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Cotton Cheesecloth : This 100-percent lint-free cotton cheesecloth serves myriad kitchen functions including straining, steaming, blanching, poaching fish, and canning. Cleans kitchen surfaces and polishes glassware, too. Made in the USA. 2 sq. yards
 
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Cheese Cloth
PostedDecember 1, 2010
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GlitterPaint
fromRed Creek, NY
I used the cheesecloth to do a bourbon turkey, having to soak 2 clothes in boubon, one stuffed in cavity of turkey, the other wrapped around it for 24 hours-then removed and also placed in turkey cavity and turkey cooked in oven with both clothes inside and it came out so moist and pretty much did not have to be sliced off the turkey.. this cloth did the job
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 Porterhouse Pakkawood Steak Knives
Porterhouse Pakkawood Steak Knives
Porterhouse Pakkawood Steak Knives : Set of four Japanese stainless-steel serrated blades with Pakkawood handles. Whether it's steak or pork, lamb or fresh game, these steak knives cut perfectly. These blades stay sharp. They never need sharpening and are riveted to large, comfortably contoured handles. 4 3/4" blade; 10" overall. Hand wash.
 
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PorterHouse Pakkawood Steak Knives
PostedDecember 1, 2010
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GlitterPaint
fromRed Creek, NY
they are huge compared to the picture, not your average size steak knives, HOWEVER, they're so strong that I use them for many other kitchen tasks besides slicing meat..I love these knives..So glad I purchased them :)
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