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OK. I'm working on understanding a concept here. Maybe someone can help me. I do understand things like spending your own hard-earned money on whatever it is that you like. Easy enough. I also have a good grasp on the idea of everyone being entitled to their own opinion. Yeah ... I know and exercise that one well enough. I'm very curious though, if there is some way, I mean there must be because so many people speak like it's religiously carved in stone, to make food taste...
Since around 2000 I drove the Jeep; a 1995 Cherokee Country. Then this spring, the frame rail on the passenger side rusted away. If we opened up the back gate one(1) more time the body probably would have folded in half. It had 350,000+ miles. This July I bought the Ford; a 1998 Escort ZX2 Sport. These pics are not of my actual cars, but they are visually accurate (except my Jeep had OEM wheels). Back in the days, when I was still living off of mommy, I had...
Here are pics of my 2 main knives:   I think you can find them both on "Clearance" for $10 each. LOL @ ME.  The Chef Knife is 1974-vintage. The santuko was a gift from my niece's kids. My third main knife is a $3 petty from IKEA.
LOL. Seriously?? Maybe somebody needs to leave the wisecracks at home.
In regards to knives ... Shun being the point of interest ... I don't think there is anything wrong with them. However ... I think you can get a lot more knife for less money if you look. I've never seen any in a pro kitchen, outside of Alton Brown's on TV. They're a well made quality product, they look very nice and do a good enough job for a home cook.
I had these: The La Scala The Heresy ... ... was the first, and only for a long time, KLIPSCH speaker to use a regular woofer instead of a horn. As far as "classical music" ... the Klipsch were, and always have been, killer for whatever they played. Extremely clean, and I would guess more efficient than anything else. The Advent Mini's that I use now are just fine. Particularly being that I live in a very small house. Also very clean, they put out nice solid sound...
This morning, around 11:00, I had to put down my dog "Bandit". Vinland Cherokee Ha'Aretz ("Bandit") ("Puma-Kid" and/or "Kid-Puma") will be going to join his friends. He has no real special story, he was just a really cool dog. He was the 4th puppy of our only litter. We'll never do that again. Eight or so weeks after we hadn't placed him, my wife Thelma decided that he would become her baby-boy puppy. He has been her puppy for the last 12 years. "Bandit" has a brilliant...
"CHEF" is only a vocabulary word. You either have skills ... or you don't. We work in kitchens ... It ain'te rocket surgery.
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