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    Isn't Bearnaise normally made with shallots,...

    Isn't Bearnaise normally made with shallots, peppercorns and vinegar instead of the lemon juice that's in Hollandaise? I mean I get that tarragon is the biggest difference, but it's not like...
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    That would be my guess. I hardly do anything...

    That would be my guess.

    I hardly do anything to my board and never have issues. I oil it thoroughly maybe 2-3 times a year and when it's dirty I clean it with a sponge, usually without soap. If...
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    I actually think Von Blewitt is a decent name. It...

    I actually think Von Blewitt is a decent name. It sounds interesting and trendy.
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    I'm in. I don't have a Ealy knife, but I do...

    I'm in.

    I don't have a Ealy knife, but I do have Ealy wedding rings:

    http://i.imgur.com/ehR0j0X.jpg

    I'd love to get a petty or suji. Ideally damascus.

    Or a gyuto.
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    I'm in!

    I'm in!
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    I finally found the picture of our rings: ...

    I finally found the picture of our rings:

    http://i.imgur.com/ehR0j0X.jpg

    There's another piece not pictured that fits into the small one to make a full ring. I gave her half as the engagement...
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    I'll echo this. I had a similar issue with one of...

    I'll echo this. I had a similar issue with one of my first carbon pans where I seasoned it to the point of being black like cast iron. After a few weeks it all came off when I was cleaning it one...
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    I never had much luck in my cast iron, I think...

    I never had much luck in my cast iron, I think because they're not quite as smooth, but in a carbon pan all I need is a couple of drops of oil.
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    I've never used non-stick. I think I had one pan...

    I've never used non-stick. I think I had one pan in uni that I left behind in a move or something because I never used it.

    For a while I almost exclusively used cast iron, but I'll admit that eggs...
  10. Thread: Speed Test

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    http://www.speedtest.net/result/3183377488.png...

    http://www.speedtest.net/result/3183377488.png

    So uh, yeah. My work has good internet, especially when half the office is home for the holidays.
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    My family is from the Brockville area on my mom's...

    My family is from the Brockville area on my mom's side. I'd love to get my hands on a Brockville pan.

    edit: I'd love one of their axe's too, come to think of it.
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    Man, some of you guys have it pretty good. In...

    Man, some of you guys have it pretty good. In Toronto, if you include a condition like wanting a building inspection done you may as well not make an offer. Testing for lead paint and mould would be...
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    I have to advise against the home protection...

    I have to advise against the home protection plan. Unless you really, really, want the peace of mind, you're almost always better off just putting the money away yourself to pay for contingencies....
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    Of the places I've been in the US, Chicago was my...

    Of the places I've been in the US, Chicago was my favourite big city and Portland Oregon was my favourite place period. Rural Vermont and New Hampshire were really nice too, but probably not that...
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    Huh, I've been using a (bamboo, I think) thing...

    Huh, I've been using a (bamboo, I think) thing for a while that I really like, but have always called a spatula. It's not that different in shape from a spurtle, but it has holes in it which I...
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    I'm wearing a Del right now. It's great, the...

    I'm wearing a Del right now. It's great, the predominantly yellow and white gold I chose doesn't have a ton of distinction unless you look closely, but I suspect if you went with more red or green it...
  17. Cities are usually safer than rural areas, it...

    Cities are usually safer than rural areas, it just doesn't seem that way because they're so much more concentrated. Murder and crime rates are lower per capita though.

    Pok Pok is great! All the...
  18. Sticky: I love the Publican. Dead pig heaven!

    I love the Publican. Dead pig heaven!
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    Not mine obviously, but this fireplace is pretty...

    Not mine obviously, but this fireplace is pretty incredible:

    http://farm1.static.flickr.com/47/131000991_384790fb71.jpg

    Detail on the fireplace:
    ...
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    Guys, just to be clear, the bend in the tip is...

    Guys, just to be clear, the bend in the tip is very minor. Bending it the other way a couple of times almost completely removed it. Not really enough to call it a flaw at all, I shouldn't have even...
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    I just got this in the mail today. She's a...

    I just got this in the mail today. She's a beauty. Very flexible, gorgeous handle, good fit&finish all round. Nice work Pierre!

    You might not want to go quite so far on the bend test in the future...
  22. Thread: Steak knives

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    I have these too. They're great, but not that...

    I have these too. They're great, but not that affordable.
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    So thinning is done at no angle thinning behind...

    So thinning is done at no angle
    thinning behind the edge is done at a low angle (say 4-6 degrees?)
    The bevel is done at a moderate angle (10-18?)
    and the microbevel is done at a high angle (~25?)...
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    So what exactly is the difference between...

    So what exactly is the difference between thinning behind the edge and putting on a microbevel?
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    Yay! :D (That's my knife)

    Yay! :D

    (That's my knife)
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