Mokume clad laminated blades.
once the oyster knives and ss Damascus measuring cups/ spoons are done, I'd say perhaps a ss Damascus dough scraper.
David (WildBoar's Kitchen)
How about a Damascus bane to keep your Damascus spoons in during service
"A recipe has no soul. You as the cook must bring soul to the recipe." -Thomas Keller
Some cool ideas,
I have thought about doing oyster knives more than once, but I was talked out of it. I don't remember the reasoning now, but I like the idea of doing them in ss Damascus. I think that would be the most practical.
It's funny that you mention this, I have several times worked on a mokume mix of copper and iron. I got it to work once, but then failed several times. Maybe it's time to revisit my efforts there. If I add a steel core to the center, than may make a practical blade.
David asked me some time ago if it would be possible to make a teaspoon and tablespoon measuring set. I think it's time I gave that a try. You always come up with some cool ideas. A dough scraper this time? Should be pretty straightforward.
I'll take a look at the boning knife you mentioned, and I'll see what I can do.
I'm certainly up for doing some more bottle openers as well.
Kep them coming guys.
Damascus small offset spatula !!!! My all time fav tool during service. That would be BALLIN Del!!
Another vote for an Oyster Knife
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-Lane Myer (Definitely not as in Oscar Mayer)
Damascus fish tweezers. +1 for single bevels! Your handle on a yanagi would be unreal.
What about (semi) stainless damascus chopsticks?