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    Charcuterie Saturday

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    Hiromoto AS Wa suji with a pancetta I cured and aged for a birthday party for a couple of friends.

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    Problems posting the photo. Hopefully the second one will work a bit better.

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    Looks good!

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    Nice, little allspice in there.
    A clever cook can make good meat of a whetstone.” Erasmus

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    It turned out splendidly. I cured it specifically for a party where it was used in carbonara. It was so good, that one of the guests, a vegetarian under normal circumstances, actually ate the dish and went back for seconds.

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    Great artisinal food Miles, and I'm so jealous of that knife too (I wish they still made the wa version).

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    Looking good

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    Quote Originally Posted by Miles View Post
    It turned out splendidly. I cured it specifically for a party where it was used in carbonara. It was so good, that one of the guests, a vegetarian under normal circumstances, actually ate the dish and went back for seconds.
    You mean "vegetarian when it's convenient."

    Looks delicious. What was the aging time on that?

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    Thanks guys. It was cured for roughly ten days before I tied it. After that, I hung it for three weeks.

    I'm fortunate to have both the 270 wa suji and wa gyutou. They're both really sweet knives, although I did a fair bit of thinning on the gyutou to tweak it to my preferences. It's probably my favorite Hiromoto, but the suji comes in a close second. My collection pales in comparision to DC's (as do most) but I do have a few Hiromotos.

    As for the vegetarian guest, she told the hostess that she'd have a little bit, just to be polite, but apparently decided to be extraordinarily polite after tasting it. Truthfully, we were ALL extraordinarily polite that night.

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