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    Senior Member Brad Gibson's Avatar
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    that knife is so beautiful Huw. Congrats!
    "A recipe has no soul. You as the cook must bring soul to the recipe." -Thomas Keller

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    I'm sure I've posted a bazillion pics of this one already, but she's still my fave, and my most-used.
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    280 Takeda with MHenry handle. It's dyed maple from that crazy BurlSource guy with a Sheephorn spacer.
    I remember when Mark put the blocks up for sale in his store, and asked Mike if he had bought any. I commissioned Mike to make something cool with it, and he even sold me the knife. This thing is a prep-monster, but can handle the most delicate tasks as well.
    I call her the Green Monster.
    I might add that I'm a Red Sox fan as well.
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    Just a couple more days until the drawing.
    So.....if you haven't posted a photo of your favorite there is still time.
    Lots of nice knives so far.
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    A lot of knives make the top of the list but this is one I reach for most often for quick and dirty tasks. Probably not the "best" knife, certainly not the most expensive, perhaps the handiest and definitely the prettiest. Yoshi 210 SKD Gyuto from recent batch from Maxim. Wood from Mark, handle by Mike.


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    Dave
    Older and wider.

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    My 240 Shig Kitaeji with custom Marko handle and Red Cedar Burl (from you of course)/buffalo horn ferrule is likely not to leave the fold.

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    I'm surprised and disappointed more people haven't entered in this contest.
    Oh well, better chance for me to win!
    Beautiful blades everyone!
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    there sits but an ass.

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    I'm truly enjoying my Pierre 240 Midtech, and my Kochi 270 gyutos. Probably grabbing my Pierre the most frequently, and my wife adores stainless, so I keep finding that one out. But the Kochi is a beast, and just exceedingly thin behind the edge.

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    My Marko suji is still the one I reach for most times without thinking. This is the only photo I have on this computer or my uploads right now. Thanks knyfe for bringing this to my attention.

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    Mike Davis 240mm line knife with Tom Mclean saya
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    Another favorite....

    Tough to choose a favorite. There's never just one.... Shig Kitaeji Mioroshi Deba is my first contender ....


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