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    Ugh, the dukey that slips by when you're not paying attention. A simple thing like picking out a steak per temperature! Argh!!!

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    Nice to see all those carbons in the workplace,& the owner too back on the job.

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    whats that knife on top of the pile? with the white spacer?

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    It looks like commemorative Carter from cktg
    I had one from the same batch it's a corian spacer, micarta & ironwood
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    Huw
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    Seen this pile before, tried the miz white, bought the same carter... My take away was : Paid Vacation ???

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    how was that miz white?

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    Solid. Pleasure in the back, made me wish I had the big tables like back at the hotel.
    Wouldn't bring it on line for carving or rolls.
    Wouldn't probably spend the money on honyanki for this one, but I guess the clads are more reactive than average.

    At a different place... with a different pay scale... it could be a great choice, but I'm still looking for something that will work better for me.

    Edit. Also, I lied ... it was the blue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Von blewitt View Post
    It looks like commemorative Carter from cktg
    I had one from the same batch it's a corian spacer, micarta & ironwood
    [IMG][/IMG]
    Yep, that's the one. I noticed it had a sizable chip in it so I didn't sharpen this time. It will be a little project.

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    That carter was a good investment. I bet the same knife would cost a little bit more now

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    I feel bad working mine so hard...probably over sharpened in the last few years.. soon its gona be a suji.

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