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    Steak knives and wooden plates

    I'm looking for non-serrated steak knives and good sized wooden plates (or boards with the top carved out a bit to keep the juices inside). Wile looking through the forum posts the knife i've seen mentioned that look interesting is the Tojiro steak knife. For wooden plates or boards i found nothing yet. Sometimes links of recommendations were no longer working.

    Which steak knives would you suggest to have a look at and can someone recommend wooden plates/boards to eat a nice steak from?

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    Not sure if you are looking for bulk, but Muji got wooden plates/bowls - http://www.muji.us/info/wp-content/u...cia_Letter.pdf

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    Thank you, the big plate looks nice. Do you know if these can withstand warm and moist food? I found their website and they state: "Not recommended uses for soup-like food." and it's laquer coated. I think the steak juices and fried veggies could count as soup-like.

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    Sorry, not sure, was in store today for non plate related purchasing and saw em, never used.

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    They are quite reasonable priced, so i could see if i can order one of them and try.

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    http://www.spanishtable.com/mm5/merc...Category_Code=

    And what I have for knives are Opinel carbon paring knives.

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    The Opinel look like they would work, these here are stain resistant steel. Thanks for the tip.
    http://www.opinel-usa.com/proddetail...shed-beechwood

    The steak plate looks good for BBQ and such, when there is not much juicy side dish/sauce involved.

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    Might want to contact Boardsmith -- he has a friend who makes maple plates. Picked up 4 from him a few months ago.
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    Very good idea!

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    I just came across this on Amazon. Haven't used them myself, but they might work for some folks out there.

    http://www.amazon.com/Ironwood-Gourm...=cutting+board

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