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  1. I'll go against the grain and am in favor of...

    I'll go against the grain and am in favor of electric slicers. Nothing is better to slice 195 degree brisket.

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    Home Cook Kitchen gear

    Clarence, I guess it depends on the woks shape. These days every pot manufacturer has a shape that they deem an improvement to the original-flattened open bowl with a round bottom made of hammered...
  3. Incredible mark. I can't stop looking at these...

    Incredible mark. I can't stop looking at these pieces. I'd hate to have your job. I'd be hoarding it all for myself.
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    The actual teeth or micro planes are the same...

    The actual teeth or micro planes are the same size on both models. The pro has a larger patch of micro planes, more importantly is all stainless steel which is a requirement for my MP. Comes with a...
  5. Thread: edge pro

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    The primary issues I had with the EP is that you...

    The primary issues I had with the EP is that you can't thin a knife properly and it leaves very sharp shoulders, even if you contentiously adjust the angle of the stone multiple times on one side.
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    Own Design Takeda 240 Gyuto

    Nice handwork Magnus no doubt. It does look and sound like your applying a decent amount of force on the blade to make the cuts. My Takeda Banno had thick secondary bevels, though sharp as hell....
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    It's funny how conversation topics go oblique. I...

    It's funny how conversation topics go oblique. I use my MP for grating soft and hard cheese mostly. Sometime carrots. It depends on the type of zest I'm looking for. For lemon zest for tortellini or...
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    Righteous Randy & Jr.

    Righteous Randy & Jr.
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    Cadberry, I'm pretty sure that there was a...

    Cadberry, I'm pretty sure that there was a discussion on round Chinese cutting board. Even with a metal strap it will crack. Also, I believe that the best way to lessen the cracking is to always keep...
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    How could I forget Kitchen Sizers. In my kitchen...

    How could I forget Kitchen Sizers. In my kitchen their used as much as knives, ok almost. HA
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    Home Cook Kitchen gear

    Instant read thermometer (thermopen)
    Lots of small spoons
    Microplanes
    Rubber spatulas, lots
    Small bowls for prep
    COMPLETE stainless steel bowl set without rubber bottoms
    Salad spinner
    Grease...
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    Dave good for you. What tomatoes did you use? I...

    Dave good for you. What tomatoes did you use? I like your choice of toppings and your wife's crust sound perfect. I resorted to a frozen, roll out shell. It tasted like one too.

    I had to laugh...
  13. They are delicious. I can get them in my local...

    They are delicious. I can get them in my local Asian Market I'm just suspect of the freshness
  14. Dardeau,nice Pleagic. What do you hook them on a...

    Dardeau,nice Pleagic. What do you hook them on a circle hook? I've found pompanos to have really hard pallets. how much did it weigh? My last catch. Just call me Big Knife Little Fish

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  15. Sticky: Great work nick and the ham looks good to

    Great work nick and the ham looks good to
  16. Thread: Pastrami

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    Now that looks delicious!

    Now that looks delicious!
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    I decided to slice the meat for lunch today. I...

    I decided to slice the meat for lunch today. I was excited and nervous as I wasn't really sure how to carve it. Tasted like moist soft but firm smokey well seasoned spicy beef. As I started to cut...
  18. Sticky: Looks fantastic Nick Wonderful crum, I have not...

    Looks fantastic Nick Wonderful crum, I have not been as successful with my no knead.
  19. Vai, I'd be curious how it compares to well HT...

    Vai, I'd be curious how it compares to well HT Ginsanko/ginsan? Given your experience with knives, you've piqued my interest in those akifusa's.
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    Solid, your intuition is correct. You can use a...

    Solid, your intuition is correct. You can use a laser for those tasks but you'll likely roll/ chip the blade even if very careful. Then you won't have a sharp knife even if very thin.
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    Thanks for posting Mark. Always love your...

    Thanks for posting Mark. Always love your adventures. Sometimes gold turns up sometimes it's dog poop but it's all good!
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    Just messing with Bear but thanks for the clarity.

    Just messing with Bear but thanks for the clarity.
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    Shout out to Microplane

    Just wanted to share some FB on a great experience I just had with Microplane's customer service. I bought their professional series of graters about a year or so ago. I used the very fine/spice...
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    Old Hickory 14" Bullnose

    I say get the plates out. What do you have to lose? Plates sound like the way to go. It's not like your trying to sharpen on 9 inch plates or anything. Please video the process we don't get to see...
  25. Thread: Pickles

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    Larry you're very likely to find fresh bay laurel...

    Larry you're very likely to find fresh bay laurel in the herb area of the grocery store in those little plastic containers. I'm lucky as I have two bays growing in the yard as ornamentals.
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