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    My knives.


    For a moment, or a second, the pinched expressions of the cynical, world-weary, throat-cutting, miserable bastards we've all had to become disappears, when we're confronted with something as simple as a plate of food. - Bourdaino

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    Quote Originally Posted by apicius9 View Post
    I have a feeling this will turn into the 'shopping-list-if-I-ever-win-the-lottery' thread...
    Stefan
    Nothing wrong with that. Though so far I'm pleased there's been some high end stuff as well as everyday tools mentioned.

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    Senior Member NO ChoP!'s Avatar
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    Left handed fish spat, Rosle tongs, multiple plating spoons, olivewood risotto spoon, high-heat rubber spat, oxo silicone micro whisk, microplane--- all indispensable during service.
    The difference between try and triumph is a little "umph"! NO EXCUSES!!!!!!!
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    Good ones Chris. Rosle tongs FTW! Where do we keeps all of our tools? Ultimate edge deluxe 18 pocket knife kit of course.
    Starting this harvest I'm a starving startling artist/
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    Several kunz spoons, regular and slotted. 4inch f.dick fish spatula. Hi temp rubber spatula. Whustoff shears. Husky needlenose pliers for pin bones.cuisinart buerre blender.

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    Many have mentioned some of my favorites but one gadget I would repurchase if lost is the pigtail flipper. Turns me into a magician with a magic wand.

    http://www.amazon.com/Pig-Tail-Food-.../dp/B0000AV0T8
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    i used to make those. Made a giant one for my dad so he could flip Elk and bear roasts. It was forged all out of mild steel and I carved the steel handle into the head of an eagle. I also made one out of a 200 year old lightening rod once upon a time. Wish I still had that one. It's in a good home now though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sachem allison View Post
    bear roasts, head of an eagle
    That is all.
    Starting this harvest I'm a starving startling artist/
    Lyrical arsonist it's arduous spitting this smartest arsenic/

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    My nearly twenty year old mundial carving fork. I did a trade school cookery subject as a high school elective, and this is the only piece of kit I still have from it. Rosewood handle (that I'll replace one day), light, thin, sharp and tough. Not awesome for actual carving, but I use it for cooking and plating everyday. Not. High end fork at all - I bought it when I was fourteen.

    Also my bbq tweezers. 35 cm, fine tip tweezers. Long and tough, just for chargrill work.

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    OXO tongs, other than knives and pans, there is little else I can do without.
    Jason

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