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Need a new set. I want the good stuff. Any recommendations?
These knives always win the America's Test Kitchen tests.
- I want some of those, they're reasonably priced too. They would sadly just end up cutting a frozen pizza.JackRyan
I really want a ceramic santoku knife.
get a set of global knives.
ugly site, wonderful knives.
- wow, those are really niceDrBombay
- they're very pretty and perfectly weighted. lots of fun to use.Chief
Here's the best sharpener:
No shit--this thing is great
- Nooo ...oooooh!
Those things are just for temporary sharpenings!Peter
- Nooo ...oooooh!
I bought an extremely cheap and sharp vegetable cleaver from a thai grocery store. Thing looks like a murder weapon, it was 5 bucks and has lasted about 3 months so far with no sharpening. It's great.
Global® (as mentioned above).
I've had mine for around 10 years, and they're all still solid.
Oh man, I wish I had sharp knives.
I've had good luck with a set of Henkels. 15 years old and sharpened to the point of a pending accident once a year.
i have a set of wustoff knives i like. it's critical to hone the blade regularly with one of those rods to maintain the fine edge that actually does the cutting. your blade will stay sharp for years if you do this.
I was going to get some dope ass knives, but then I thought better of it. I am usually buzzed when I cook, so the possibility of cutting myself goes way up with dope ass knives. And since I'm buzzed, I cant be all irresponsible and driving myself to ER. Yup, that was my thought process in talking myself out of it.
- < that was awesomecbass99
- a sharper knife is safer than an unsharp (is that a word?) knifefourth
- "blunt" hahasine
- Yeah sharp is much safer dude.monospaced
- how much?cbass99
- That's about $350 right there.monospaced