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    No, that would be me. :)

    No, that would be me. :)
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    in again

    in again
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    In for today. Oh, and I love my HHH knife btw. ...

    In for today. Oh, and I love my HHH knife btw. :)
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    Totally agree here. Don't go serrated. IMO,...

    Totally agree here. Don't go serrated. IMO, serrated steak knives are a waste. You are just are better off with a sharp, non serrated knife. Korin has these if you want to go inexpensive...
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    If you watch the video from the Zwillings website...

    If you watch the video from the Zwillings website that Dave posted above. Bob Kramer never says "AEB-L" but he does say "This stuff was originally designed for razor blades" So, yes, AEB-L. :) I...
  6. Welcome to the board Steve....and hold on to your...

    Welcome to the board Steve....and hold on to your wallet! :)
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    I am sure they are a relative "bargain" but I...

    I am sure they are a relative "bargain" but I actually really don't like the profile of the Kramer knives. Personally, I've only ever used one of the Zwillings models. But, I understand the profile...
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    Thanks for all the recommendations. I think I...

    Thanks for all the recommendations. I think I may pickup one of the Tanakas from Ebay. Not bad for the price. And maybe pickup a Carbonext, as well.
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    :D

    :D
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    Stainless Petty recommendations

    I am currently using a Hiromoto AS 150mm petty that I absolutely love. The problem is...so does my wife. Who, even after constant reminding, leaves it sitting out dirty or when she does clean it....
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    As a musician, I see exotic guitar tops. :) At...

    As a musician, I see exotic guitar tops. :) At least if they were longer. I guess you could make a tiny guitar top. LOL
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    At your local theater. It just came out last...

    At your local theater. It just came out last week. :)
  13. 100% agree. Start really cheap if you want...

    100% agree. Start really cheap if you want something to learn on. The Konosuke is a great knife but not one I would recommend for "learning" IMO, that's one you would want as one of your long term...
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    Yes...that's the one. The cafe at Andretti's is...

    Yes...that's the one. The cafe at Andretti's is marginal, at best. So, you will probably want to head to the historic area if you want to eat. A lot of the places in Historic Roswell are slightly...
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    Enjoy the trip. All the places I mentioned are at...

    Enjoy the trip. All the places I mentioned are at least convenient to Buckhead. If you want to look at "non-traditional" burgers. You may want to try Flip Burger. There is one in Buckhead. The...
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    I guess the first question is where are you...

    I guess the first question is where are you staying? Are you staying in the city? and if so, what part? Some of my lower cost recommendations in the city are:

    Fox Brothers BBQ (texas style)...
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    I just ate at Ducks Eatery this weekend. It was...

    I just ate at Ducks Eatery this weekend. It was excellent and not too terribly expensive. The food had influences from Louisiana, Southern BBQ and Asia. The Smoked Duck salad and Yakamein soup...
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    I'm in for one

    I'm in for one
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    In theory, with a stemless glass the heat from...

    In theory, with a stemless glass the heat from your hand is going to heat the glass...and therefore the wine. How much truth to that there is, I don't know. I don't have any stemless glasses and if...
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    I would second this. I use mine a lot. It can do...

    I would second this. I use mine a lot. It can do a lot more than a pairing knife. Great for 'quick' jobs
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    Definitely not worth the hassle. I did it once...

    Definitely not worth the hassle. I did it once with a group of other people who really wanted to go. It's just buffet southern food. While I love southern food...it's still a buffet. And the...
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    I also forgot to mention. I've heard good things...

    I also forgot to mention. I've heard good things about Alligator Soul but have not personally tried that one yet.
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    100% agree on all the above. Definitely do the...

    100% agree on all the above. Definitely do the Old Pink House. But, as Dave suggested. The downstairs bar is a lot of fun too and the menu is the same. There's is an Irish pub down on the river...
  24. Thread: Bread knife?

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    It would tear the blade up in a heartbeat! :)

    It would tear the blade up in a heartbeat! :)
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    For those using the Gude...a question. One of...

    For those using the Gude...a question. One of the major advantages to the Mac and Tojiro is the curved blade. Which gives you knuckle clearance and also allows more of the knife edge to be in...
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