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    Nice patina, nasty chip

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    GF made me eat this outside


    Unfortunate plastic bag fold looks like a big chip

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    I'd make you et it outside too, lol. That craps gross.

    Nive patina BTW. What knife is that?
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    What, the gf doesn't like the smell of rotten onion and moldy socks? No accounting for taste... although it does seem appropriate to eat a durian over the hot vent from an AC compressor.
    What's the knife? Looks vintage American.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Justin0505 View Post
    although it does seem appropriate to eat a durian over the hot vent from an AC compressor.
    What's the knife? Looks vintage American.
    Thanks for noticing...I was cracking up at that. We don't have a table on our shared patio. Must have looked strange to see some guy hunched over a compressor eating that.

    Says Dexter, Southbridge Mass on the blade. The handle says 45a10h, which is still a model number they use today on current knives. I'd love to know how old this knife is.

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    if you guys think that stinks, imagine what this mabolo fruit smells like:



    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Diospyros_blancoi

    this stuff reeks! we have a tree here and i hate the stuff.

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    Warming up the steel improves the adoption of a patina.....



    Eyeglasses are paticipating....





    Mustard dots are making an appearance.


    Nice patina....thanks HHH!


    European cultured butter for intensity.





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    Can this be done to SS?
    Knives are cooler than I thought!

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    Nice job.
    What does they red wine and soda do? How long did you leave it each application?
    Ta.

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    Wow! Heaps of brilliant work.
    After 20 straight pages, I cant wait anymore.
    Let me get this correct. Patina is a good kind of oxidization which protects the blade and stops metal flavor on the food.
    Does it where off?
    I hope I didn't miss what I am about to ask in previous pages.
    What colour does pork give?
    Is the chicken to be raw?
    Is there a formula in regards to period the substance used to stain is to be left on for a particular effect?
    Can I ruin the blade if I do patina incorrectly?

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