El Hefe Super Macho Taqueria is not your average taco joint. Just ask Ryan Hibbert, CEO of Riot Hospitality Group and owner of this newly established restaurant.
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Copyright and trademark law are complicated. They’re also fairly recent inventions. In fact, we had knives long before we had the idea to police the uniqueness of brand names. In Theirs, France, there were two families who made those knives. Both of these families were called Sabatier.
If I was to describe the perfect knife, I would mention a few specific qualities. It would probably be made from VG-10 or high-carbon steel, it would have a classic wooden handle, and it would have a mild Damascus pattern that made it unique, special and not too gaudy.
You’re probably tired of hearing about the “world” of difference that a nice chef’s knife makes. People on the internet will try to sell you the idea that cooking isn’t the same without a $300 Damascus Shun. If you don’t have an expensive knife that cuts through overripe tomatoes like soft butter, they’ll say, you’re not getting the most out of your kitchen.
I’ve had the pleasure of watching a Circulon Infinite Hard Anodized nonstick demonstration in person. While I’m definitely not the target audience of these demos (it’s hard to impress someone who knows that your competition can do the thing you’re demonstrating, too), I found that I enjoyed the presentation.