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Discussion in 'Fiddleback Forge Knives' started by Dcaggie06, Feb 12, 2014.
That is Old School Goodness all the way!!!
Nice scene!! It speaks to me on a lot of levels!
Thats @Cohutta model Russell makes that I want a bolstered version of later when he's done more with metal hilts and bolsters
Beautiful handle in that one.
One of the recent images...
joey berry made some jalapeno/cheddar sausage
figures as much
Smoked rainbow trout on the Kamado Joe with an assist from a Cohutta Appalachian Skinner (it sliced the lemons).
looks good. Lemons are really pushing it with a Cochuttie.
you didn't cut a damn thing with that dish
Did to. Those tiny little green onions.
probably had to re-sharpen it afterwards
I was just about to say those scallions had to be cut with something, they sure weren't torn into pieces lol
Alayna and I had trout last night, but with her not feeling well and the sudden crazy snowy weather I didn't do any grilling, I just pan fried them...
Ham & Beans with my famous cornbread. Oh yea, my FB Kephart
duplicate on slow bladeforums tonight
Cut up the Shank with the Shank.
Beans and cornbread in the cast iron.