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Wine is a fine lubricant. Nothing wrong with that.
The name sounds perfect for a woman who can no longer self lubricate.
This is awesome. It reminds me of the best of Hawaii circa 1955.This is cringeworthy.
Good work is not inexpensive.
That's not bad at all.
This is what happens when great and terrible mate with each other. The Hamptons house is what happens when mediocrity finds money.
His knives do not require a thinner blade. They are not thin at the top, but behind the edge they are unbelievably so, and I have never had a problem with any food wedging.
Exactly. Actually, I find that if you want 1/8 or whatever, any knife is fine. If you are trying to cut potatoes into 1/2 inch slabs, the thicker knives tend to push on the vegetable too much and crack it. Its the same thing that allows thin slices not to stick to a good German knife, but I don't like the look of the slightly chewed bottom of the potato slab from wedging.
The worst knife for cutting a hard vegetable, other than a dull knife, is a thick knife. That means traditional Japanese knives are the worst by far for that particular task. Thin vs thick western knives both have advantages and drawbacks. Eventually it doesn't matter.
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