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    lol, no worries.

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    I guess as a dumb, naive little housewife I'll have to fantasize about this knife while sharpening my Shige, Rader, Burke, and Devin. Lord knows all it takes to turn my head is a knife with a ridge and holes in it.

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    You got it. I don't know many housewives who will dump money into an ugly knife like this.

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    Been done already, enter the legendary Goldhamster solicut


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    It's ugly, but I'm gonna love it!

    I just got my Wusthof Ridge Chef's knife today. It is not lovely, but compared to the "cheesy" orange plastic ridged knife I've been using as a cheese cutter, it's pretty good looking. I just sliced some fresh mozzarella with it, then some paper-thin red onions and...I think it's a great addition to the rack. Functionality trumps, well, everything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dimsumdoll View Post
    I just got my Wusthof Ridge Chef's knife today. It is not lovely, but compared to the "cheesy" orange plastic ridged knife I've been using as a cheese cutter, it's pretty good looking. I just sliced some fresh mozzarella with it, then some paper-thin red onions and...I think it's a great addition to the rack. Functionality trumps, well, everything.




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    Is this the knife that "slices an onion so fast, you don't have time to cry" ?

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    I just ordered my new Wusthof Ridge Chef. It should be coming any day now. After reading this thread, I have to have one. This should make the potato sticking obsolete.
    "Into a country where the jails are full, and the mad houses closed." - Charles Bukowski

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    Will the Ridge Chef come with their own apron, or should I buy one ahead of time?
    "Into a country where the jails are full, and the mad houses closed." - Charles Bukowski

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