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  1. Tim Rowland

    Winery Chef and Line Cooks (Chateau Elan in Braselton, Ga)

    Duly noted, thank you kind sir.
  2. Tim Rowland

    Winery Chef and Line Cooks (Chateau Elan in Braselton, Ga)

    I am in need of all levels of culinarians. Not sure if in need of a nakiri hobbit....but I do have an Irish pub on property that needs live music on the weekends. Do you play the fife? Also if you can play a fife well I will make you a custom honyaki nakiri and even engrave precious on it.
  3. Tim Rowland

    Anybody stabilize their own wood?

    A few reasons. Much less foaming, less bleed out during baking, better for unwrapped baking in my opinion. More "natural" feel to the wood than plastic feel. Customer service is awesome.
  4. Tim Rowland

    Anybody stabilize their own wood?

    You need to get all moisture out. 5% is still to much. Use a scale and measure weight. When you are no longer loosing any weight then you have no moisture left.....now when you get to that point make sure you throw it in a sealed container with a moisture absorption pack so it can cool down...
  5. Tim Rowland

    Winery Chef and Line Cooks (Chateau Elan in Braselton, Ga)

    Any Professionals in the Southeast looking?
  6. Tim Rowland

    WTB Premium Wa-handle for 360mm Yanagiba

    Are there specific woods/materials you are looking for?
  7. Tim Rowland

    Winery Chef and Line Cooks (Chateau Elan in Braselton, Ga)

    Hello everyone, I am hiring at the famous Chateau Elan Winery, Located about 45 minutes north of Atlanta, Ga. I am the resorts Chef de Cuisine and am looking for a talented individuals who want to be part of the kitchen team as we grow and expand our capabilities. As a general idea of business...
  8. Tim Rowland

    Any artisan J-knives with a Kramer like blade profile

    You are correct. FC-61 is Henckel rebrand of Sandvik 13c26 or Bohler-Uddeholm AEB-L The difference between the 3 is AEB-L has roughly .01% less manganese. Wish I could help with a Japanese artisan making this blade shape but I do not know of any. As others have mentions I think it will be...
  9. Tim Rowland

    Rowland Cutlery Finished Projects and WIP

    Figured I would show what is on my bench at the moment. All blades are heat treated waiting to be ground. Most handles completed just need final fit up. The next week or 2... or 3 will be grinding/finishing of all the blades and final fit ups.
  10. Tim Rowland

    Show us your sticks (finished handle projects)...

    Thanks, Here they are with some odies oil still partially soaked in. Half are dowel construction and already slotted. Half traditional style waiting to be drilled and slotted.
  11. Tim Rowland

    Show us your sticks (finished handle projects)...

    How about a bucket of work in progress stuff?
  12. Tim Rowland

    Visual Thread - Post a Picture of Yourself

    I'm pretty sure I saw @panda walking down Collins Ave a few years back.
  13. Tim Rowland

    Rowland Cutlery Finished Projects and WIP

    Perhaps some time ago, I cant think of anything recently with grey/blue. Although I have a block glued up that fits the bill. Grey box elder burl, blue g/10, and silver carbon fiber.
  14. Tim Rowland

    Rowland Cutlery Finished Projects and WIP

    Sorry I forgot to update for your viewing pleasure.....Yeah I know it hurts my eyes too but it was for a good friend/customer so here is (George) all finished and on his new permanent home. a 240 Masakage Kiri Gyuto.
  15. Tim Rowland

    Simple question about San Mai

    I'm fine with open faced
  16. Tim Rowland

    Simple question about San Mai

    That depends on the maker. Some use that method, sometimes referred to as the "taco method" by western makers instead of the sandwich method.
  17. Tim Rowland

    Simple question about San Mai

    get your damn vegetable out of my sandwich
  18. Tim Rowland

    Simple question about San Mai

    Any 3 layers, any materials as it is a basic translation of 3 layers. Bread, Turkey, Bread = San Mai
  19. Tim Rowland

    Visual Thread - Post a Picture of Yourself

    I am completely using this on my social media. Thanks, lol I actually think I was debating with some genius at this point who thought he knew everything about Japanese knives. Was trying to tell me I couldn't call something honyaki if it wasn't water quenched. I tried to explain what abura...
  20. Tim Rowland

    Visual Thread - Post a Picture of Yourself

    This is my ugly mug. Who knows what I was talking about at that moment this weekend but it looks like I was trying to get a point across 🤷‍♂️
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