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  1. Let's have the draft at 6:30 on a Saturday night....

    Let's have the draft at 6:30 on a Saturday night. Im sure everyone will be free then.:hungry:

    Oh, and go O's!
  2. I replied early on but didn't actually say "I'm...

    I replied early on but didn't actually say "I'm in" so I don't know if I am or not. I leave that up to the brave soul who volunteered to be commish. If I'm in, my preference is ESPN.
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    Well, it seems it came two weeks ago while I was...

    Well, it seems it came two weeks ago while I was out of town. As I discovered this morning while recycling newspapers, instead of leaving it in my pile of mail, my wife took it out of its wrapper and...
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    I'm very happy with my 150mm Yoshikane petty with...

    I'm very happy with my 150mm Yoshikane petty with the hammer finish (tsuchime). I think they go for around $150.
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    Lucky Peach #12 out yet?

    Has anyone who subscribes to LP gotten their copy yet? I'm really hoping to get mine before going to L.A. on vacation this weekend. Supposed to be on newsstands the 19th.

    Otherwise I'll have to...
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    That's for sure. When I got my first car at 21...

    That's for sure. When I got my first car at 21 (1970 Opel Manta) I wondered how fast it could go, so on a really foggy night on a country 2 lane highway I got it up to 90 mph, thinking that in the...
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    Govt. Mule a la Woodberry Kitchen in Baltimore...

    Govt. Mule a la Woodberry Kitchen in Baltimore with Tito's vodka and Ithaca Beer Co. ginger beer (bought a case on a trip north last week).
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    Tipsy thrice-doused clam paws with tempura...

    Tipsy thrice-doused clam paws with tempura spinach knots.

    So wrong on so many levels, it's gotta be off the hook.
  9. I have that very same Masamoto. It was my first J...

    I have that very same Masamoto. It was my first J knife. It was a bit heftier than I expected and the 70/30 bevel was different but I quickly grew to really like it.
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    Macallan is a good place to start. Love the 18'...

    Macallan is a good place to start. Love the 18' but the 12 is more than adequate. You might also want to check out Oban, which is another good entry single malt.
  11. Will this be for $ or just kitchen cred? Loser...

    Will this be for $ or just kitchen cred? Loser has to get a tattoo of a Cutco knife with the words "I couldn't cut it in KKF fantasy football?"

    I've done ESPN and, while not perfect, was pretty...
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    I actually did think about mint. And chilies -...

    I actually did think about mint. And chilies - making sort of a frozen salsa - as I have jalapeņos to harvest.

    Damn spell check. First post, it should be "savory", not "story". Couldn't find where...
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    Watermelon lemon sorbet

    Just made a batch this afternoon. It is soooo good and refreshing. Consistency of slush.
    I thought about adding something story to it next time. What do you think would go well with watermelon?...
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    Butter can be OK for those who are lactose...

    Butter can be OK for those who are lactose intolerant.

    As for tuna, no mayo, I hate mayo but realize it is a necessary evil in tuna and egg salad (if used sparingly). What I can't fathom is why...
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    I've really wanted to try the 21 y.o. SB but have...

    I've really wanted to try the 21 y.o. SB but have never found it over here, at least near me, and you by law can't get alcohol shipped to Maryland.
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    A wee dram of 15 y.o. Springbank.

    A wee dram of 15 y.o. Springbank.
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    Going to be in San Diego (I've eaten at Taka and...

    Going to be in San Diego (I've eaten at Taka and Nippon) in July and West Hollywood in August. Any suggestions?
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    I was hoping to make it - am even going to be in...

    I was hoping to make it - am even going to be in Reading on Saturday- but it's not going to happen. Maybe next year.
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    G &T with Dry Fly (American) gin and Fever Tree...

    G &T with Dry Fly (American) gin and Fever Tree Tonic, and of course a wedge of lime.
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    I like Samuel Smith's Organic Cider from England....

    I like Samuel Smith's Organic Cider from England. Fox Barrel in CA makes some interesting pear cider. Lots of options at my local liquor store - some good, some not so much.

    I used to brew my own...
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    Thanks for the suggestions. I like the looks of...

    Thanks for the suggestions. I like the looks of that A. Wright stag a lot and the Mcusta is nice, but I might just try and be practical and get the Opinel No.8 Garden.
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    Kitchen garden knife

    Now that I'm starting to harvest heirloom leaf lettuce from the back 40 (sq. feet) I am thinking about a knife for harvesting lettuce, herbs, chili peppers, etc. I used my Ealy parer last evening for...
  23. Thread: Ealy Parer

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    Del, I really like my parer. I can see that some...

    Del,
    I really like my parer. I can see that some might think it thicker than their preference, but for my purposes it is great.I do use a thinner parer (Shun Classic) for some jobs.
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    Of course, then you'd have to get the matching...

    Of course, then you'd have to get the matching petty. It's a slippery slope...
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    I haven't had it that long. NO ChoP can speak to...

    I haven't had it that long. NO ChoP can speak to it more than I can. But at 1/3 less weight yet 15mm longer compared to my western-handled Masamoto it feels quite nimble.
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