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    I use a custom back pack made by Wustof. Frickin love the thing. Being the corporate chef for over sixteen accounts, I can carry my "work rotation" with me, as well as, various garde manger tools along with daily office supplies and my lap top. Throw it over my back & I'm ready to go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mucho Bocho View Post
    Colin, Whats with the Copper pipe? Is that to keep people away from your knife bag. LOL
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    I use a "fish tub" which are free from fish purveyors, in combination with sayas of coarse. I put a nice thick towel in the bottom to keep things from banging around. Works great and it's free!

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    what the hell colin? are you trying to get the ring or the mushroom looking potato from that?
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    I thought it was a one-hitter!
    Though I could not caution all I still might warn a few; Don't raise your hand to raise no flag atop no ship of fools. - Robert Hunter

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    Quote Originally Posted by ecchef View Post
    I thought it was a one-hitter!
    Oh, I'm pretty sure it's that also! Multi-use tool.
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    I wasn't going there. thanks for the new technique Colin. What do you do with the potato now? Sorry for an obviously dumb question but I'm just a home cook.

    Quote Originally Posted by ecchef View Post
    I thought it was a one-hitter!
    One thing you can give and still keep...is your word.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ecchef View Post
    I thought it was a one-hitter!
    haha! Hopefully not in use at work

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    Quote Originally Posted by aaamax View Post
    Have a couple different "pro" kit bags/cases. But I find more often that I grab my old Levis leg sleeve with three corks and a leather tie string. Rarely do I need tasting spoons and the like. 99% of my gigs are in kitchens that have most of what one needs, albeit crap.
    I ride an MC to work and shoving the sleeve in my jacket is easy, just don't want to eatshit with sharp things pointing at my stomach. Even funnier is getting stopped by a cop and explaining to him why I have a "sword" concealed on my person… Indeed, funny sheit.

    Looks good,I used a homemade leather bag wt. boot ties for Ice chisels strapped to the back of my motorcycle.Did alot of freelance Ice carvings for hotels in waikiki.With a MC didn't have to pay for parking & easy to get around.

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    I thought you were siding as a moyel....


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