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    what I have been working on 8-3

    I realized I havn't posted anything for a few days, so i thought I would let you guys know what was going on. I have spent the last few days finishing up a batch of damascus orders(they shipped off yesterday for grinding-no pics)
    Today my oldest daughter is in band camp and my wife is working, so I am Mr. Mom today.
    The good news is I have a chance to cook a bit today.
    On the menu today is homemade beef strogonoff and potato salad.

    Thanks,
    Del

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    I would eat that!
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    Sounds good...

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    What knife will you be using for the potatoes?

    The reason I ask is I was going to do a demo between your flat damy knife compared to the one I received today. I am going to use a potato as an example.

    I'll have to wait until the kitchen is mine again. (Late tonight)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Salty dog View Post
    What knife will you be using for the potatoes?

    The reason I ask is I was going to do a demo between your flat damy knife compared to the one I received today. I am going to use a potato as an example.

    I'll have to wait until the kitchen is mine again. (Late tonight)
    Salty,
    Probably my own knife(which is so fugly there will be no pics) for the potatoes.
    I'm looking forward to the vid!!!!
    Del

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    Quote Originally Posted by Salty dog View Post
    I was going to do a demo between your flat damy knife compared to the one I received today.
    Sweet!
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    Cool!

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    More damascus today(some for David Broadwell) taking a break for dinner.
    My rue fell apart last night on the strogonoff and wound up a bit of juice in the bottom of the plate. Still very tasty though.
    I picked up some cornstarch(never used it before, none in the pantry) and used that for dinner tonight.
    The thicker gravy made all the difference, it was great tonight.
    Of course I got roasted by David B today for not including mushrooms(I like them but my family does not)
    I also recieved some steel(O-1) in today for more knives.

    Laminated metals specialist, Kitchen knife and gadget maker
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    Quote Originally Posted by Delbert Ealy View Post
    More damascus today(some for David Broadwell)
    That could be very interesting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kalaeb View Post
    That could be very interesting.

    Oh and it is!

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