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    This thread is so huge so maybe these have been posted before, but...

    Bread slicers, with french loaf handle or salami handle. Comes in 10-pack.




    http://cdon.se/hem-tradgard/brodkniv...pack-p39021501
    http://cdon.se/hem-tradgard/brodkniv...pack-p39021500

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    Quote Originally Posted by limpet View Post
    This thread is so huge so maybe these have been posted before, but...

    Bread slicers, with french loaf handle or salami handle. Comes in 10-pack.




    http://cdon.se/hem-tradgard/brodkniv...pack-p39021501
    http://cdon.se/hem-tradgard/brodkniv...pack-p39021500
    Ten pack screams "gifts for all my friends"...!

    Be careful who I give the salami to though...

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikaelsan View Post

    Did they just put a blade onto one of these things?



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    I see the knife, is the other a nose picker?
    Older and wider..

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    Might very well be, it sure don't look like a carving fork :-) says its 80s design might explain why it looks like the toy

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    The one on the left upper corner was posted here already but I don't know if the horrors of the whole family have been shown.

    Sharp Kitchen knives-miracle blade
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    Quote Originally Posted by valgard View Post
    The one on the left upper corner was posted here already but I don't know if the horrors of the whole family have been shown.
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    This was most all that was in the house growing up...only the serrated knives are kind of okay...
    I made the mistake of trying to use the 'chop n scoop' and the 'rock n chop' as sharpening practice...the former kind of just bends and crumbles when you try to get it to take an edge, and the latter tore up my stone. An unforgettable way to learn that serrations and flat stone surfaces are sworn enemies

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    Quote Originally Posted by foody518 View Post
    This was most all that was in the house growing up...only the serrated knives are kind of okay...
    I made the mistake of trying to use the 'chop n scoop' and the 'rock n chop' as sharpening practice...the former kind of just bends and crumbles when you try to get it to take an edge, and the latter tore up my stone. An unforgettable way to learn that serrations and flat stone surfaces are sworn enemies

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    Well, growing up the best knife in the house was a piece of a machete grinded into the shape of a knife... could get a pretty dam good edge with the stones my stepfather had but it would only last for a bit so it was a constant complaint from my mother.

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