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by John Osier
Author: John Osier
Publisher: Distributed by Peachtree Publishers; First Edition edition (1989)
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Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780918518774.
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He has written several books on southern food. He contributes to the Oxford American and the New York Times, and has written for Garden & Gun and Afar. In 2017, he published The Potlikker Papers, a personal history of Southern food.
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Osier (Rankin: Enemy of the State, 1986) teeters between the two, and the book winds up neither funny nor threatening-merely a flat, aimless, and rather puzzling exercise from a talented writer. Publisher: Peachtree.
Universally recognized as ''The Bible of The Cutting Edge'', this book belongs in the library of anyone who is serious about sharpening. Written by Guinness world record holder John Juranitch, it contains all the knowledge and insights gained during his more than 40 years in the sharpening industry. The 145 page book is crammed with photos, illustrations and cutting edge secrets you won't find anywhere else. Its 14 chapters cover topics like how to choose a knife, sharpening theories nad applicaitons, steeling, using a hone and much, much more.
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