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  1. In Topic: cooking

    02 December 2019 - 11:31 PM

    Can we all agree the turkey itself is the worst part of the meal? Sides for life. Stuffing for life.
  2. In Topic: Dune Remake

    08 October 2019 - 11:13 PM

    This. Is. Going. To. Be. Dope.

    Time to rewatch the syfy series and reread the books - brb
  3. In Topic: So, the WHEEL OF TIME TV series is a go at Sony

    04 October 2019 - 05:26 PM

    Speaking of girls posing to draw attention to certain things - he’d have a fit on instagram today #thighgaplife
  4. In Topic: So, the WHEEL OF TIME TV series is a go at Sony

    03 October 2019 - 06:42 PM

    Promo video out with excerpts from the first table read - some people saying it looks like the guy who played Lord Bolton (Michael McElhatton) was there... I can kinda see it - wonder if he is Thom or Fain or Tam or who (he could probably be a good Fain)

  5. In Topic: cooking

    22 August 2019 - 03:40 PM

    I think you can get a decent chef’s knife for $50+, and it can work really well for a long time as long as you take care of it. But there are some decent knives that are even cheaper. Cuisinart makes greater starter set knives if you dont want to break the bank.

    The trick is maintenance. You should have a sharpening steel (the steel rod) and use it frequently (every few uses). 4-5 swipes per side while applying a decent level of pressure. Worth noting this should not replace actual sharpening, the rod just serves to realign the edge. Every few months you should get your knives properly sharpened by a professional or using a machine.

    If you take good care of your knives, a $20-50 cuisinart chef’s knife wont feel that much different than a $100+ knife, and it’ll still last you a long time.

    But with a good chef’s knife, paring knfie and a serrated for bread you should be set. I hardly use anything else



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