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    I wasn't impressed with the the edge retention of...

    I wasn't impressed with the the edge retention of the Hiromoto AS. I didn't feel that it held an edge longer than my Global G2 or CarboNext.

    I Also can't think of a single western knife that...
  2. Thread: Cookware Set?

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    If you don't have a big family, here by's what I...

    If you don't have a big family, here by's what I would recommend (I have either owned or used all of these):

    Small durable non-stick skillet for eggs, delicate fish
    Medium size thicket carbon...
  3. Thread: Oyster ideas?

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    I've thought about XO sauce for raw preparations...

    I've thought about XO sauce for raw preparations and have thought that a relish of sorts made with a little XO and the oil, with some thinly julienned green onion (white part only), small cilantro...
  4. I think I am +2 here. Sharpness is a product...

    I think I am +2 here.

    Sharpness is a product of the skill of the sharpener, far, far more than the type steel.
  5. QUOTE=Pensacola Tiger;293447]If your buying...

    QUOTE=Pensacola Tiger;293447]If your buying decisions are price-sensitive, then perhaps they are not. The market, however, has a different perception, since all of the knives Carter posts are sold in...
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    The problem with larger handles is that you're...

    The problem with larger handles is that you're limited to certain grips or forcing people to use certain grips. Using a lighter grip may be better for a pinch grip, but there are other cuts that may...
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    I would never choose a Hiromoto, TKC, etc. over...

    I would never choose a Hiromoto, TKC, etc. over my Gesshin Ginga, and I've owned a Hiromoto and currently own a real TKC.

    One thing to think about is the point of reference people have when they...
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    Neal - I've looked at Cookshacks, especially...

    Neal -

    I've looked at Cookshacks, especially at the FEC cookers, but I've shied away from them because I've gone to BBQ restaurants that use them (the non-pellet ones) and I haven't been...
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    I forgot about this one. Weber customer...

    I forgot about this one.

    Weber customer service is great. I've bought lots of parts from them so I can eventually refurbish my old Performer.

    Neal: Nice. I looked at Klose a while back and...
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    I don't know how the XL compares to a large...

    I don't know how the XL compares to a large because it never owned a large. I don't generally cook at 225 - I usually cook at 260 to 275 - but, using larger chunks of natural hardwood charcoal, I...
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    Thanks for the info, Neal. I remember seeing...

    Thanks for the info, Neal. I remember seeing Byron of Butt Rub fame using the stretch Cajun to cook chickens on a rotisserie on the stretch. The design looks pretty good, but because I primarily...
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    The Cajun Grills look like good options. But,...

    The Cajun Grills look like good options. But, there aren't many grills lighter than Webers. The only thing I've never liked about Webers for grilling is the lack of cooking area of the 22 1/2 - the...
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    Do you want to be able at move the cooker by...

    Do you want to be able at move the cooker by yourself?
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    Neal - Which Cajun Grill do you have?

    Neal -

    Which Cajun Grill do you have?
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    I will add that a BGE is really good if you want...

    I will add that a BGE is really good if you want to cook for long periods of time and if you want to cook during cold temperatures.

    I think there are several key issues to consider before deciding...
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    Randy - What do you want to know about a BGE?...

    Randy -

    What do you want to know about a BGE? I've had an XL BGE for two years and cook on it at least every other week.

    I'll start by offering this info. If you want to transport a BGE, you...
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    Why don't you do a video to show us that it takes...

    Why don't you do a video to show us that it takes 2 minutes?
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    I have at least one Japanese fish cutting...

    I have at least one Japanese fish cutting technique book that shows a yanagiba being used to fillet a fish - a small salmon, in fact - and to cut through bones.

    Nonetheless, I don't disagree...
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    If there were, you'd have read about something...

    If there were, you'd have read about something about it here.
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    There are Kanehisa yanagibas available from Hida...

    There are Kanehisa yanagibas available from Hida Tools in Berkeley, where I bought mine nearly 20 years ago, for under $100. But, if they are anything like the one I have, they are just OK and do...
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    I've never used one, but seriously looked at...

    I've never used one, but seriously looked at several pellet cookers, including the larger Traeger models. Here are the pros in my opinion:

    1. Easy to use - set it and forget it, or change temps...
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    I've had mine for close to ten years. I've only...

    I've had mine for close to ten years. I've only changed the battery once and had to call customer service once for a screen issue that was quickly resolved without return.

    I use it for...
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    Your, "Your website is broken!" comment certainly...

    Your, "Your website is broken!" comment certainly showed no civility toward Dave, yet you defended it to the bitter end. Now that you've been called out for a thoughtless proposal, you're crying...
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    Are you prepared for the care that these knives...

    Are you prepared for the care that these knives require?
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    Agreed. Some of the arguments and proposals in...

    Agreed.

    Some of the arguments and proposals in this thread are nearly thoughtless to the vendors and absurd.

    For knives, the vendor may have to do all of the following to sell a returned or...
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