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    Senior Member Justin0505's Avatar
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    IMO one of your best looking knives to date. I hope someone brought a camera to that hammer in.
    "I gotta tell ya, this is pretty terrific. Ha hahaha, YEAH!" - Moe (w/ 2 knives). http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YVt4U...layer_embedded

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    I was given the distinct pleasure of testing this knife and putting it through the paces. All I can say is HOLLY S__T!!! What a totally incredible knife.

    It seems as though the belly and heel are the most efficient working areas of the knife. Appears to be a little "sticktion" in the tip area. I believe that this is from the advanced grind that was done on the blade.

    What a bad ass knife!!! A true "LASER". Blazed through mirepoix with ease. Tomatoes like butter. Concerned about the handle, seems to be a little rough after extended use. I absolutely love this knife and could easily make it my #1. Fit and finish are amazing.

    Here is a copy of the menu that the "wonder knife" assisted me in preparing.

    Tasting for "Lazy Boy":

    Amuse Bouche: Terrine of Heirloom Tomatoes with Roquefort Mousse

    *** Cafe Display ***

    Crispy Oriental Chicken Salad w/ Sesame Seed Dressing

    Pecan Chicken Salad w/ Raspberry Vinaigrette

    BBQ Smoked Beef Brisket w/ Braised Greens

    Orange Glazed Bay of Fundy Salmon

    Grilled Chicken Riata on Naan Bread w/ Tamarind Glaze

    *** Catering Display ***

    Country French Pate' w/ Green Tomato Chutney & Pickeled Red Onions

    Maryland Crab Cake w/ Micro Greens & Remoulade Sauce

    Charred Colorado Lamb Chop w/ Rissotto & Sweet Pea Cake

    Roasted Pumpkin, Sweet Corn and Lobster Bisque

    Grilled Flank Steak w/ Balsamic & Pomegranate Jus Lie'

    Braised Short Ribs of Beef Jardiniere w/ Celeriac Puree

    Dessert Table.

    I know this knife is considerable thinner then usual for Mario's work, however, I hope that he continues to offer this grind, simply becuase it is the cats meow!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RRLOVER View Post
    They are only 11.5inches long.. but have a 1.5 foot radius milled into the face.... that would mimic a three foot diameter wheel.
    OK Now I understand. Thanks for the explanation.

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    That looks like a tasty menu. There is not an item on it I would turn down. Maybe some should be added to the KKF cookbook.

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