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    Quote Originally Posted by Chef Doom View Post
    Will the Ridge Chef come with their own apron, or should I buy one ahead of time?
    You won't need an apron with this knife. It cuts so cleanly there is no danger of you getting any gunk on your clothes.

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    Astoundingly sharp!

    Brand-new, this knife is so sharp that I have warned my husband never to touch it, let alone use it. I am wondering how to hone it. The "laser" edge doesnt have any visible bevel(s). I don't believe in eternal sharpness of anything, and the Wusthof Ridge Knife packaging says nuthin'.

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    After reading all of this, I just had to go find a pic of one on the 'net. Gadzooks! Who the hell designed that thing? It's heinous.
    OTOH, I do have to wonder how well it would work for potatoes.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by dimsumdoll View Post
    Brand-new, this knife is so sharp that I have warned my husband never to touch it, let alone use it. I am wondering how to hone it. The "laser" edge doesnt have any visible bevel(s). I don't believe in eternal sharpness of anything, and the Wusthof Ridge Knife packaging says nuthin'.
    like any other German knife, there is nothing special about the "laser" bevels.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dimsumdoll View Post
    Brand-new, this knife is so sharp that I have warned my husband never to touch it, let alone use it. I am wondering how to hone it. The "laser" edge doesnt have any visible bevel(s). I don't believe in eternal sharpness of anything, and the Wusthof Ridge Knife packaging says nuthin'.
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    So what you are saying is the Ridge Chef is a knife and not your own personal chef?

    I gotta start reading these threads from the beginning.
    "Into a country where the jails are full, and the mad houses closed." - Charles Bukowski

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    My brother in law goes by Ridge, and has worked as a chef.

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    Don't make me post another pic of Chef Tony and his Accu-Grip Control ball dammit!!
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    Was looking for the knife but came across this instead:

    http://www.williams-sonoma.com/produ...cm_src=AutoRel

    $2000 for a 8 inch damascus chef knife. Granted, they give you some extras but still...

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    Quote Originally Posted by bamin View Post
    Was looking for the knife but came across this instead:

    http://www.williams-sonoma.com/produ...cm_src=AutoRel

    $2000 for a 8 inch damascus chef knife. Granted, they give you some extras but still...
    Yikes! For a whole lot less, one could have master Saji, or Tanaka, or Tsourkan (sp?) or Martell, or any one of a number of top notch custom makers create one to your exact specifications.

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