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PostPosted: Sun Apr 08, 2007 6:31 pm    Post subject: Re: TOOLS OF OUR "TRADE" - KNIVES Reply with quote

Bowie?

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PostPosted: Sun Apr 08, 2007 9:27 pm    Post subject: Re: TOOLS OF OUR "TRADE" - KNIVES Reply with quote

Now we are getting technical, aren't we. Laughing

Methinks I best do a little research on the net to find out what consitutes different blades styles.

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PostPosted: Sun Apr 08, 2007 9:54 pm    Post subject: Re: TOOLS OF OUR "TRADE" - KNIVES Reply with quote

have a good bowie my self along with a khourkory think thats how you spell it. its a head lopping off knife from afhganistan I got many years ago again from my dad.

yes montana is becoming gentrified. what a great term
i work in a 3 star restaurant we serve many great wines i am told. i dont drink except for special occasions.

also the Sankuto blades are very fine
did every one have a good Easter.
I went looking for fried rabbit but couldnt find any mores the pity

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PostPosted: Sun Apr 08, 2007 10:09 pm    Post subject: Re: TOOLS OF OUR "TRADE" - KNIVES Reply with quote

keetoowah wrote:
have a good bowie my self along with a khourkory think thats how you spell it. its a head lopping off knife from afhganistan I got many years ago again from my dad.

yes montana is becoming gentrified. what a great term
i work in a 3 star restaurant we serve many great wines i am told. i dont drink except for special occasions.

also the Sankuto blades are very fine
did every one have a good Easter.
I went looking for fried rabbit but couldnt find any mores the pity

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Hi keetoowah.

The Kukri is a Nepalese knife that the Gurkhas carry. They really came into their own during WWII and the Gurkhas developed a fearsome reputation for their adeptness with this awesome blade. There are actually two different size Kukri. One is the everday carry blade that is about 12"-14" long and then there is a much larger one that can be up to 30", or thereabouts long. The bigger one is used for killing oxen and other such manhood proving things. I have heard that a boy is considered a man if he can cleave an ox head from the body in one stroke. Don't know how true this is, but I have no reason to doubt it seeing as how I got the story from a Gurkha soldier on exchange with 6RAR some years ago. We were sharing a couple of pots of Gurkha Rum though so anything is possible. Haha

Have a look at this link:

Khukouri History

You don't drink !?!? Oh, I know....you've found a way to eat it, haven't you Very Happy Very Happy

Ah, rabbits....I have about a dozen in the freezer right now....but not the Easter Bunny....I like choccy too much. Very Happy

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PostPosted: Sun Apr 08, 2007 10:17 pm    Post subject: Re: TOOLS OF OUR "TRADE" - KNIVES Reply with quote

thanks Vince
nepalese carry them?? wow

found out the german scot irish ancestory allows me to drink well and alot
but the indian side is too hard to contain when liquored up ... so i prefer to watch others drink and take pictures of them ...hehehehe.
I cook with alot of different whiskeys, wines, sambuka and coconut rum along with nikolai vodka. others seem to like them

off to bed the week begins again.
take care

ps ever see where the little chocolate eggs come from????
have a good recipe for fried rabbit and cream gravy with corn on the cob and a caesar salad.
tiramisu for dessert.
night all

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PostPosted: Sun Apr 08, 2007 10:22 pm    Post subject: Re: TOOLS OF OUR "TRADE" - KNIVES Reply with quote

keetoowah wrote:
ps ever see where the little chocolate eggs come from????

UH OOHH..LITTLE chocolate eggs wtf ....I don't like the sound of this.

Night night mate. Sleep well.

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PostPosted: Mon Apr 09, 2007 12:04 am    Post subject: Re: TOOLS OF OUR "TRADE" - KNIVES Reply with quote

Keetoowah,
If you would grill or broil that rabbit I'd join ya for dinner but my wife would definitely go for the fried rabbit. You can take the lady out of the South but you can't take the South out of the lady.
The first time I "fried" chicken (three or four tablespoons of olive oil in a 12 inch cast iron pan) for her I think it broke her heart - there wasn't any grease on it and the poor girl couldn't get an oil change out of my cooking.
After seven years of my cooking she can't tollerate much grease in her food anymore but she still talks about fried whatever and hushpuppies. I tell her that there is no need to deep fry cornbread.

For the most part she likes my cooking - especially when I start cooking things like crepes, salmon, stuffed chops and pot-roast with red taters and aspergus. She really likes my dessert crepes.

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PostPosted: Mon Apr 09, 2007 2:46 pm    Post subject: Re: TOOLS OF OUR "TRADE" - KNIVES Reply with quote

That is so true sir about taking the girl out of the South but not the South out of the mouth is our family saying. I can cook anything over an open fire
grilled, or fried.
Dont care much for grease either so I oven back my fried rabbit at times.
then there are those times you just have to have the grease or the hubby just aint happy.
hushpuppies are marveleous, with rabbit or walleye and ling.
your wife have any good game recipes to share
have to come up with a special this week to serve at the restaurant.

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PostPosted: Mon Apr 09, 2007 3:17 pm    Post subject: Re: TOOLS OF OUR "TRADE" - KNIVES Reply with quote

Vince wrote:
Now we are getting technical, aren't we. Laughing

Methinks I best do a little research on the net to find out what consitutes different blades styles.

Cheers, Vince

here ya go
www.arizonacustomknive.../blade.asp
the Kukri blades are a real nasty looking blade, i donno if it could do an ox but i sure bet it would do a job on a enemy head/arm/leg !!
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