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    To Italy

    I will be going to Italy tomorrow. Plan to spend time in Milano, San Gimignano and Modena. If anyone has any recommendations for restaurants or other food/knife related things to see and do, please let me know.

    (We always go out to a Parmigiano-Reggiano farm and kiss a cow just to say thank you.)

    Thanks,

    Keith



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    That is terrifying, seeing all that cheese piled on those tiny legs.

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    Maybe you can catch Chef Niloc's wedding. I think he will be there at the end of October.

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    The 28th at ST Pete's

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    Bring some cheese.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BurkeCutlery View Post
    That is terrifying, seeing all that cheese piled on those tiny legs.
    It is really terrifying now. Breaks my heart to see the earthquake damage.

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    Are you still there?

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    Dude, that's messed up!

    I would be there in a heartbeat if I were a local....to...ummm....help clean up.

    But seriously, they need new shelves. That table-stacking system is not working.

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    I'll take some of that floor cheese if it will help them clear some space for new shelves.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kalaeb View Post
    Are you still there?
    I wish. I could help dispose of some "damaged" cheese.

    What I don't understand is why the shelving that goes floor to ceiling is not attached at the ceiling. Seems like it would have saved a lot of cheese.
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