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    Gesshin Ginga stainless chuka. No carbon steel blades for her... * shudder*... and she's used to using Chinese cleavers.
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    An Icel made Santoku. For my wife, it's a Rodrigue custom...what?!?
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    A block of Calphalon classic for our counter. German steel made in china. Oh how I would like to replace it but granite counter use + finding one in the dishwasher every now and then keeps me from upgrading. I get my enjoyment from using the coarse Edge Pro stones on them. I bought an ITK bread knife thinking it could replace the Calphalon but frankly I don't want to see it get abused so it hides with my traveling roll of knives.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lefty View Post
    An Icel made Santoku. For my wife, it's a Rodrigue custom...what?!?
    par....errr?

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    Saw the MIL using the wife's Myabi on the granite countertop this morning... Two BoardSmith's were within easy reach
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    Quote Originally Posted by EdipisReks View Post
    that's my wife knife. my M-I-L knows to not touch my things.
    The Shun classic was my wife's knife as well (though I use it once in a while). She is now using a Sakai Yusuke 210mm SS, thanks to BST!

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    No mother-in-law knife here, but I do have a $10 china-made henckels in case my just-plain-mother ever comes by.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WildBoar View Post
    Saw the MIL using the wife's Myabi on the granite countertop this morning... Two BoardSmith's were within easy reach
    I don't understand this. Where in the H E double Hockey Sticks do people get this idea? Chopping boards exist for a reason. This just makes me mad reading this.

    When we first got married, I caught my wife doing this with a shun 4" parer that I had just finished polishing a day or two ago. I was sufficiently upset about it that I brought her to a cutlery store and found a knife that she liked, so she'd stop messing with mine. Obviously, being newly wed and not wanting the gates to heaven close, I didn't freak out. I calmly explained to her how much the knives meant to me, and made a comparison that it would be like me dropping her guitars on a concrete floor. She hasn't done it since, which I very much appreciate.

    I don't let guests use my knives, they are too sharp. The last guest that used my knives nearly cut a finger off. I warned them "Careful, that knife is probably a lot sharper than you are used to." They decided to test the sharpness on their finger...but they did it wrong and cut most of the way to the bone. I have a beat up 6" cutco santoku I let guests use

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    Lol, deal with it, fix it later and put a smile on your face....it is not worth an argument.

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