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    I asked at my hotel how to find the place and was told as a non-professional chef I didn't need to know! Bleeping French! Never made it there but it is on my list for whenever I make it to Paris again. I just won't be asking diddly from the hotel staff.

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    If you do, make sure you go into the "professional section" - the basement of the shop.
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    I will be going there next summer and I plan on picking up a few tin lined hand hammered copper saucepans (2.5mm) by Mauviel.

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    That place is definitely not in the low rent district!!!! Big place for what is essentially the city center.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Canadian View Post
    I will be going there next summer and I plan on picking up a few tin lined hand hammered copper saucepans (2.5mm) by Mauviel.
    Make sure to go to the Maille mustard shop too. They have mustard on tap.

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    There's a little something in the Lucky Peach issue with mattrud's knives on the back about duck presses.
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    I love when people add pictures to the post ! thanks

    the proper use of the duck press.
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    Now on to more Knives they sell from the catalog
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    The wall in the store .
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    And a small area where a chef donated his knifes for show .
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    A nice bit of copper.
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    A clever cook can make good meat of a whetstone.” Erasmus

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    Hey...those look like Nogents, in the catalogue! Liars!
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    Quote Originally Posted by steeley View Post
    And a small area where a chef donated his knifes for show .
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    From what I remember those knives on that red board where HUGE and that second one down didn't even look real. It looked like a knifemaker had it made as a prop.

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