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    I, for one, am jealous. Good for you, Marko

    I, for one, am jealous. Good for you, Marko
  2. How long do you steam it for?

    How long do you steam it for?
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    Been making stock in my Kuhn-Rikon pressure...

    Been making stock in my Kuhn-Rikon pressure cooker as per the Modernist Cuisine recipes; quicker and easy
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    Bel Canto amp with WW2 vintage 845s and Amperex...

    Bel Canto amp with WW2 vintage 845s and Amperex 12AX7s
    Conrad Johnson Premier 14 with Mullard 6GK5s
    Conrad Johnson Premier 12 with NOS Tung-Sol 6550s
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    i'm in. Thanks very much!

    i'm in. Thanks very much!
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    mostly savory stuff. I thought a blast chiller...

    mostly savory stuff. I thought a blast chiller was prohibitive more so than the Paco
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    Paco in the house?

    Is the Pacojet a device that can be employed by the (excessive) home cook? Is a blast chiller a mandatory piece of equipment to use the Paco properly?
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    Thermomix in USA?

    Any advice about buying a Thermomix in the US? Availability seems limited, possibly only via Canada?

    Anybody have direct experience with it?
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    Rice flour waffles for breakfast Goat Curry for...

    Rice flour waffles for breakfast
    Goat Curry for dinner
  10. Thread: Sawing Bones

    by pitonboy
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    Sawing Bones

    Is there a particular kind of manual saw or sawblade to use when cutting bones for, say, making bone-in ribeyes or pork chops from whole loins? I think a bandsaw would be overkill and a cleaver not...
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    Hahahahahahahaha Make Dave do it!

    Hahahahahahahaha
    Make Dave do it!
  12. Not fair! Pics before Christmas when I should be...

    Not fair! Pics before Christmas when I should be thinking of buying presents for others
    So tempting...
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    So just because I went through most of this...

    So just because I went through most of this thread looking for it but didn't find it: Is there a good mail-order source for roasted whole beans and I don't mean S-------- crap?
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    -sigh- Yep

    -sigh-
    Yep
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    I would have a lot of derogatory things to say...

    I would have a lot of derogatory things to say about both urgent care and ER docs putting stitches in
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    Yay! A big white ball of goodness headed my way....

    Yay! A big white ball of goodness headed my way. Some nice risotto with shaved truffle on it--perfect for the cool November evenings
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    A vertical disc sander with a miter table is an...

    A vertical disc sander with a miter table is an easy way but only if you plan on continuing to make handles. Freehand is almost impossible. As far as cutting thin wood spacers, a bandsaw would work...
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    Ill put in for one

    Ill put in for one
  19. Thread: New In!

    by pitonboy
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    Welcome!

    Welcome!
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    Welcome, Chef!

    Welcome, Chef!
  21. Thread: Kitchen Gear

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    Hi Marko: For a home meat grinder, would get the...

    Hi Marko: For a home meat grinder, would get the Kitchenaid mixer and add the meat grinder attachment. For the sous vide, look at the Sansaire device which is about to come out. For a vacuum...
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    Don't most of your knives exceed expectations?

    Don't most of your knives exceed expectations?
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    [QUOTE=DitmasPork;250104]Some of the wa-gyutos on...

    [QUOTE=DitmasPork;250104]Some of the wa-gyutos on the Bloodroot Blades website look to have a very flat profile.[/QUOTE
    This is true; they have a very flat profile if desired
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    Are the stands up on the website? Having trouble...

    Are the stands up on the website? Having trouble finding them...
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    Ahhhhhhhh...all good

    Ahhhhhhhh...all good
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