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    Never seen a serrated Sword of Charlemagne before, but whatever floats your bread cutting boat. Personally, a 1917 Naval cutlass is more versatile.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PJs View Post
    About my size, I like it...but the nefarious incessant grin has to go! Interestingly designed, single handle rocking knife. Seen cleavers with similar shapes. They are a pain to put an edge on and not easy to store, more of a novelty.
    That paste-on grin indicates kinship with molded-on hair Ted Koppel. Cleverly disguised androids...Far as cleavers go; the slight curve on my heavy Dexter, lighter Victorinox or any of the Asian imports has been around how long? I can't see how such an extended round front edge https://dalstrong.com/products/gs-heavy-cleaver doesn't want to back out of a cut. Fact they are unloading at a third of original price has uh-oh gimmick written all over it. Video doesn't show it works on raw spaghetti squash; THAT'S a test.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jon View Post
    Found another GIF of the enormous meat platter cook. Unfortunately we don't get to see more of how those huge patties are dropped.
    ...or how sword-piercing a food prep surface [meat no less] demonstrates culinary sanitation.
    Too much showmanship, that Arabic platter sells itself. Like PJ"s, I wouldn't hesitate tackling it, single-handed. Preferably seated at a round lap height table. Those have a cool name I can't recall. Dining that way has no equal.
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    Uruguay grabs the Guinness World Record for the largest barbecue. 38-second video:


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    Same guy as before; he's becoming a bit of an Instagram celebrity. Here we have a whole stuffed and roasted ostrich.


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    There used to be a farm at the edge of our town that raised Ostrich. They would get out once in a while and be strutting around in the middle of the road. They are mean and nasty animals. They bite and spit at you and can run what seemed like 30 miles an hour. We used to herd them with our squad cars..gently of course...


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