thems be purdy :)
Type: Posts; User: Notaskinnychef
thems be purdy :)
I am really digging my Yamawaku, it's my go to knife. Highly recommended
grats, nicely done.
Happy b-day bud. the date seems rather fitting for your birthday too :)
rage for the win :)
amazing stuff. my dream EDC lol
my votes are in. Great looking stuff :)
gorgeous stuff. Really impressive indeed. Wish you lived in north america, would make shipping more reasonable but that is beyond your control of course lol. Nice work
sadly one downside here is the limited editing timers. you will just have to repost here, or maybe a mod can do it after you pm them the new links? I want to get in on this asap :)
Welcome too of...
i don't have one of these cookers so I need to be jealous and childish instead :IMOK:
I showed this to a friend of mine at work who is looking for a knife of this kind. Sadly hes looking to spend good money on some marketing ho-hum knives and im trying to steer him your way. Could you...
Great review the M, thanks for taking the time to do this. I notice two main things....one being that you cooked it for 28 hours? and second being that your cut on the braised piece isn't very clean...
Still want one of these. Maybe when I make my next trip down south (lord knows when that will be) I will pick one up as I hope they become more available with stabilized production etc...
damn, can't believe i missed this. and I am even canadian lol
VERY worthy of the bump, some amazing work there. Thanks to those who shed some light on this very talented mans work
I have a cheap diamond plate that I got ages ago before I knew anything about knives and use that. I know its flat, and will stay that way. At the moment, costco (at least up here) has a two pack for...
Good lord, that sounds amazing. Look forward to the pics, will show off to people at work :)
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what did the shipping end up being for the 16 oz jars to canada? would like to know so I can get in next round depending on cost :) Cheers
love to see some other pictures of those knives that took the copper. Any pics anywhere?
OK thanks, with shipping being so prohibitive to canada I will likely continue to make some on my own, altho buying it from you would likely be a lot easier :)
what would be the shipping price...
i am still amazed we aren't allowed nail clippers on a plane yet we get metal utensils and can have a 4 foot chain tied to our wallets, makes sense.
Not to undercut future sales, but in general, this is roughly half wax half mineral oil? I have made a few small amounts for single days use on my stuff but have been thinking if trying larger...
imagine roaster a dog in there, would take seconds :)
WOW, never thought I'd see something like that lol
Guess it's a nakiri for everyone :bat: