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    New meat cutting technique

    Not sure if anyone wants to give it a try but maybe Max Good wants to give it a shot.

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=SJKhahgGea8

    #2
    I am just imagining Chris Farley with a samurai sword.

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    • 58limited
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      Or John Belushi

    #3
    Afore even viewin th provided vidya, gotta tell yall, I was a hearin all kinda chainsaws, in my mind!!!

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      #4
      Mmmm, there's a flavour in this curry that I just can't pick!!

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      • JimLinebarger
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        Toe jam curry.

      #5
      EWWWWW!?!?

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      • Foehn Watts
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        Dat's why ya cook the meat wellllllll done.

      #6
      You should see what his other foot is doing!

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        #7
        I don't think that technique will ever get a toe hold in this country... 🤢

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          #8
          Pretty sure I just threw up in my mouth.

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            #9
            This is something I would definitely rather see on the way into the restaurant than on the way out.

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              #10
              Eating out in some other countries is an adventure, to be sure.

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                #11
                As a long-experienced professional commercial, an institutional cook, I'll havedta give credit, where it is due:... Th man never missed a stroke, even while not lookin at all, an muggin fer th camera, etc... Much Respeck!!!

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                • Foehn Watts
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                  Yesh, Mr. Bones ! That dude had some mad knife handlin' skills, fer sure.

                • RonB
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                  Yes - but did you count his toes?

                  Well, I didn't either.

                #12
                Where can I order my toe knife!

                I don't think I could contort my foot up to the cutting board level at my age... so its a pass...

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                • Foehn Watts
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                  When I first started to watch the video, I though the guy was slicing stuff with his sharpened *toenail*. I was thinking, man, how does he cover the toe to keep from slicing himself?

                • RonB
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                  jfmorris - this is where my superior intelligence shows. I woulda just lowered the cutting board...

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                Out

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                  #14
                  Nasty...but I want to see him de-bone a chicken with his foot!

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                    #15
                    Defeet the meat.
                    Last edited by holehogg; July 26, 2021, 12:35 PM. Reason: Changed Defeat to defeet.

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