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SHOWERDOOKIE

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I’ve been very fortunate to be able to keep my job as chef through out this entire pandemic and decided to rebuild a stolen knife collection for the third time. These are all the nicer ones I’ve been lucky enough to snag off BST and dealing with this community has been quite an enjoyable experience.

Catcheside 210 1.2442 iron clad nakiri
Catcheside 254 iron clad 1.2419.05
Kippington 255 1095 Honyaki
Martell 240 CPM154
Halcyon Forge 205 iron clad super blue core
Bloodroot 210 line knife in 52100
HSC/// petty 7.5in W2 San mai
Harner paring XHP

Just got the Kip, Martell and HF back from @BJE1 and the quality was top notch, they inspired me to make this post in the first place.
On the way is another Kip I’m anxiously awaiting and my first delve into Konosuke.
Not pictured are a bunch of super sweet knives @NO ChoP! let go of that I gifted to my cooks to lighten things up surrounding tension at work with things how they are. Whole line using Chop Shop kits now, it’s pretty awesome! Highly recommend both Evert and Chop Shop for custom work!
 

Kgp

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Recently picked up a couple from Taylor Edgington. My first S grind knives. Very impressive! Fit and finish are very good, great food release, and superb edge that is holding up very well. The shorter one had a workhorse grind, but I asked him to put an S grind on it. Specs are listed here:

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crocca86

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I’ve been very fortunate to be able to keep my job as chef through out this entire pandemic and decided to rebuild a stolen knife collection for the third time. These are all the nicer ones I’ve been lucky enough to snag off BST and dealing with this community has been quite an enjoyable experience.

Catcheside 210 1.2442 iron clad nakiri
Catcheside 254 iron clad 1.2419.05
Kippington 255 1095 Honyaki
Martell 240 CPM154
Halcyon Forge 205 iron clad super blue core
Bloodroot 210 line knife in 52100
HSC/// petty 7.5in W2 San mai
Harner paring XHP

Just got the Kip, Martell and HF back from @BJE1 and the quality was top notch, they inspired me to make this post in the first place.
On the way is another Kip I’m anxiously awaiting and my first delve into Konosuke.
Not pictured are a bunch of super sweet knives @NO ChoP! let go of that I gifted to my cooks to lighten things up surrounding tension at work with things how they are. Whole line using Chop Shop kits now, it’s pretty awesome! Highly recommend both Evert and Chop Shop for custom work!
How do you like the HF? it used to be mine😢
 
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ynot1985

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Went to my local Asian supermarket and on a whim I decided to pick up a Leung Tim Kee Chinese chefs knife, it was only 30 euros so hard to pass up.
Really surprised you found this in the Netherlands. The main store is in HK and they have a branch in Sydney down the road from my place. Decent for what it is
 

EveneshBBQ

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JCK homebrand Fu Rin Ka Zan Masamoto clone, 270mm B#2. After initial finish on rikka 5k and kitayama 8k (came 70% sharp) proved to be an awesome cutter. I'm still adjusting to it being a single bevel, but luckily some progress is being made) I am a BBQ catering person so it will work a lot. Cool way to spend 440 usd:).
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