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    Here in Houston we eat bone marrow with Pho, it's...

    Here in Houston we eat bone marrow with Pho, it's incredibly luxurious! :wink::doublethumbsup:
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    Live Oak Hefewiezen, Its a great beer!

    Live Oak Hefewiezen, Its a great beer!
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    Interesting thread, good read!

    Interesting thread, good read!
  4. I'm in Houston and I'm dying to know what...

    I'm in Houston and I'm dying to know what restaurant this was!
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    I love this tool, I use it more than I thought I...

    I love this tool, I use it more than I thought I would. I would recommend a therma pen to anyone.
  6. I really need to round out my cook book...

    I really need to round out my cook book collection, there's quite a few here that I've never even taken a peak at.
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    It's been said all ready but this is seriously...

    It's been said all ready but this is seriously some awesome work!
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    Any kitchen knife content on reddit is welcomed...

    Any kitchen knife content on reddit is welcomed with open arms. Don's posting on reddit got me here a year or so ago.
  9. Can someone please explain to me the difference...

    Can someone please explain to me the difference between an unstable patina and one that is? I was under the impression that a patina works the same no matter how you acquired it.
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    Out of curiosity why is the AEB-L preferred so...

    Out of curiosity why is the AEB-L preferred so much over its carbon counterpart? I've used the 52100 and would assume it to be more popular , but thats all speculation because I've never used or...
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    Nope, this was put onto the big green egg at 375f...

    Nope, this was put onto the big green egg at 375f for about 40 mins and then cranked up to 600f to crisp the skin at the end.
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    I'm pretty sure you're looking for a gyuto. I'll...

    I'm pretty sure you're looking for a gyuto. I'll let the others chime in on recommendations, good luck with the child on the way :).
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    My not so traditional Thanksgiving meal.

    http://imgur.com/a/fbnmM

    Thanks to Mano for this awesome Duck Ballontine and The Food Lab for the batter recipe for the korean fried chicken. Hope everyone had a great holiday, this forum has...
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    This is exactly what I'm looking for, thank you!

    This is exactly what I'm looking for, thank you!
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    Sujihiki for a first timer.

    LOCATION-
    USA

    KNIFE TYPE-
    Sujihiki

    Are you right or left handed?
    Right

    Are you interested in a Western handle (e.g., classic Wusthof handle) or Japanese handle?
  16. Thread: Help with duck

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    I'm going to cook on the big green egg with...

    I'm going to cook on the big green egg with indirect heat at about 400F, I'll also probably score the skin and occasionally poke with a knife to let some of the rendered fat drip out.
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    Sorry for the late reply guys, I suppose a trip...

    Sorry for the late reply guys, I suppose a trip to the grocery store is all I can do until I quit buying knives and save for a 12 ga. Otherwise Mano shared an awesome ballotine recipe with me, I hope...
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    My Takeda has awesome food release properties due...

    My Takeda has awesome food release properties due to the KU finish, and is pretty thin behind the edge.
  19. That stone will be just fine for sharpening what...

    That stone will be just fine for sharpening what your looking for. The idea is to not remove more metal than you need to. A 'slow' cutter or higher grit stone is ideal for touch ups, while the 1k...
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    Hot water is always a better cleaner and it dries...

    Hot water is always a better cleaner and it dries much faster.
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    A member PMed me with a stellar duck ballotine...

    A member PMed me with a stellar duck ballotine recipe that I think I'm going to give a shot. Do you have any tips as to how to present the duck as a whole roasted bird?
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    Help with duck

    The last three years for thanksgiving I have prepared a whole duck. The guests seem to think it was awesome, I feel like there was a bit to desire. I'm looking for something more simple than the...
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    Read the stickies on the Bladesmith's Forum.

    Read the stickies on the Bladesmith's Forum.
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    Another vote for Global here.

    Another vote for Global here.
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    +1 to rare custom order sharpies

    +1 to rare custom order sharpies
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