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    I got some very similar photos added to the Wildboar's Kitchen web site late last night. if you click on the thumbnails you'll get a much higher resolution photo and be able to see all the different damascus blades, etc.
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    Looks like a great setup! I heard it was a success. Btw...That green handled bullnose was made for me. I receive it next week! Beef beware.


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    Congrats -- it looks like a great knife. I believe ChucktheButcher has one as well and thinks very highly of it. The handle was one of the top 3 in popularity.
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    Thanks and that's awesome. I came up with the handle colors to represent my alma mater (Baylor University)
    BTW, one of your boards is on my Christmas list with my fiance. Hopefully one will be under the tree . :Edance2:
    Aside from that...are any of the woods on your boards softer/harder than the other? I use a 210 at home for the most part. I was thinking the Carolina Slab?
    Cassoulet, like life itself, isn't as easy as it seems...

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    Those boards are the perfect Christmas present. I just bought one for my mom. We'll see if it gets to her though. I don't know if I can hold out for six weeks.
    All normal people love meat. If I went to a barbeque and there was no meat, I would say 'Yo Goober! Where's the meat?'.- Homer Simpson

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    Oh yeah. The Harner bullnose is an awesome knife. I highly recommend it.
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    We'll see if she comes through for me
    Cassoulet, like life itself, isn't as easy as it seems...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ohbewon View Post
    softer/harder
    Cherry/Maple

    Walnut and Mahogany fit in between (in order)
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    Great looking set up you guys did. Glad to hear it was another successful show!

    Chuck. That feather blade looks great finished out.

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    Here are some more pics of the table. Sadly I did not get any of the 'personalities' when they visited the booth (Extreme Chef winner, Top Chef winner and a Top Chef competitor, plus a few other cookbook authors and people with local cooking shows). and I did not get any of the additional knives Butch had Sunday (elk knife - which is for sale - 13 inch camping knife, couple straight razors, tuna sword).

    Booth overview:
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    Turned wood plates (thank dog!) and some of the beutiful segmented turned wood products:

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    Okay, now for the stuff we all really want to see:
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