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    I've got it and am in the middle of my tryout --...

    I've got it and am in the middle of my tryout -- am I right that I'm the last stop in North America? Any last takers before I make arrangements to send it down under?
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    Would love to get in line for a new style in...

    Would love to get in line for a new style in AEB-L -- will send PP today. Thanks!
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    I agree about the cladding -- that's my least...

    I agree about the cladding -- that's my least favorite Moritaka characteristic.
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    Until I see an honest statistical survey of the...

    Until I see an honest statistical survey of the over grinds, I'll go with my own experience, which tells a different story. There's so much exaggeration, innuendo, and slippage (in reports between...
  5. Thread: Steak knives

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    My preference, anymore, is to slice and sauce...

    My preference, anymore, is to slice and sauce when plating, which makes for a cleaner presentation, better eating, and less worry about knives. Maybe that's insufficiently primal for some steak...
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    Sounds great -- thanks, Don.

    Sounds great -- thanks, Don.
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    That covers it perfectly.

    That covers it perfectly.
  8. Thread: Must love Jeeps

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    Oh, for sure -- but I'm already pretty well ahead...

    Oh, for sure -- but I'm already pretty well ahead with a Texas truck. It's amazing how bad an 8-10 year old car starts to get.

    K-Fed, what year is yours?
  9. Thread: Must love Jeeps

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    That definitely qualifies as rotten -- and a nice...

    That definitely qualifies as rotten -- and a nice improvement.

    I just bought an '07 GC with the V8 and QT2 4WD -- bought it before moving out of Texas, and brought it up to northern Indiana in...
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    I freeze, too -- and now that I've got a deep...

    I freeze, too -- and now that I've got a deep freeze in the garage, I'll probably have it full within a few months....

    Marinara keeps for a very long time. I also freeze blanched tomatoes and...
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    Zwiefel Dardeau Edipisreks - Cincinnati Ohio...

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    Mkmk - northern Indiana
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    I'm flexible -- whatever works best is fine for...

    I'm flexible -- whatever works best is fine for me. I'm near Chicago, btw.
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    I've got one of the earlier Bark River small...

    I've got one of the earlier Bark River small chefs in 12c27, and it's perfectly fine. It's not as hard, nor does it take as fine an edge, as the best stainless, but it's a good knife. It's rather...
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    Mine are already finished, and it was my worst...

    Mine are already finished, and it was my worst crop in years. Cool spring, then just when they should have had their best production in May/June, it got too hot. Mrrrph.
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    Yum. I do them pan-roasted. Quick sear, then...

    Yum. I do them pan-roasted. Quick sear, then remove to a warm oven. I make a pan sauce with demi-glace, white wine, and apple cider. I usually then thinly slice the chops, return to pan, and dump...
  16. Thread: Machete

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    For a basic but solid tool, I've got a Tramontina...

    For a basic but solid tool, I've got a Tramontina that I bought for around $30 with a cordura sheath. It came with essentially no edge, but it's now my preferred agave butchering device. For...
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    What do you charge a vendor to participate? $500?...

    What do you charge a vendor to participate? $500? $1000? Whatever the price, your scenario that leaves no space between non-participation and full investment means that you literally have a...
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    Then maybe the terms of use could use some...

    Then maybe the terms of use could use some revision. For someone to have to pay a high price (presumably something considerably higher than the $250 hobbyist rate) to respond to a criticism is the...
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    I have zero interest in the Onion knives, and...

    I have zero interest in the Onion knives, and don't know the guy, but given the level of criticism here, it seems reasonable to let him respond. This place has enough of an insider vibe and powerful...
  20. Good luck with that lawsuit. Sheesh.

    Good luck with that lawsuit.

    Sheesh.
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    If you're keeping a waiting list, I'd love to be...

    If you're keeping a waiting list, I'd love to be on it. These look great!
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    Yup, a lot of the stuff bearing the Northwoods...

    Yup, a lot of the stuff bearing the Northwoods name has either been made or finished by Bark River (Northwoods is now owned by the owner of Knives Ship Free, who is a Bark River distributor, and he's...
  23. Thread: Which one?

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    Yup, that's what I meant: by the time you clear...

    Yup, that's what I meant: by the time you clear $200, the Gesshin or Konosuke start to become a lot more attractive. Hard to go wrong with either of them.

    I really like the Konosuke...
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    I like AS Moritakas for the price -- great steel,...

    I like AS Moritakas for the price -- great steel, easy to sharpen, and I like the look and feel. I wouldn't call them a laser, though, even though they're generally reasonably thin at the spine. ...
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    Sticky: I could contribute something, and can help...

    I could contribute something, and can help process photos.
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