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    Senior Member mattrud's Avatar
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    huh? who am I? I own knives? BullSh*t!

    yea they are some of my knives.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mattrud View Post

    yea they are just a few of the hundreds of big $$ knives I own

    I fixed it for you Matt

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    Am I the only one that hasn't seen this photo?

    Killing me.

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    Just saw it today. Sweet knives. Mattrud, we need a gallery page!

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    Quote Originally Posted by heldentenor View Post
    Just saw it today. Sweet knives. Mattrud, we need a gallery page!
    What? Matt doesn't have a gallery yet?

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    Senior Member mattrud's Avatar
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    I will get on that. though the gallery wont be complete till certain makers tell me I am at the top of their wait list...wink wink. But seriously I have been holding out, I have sold a few things but I still have a good group of knives.

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    Did you get a big blowup print of that pic?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cnochef View Post
    Anybody else here reading the David Chang rag? Issue 1 dedicated to ramen was pretty damn good, then issue 2 sucked somewhat even though there was a relatively intelligent article on Japanese single bevel knives.

    Then comes #3, which is probably the best one so far! Dedicated to chefs and cooks, with cool articles about people cooking in really interesting locales.

    What really caught my eye, though, was the knives photographed on the back cover. The mag says "back cover knives courtesy of Matthew Rudofker." I wonder if he is a member here? The impressive photo includes Rader, Fowler, Shigefusa and Kramer gyutos, a Takeda deba, Misono hankotsu and more. A very serious collection!

    Edit: I just Googled his name and he is the sous chef at Momofuku Ssam Bar in NYC.
    Thanks for the tip. Just bought a subscription.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mattrud View Post
    I will get on that. though the gallery wont be complete till certain makers tell me I am at the top of their wait list...wink wink. But seriously I have been holding out, I have sold a few things but I still have a good group of knives.
    C'mon Matt, you're better than this.

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