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March 01, 2009


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Magnus Nordlander

There's also cut-resistant kevlar gloves, that supposedly work quite well. The allow you to work without the hand guard, but still protect you from losing your fingertips.


True!! Alton Brown advocates the cut resistant gloves.

Ironically, I was very careful while slicing -- but then cut myself while washing the mandoline. Duhh!

Carolyn Jung

Moe: Thank you for reminding me how wonderful this simple mix of fennel and celery is. I have had it before, but often forget to make it at home. It's all about the texture. Thin, crisp, and so refreshing tasting.

Carolyn Jung

Indeed, after reading your post, I made a celery-fennel salad a couple nights ago to go with a big bowl of beef raviolis for dinner. A wonderful addition to that simple meal.

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