I love it!
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I love it!
Degustation was the best meal of the trip. The grilled octopus dish was absolutely delicious and my favorite. The Nomad (Eleven Madison Park's sister restaurant) was great as well, we had their...
Just a quick recap, the wife and I had another amazing stay in NYC! If only we could afford to live in the East Village… We ate at Degustation, Nomad, Han Jan and of course Shake Shack. Every...
You're all missing one key ingredient, some sort of delicious spirit.
With the intense amount of mint I have growing in my back yard I have been on a Mojito kick.
Welcome back Dave!
Very cool Scott!
Ditto what Mikey asked, we are due an update for sure!
Hey there fellow Kitchen Knife Enthusiasts,
My wife and I will be in New York City for a quick foodie and immersive theater tour just like we did last year. If anyone would like to meet up for...
Did anyone get a chance to look at the kitchen knives from Erik Fritz J.S.? Just curious as to what thoughts those of you who saw them in person had.
Beautiful restoration of that Shig Dave. One question, you mentioned the spine and the choil were rounded, were they rough to begin with? I ask because my Shig Gyuto came with a beautifully rounded...
Dave is one cool dude!
So many beautiful dishes, well played everyone!~
What a trio!
Oh how I wish I had been there, thanks for sharing!
Yes, I do it for beer all the time.
Thanks guys, I ordered .5 Chromium Oxide as well as some Boron Carbide spray to go along with my diamond spray.
Balsa by itself, I currently have a leather and felt strop, I wanted to try balsa as a medium for many different compounds.
I have always been a huge fan of the Fujiwara FKH. It was my first Japanese knife and I still love it to this day.
I picked up a beautiful 4x4x12 inch block of balsa wood. I intend to do a 4 sided strop and I am looking for any compounds that you would recommend. One side for sure will be...
Ssam Bar, EMP, Shake Shake and Empellon Cocina are a few I would say go to, oh yeah and for sure stop and visit Son, that's what I did.
I've seen a few videos of Jesus Hernandez's work, definitely a bad ass.
This is true, I noticed the very same thing with the hamon. I had the chance to use it last night for some quick prep, chopped some herbs, garlic and shallot and she did just fine. I'm interested...
I love that Carter!