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Hey Chem. I am not familiar with all of these knives but I will tell you what I can. Moritaka - never used, sharpened, or handled one. I have seen the standard angled shots highlighting its geometry, and those were quite nice - quite thin, very acute, long taper, at least on that particular knife.
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So I have about $1,000 - $1,600 to spend. I am looking at new cookware and am deciding between the following in the title. I am looking for what I feel is the "Best cookware" I have had Calphalon and Analon Copper Core but I am planning to steer away from non stick and go stainless steel. All you
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I finally decided to jump from Western knives to Japanese knives. I started off with a stamped Henckels Twin Gourmet Santoku 7 inch and then bought a Kasumi Chef's Knife Western style . I found that the Kasumi holds an edge incredibly well, the only issue I have with it is that I found that the
A couple months ago, I posted that I had stopped using most cast iron mostly because of its uneven heating. I still sear steaks in a large skillet and occasionally fry an egg or two, but that's about it: In response to one of the comments, I stated that I had observed greater than 100 degree F
2Caspian - Caspians are a rather unique tank built at the WPC that can run on either land or water. It's not a substitute for a navy but it will ford any body of water without a bridge. Volga - After the moderate success of the Caspian, Volgas were adapted to carry heavy mount weapons. Just like the Caspian it can travel over land or water with equal ease. Minelayer - These are useful in
I am looking for a new chefs knife. Currently I have an 8" Lamson Sharp, that I like, but the camber is a little to much for my tastes. As a stop gap I purchased a new Victorinox 8" chefs knife which is ok, but I don't love the feel, the balance or the weight of it. I have been checking out Japanese