believe this is a Hattori handle pic.
  22. Thread: Civilty

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    "The Only Thing Necessary for the Triumph of Evil...

    "The Only Thing Necessary for the Triumph of Evil is that Good Men Do Nothing"

    You're a good man Mr. Knerd.
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    I don't have one but this knife has been catching...

    I don't have one but this knife has been catching my eye for this use. Looks like a handy petty to have around.

    http://www.japanesenaturalstones.com/western-itinomonn-kasumi-180mm-petty-bog-oak/
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    The ferrule on that Mizuno is awesome. Could...

    The ferrule on that Mizuno is awesome.

    Could you please post a choil shot after you thin it? I am curious to see how far you go.
  25. Thread: pocket knives

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    The Rader neck knife is $95. ...

    The Rader neck knife is $95.

    Www.worldknives.com has a bunch of inexpensive pocket knives without the tactical vibe.
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