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Re: Cue Food Thread

Postby Poppet » Thu Apr 21, 2016 7:34 am

Balubish wrote:Fluff really lol

Looks good Poppet, what is it? Dough and pepperoni?


+ cheese.

They're really popular here in WV.
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Re: Cue Food Thread

Postby Hooked » Sat Apr 30, 2016 8:19 pm

Thai green curry. Chicken, eggplant, red peppers, thai basil.

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Re: Cue Food Thread

Postby Balubish » Wed Oct 05, 2016 4:54 am

Nothing special, just good.

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Re: Cue Food Thread

Postby Doctor Galaxy » Wed Oct 05, 2016 10:15 am

Here's a picture of cornbread.
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Re: Cue Food Thread

Postby Balubish » Sun Mar 05, 2017 4:01 am

So I ordered my rest o my life knife probably. Got for $48 I think, normal price was $98. And bought weathstone to sharpen the knifes I had at home now.
One Ikea set that became super sharp aswell. :P So this Damascus style knife will be awesome. Cooking here I come :)

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Re: Cue Food Thread

Postby Lia_Rein » Sun Mar 05, 2017 5:04 am

Balubish wrote:So I ordered my rest o my life knife probably.


Don't do it Balu, you have so much to live for
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Re: Cue Food Thread

Postby Balubish » Sun Mar 05, 2017 5:54 am

Lia_Rein wrote:
Balubish wrote:So I ordered my rest o my life knife probably.


Don't do it Balu, you have so much to live for


Well you guys kinda push me to it.
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Re: Cue Food Thread

Postby flufffage » Mon Mar 06, 2017 6:58 am

Balubish wrote:So I ordered my rest o my life knife probably. Got for $48 I think, normal price was $98. And bought weathstone to sharpen the knifes I had at home now.
One Ikea set that became super sharp aswell. :P So this Damascus style knife will be awesome. Cooking here I come :)

I mean, any knife can be a "rest of your life knife" if you care for it properly. Sure, there's a difference in the craftsmanship of knives (I myself prefer Wüsthof or Henckles myself), but any low to moderate-range knife will serve you well.

I personally don't care for the texture on these knives. I understand the concept behind them, but when I look at these, to me, it looks dirty. Its just an aesthetic/visual thing.

When it comes down to knives, all I need are sharp, sleek knives that could be suspect as possible murder weapons in area homicides.
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Re: Cue Food Thread

Postby Balubish » Mon Mar 06, 2017 11:20 am

flufffage wrote:
Balubish wrote:So I ordered my rest o my life knife probably. Got for $48 I think, normal price was $98. And bought weathstone to sharpen the knifes I had at home now.
One Ikea set that became super sharp aswell. :P So this Damascus style knife will be awesome. Cooking here I come :)

I mean, any knife can be a "rest of your life knife" if you care for it properly. Sure, there's a difference in the craftsmanship of knives (I myself prefer Wüsthof or Henckles myself), but any low to moderate-range knife will serve you well.

I personally don't care for the texture on these knives. I understand the concept behind them, but when I look at these, to me, it looks dirty. Its just an aesthetic/visual thing.

When it comes down to knives, all I need are sharp, sleek knives that could be suspect as possible murder weapons in area homicides.


For sure ur right on all points. I bought a wheatstone last month and my old Ikea knife set have never been as sharp as now, cutting with as little as possible effort. Paper test no problem.
So yeah you can you can sharpen even the cheapest knife.
This is mainly a personal wanting. Been looking at damascus knifes for a while now and really like the steel that looks like a tree year line.
And yes its not the pretties knife perhaps but I like the oddyness of the hammered holes that are atleast said work against stuff sticking to the blade. And thanks to the steel it will stay sharper longer.

And Wüsthof & Henckles are really nice looking knifes for sure.
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Re: Cue Food Thread

Postby Hooked » Mon Mar 06, 2017 11:30 am

Yeah once you get into the more expensive knifes I've heard most pros care more about the handle than the blade. Needs to have a comfortable weight and balance, which makes cutting easier.

Unfortunately I'm poor so I just have a cheap $8 Kiwi knife I got from a local oriental market. It's actually very sharp but it's terribly light-weight and needs to be resharpened more often.
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