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Australian-born chef Curtis Stone's essentials include vegemite and French knives his mother found at an estate sale.
"It's a way of life when you grow up Aussie. I'm trying to make sure my son, Hudson, loves it, too."
"My Mum and I found these at an estate sale; I love the history."
"This is actually why I fell in love with my house."