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  1. Oct 11, 2018 #601

    Godslayer

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    Not a big purchase, but I finally splurged and spent $17 on a stone holder. I've used it once and it's amazing the difference it makes, before I just folded up a towel lol. It got the job done but this does it so much better. :cool:

    Also I miss the little knife emoticon :( :knife: rip
     
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  2. Oct 12, 2018 #602

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    i use the rubber blocks without adjustable rails
     
  3. Oct 12, 2018 #603

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    close enough, still way better then a damp rag, the issue is my two jnats had uneven bases and were difficult to sharpen on
     
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  4. Oct 13, 2018 #604

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    Finally got some nice end grain cutting boards! They’re a little big but much much better than what I was using

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  5. Oct 13, 2018 #605

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    Picked up the anova nano during the recent promo in Canada, finally trying out SV. Ill have another fancy kitchen gadget to post soon as well
     
  6. Nov 2, 2018 #606

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    Really good looking boards. Seems like smaller blocks of wood than normal..sharp. I personally like larger boards. Cut and push to the side various things and then straight to fry pan/pot as needed.
     
  7. Nov 2, 2018 #607

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    Thanks. Yeah, the big size is great that way. I had to rearrange a bit to make space for these but definitely worth it
     
  8. Nov 4, 2018 #608

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    VacMaster Pro350, it really sucks lol

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  9. Nov 16, 2018 #609

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    Got a Weston 16” butcher saw… couldn’t say no for only $40ish CAD shipped with taxes.
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    I’m already debating replacing the black plastic handle with a custom lol, looks like an easy-peasy swap to do
     
  10. Nov 16, 2018 #610

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    24cm DeBuyer Mineral B pan (and a new okudo suita in the back) _20181116_092608.jpeg
     
  11. Nov 16, 2018 #611

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    I have the 24cm omelette pan with curved (not sloped) sides, good size and I love it… have 10 others from the same series too from 12-36cm size including the crepe grill and deep (country) pans
     
  12. Nov 16, 2018 #612

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    That makes you way way ahead of me in both the DB (only have a 32 and 24 so far, what do u do with a dinky 12 cm ) and the suita game!

    Have anyone notices theres no like button in this section??
     
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  13. Nov 16, 2018 #613

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    Ehat makes a butcher hand saw any different from a normal one?
     
  14. Nov 16, 2018 #614

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    I know I should get a carbon pan since I enjoy my cast iron so much but I just can't pull the trigger.
     
  15. Nov 16, 2018 #615

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    In my house the 12cm is used for toasting spices
     
  16. Nov 16, 2018 #616

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    26cm x 3mm debuyer for under $30 is practicaly free :)
     
  17. Nov 16, 2018 #617

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    I use the 12cm (blinis) pan for perfect fried egg , I have some 3.5” and 5” lodge CI I usually use for spices… have done eggs but a bit more tricky
     
  18. Nov 17, 2018 #618

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    The debuyer Carbone plus is also worth looking at. Cheaper than mineral b , slightly lower fit and fitness
     
  19. Nov 23, 2018 #619

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    A Japanese omelette pan.
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  20. Nov 23, 2018 #620

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    Oh I like that. Where'd you get it?
     
  21. Nov 23, 2018 #621

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  22. Nov 28, 2018 #622

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    Don’t know if this belongs here:
    Received my new knife bar today.
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    It’s made in Austria from serviceberry wood.

    Now there is more space between my knives
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  23. Nov 28, 2018 #623

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    FTFY
     
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  24. Nov 28, 2018 #624

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    Thanks
     
  25. Nov 29, 2018 #625

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    You knives are upside down ;)
     
  26. Nov 29, 2018 #626

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    I know, unfortunately it’s the only spot in my kitchen to mount the knife bar, and the cupboard over it makes it impossible to hang them tip upwards.
     
  27. Nov 29, 2018 #627

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    All the compromises we need to make because of our knives ;)
     
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  28. Nov 30, 2018 #628

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    Got the Demeyere Resto induction high saucepot, to use with my Bamix pro 200W immersion blender
     
  29. Dec 3, 2018 #629

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    Cool! I just use a 600 ml lab beaker. The only advantage of my rig is it looks really dramatic when you use it to make mayo.
     
  30. Jan 14, 2019 #630

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    Picked this up today - Scanpan 20cm/3,7l casserole.

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