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  1. Thread: Bread knife?

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    If you want a dedicated bread knife the Gude...

    If you want a dedicated bread knife the Gude can't be beat. Tojiro is also very nice. If you want inexpensive, but decent, the Deglon serrated knife, at around $25, is pretty good.
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    Caspian Pink...my all time favorite tomato. Not...

    Caspian Pink...my all time favorite tomato. Not particularly easy to grow. Other favorites....Pruden's purple...easier to grow; and Mr. Stripey...very easy to grow.
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    Sad thing is I've hung out with Ming a few times...

    Sad thing is I've hung out with Ming a few times and he's a good guy. Our kids played together. No easy way to look someone in the eye when you know, and they know, they shilled for the $$. I...
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    If Theory cuts fish I'm in.:doublethumbsup:

    If Theory cuts fish I'm in.:doublethumbsup:
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    Depends on date, but would love to.

    Depends on date, but would love to.
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    Ask what they want or expect and do exactly what...

    Ask what they want or expect and do exactly what they ask. Don't assume that doing more dishes, or doing fancier than what they ask etc. is better.
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    Completely true Juxtaposition: Late 70's on a...

    Completely true Juxtaposition: Late 70's on a trip to NYC my grandfather takes our family to Lutece. My sister is only 7. Without any fanfare they bring her a slice of onion tart...only without ...
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    Late to this conversation. I use an ioSafe...

    Late to this conversation. I use an ioSafe portable SSD.
  9. LOL - to continue on your original suggestion...

    LOL - to continue on your original suggestion Rick, I would certainly vouch that a Suisin Inox can get 'freakishly sharp'. Not to mention many other stainless....
  10. Thread: Oyster ideas?

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    I have a great home made XO that I use for shrimp...

    I have a great home made XO that I use for shrimp tempura....Might work well with oysters. But this time around I'll only be doing raw.

    Thanks everyone for all the suggestions. Not for this...
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    Thanks for all the help Dave!

    Thanks for all the help Dave!
  12. Thread: Cookware Set?

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    I love deBuyer black steel. I haven't been in...

    I love deBuyer black steel. I haven't been in the market for a while....but I have the impression they are pushing Mineral now. Can't tell if that's retail vs commercial, or company wide. Very good...
  13. Thread: Huws Food

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    Truly outstanding food and photos Huw! Haven't...

    Truly outstanding food and photos Huw! Haven't been to your spot, but in my mind I'm telling myself you were still at Tetsuya's years ago when we visited Sydney. Obviously it's been nothing but...
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    Tojiro is solid advice. I'm sort of stuck on...

    Tojiro is solid advice.

    I'm sort of stuck on olive wood Laguiole. Very attractive knife but I'm not sure that's where I'd be today if I wasn't trying to match what I started with. Sadly,...
  15. I have a 6" Maboroshi no Meito gyuto. You are...

    I have a 6" Maboroshi no Meito gyuto. You are correct that's it's stainless clad white #1, and can take a screaming edge. But it's by no means a laser, and I doubt the petty would be significantly...
  16. Thread: Oyster ideas?

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    Excellent...kicked up mignonettes. Never thought...

    Excellent...kicked up mignonettes. Never thought of the Laudemio in this context....it's so green and peppery it makes perfect sense.
  17. Thread: Oyster ideas?

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    Exactly. But I'm working with an expectation. ...

    Exactly. But I'm working with an expectation. Cuc granita is a nice idea.

    Rami - thanks for the link. My wife and I have fond memories dining at Tetsuya's during our only trip to Australia.
  18. Thread: Oyster ideas?

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    They'll be island creeks from Duxbury, MA. These...

    They'll be island creeks from Duxbury, MA. These are farmed oysters. Things go as planned they'll be pulled out of the water on the day of service.
  19. Thread: Oyster ideas?

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    Oyster ideas?

    Have a ton of oysters to serve at an upcoming function. (served raw that is...no Rockefeller etc.) I like basic mignonette, but I'll need some more creative options. I'm kind of tired of the...
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    Boardsmith is relatively close to you shipping...

    Boardsmith is relatively close to you shipping wise, and makes a fantastic product.
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    Sounds dry to me. I would use straight mineral...

    Sounds dry to me. I would use straight mineral oil to penetrate the wood, and leave it on for a while. The wax adds extra water repellency, but I would do that after several coats of straight...
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    Have a great one Chris!!

    Have a great one Chris!!
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    I typically use all eggs, so I stick with the...

    I typically use all eggs, so I stick with the soft flours. Where I live (Northeast) I have easy access to King Arthur's 00. If I use semolina, I'll just blend it with hard flour (all purpose) at...
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    I would think the Ziploc method can be used with...

    I would think the Ziploc method can be used with any of the circulators in that review. Here's the info Dardeau was referring to. Go to the bottom of the page for his Ziploc discussion.
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    Erilyn - PS is for PolyScience: ...

    Erilyn -

    PS is for PolyScience:

    https://www.cuisinetechnology.com/

    As to the original question....I started with a Caso strip sealer. It does a passable job, the bags are heavy enough to...
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