I'm definitely in!
Type: Posts; User: Brad Gibson
I'm definitely in!
Dang, I was hoping to come up to the store on the 6th. Looks like it will have to wait another week! Have fun in NY Jon, And take a lot of pics!
Go for the spa treatment!
I talked to shosui about his grinds a few days ago on Facebook and even linked him this thread. He didn't seem very concerned and he said it was a matter of opinion.
Just use a green scrubby on it. I have a tojiro gyuto and it rusts super fast like this. Just keep it clean and dry when not in use and if rust forms remove it with a scrubby or an erasor.
the funayuki single bevel is supposedly the thinnest single bevel knife to be had. I believe they do not encourage beginner single bevel knife users to use a funayuki because it is extremely prone to...
as far as from a cooks standpoint. son killed it.
wow. as far as a western rehandle goes I believe you have nailed it.Next time try to not follow the same lines as were on the stock handle. I dont like that it dips near the choil but it looks...
does spalted pecan look like hawaiian signature wood?
that is an ultra sexy shig! congrats mikey!
i have heard that carter makes the best yanagiba. i do love my mizuno fuguhiki though.
a friend of mine uses an asai gyuto. it has a beautiful fit and finish and great edge retention. i would recommend this maker
what you need is one of those electric turkey knives as seen at 5:09
i just had the forgecraft son gave me thinned by del and its an amazing cutter. blows some of the low end japanese knives out of the water for sure.
my ealy line knife...
the KU on yours is still incredibly intact. mine is failing! but since I just got that ealy lets hope I can preserve it for a few more years in a drawer.
i know lefty has a carter suji in the mix, maybe someone will be getting lucky tomorrow!
Just got mine. It was the one pictured. Amazing work, can't wait to take it through the paces tomorrow at work! Thanks Del
I'd like to second the part about second thoughts. This knife is worth...
that looks amazing! Great work Dave!
Happy birthday Son.
The shigefusa nikiri, in my opinion, is the best option period. It has amazing steel and heat treat and comes with a very nice handle. Edge retention and sharpenability are very very good. If you...
the paring knife is an old sabatier