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    fun with prep

    got in a case of yellow bell peppers that were really long, so stacked em up in high layers and julienned away for maple pepper jam.



    knife used: thinned tanaka ginsanko 270 gyuto, push cutting machine.

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    Looks like fun!
    "A recipe has no soul. You as the cook must bring soul to the recipe." -Thomas Keller

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    pictures don't do it justice(probably not even video as you cant capture 'feel'), but even mundane tasks like julienning cabbage and slicing onion is fun when you have a tool that is simply a joy to use. i feel very fortunate to have found a gyuto that is such a good match for what i want in a knife.



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    Maple pepper jam???????
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    Bell pepper medley reduced with maple syrup and chili powder. Yummy stuff.

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    it seems! i'm trying this out next time i go buying food! does it have to be equilibrated or really sweet in the end? i wish to replace chili powder with fresh black pepper (or maybe green? fresh green or red chili peppers? garlic?)

    what do you serve it with? i'm thinking blue or goat cheeses with something like a montbazillac or sauternes if not too sweet

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    I gotta see pictures of an end product.
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    This thread is killing me. I want a 270 ginsanko tanaka so badly now. Must look away!
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