or Connect
New Posts  All Forums:

Posts by DuckFat

 You do indeed need to soak the 800/1k Chosera if you want it to perform it's best. It's not a splash and go stone. The only thing you do not want to do with a chosera is leave it on an extended soak.  They are not intended to be permanent soak stones.I find about 20 minutes is about right for the 1k. If you want splash and go stones from Naniwa then you want the SS's.The only Chosera's you really need to be careful soaking are 5K +.
 Frankly that's all you may ever really need. Unless you intend to do a lot of re-profiling you will not need a coarser stone. I can't imagine being with out either a Chosera 800 or 1k.You will need to soak the Chosera. It' is not a splash and go stone like the Naniwa SS. Based on what you've posted I think you could go for years and be very happy with just the 800 Chosera and a 5K Naniwa SS.
Titanium1 I assume you mean the AC Copper core set.  The quality of the AC brand has continued in a downward spiral over the last several years. The Copper Core is only going to give you a nominal performance edge Vs their Tri-Ply which is a fraction of the cost. It's always worth the time to at least cost the individual pieces you want before buying a set. Personally I'd never want all one brand or type of cookware. As far as Falk goes this is a very old thread and...
I've kind of given up on the Chuck since they are now pushing $5 a pound. Lately I've been using a blend of 50/50 brisket and Choice NY strip which is typically $5.50 a pound here for sub-primals in cryo. If I can find it I like to add some tongue to the mix.
 ...and Ice Chisels..and
DP
 I find the cast iron handles on the 2.5mm transfer far less heat that the bronze handles they use on their 2mm line. Either way hot handles have been a factor on every Copper pot I've had. The All clad Copper Core is nice but I find both of these products to be very different tools and I wouldn't want to be with out a few of either. As far as cleaning goes with the Mauviel smooth Copper does seem to drive some wonky... although I never really understood why. You can...
Your knifes are not going to be clunking around in a box unless you plan on playing Monkey in the middle with it. If your that fastidious use knife guards, cloth or foam roll to wrap them. No biggie.
  The cover on mine is exactly like the 70's version Cheflayne posted. Not a cloth cover. The binding is embossed in Gold print. Dave
 I have the edition you are asking about (Published 1969 by Crown Publishers, Inc). I doubt you will find it significantly different from your earlier edition from 1941. Recipe # 1623 is the same in my edition as yours however if I can offer any help from the book please let me know.
New Posts  All Forums: