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    My newest knife is a fork. Mike Henry rehandled a Shig suji for me last Nov. I asked him if he would do a fork to match if I could find a suitable one. He agreed and the search was on. Took more than a little while, and a lot of looking at pos "vintage" forks, but finally a Henckels Inox fork came up. (Important because I wanted ferrous steel)

    The result:

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    Working - normally would not use this knife on yard bird but had to play w new toy

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    Fun little project. Many thanks Mike for doing the hard part and bearing with me. Almost ready for Thanksgiving.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rjgogue View Post
    On top of landing that gig at Uchi, I've been working for Lowe's for 13+ years mostly selling appliances. That 'knife rack' is actually just a styrofoam bar I scooped up when opening a new Slide-in range display. Lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pensacola Tiger View Post
    An Itinomonn Western gyuto in ironwood burl by Dan (Twistington) from Maksim. Tomorrow I see if it cuts as good as it looks.

    I love that kanji. looks like a face. Not a happy one, more like a meh face.
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    hahaha never seen that one, now i see it, other way around

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    Great...now the little "meh" face makes me want mine even more. Stupid dumb stupid DHL....

    NOTE: they got here fast, but two missed deliveries has me waiting until Tuesday....
    09/06

    Take a look around at: www.sharpandshinyshop.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lefty View Post
    Great...now the little "meh" face makes me want mine even more. Stupid dumb stupid DHL....

    NOTE: they got here fast, but two missed deliveries has me waiting until Tuesday....
    Missing a box is the worst!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by daveb View Post
    My newest knife is a fork. Mike Henry rehandled a Shig suji for me last Nov. I asked him if he would do a fork to match if I could find a suitable one. He agreed and the search was on. Took more than a little while, and a lot of looking at pos "vintage" forks, but finally a Henckels Inox fork came up. (Important because I wanted ferrous steel)

    The result:

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    Working - normally would not use this knife on yard bird but had to play w new toy

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    At rest w the slicers

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    Fun little project. Many thanks Mike for doing the hard part and bearing with me. Almost ready for Thanksgiving.
    You will certainly be cutting up Turkey in style,I use an old bone handle Meriden Cutlery thin flex carbon for carving duties.That is is a very nice fork you scored,some quality blades on your mag strip too

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    Stainless clad 270mm Takeda, and a big ol CCK with a Fish handle!
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    Quote Originally Posted by mhenry View Post
    Stainless clad 270mm Takeda, and a big ol CCK with a Fish handle!
    Would love to hear your impression of the Takeda. I was just about to buy a gyuto when they announced the new cladding so I've been anxiously awaiting some reviews.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mhenry View Post
    Stainless clad 270mm Takeda, and a big ol CCK with a Fish handle!

    Fish! Nice score

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