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Discussion in 'General Knife Discussion' started by BellaBlades, Oct 25, 2018.
First time trying Raising Cane's. Awesome!
4" Sunfish with A5 wagyu beef from Hokkaido
What knife is that?
a forced notch maple burr handle by Gregory Picard
The website is no longer up to date, he presents his creations on Facebook.
Is that mall teryiaki chicken? I LOVE mall teriyaki lol.
Canes? That looks like canes
Sure looks like it but no just a stir fry place in Downtown Vancouver.Really popular with some construction workers.
My Lemon Grass Chicken Burrito from Tacofino
Pumpkin yam ale and a spicy burger!!
Is that Slater's in San Diego? Ps. Cool knife
No sir, this is The Hills pub in LA Mesa. They make one hell of a burger!!
Slaters is good too, haven't been there in a while.
Swordfish steak in red chili oil
Very nice, I love chili oil.... Asian markets have the good stuff.
Working on that chili oil patina I see.
There's so many recipes out there to make your own too. My wife got me into it as she isn't Chinese and she prefers Northern and Western Chinese dishes over my Cantonese heritage's food. So I started learning how to make stuff like DanDan noodles for fun. At the end of the day though, I don't know if making the stuff by hand is worth the effort versus all of the delicious versions in stores.
That's funny, I guess VG10 can patina. I literally will cut anything with that tiny Baby Jess Horn. At first I didn't like that blade all that much but then it matched one that was gifted to me a few years back by a BF member (you know who) that has been in my brother's rotation for a while now. I bought one back but then sold that full size one again after it being too similar to a Caly 3. This little guy though changed my entire EDC collection. I got rid of all of my Milli's for example that were never carried. All of my tiny EDC's get used all the time though. Cuts anything from packaging to boxes to zip ties! But this reminds me, I probably do need to clean the blade every once in a while, lol.
I once cut up some Japanese fried chicken (karaage) with an O1 tool steel blade (Battle horse tree frog) and within minutes it developed a patina. Could not be removed by washing with detergent or alcohol or vinegar. Finally removed it by rubbing with baking soda and a damp paper towel.