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    Favorite comfort foods

    Chili con carne with wild mushrooms, over rice.
    Poutine if I'm drunk.
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    Japanese Cast Iron Kettle (Tetsubin)

    Korin,

    Yeah, I did read about the benefits of cast iron for the purpose of tea making. While I think it should be a nice addition, I am always careful not to believe the hype too quickly. An iron...
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    Japanese Cast Iron Kettle (Tetsubin)

    Hey I know that this is a knife forum, but I am guessing that since many of us are into Japanese knives, there should be a few also interested in Japanese tea making.

    I would like to buy a cast...
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    mothers day paring knives and new makers mark

    By the way, this method does not appear to work on the mobile iPhone app, it just shows a broken link.

    Del, since I would guess that many of your (potential) customers browse this forum on a...
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    That san mai paring knife is a beauty,...

    That san mai paring knife is a beauty, congratulation to the buyer!
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    You sir, are a gentleman and a scholar, thank...

    You sir, are a gentleman and a scholar, thank you!

    If I wanted to replicate the process, would a simple blowtorch do the trick, or there are more steps involved?

    Cheers
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    Burnt Chestnut wood

    Hello everyone,

    I often see "burnt chestnut" handles on Japanese knives (I also just ordered one). I browsed the web a bit, and knife handles seem the only object where this wood is mentioned;...
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    If you are willing to go a bit higher than 20$,...

    If you are willing to go a bit higher than 20$, I'd recommend the CCK cleaver, about 40$ for the 1303 I believe. I'm in love with mine.
  9. Thread: pocket knives

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    Buck knives are good, either the very classic 110...

    Buck knives are good, either the very classic 110 or others, I quite like the Alpha Dorado personnally.

    Everyone should have an Opinel too, seeing how cheap they are despite the quality. I...
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    Great summary CDP, thanks! I usually proceed...

    Great summary CDP, thanks!

    I usually proceed in a similar way as what you are describing here. The only thing is that I do not sand above 300-400 grit before applying the oil; I feel the oil...
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    Yeah, I'm used to tung oil taking forever to dry....

    Yeah, I'm used to tung oil taking forever to dry. It can be annoying for volume production, but I don't really mind for that kind of small scale job (except I won't be able to use the knife for a few...
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    Ebony handle, putting a finish on it?

    Hello everyone,

    I have an Asai guyto with an ebony handle. It looks like there is no finish at all on the handle. I quite like pure tung oil, and I have the bad habit of putting it on pretty much...
  13. Well thanks all for your input! Finally I was...

    Well thanks all for your input! Finally I was able to buy that Asai gyuto from Don, on this very forum, for a price I could afford. The guy even added another gyuto for me to practice my sharpening...
  14. I'm a big fan of Lee Valley for anything related...

    I'm a big fan of Lee Valley for anything related to knives and woodworking, they usually carry quality stuff. Canadian company, but low cost shipping to US from what I've been told. I never tried...
  15. Bump! Has anyone used/seen the knives I linked in...

    Bump! Has anyone used/seen the knives I linked in the post above by any chance?
  16. Interesting replies, thanks! So I am narrowing...

    Interesting replies, thanks!

    So I am narrowing down a bit and I would love some feedback! :

    - Itto-Ryu Hammered 210 Gyuto White #2 (love the look, but can't find many reviews, anyone is...
  17. Looking for a first gyuto, 200$ and below, 210mm hammered carbon steel

    Hi there! I am considering getting my first Japanese kitchen knife and I am looking for suggestions. Since my friends and family might use that knife and mess it up, and do not want to pay too much...
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