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sei asked in Food & DrinkOther - Food & Drink · 1 decade ago

where can i get a good Garde manger or carving kit online or in the Miami/ broward county area?

im going into the feild of Garde manger and i need a good carving kit since i plan to make it my major .

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
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    I know for a fact that F.Dick makes several garde manger set because when I was in school I bought one of them

    http://www.fdick.com/

    open >to red box on the bottom where it says

    click here for parent web site> click

    >>>>---------> For Professionals >click

    products>click

    After that there two possible destinations

    A) Chefs knives and ancilliary items >ancilliary items>garnishing sets

    B) Chefs sets >chefs sets & roll bags>vegetable and fruit carving sets

    So anyway that's what's out there ,Give your local restaurant supply stores a call or a visit and price it out

    Good Luck

  • Anonymous
    5 years ago

    Garde Manger Tools

  • ?
    Lv 4
    5 years ago

    The JWs are the ONLY non-trinitarian group in your list. I suggest that you go to Wikipedia and check out the links to "Nontrinitarianism." Frankly, about the only group I can think of which meets all of your requirements might be the Christadelphians. It might be that you're being called to establish such a group. Think (and pray) about it. PS: I'm sorry, folks, but you who insist that the Trinity was and is a basic Christian teaching are wrong. Even cursory research in Christian history will show that this was proclaimed as the official teaching of the Church for political, not religious, reasons. Pagan Roman Emperor Constantine I used the bishops convened in Nicaea to push this doctrine for his decidedly political reasons. He himself was not even a Christian, although his mother was. When he was baptized on his deathbed, it was by an Arian (NON-trinitarian) bishop! To JoeBama: I John 5:7 is known as the "Johnannine Comma," and does not appear in any Greek manuscripts prior to the 8th century; in fact, it was not in any widely-published translation from 1522 until the latter part of the 19th century, nor was it ever quoted by early Church Fathers.

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