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    Interesting Knife Block

    [IMG][/IMG]I do like the idea of the pull out slot .[IMG][/IMG]
    A clever cook can make good meat of a whetstone.” Erasmus

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    that look all kinds of nifty.

    I wonder what those slot sizes are

    Where did you find it at?

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    The only advantage I see is you can clean your slot out, maybe? I guess it gets dusty in there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tk59 View Post
    you can clean your slot out.
    hehehe

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    I just like the idea of slot that pull out.
    and a DYI. project where you lay your knifes on board put a solt between it and build the knife block around your knife's .http://www.rutlands.co.uk/kitchen-&-...cks---japanese
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    That's true. You could have exactly the slots you want and change them around if your set changes without having to get a completely new block.

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    Yes and the slot in the center could be removable and the slides could be that way to so up down side to side movement
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    I just assumed that they would sell the block and slots separately, so you can mix-and-match to your liking. A 4-slotter for steak knives, a full-length slot for cleavers, etc.

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    Hmmm a good project to work on .
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