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    Quote Originally Posted by Crothcipt View Post
    that is cool. Never seen one. You always come up with some cool stuff
    +1 thanks steeley
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    They had ones with legs on them like a stool but it was a little thing
    not bad for $3 they had alot of kiwi brand stuff.
    A clever cook can make good meat of a whetstone.” Erasmus

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    A new black walnut 12 X 12 cutting board came today from a freind-





    and a Knife from a couple weeks ago.



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    I've gotten a few cool kitchen stuff lately, but here is my new vac sealer, and I couldn't resist getting a MAPP torch today with a promise of a big hot flame. Makes searing much easier and quicker.

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    Here's mine. I planned on fixing this up and letting you guys at it, but the dings, scratches, etc just give it character. I'm going to clean it up a bit and I think it's gong to stay with me. The KS is a wonderful knife!

    This pic kinda displays the feel of the whole knife. Rough, used, not perfect, but damn pretty in its own right and man does it do the job!

    09/06

    Take a look around at: www.sharpandshinyshop.com

    Email me at: tmclean@sharpandshinyshop.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by AFKitchenknivesguy View Post
    I've gotten a few cool kitchen stuff lately, but here is my new vac sealer, and I couldn't resist getting a MAPP torch today with a promise of a big hot flame. Makes searing much easier and quicker.


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    great choice -- it's the perfect torch for the kitchen. And it doubles for soldering copper plumbing lines. Multi-tasker! (oh, and it lights candles and charcoal grills, too!)
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    Picked up a nice walnut Boos Block for $71 off the 'bay. Brand new, small factory defect as shown in photo. Now gotta get some mineral oil on it to prep it.

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    I scored this a couple weeks ago - I have some geese in the freezer.


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    Quote Originally Posted by AFKitchenknivesguy View Post
    ... I couldn't resist getting a MAPP torch today with a promise of a big hot flame. Makes searing much easier and quicker.
    Dang, I should just have waited to see what you get. I picked up a cheap Butane one because all the others I saw were propane (which is not recommended, I understand). Yours looks much more badass and powerful and I could have gotten it at Lowe's (as I found out when I searched for it just now). Sealer looks great also but is out of my price range right now.

    Stefan

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    The torch was about $50, $45 with my mil discount. Worth it I think, and my creme brulee will be much quicker as well.
    Jason

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