Chefs Knives..

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Re: Chefs Knives..

Postby joerjoe » 21 Mar 2013, 15:55

Thnx tommo for the recommendations. I gotta try those set of knives too.

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Military knife that is intended primarily for use in a role other than combat is typically referred to by their primary role.
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Re: Chefs Knives..

Postby keith157 » 22 Mar 2013, 05:46

Can I suggest speaking nicely to your local cook shop or even butchers and see how various handle styles and shape fit your hands ?
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Re: Chefs Knives..

Postby Eddie » 22 Mar 2013, 11:42

You won't go wrong with popping along to TK-MAX and picking up some good deals. After being recommended by Swindon Ed, they have some fantastic deals with nearly more than half price off rec retail price. I was lucky enough to get £250 worth of Henckels knives for just over £100 and very happy with them as well.

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Re: Chefs Knives..

Postby aris » 22 Mar 2013, 12:52

The Henckles they sell at TK Maxx are seconds - but nothing wrong with them at all - purely cosmetic issues. I got one there and I think it's the best knife I have! Very good stuff. I paid 12 quid for a Santoku style knife. Best chopping knife ever - i've not even had to sharpen it yet..
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