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    Started when I was a kid too then I bought my...

    Started when I was a kid too then I bought my Randall Model 1 field knife in 1973 and a Ralph Bone skinning knife in 1974. I'm a fabricator I like hand made things.
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    Congratulations!!

    Congratulations!!
  3. Thread: Bread knife?

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    Bread knife isn't just for bread - ...

    Bread knife isn't just for bread -


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=dvNs4zB6zXg
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    I've used a sawzall to split deer too and it...

    I've used a sawzall to split deer too and it works great. Only thing is you either need to find raw blades, or find a way of taking the paint off of regular blades. I like to split them and keep...
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    A wonderful western style gyuto. These really...

    A wonderful western style gyuto. These really take a great edge and it holds up very well and it's very nimble for its size. My "All American" mag bar is populated with Carter, Devin, Ealy, Fowler,...
  6. Ho = magnolia. It's what usually comes on the...

    Ho = magnolia. It's what usually comes on the Shirogami series along with a resin ferrule.
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    I gifted mine to a friend for his birthday last...

    I gifted mine to a friend for his birthday last year. I see prices are going up I should order a 240mm gyuto before they get spendy. Too bad 330mate is the only vendor.
  8. Thread: Oyster ideas?

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    Shot glass is a great idea Salty!

    Shot glass is a great idea Salty!
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    If it were me I'd get them out of the water and...

    If it were me I'd get them out of the water and on ice for a week at least. They'll plump up nice after that they really need nothing - at least the Wellfleet oysters we get are like that. Of...
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    That Petty is dead sexy! :fanning: One of these...

    That Petty is dead sexy! :fanning: One of these days a gyuto will find its way here then the circle will be complete.
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    There are no vac/sealers in Oz? :scratchhead:

    There are no vac/sealers in Oz? :scratchhead:
  12. Thread: Oyster ideas?

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    Where are they from and how long have they been...

    Where are they from and how long have they been out of the water?
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    I'd like one of the paring in AEB-L if there is...

    I'd like one of the paring in AEB-L if there is one left. Doesn't matter what handle.
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    Del - you need a couple, few days off man if only...

    Del - you need a couple, few days off man if only to catch up with yourself.
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    Good call Mano I have a 10% discount coupon for...

    Good call Mano I have a 10% discount coupon for webstaurant.com This never ends does it?
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    I'm looking into vac sealers, but have been happy...

    I'm looking into vac sealers, but have been happy using Ziploc Vacuum bags since they came out. They also don't take up any counter space, food lasts a long time in the freezer and they work for...
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    That is a handsome knife Pierre.

    That is a handsome knife Pierre.
  18. I grew up with some crude knives so when I got a...

    I grew up with some crude knives so when I got a Sab back then I was thrilled. An Au Ritz has all the belly I would want on a knife. I like a flatter profile like the Mosomoto KS has and my Carter,...
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    Cross section looks delicious and the sauce looks...

    Cross section looks delicious and the sauce looks excellent as well. The corned beef I made was my first sous vide project and it turned out so well I'm game for more. Thinking I might need one of...
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    Bone marrow = a big yay from me. Anyone...

    Bone marrow = a big yay from me. Anyone remember that old TV add - "get to know what good is . . . " pretty much describes bone marrow IMO.
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    Dave which model did you get from Cabela's? The...

    Dave which model did you get from Cabela's? The commercial grade 15" one? They have several to choose from.
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    My most used parers are Ealy, HHH and Shun...

    My most used parers are Ealy, HHH and Shun Classic - yes I said Shun get over it. (Probably the best knife in their whole line - :lol2: )
  23. My meat grinder and my proc get a good workout...

    My meat grinder and my proc get a good workout when called on. Bakers racks are a must too.
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    What was nice about it was the fat didn't render...

    What was nice about it was the fat didn't render and the liquid was very flavorful. I trimmed the cap and seared it in a pan to crisp up. I will do this again no problem.
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    I've had mine for 25 yrs it's 3" x 3" x 5" long...

    I've had mine for 25 yrs it's 3" x 3" x 5" long with a diamond pattern on each end and large flat sides. All machined aluminum with a semi knurled handle. It's my baby! Or I use a small skillet...
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