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    How many of us eat carp steaks? I would think the bones in that would be really hard to deal with but I know carp is a primary food fish in a lot of the world. Different strokes for different folks.

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    To me, it's not about the steel table, it being carp or whatever. It's just how filthy they work. That could be even the most succulent yellowfin tuna, but if I see it hacked like that, bathed in blood, I would walk away. It's simply disrespectful to the product and to the consumer. And unhygienic.

    I mean, there's congealed blood in the table and no one gives a feek.

    I'm open to eating anything. Only thing I refuse to try is frog legs though.

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    I've eaten many fish, including carp, processed under similar conditions in various Asian countries. One of my publishers refused to run photos of a Thai lady butchering a snake head fish because he found it so disgusting. But I ate that same fish a couple of hours later and it was great.
    Anyway, it doesn't seem to be bothering these Russians.

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    Thanks for articulating what i couldn't about why i shared this in the Knucklehead section.

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    Here are four ways to squeeze apart an onion. Sharp, this knife is not.

    That trick with the fork is neat.

    Link: http://www.wikihow.com/Cut-an-Onion

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    Don't drink out of ornamental ponds in Tiergarten. You will get sick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DamageInc View Post
    To be able to understand what he is saying just makes things even worse.
    Poor old bloke should stick with the hungarian cookery and not to attempt any other...

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    Quote Originally Posted by limpet View Post
    Here are four ways to squeeze apart an onion. Sharp, this knife is not.

    That trick with the fork is neat.

    Link: http://www.wikihow.com/Cut-an-Onion
    That fork... If your knife wasn't dull before, you should make sure it is my the time you're done!

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    Just back from the SHOT show and I'm sorry I don't have photos of these but Kershaw has a new line of kitchen knives (you know the Shun people) designed by that "famous chef" and maker of knives for SEAL team 6, Ernest Emerson. I took one look at the handles and told Kershaw they would be impossible to use in a proper pinch grip and was told they knew it too but Emerson feels "real people" don't hold a knife like that when cooking. From the best I could tell you are supposed to hold them in fighting stance like you are a SEAL having a knife dual with a Taliban. I would also make a guess the knives won't be in the line next year so hurry if you want your own set!

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    Does this rhyme with "Onion"?
    Older and wider..

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