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    Now I just need to convince my girlfriend I need to buy this maguro bocho from Butch [IMG][/IMG]
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    Nice...

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    You're gonna need a bigger cutting board too!
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    Great chance to go all 'Tsukiji' with your Shig collection

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    Sashimi yellowfin tuna, smoked eggplant, pickled daikon.

    Last edited by JohnnyChance; 03-28-2013 at 01:01 AM. Reason: fixed formatting
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    Clean plate.
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    I would have gone kataeji for that particular tuna. That knife has got me noticing oval handles, quite comfy and cozy. Thanks for the pictures.
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    The sashimi dish looks great! Are the round balls melon? What did you do with the rest of the tuna?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seth View Post
    I would have gone kataeji for that particular tuna. That knife has got me noticing oval handles, quite comfy and cozy. Thanks for the pictures.
    Not everyone has the single bevel arsenal that you do, with multiple options in each size and shape and kasumi and kitaeji variants.

    Quote Originally Posted by Sambal View Post
    The sashimi dish looks great! Are the round balls melon? What did you do with the rest of the tuna?
    I believe those are the pickled daikon.
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    Nice plate huw.

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