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    All the talk about the virtues of junk bread knives brought back some memories of late-night infomercials of "chef" (knucklehead) Tony and his "miracle blades." Anyone else remember this guy? Looks like he's got a newer version, now with "riveted handles" and even more miraculousness.
    Dave will of course appreciate the guest appearance of Ramsey's boyfriend (Chef Scott)- I guess this tells us a bit about their core demographic.

    If you note at 6:20 the animation clearly shows that those fancy new handles can survive a range of +2000F to -427F

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    Quote Originally Posted by Justin0505 View Post
    All the talk about the virtues of junk bread knives brought back some memories of late-night infomercials of "chef" (knucklehead) Tony and his "miracle blades." Anyone else remember this guy? Looks like he's got a newer version, now with "riveted handles" and even more miraculousness.
    Dave will of course appreciate the guest appearance of Ramsey's boyfriend (Chef Scott)- I guess this tells us a bit about their core demographic.

    If you note at 6:20 the animation clearly shows that those fancy new handles can survive a range of +2000F to -427F
    "A set of knives so good they are called World Class."
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    "This is one shawp knife. We gotta a draw fuladese tings."

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    uh oh...

    Shibui - simplicity devoid of unnecessary elements

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    wow I was waiting for her pinkey finger to go over the tip of the blade. More board fiber anyone?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mpukas View Post
    uh oh...


    This is just standard kitchen store B.S. It's outdated, it's not all true, it's wrong for about 40-60% of cooks, and it's going out of style fast--I'm doing my part to speed that along.

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    It's all so clear now.........
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    This is perfect example of why new-skool german/american knife shapes suck - she has to lift the handle of the knife so high to get the tip on the board, it almost looks like she's standing on her tippy-toes!
    Shibui - simplicity devoid of unnecessary elements

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    Some would argue that is because her counter is too high for her. The prep tables at my job hit me square in the jewels.

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