Type: Posts; User: echerub
In for today! Thanks, Randy!
In again! Thanks Randy!
KKF: where jokes and wallets go to tell tales of woe :D
Man, I really feel like picking up some good fish from the market now and fileting something! Gahhhh... not my night to cook tonight and eating out with relatives tomorrow. Just gonna have to wait a...
Try things out with the deba alone first then :) Cross-cuts in the filets are no problem at all.
Sanmai oroshi is exactly what it's made to do :)
Cutting the heads in half was an interesting...
A 165 is sturdy enough to go through the spines of fish that size. It's not too light for that at all. Keep the edge in good shape and the spines should be no problem at all :)
In terms of...
In for today!
I actually do "patrol" the BST quite a bit. Of course I've noticed the number of GLWS, great knife, and wish-I-had-the-funds posts. My take on it is that these supportive posts reflect the community...
You should be okay with 165mm. Maybe even 150mm.
In for today; from KKF it's hard to keep me away!
This is a common affliction amongst home cooks here on KKF. Enjoy the journey :)
In for today!
KKF: Where no wallet survives untouched for long ;)
Bear in mind that those who are out to make knock-offs go only far enough to fool the customer's eye. Anything that is unseen is going to be given shortcuts all over the place.
A knockoff riding...
For most of us, this is probably true :)
In for today! Thanks again, Randy!
Interestingly, I just spent a while putting together 4 Ikea shelves. Three of them were made in the USA, one was made in Poland. The ones made in America are visibly better quality - the screws are...