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    I could do a few bread formulas. Something simple even non bread bakers could do.
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    UPDATE 6/2013

    Alright folks, now that I've found some time to get back to this, here's where we stand.

    The following people have submitted completed recipes, pics, et al; they are DONE, so to speak:

    Keith N.
    Craig W.
    Seth S.
    David DiQ.
    David DeG.
    David W.
    (we need some non-Davids!)

    I've heard from Justin0505, EdipisReks, Eamon Burke, JmAdams, pumbaa, DwarvenChef, Notaskinnychef, Lefty, wellminded1, Amon-Rukh, CanadianMan, Namaxy, The Edge, BurlSource, Jm2hill, Sw2geeks, and Chinacats. Many of these people have already proposed recipes and knives--you know who you are and will most likely have traded emails with me through kkfcookbook@gmail.com--while others have proposed categories of contribution (bread, pastry, etc.).

    Here's what we need:

    1) If you have signed up for a recipe or knife and have not completed it, please do so ASAP! It's hard to move forward and fill in gaps without having a firm handle on what's already been covered. As a reminder, a complete submission includes a recipe, pics of the dish in progress and finished (ideally featuring knife work!), and most importantly, a bit of text and an illustration of why you used the knife that you did on the recipe.

    2) The following categories of knife need more representation: single bevels of all types, petties, cimeters/other butchering knives, at least one more bread knife (ideally Güde or custom), and Japanese gyutos. I'd also like to include a Martell custom, a Burke, and a Rodrigue if we could--shouldn't be too hard! We've already got an HHH, a Marko, and a DT, but multiples of these makers are okay. If you have one of these knives, consider submitting a recipe!

    3) The following categories of food need more representation: sushi/sashimi, pastry, grilled/summer foods, bread, soups, salads, and vegetarian. Asian cuisines are also welcome. If you can pair something from this category with a knife from category 2, let me know!

    Thanks, all. Please reply directly to this thread AND to kkfcookbook@gmail.com. I'm going to work with Justin0505 to set up a dropbox account for pics, so if you have completed a recipe but haven't submitted pics yet, hold off for a couple of days.

    Best regards,
    David

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    I'm doing it this week.

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    Ill work on my bread controbution this evening, and dig around to find pics.
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    David, We're you going to use the Ballentine recipe I sent you?

    http://www.kitchenknifeforums.com/sh...light=cookbook



    Quote Originally Posted by heldentenor View Post
    UPDATE 6/2013

    Alright folks, now that I've found some time to get back to this, here's where we stand.

    The following people have submitted completed recipes, pics, et al; they are DONE, so to speak:

    Keith N.
    Craig W.
    Seth S.
    David DiQ.
    David DeG.
    David W.
    (we need some non-Davids!)

    I've heard from Justin0505, EdipisReks, Eamon Burke, JmAdams, pumbaa, DwarvenChef, Notaskinnychef, Lefty, wellminded1, Amon-Rukh, CanadianMan, Namaxy, The Edge, BurlSource, Jm2hill, Sw2geeks, and Chinacats. Many of these people have already proposed recipes and knives--you know who you are and will most likely have traded emails with me through kkfcookbook@gmail.com--while others have proposed categories of contribution (bread, pastry, etc.).

    Here's what we need:

    1) If you have signed up for a recipe or knife and have not completed it, please do so ASAP! It's hard to move forward and fill in gaps without having a firm handle on what's already been covered. As a reminder, a complete submission includes a recipe, pics of the dish in progress and finished (ideally featuring knife work!), and most importantly, a bit of text and an illustration of why you used the knife that you did on the recipe.

    2) The following categories of knife need more representation: single bevels of all types, petties, cimeters/other butchering knives, at least one more bread knife (ideally Güde or custom), and Japanese gyutos. I'd also like to include a Martell custom, a Burke, and a Rodrigue if we could--shouldn't be too hard! We've already got an HHH, a Marko, and a DT, but multiples of these makers are okay. If you have one of these knives, consider submitting a recipe!

    3) The following categories of food need more representation: sushi/sashimi, pastry, grilled/summer foods, bread, soups, salads, and vegetarian. Asian cuisines are also welcome. If you can pair something from this category with a knife from category 2, let me know!

    Thanks, all. Please reply directly to this thread AND to kkfcookbook@gmail.com. I'm going to work with Justin0505 to set up a dropbox account for pics, so if you have completed a recipe but haven't submitted pics yet, hold off for a couple of days.

    Best regards,
    David

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mucho Bocho View Post
    David, We're you going to use the Ballentine recipe I sent you?

    http://www.kitchenknifeforums.com/sh...light=cookbook
    Yes sir--thanks for the reminder!

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    Im not participating in this project...yet...but, hows it going?
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    "A human being is primarily a bag for putting food into." -George Orwell

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    Also was curious on the status. May be able to help contribute if there is need still.
    Have a knife day!

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    I would be 100% down to participate still. I can has many knives to choose from!
    Amat Victoria Curam Fortune favors the prepared.
    "A human being is primarily a bag for putting food into." -George Orwell

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