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    Dave M. - BTW, Thanks...

    for the What's Cooking section.

    We all come here for the steel, stones and such but they're tools to get us to the food outcome. And having this section allows us to the creative side of food.

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    +1!!!!
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    Yeah, it's great to have a cooking outlet for our brimming insanity, instead of everything converging on pure edge obsession. Once it's truly sharp, there's not much left to do...except cook!

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    Jim,

    Hats off.

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    THANKS! Thank you Dave for the forum>

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    When I talked to Jim last week about how busy this sub-forum is and how he had come up with the idea he said something like, "well knives and cooking go together, don't they?" He's right and I felt stupid.


    Thanks for coming up with this Jim

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    Stop it now or I am taking my carbon pan and going home!


    My new Smilie Like it?

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    That smilie really rocks!!
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    hey man i love the whats cooking section for sure..

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