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Herbie J - Alabama

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It was just me and my youngest daughter at home tonight. I asked her if she wanted me to take her out for a dinner date. She wanted to stay home and cook Greek chicken on the the 32BB. We added lentil soup, couscous, and tomatoes with cucumbers. 

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I think your daughter is pretty smart and evidently like home cooked food better especially by Dad. Looks pretty yummy by the way nice cook.

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Chicken on the KK, can't do better n that. Nice looking patina going on in that 32

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7 hours ago, Herbie J - Alabama said:

I hide this knife from the family. If I don’t, it would end up in the dishwasher. 

Same deal here. I keep my Japanese knives separate from regular knives. Everyone knows not to touch MY knives.

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8 hours ago, Herbie J - Alabama said:

I hide this knife from the family. If I don’t, it would end up in the dishwasher. 

Wooden handles just don't stand up to the washers abuse. Knifes are sacred, a rite of passage...I can remember my first buck knife, now where did I leave that?

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The detergent is also bad for the steel and will cause micropits. Plus, there's the problem of the knives banging into other stuff and badly dulling the blade.

I have a friend who struggled with his wife putting his good knives in the dishwasher, despite being asked multiple times not too. He even went so far as to put red colored tape on the handles to distinguish the ones that DIDN'T go in the dishwasher - it didn't work. He hides them now, too! 

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Please always try to take a shot of the food "when it's done cooking in the grill" 

Uncooked food is fine for the story but not drool worthy like the finished shots..
Thanks in advance..
 

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Guilty.
That’s a very good point Dennis, however, somewhere between preparing the food and eating the food, the sun generally goes down, and lighting for photography is reduced, and everyone is hungry, and, no, it’s the drinks that distract me.
I’ll try and take more plated shots.


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