Oh man, they are so good that way!I've been cooking them that way for years now. And like you, I cook them just a tad longer than Gordo. Don't always have creme freche on hand, so I substitute Devon cream, or even a dollop of whipped cream cheese like you.
BTW, I love how he burns the toast. LOL!
For eggs and only for eggs, I use a Calphalon nonstick pan. Best I've found as a combination of performance and durability - more durable than the All-Clad non-stick pans I've had. Pro Tip: NEVER use high heat on a non-stick pan. Nothing above medium heat ever.
I wish, that was like 30 years ago...pretty sure I got it not to long after Karate Kid came out. The new place definitely needs a couple bonsai trees hanging out...gonna have to see if anything local is available for reasonable prices.Oh wow that sounds lovely!
Any pictures ?
I came across one while out at our local gardening store and maaaan...they are so cool. But very nichè and I need to do more research before getting one
that's the only Hawaiian island I've ever been on. Went mountain biking there if you can believe it. When that red earth gets wet, it's no better than ice. We had the family set us up with a time share place and air miles, but travelled with our two year old and it wasn't the greatest trip of all time. Beautiful damn place, once you get away from the crappy resort area
Ahh haha classic. Karate kid was a childhood favourite of mine also. But yes pics if you do!I wish, that was like 30 years ago...pretty sure I got it not to long after Karate Kid came out. The new place definitely needs a couple bonsai trees hanging out...gonna have to see if anything local is available for reasonable prices.
Neighbor had quite a few when I was a kid. They look really cool, but seemed to take a lot of work. (No, he wasn't the one who I learned karate from ).
Nathan, see Josh from REK's response to my question about DLC coating an FK2. Thoughts? Has anyone here DLC coated one of your knives?
"Yeah, I'm taking orders for a batch now... You would need to check with Nathan to make sure the temper would be fine, my DLC is applied at 500F."
I remember asking about DLC coatings some time back, and my conclusion was that the only possibility was to potentially have it done prior to the heat treat (like Chip doing the engraving on CPKs, but that might only be a possibility on a preorder if Nathan was amenable), and that ultimately the juice wasn't worth the squeeze.Nathan has already responded but I just wanted to add:
I almost went down the same rabbit hole a while ago going back and forth with Josh before he became a full time maker with his own knife projects. I gather that he may not be taking in new projects for new clients but he may still be doing some continued work for prior repeat clients.
Josh does excellent work on CPKs and probably the only person outside of CPK who a few in here trust with extracurricular work on CPKs such as adding swedge, adding satin finish and doing acid wash. Of course doing these with CPK directly if offered is the best way to go but those options are not overtly always available. If you like a less reflective blade, ask Josh about his acid wash service if you can not get that directly from CPK. AW is not as durable as DLC but to me, it’s a great alternative which will not compromise the secret sauce HT.
What's the trick to cooking eggs on stainless steel without them acting like fast fixing super glue?
Sorry for being an idiot in the want to buy, sell and trade thread. My bad.