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I've never really understood the scissors in the knife block thing. We got it at my house but I would rather use the scissors from the junk drawer.


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Polock Joe said:
I've never really understood the scissors in the knife block thing. We got it at my house but I would rather use the scissors from the junk drawer.

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Actually those are called "kitchen shears". Say you need to cut, oh I don't know, a chicken leg quarter. Would you still use the sissors from the junk drawer?
 

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Actually those are called "kitchen shears". Say you need to cut, oh I don't know, a chicken leg quarter. Would you still use the sissors from the junk drawer?
Good point......I use them to cut open frozen burritos and things of that nature.....but if the need to cut a chicken arises then I would certainly not use the junk drawer scissors.
 

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Polock Joe said:
Good point......I use them to cut open frozen burritos and things of that nature.....but if the need to cut a chicken arises then I would certainly not use the junk drawer scissors.
Very good. Next we'll cover proper rolling pin use.
 

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yeah the girl loves when i metal work in the kitchen....ha ha. I bent the metal for the stretch section over my knee. here are some more pics

hey straightpipes
good eye on the anderson hospital mug, my soon to be wife used to work there she is now at childrens. we live in F.H. now.
 

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