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    New-ish knife and a new board, what to cook?

    Just bought the Gesshin Ginga 240 wa-gyuto from Jon (within a month or two) and got a Boardsmith "Carolina slab" for Christmas.

    I really haven't used either as I was waiting to use the knife with the new board! Hah!

    So, what's tasty that takes a lot of cutting and preparation? I'd really like to test this new combo out!

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    Bouillabaisse with vegies cut as julienne? tasty and choppy.
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    Pumpkin soup. Julliene your pumpkin haha.

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    Vietnamese cold rolls,no mandolin allowed,lots of julienning with this one or ratatouille chop chop...

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    Oh, wow. Ratatouille with Ratatouille. Nice. Nice.

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    Onion soup or vegetable beef soup with apple pie for dessert.

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    Pork Genovese (a pork shoulder braised w/ 7 lbs of sliced onions). And a potato gratin for a side dish!
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    Quote Originally Posted by WildBoar View Post
    Pork Genovese (a pork shoulder braised w/ 7 lbs of sliced onions). And a potato gratin for a side dish!

    Ok, Now of course, I need a recipe!


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    Burgers, and mince the meat, don't grind it.

    A KKF chicken(aka a Jaques Pepin style gallantine).

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    Quote Originally Posted by PierreRodrigue View Post
    Ok, Now of course, I need a recipe!
    Courtesy of Lidia B. http://www.lidiasitaly.com/recipes/detail/552

    We've made this a few times. Add a cheesy polenta as a side and top it with the sauce. Can also put the sauce on pasta.

    And of course the best way to carve up the shoulder is with a Pierre Rodrigue sujihiki...
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