Rules of conduct

Welcome at the Cafeteria! Here you can exchange ideas with Coticule users
from around the globe.
Please make sure you understand our forum rules!

Read more …
 
Avatar
Dr Ralfson Bwhahaha (tat2Ralfy)
Associate
Posts: 3610
Your Mrs asks you to grate some cheese and you find yourself doing this....





Hahahahaha
Oh yeah and we got finer graters so I can get a progression going, now where did I put that Parmessan??
Hahahahaha
[Last edited by tat2Ralfy, 2009-10-08 02:39]
We Are All Pioneers In Our Own Right.
The Infamous Coticule Crew
Pip Pip Old Bean
2009-10-08 02:36
Avatar
Bart Torfs (Bart)
Associate
From: Belgium
Posts: 5001
Ralfy,

You're a genius!!

For over a year I'm searching for some way to mimic a few honing principles on a large scale, so people can actually see what's going on at the very edge.
A fine block of cheese and some graters in different "coarseness" seems to be just what we need. And we can eat the honing debris, while discussing the principles...:rolleyes:

This is just great!

:w00t:

Bart.
Then the light shone, trumpets sounded and I got to the other side, where men shave with smiles on their faces, razors pop hairs, and a continuous choir singing «~~Keen and Smooth~~» is heard everywhere. (Matt)
2009-10-08 03:26
Avatar
Dr Ralfson Bwhahaha (tat2Ralfy)
Associate
Posts: 3610
Its all there Bart, you can even work the cheese "bevel" where it needs to make it level, just like on a Razors edge,we have 3 graters from the standard coarse one i used on this soft Red Leicester cheese through to medium and fine for hard Italion Cheeses, I am guessing you could find a something to replicate a final polishing as we do with a coti/water?

Glad you found this a help, and i hope you can indeed use this as a way to demonstrate this remarkable craft
We Are All Pioneers In Our Own Right.
The Infamous Coticule Crew
Pip Pip Old Bean
2009-10-08 03:46
Avatar
JimR
Posts: 146
What, no X stroke? :lol: :lol:
2009-10-09 16:28