Type: Posts; User: tgraypots
s grind? hollow up top and convex toward bottom?
i throw my dough on the grill, get some marks, then flip it over, top it and close the lid until done.
Devin made a post about edges a while back.....
the coarser the grits, the better.
jared, ask the folks at randolph bldg supply, near you.
nice, very nice.
Vintage cimeter I cleaned up and re-handled.
I'm curious, are these all old knives they are selling? If so, wouldn't they be culls from way back?
tell 'em to learn how to cook first :-> and use lots of really good kitchen knives too, prior to attempting their own.
ditto. I rehandled mine with a stubby, thicker, wa-handle.
Sorry I wasn't able to attend :-< Looks like you guys had a great time. No other North Carolinians made it?
I think Rachael Ray, in particular, had an impact on us kitchen cooks, while using a santoku. One of my first knives was a MAC Superior santoku and I loved using it. I kept it blazing sharp and...
home-dropped it on the floor
work-dishwasher ate it
this is just sick, having access to so much high quality woods.
I am really glad you put this together. Well done.
oh yeah. well done Colin!
too cool. I'm looking forward to seeing the progression. thanks for sharing.
i quit almost 7 years ago after smoking for 35. yeah, i'm that old, and hard-headed. 2nd heart attack impacted me. i just threw them away and haven't lit one up since. you want to quit? just don't...
jared, there is a similar piece of equipent out there for we potters....a peter pugger. does the same thing, but with a considerable amount of clay.
After googling brick ovens for several years, I came across a post somewhere...
I'm in the midst of the 2nd busiest time of the year for me, and will post photos and info asap. BTW, 2 people came by last week specifically to see the oven, not to buy my work :->
I built a brick oven 2 yars ago and have not regretted it. It's a very simple "dry brick" design made with hard kiln brick and a couple of extra large kiln shelves. We have baked as many as 18-20...
Thanks Dave! Pete, it's basically a KS with a little more height at the heel. Thanks!