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Fill your home with the irresistible aroma of roasted chestnuts this holiday season -- it's a Good Thing.

Source: The Martha Stewart Show, November 2009
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  • marcybmom
    25 NOV, 2009
    You can get the chestnut knife from Williams Sonoma. At what temp should I have oven???
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  • CDavisNJ
    25 NOV, 2009
    http://www.chestnutsforsale.com/Chestnut-Knife_p_29-17.html I have this knife, it works safely to cut through the toughest chestnut skin.
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  • lisa61
    25 NOV, 2009
    just use a paring knife.
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  • hgoldberg
    25 NOV, 2009
    Does anyone know where you can get the tool (or what it's called) that Martha used to cut the X into the chestnuts before the roasted them? Thanks!
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