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  1. been running it as a test for the last few weeks...

    been running it as a test for the last few weeks and it. does help. of course the girl they sent over to train me on it is a smoking hot Spanish Girl from Barcelona so, I forget half of what she...
  2. You should check out Chefmod as a vendor. They...

    You should check out Chefmod as a vendor. They actually will do all these things for you and you have the buying power of over 200 restaurants behind you.
  3. get it hot, dump some white distilled vinegar on...

    get it hot, dump some white distilled vinegar on it and scrub it with a grill wire brush
  4. Sticky: Actually, 18 layers. I forgot I had some homemade...

    Actually, 18 layers. I forgot I had some homemade pancetta in there also
  5. Sticky: And you end up with 15 layers of goodness.

    And you end up with 15 layers of goodness.
  6. Sticky: I made this the other day.I make lasagna about...

    I made this the other day.I make lasagna about once every three years or so. I either make this one or a Wild Boar, Portabello and goat cheese lasagna. This time I made a Free range, grass fed bison...
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    me too.

    me too.
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    I loved mine, got pretty damn sharp. I think...

    I loved mine, got pretty damn sharp. I think knyfeknerd did a rehandle on a paring knife.
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    thats nice!

    thats nice!
  10. INFO POST congratulations!

    congratulations!
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    I too, have used a 14" chef knife for a lot of...

    I too, have used a 14" chef knife for a lot of years and if the condition is good $120 isn't bad at all.
  12. they came in all sizes and when you were done...

    they came in all sizes and when you were done they looked like the small one.
  13. actually, this is what the first chef knives...

    actually, this is what the first chef knives looked like. they have this style all over medieval paintings and tapestries. It is quite versatile and comfortable to use. I have one somewhere that I...
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    here is a little blurb on the company I found....

    here is a little blurb on the company I found. They also had contracts with the military. The knives are tough and durable. They take a keen edge. During the 50's a lot cutlery companies had chrome...
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    The Cattaraugus Cutlery Company began as the New...

    The Cattaraugus Cutlery Company began as the New York distribution company J.B.F. Champlin and Son, founded by John Champlin and his son Tint in 1882. The Champlins expanded into knife production,...
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    Well, I jumped the gun here and I apologize. I...

    Well, I jumped the gun here and I apologize. I did not see Maxims reply and the Op's response. I just don't like it when folks make unfounded claims and unfortunately, I did it myself.
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    Maxim has been on vacation and isn't around. He...

    Maxim has been on vacation and isn't around. He posted he will be gone and that is why you haven't gotten a response from him. As for the dubious nature of his Kato's be aware that he was the on that...
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    Anybody, got a Kato I can borrow?

    Anybody, got a Kato I can borrow or any other heavy chef knife? I want to compare a few things and see whats what. Prefer one that hasn't been overly thinned as that would defeat the purpose.
    Thanks.
  19. It's not that guys here look down upon them....

    It's not that guys here look down upon them. Hell, quite a few of the guys here first got into Japanese knives because, of shuns and globals. It is more of a matter of moving beyond those knives and...
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    just walk with a cane or walking stick and know...

    just walk with a cane or walking stick and know how to use it. In many places like here in NYC a cane is the only legal "weapon" you can carry. what police officer can definitively say you don't need...
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    awesome work, brother. congratulations!

    awesome work, brother. congratulations!
  22. Funny, I was actually there this morning but,...

    Funny, I was actually there this morning but, couldn't get in because of all the damn hipster douchebags everywhere. I come home and see this post.
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    cattuagarus, made knives for the military along...

    cattuagarus, made knives for the military along with Ontario knife works, camillus and clyde. They had to last a long time, be tough and easily sharpenable. They are tough knives.
  24. American, 1830's-1840's probably made in...

    American, 1830's-1840's probably made in Massachusetts. There is a makers mark but, you can't read it at all. This style of knife construction was made for about a hundred years. Braised and pinned...
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    cattaraugus made good knives. Ralph is a little...

    cattaraugus made good knives. Ralph is a little expensive on most of his stuff but, he usually sells good stuff. It's not plated
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