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    As a general category, New Zealand. But my...

    As a general category, New Zealand.

    But my very best lamb has been buying direct from the grower in Oregon, and making arrangements with the butcher myself.
  2. dough for pizza and pasta rolling pasta with the...

    dough for pizza and pasta
    rolling pasta with the roller attachment
    mixing sausage (ground with a hand grinder, stuffed with a Grizzly brand stuffer)
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    I'm so glad I live in town where we can get great...

    I'm so glad I live in town where we can get great oysters served naked, and the clientele is perfectly happy with this. Because I get grumpy when somebody messes with my oysters :spankarse:
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    For whatever reason, my photo links aren't...

    For whatever reason, my photo links aren't working. Here's a link to the photoset
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    OK, so I've had this block for a while now. I...

    OK, so I've had this block for a while now. I figure it's time to give some feedback. Overall, I'm pretty happy with it.

    Pros:
    * holds a lot of knives
    * holds larger knives than most...
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    Don't put all your eggs in one basket -- consider...

    Don't put all your eggs in one basket -- consider buying a cleaver as well. This cleaver is well worth the low price of entry, and would be a great way to find out if you like cleavers or not.
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    So I've had this knife a couple of weeks. Up...

    So I've had this knife a couple of weeks. Up until today, I've mostly done small jobs with it (I'm a home cook). Today I made a big pot of winter soup (beans, cabbage, ham hock. etc), and I really...
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    Yeah, widening your stance definitely helps, as...

    Yeah, widening your stance definitely helps, as does a taller cutting board.

    Also, a good tall cleaver helps the situation immensely :D
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    That's certainly what came to my mind. I have...

    That's certainly what came to my mind. I have one, and like it pretty well. It's your basic Tanaka: F&F could be improved, but the steel is great and the knife is quite functional for the price.
  10. If you are cutting salad, what you are seeing...

    If you are cutting salad, what you are seeing isn't wedging. Maybe stiction.
  11. Are you willing to forgo rock chopping and learn...

    Are you willing to forgo rock chopping and learn other methods of cutting? There aren't many (any?) japanese style knives that will hold up well to rock chopping.
  12. If you plan on learning to sharpen, do you have a...

    If you plan on learning to sharpen, do you have a separate budget for waterstones?
  13. This spice grinder:...

    This spice grinder: http://www.amazon.com/Cuisinart-SG-10-Electric-Spice-and-Nut-Grinder/dp/B001C2GWTI/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1393724547&sr=8-1&keywords=spice+grinder+cuisinart

    The best part is...
  14. Got my replacement Sansaire today. It works! ...

    Got my replacement Sansaire today. It works! Got some eggs going; should be done in about 40 minutes.
  15. This happened to me, and they were prompt about...

    This happened to me, and they were prompt about responding. Don't have the replacement yet, but hopefully soon.
  16. Cool. I'll go with the 400, or maybe even the...

    Cool. I'll go with the 400, or maybe even the 600 (the website says that this cuts quickly, and it's splash-and-go, which is how I'm used to doing things -- I sent Jon an email asking his opinion). ...
  17. First Foray Into Thinning: What Stone?

    So I'm going to try thinning my Hiro AS 210.

    I'm going to pick up one of the big flattening plates from JKI. I already have a 6" DMT XXC, and Shapton Pro 1000 + 5000.

    Do I need another...
  18. Is that a D-handle? Or octagonal? Hard to tell...

    Is that a D-handle? Or octagonal? Hard to tell in the picture.
  19. Great idea. I usually use my crock pot for this,...

    Great idea. I usually use my crock pot for this, but in sous vide, you won't need nearly as much duck fat.
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    Grats! We used to live in Minneapolis proper,...

    Grats! We used to live in Minneapolis proper, east of the river. Up north of the U. We had this old Victorian. Loved the house, but nothing was square and level, and nothing was standard. The...
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    You'd better start sharpening your own right...

    You'd better start sharpening your own right away; sounds like the pros you are using aren't doing a great job.

    So I'd budget some cash for a stone somewhere between 800 and 1200 grit.
    ...
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    So I grabbed the Sugimoto OMS No 6 on Rakuten for...

    So I grabbed the Sugimoto OMS No 6 on Rakuten for $432 plus shipping. For the curious: http://global.rakuten.com/en/store/subaru/item/4106/

    That was a bit out of my comfort zone, but not as much...
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    Help Me Choose a Cleaver

    I bought a cheapie cleaver from Taiwan, made of VG10. I find myself reaching for it more and more often, so I think it's time to upgrade. My budget is $300, though I could break that budget for the...
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    I don't know if you were thinking of the Ginsanko...

    I don't know if you were thinking of the Ginsanko or Aogami Super, but I have the Hiro AS 210 gyuto and love it. Great value.
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    How does one contact Tilman?

    How does one contact Tilman?
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