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Tex65 10-05-2020 05:31 PM

Kitchen knife
 
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Getting better at kitchen knifes. Grind on this one is way better. Doesn’t feel like your cutting with an axe. 154 CM with Thuya Burl and copper pins.

KenH 05-06-2021 09:27 AM

That copper pins really set the Thuya off, looks good together. Nice looking knife.

M&J 05-06-2021 02:28 PM

Looking good!

jimmontg 05-07-2021 09:37 AM

Looks very good. The handle sets it off.

melia164 06-01-2021 03:02 AM

Chef's knives are used for cutting meat, dicing vegetables, disjointing some cuts, slicing herbs, and chopping nuts, but there are a number of different varieties for separate purposes, including carving, slicing and bread knives for specific ingredients

KenH 06-02-2021 10:51 AM

That is a really nice looking knife - is that what's called a "petty chef"?

jhonharry234 06-07-2021 07:01 AM

This is the best MAC MTH-80 Professional Series 8-inch Chef's Knife with Dimples

WarrenGraham 05-10-2022 11:30 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Tex653 (Post 5030173)
Getting better at kitchen knifes. Grind on this one is way better. Doesn’t feel like your cutting with an axe. 154 CM with Thuya Burl and copper pins.



Looks very good. The handle sets it off.


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