Fair questions and you are of course free to ask. :) I do not know the answers, however.
Thanks Mike, that was exactly my question (lack of dots in the USA). I didn't want to sway opinion by asking it directly. I'm glad that you found another 1970's without the dots so I suppose it is legit...
Probably not so elusive but stockman patterns are not my normal favorite...yet I am actually quite taken by this slim one. Unfortunately someone caused the clip to have a fair bit of blade play (up/down and sideways), and the sheepfoot has a bit side-to-side. Springs are pretty sunken too. I...
Valentine's treat, ribeye sandwiches (may seem lame but a family favorite). I normally do these on the grill, but "record" cold her in SE Texas has me indoors. Improvise, adapt, and overcome. LOL :D:rolleyes:
Magnificent!! :eek::cool::thumbsup::thumbsup: The implements and the storage, all first rate.
I think it speaks well of you to ask such a question. :thumbsup: Now I only play a chef on TV (kidding) but I do cook nearly every day. That said I tend to use the steel maybe once a week or every...
Thanks Dave! :D My mom's preferred bean-cookin' pot was an aluminum Magnalite. It had some heft to it but not as heavy as the equivalent-sized iron. Let us know your thoughts when you do.
The stew looks mighty tasty and I love black-eyed peas. The dip looks interesting. :thumbsup:
I carried this sowbelly over the weekend until now; this morning the small coke bottle kicked it out. I think we completely skipped winter here (not that we normally have anything too drastic) this year so soon it'll be back to knives that don't pull my shorts down. :rolleyes:
Really love these wood clad Cases! :cool:
That sheepfooted Vic looks downright useful! :thumbsup:
I am always late to the thread on the rare occasion one of these pops up. Love it! :cool:
I am a sucker for birdseye on yellow. Fabulous! :thumbsup:
Has to be my favorite Case peanut I've...