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    That Nguyen piece is sweet.

    Yours is still impressive.

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    Senior Member marc4pt0's Avatar
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    Very nice work! Very unique one of a kind piece your sous has now.Um, you need another sous?

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    The word 'overqualified' comes to mind.

    But if you are ok with a 50% pay cut, a commute half way across the country, and doing inventory every Sunday the job is yours. If you hang on for a year I'll even whip up a Forgecraft for you....
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    Ha! Inventory every Sunday, eh? It sounds like her new knife is well deserved!

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    Well deserved indeed. A great Sous is truly priceless.
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    Is this the same Sous you've introduced to us before? I want to start a fan club.
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    Older and wider.

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    I want to do a refurb myself, not the handle b/c I do not have the tools for it but besides forgecraft and sabatier what is there?

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    oh yea and BTW, how many freaking bull noses did Forgecraft make, a lot on the bay

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norton View Post
    That Nguyen piece is sweet.

    Yours is still impressive.
    Yes it is!

    Nice Job Charlie, very nice
    Huw
    In order to make delicious food, you must eat delicious food. Jiro Ono

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