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Heads up on a new book.

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For those of you that peruse The Japan Woodworker, their book this month is "The Japanese Kitchen Knife."

Yes, I know that I'm incredibly good looking, flirtatious, and a great soft shoe dancer, but I had nothing to do with this timely announcement.

But we're never going to convince the "Euro hackers" of this odd coincidence.;)
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I think the most wonderful thing in the world is another chef. I'm always excited about learning new things about food.
Paul Prudhomme
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I think the most wonderful thing in the world is another chef. I'm always excited about learning new things about food.
Paul Prudhomme
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post #3 of 7
Typical.....

Great photography and suck-ie content........
...."This whole reality thing is really not what I expected it would be"......
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...."This whole reality thing is really not what I expected it would be"......
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post #4 of 7
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LOL. Great sarcasm. I told you guys this would be fun.:lol:
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I saw this book and I decided to buy a Japanese book about different cutting technique instead. The Japanese book was less flashy and went into details about many fishes and less known veggies.

It's a nice looking book, but I will pass and keep my money to buy more knives.
post #6 of 7
Just trying to keep up for the "Euro hackers". :lol:
BTW I assume the book you are referring to is "Japanese Kitchen Knives". It's about ten bucks less on Amazon but getting mixed reviews. Every one seems to like the pictures though. Chad wards book would probably be a much better buy for many.
It's never a good thing to need to rely on some one else to sharpen your tools no matter where they come from. ;)


Amazon.com: An Edge in the Kitchen: The Ultimate Guide to Kitchen Knives -- How to Buy Them, Keep Them Razor Sharp, and Use Them Like a Pro (9780061188480): Chad Ward: Books
I think the most wonderful thing in the world is another chef. I'm always excited about learning new things about food.
Paul Prudhomme
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I think the most wonderful thing in the world is another chef. I'm always excited about learning new things about food.
Paul Prudhomme
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post #7 of 7
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I rep for them and my guess is that I'll be able to get it for 40% of the MSRP. The odd part is that I might have it lying around here amid the clutter--I don't honestly know. I do know that I haven't purchased the current rendition, but a review for CT may be in the works.
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