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Title: Kitchen knives
Post by: KiLRoy on February 01, 2020, 03:20:57 pm
Bought first decent set a while ago.  6 piece wusthof classic set.

Still looking for that wusthof 5 inch chopper on special

What do you use? At home, when camping, on bike trips
Title: Re: Kitchen knives
Post by: Chantal Burger on February 01, 2020, 03:30:53 pm
Bought first decent set a while ago. S piece wusthof classic set.

Still looking for that wusthof 5 inch chopper on special

What do you use? At home, when camping, on bike trips

a Classic Opinel - Best value for money ever.


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Title: Re: Kitchen knives
Post by: KiLRoy on February 01, 2020, 03:37:28 pm
Het een gehad. Geroes... moet goeie ss wees. Julle is te rof vir my.  Ek probeer ook werk aan my chef mes tegniek. Die pleisters op my hande wys jou die vordering
Title: Re: Kitchen knives
Post by: Mr D on February 01, 2020, 03:53:40 pm
Use one of the bottom two daily for the past seven years, the top arrived last Christmas and will probably add more as time passes.
Title: Re: Kitchen knives
Post by: Oshkosh on February 01, 2020, 07:37:20 pm
Brought these in from China Work great!!  :thumleft:
Title: Re: Kitchen knives
Post by: Pumbaa on February 01, 2020, 08:53:48 pm
Bought this in Osaka when we visited Japan last year.

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Title: Re: Kitchen knives
Post by: Vis Arend on February 02, 2020, 05:23:16 pm
 :sip:
Title: Re: Kitchen knives
Post by: Dwerg on February 02, 2020, 06:13:10 pm
I have a Jamie Oliver set which I received as a gift. I use the chef knife almost every day. Not bad but not great. Iíd love one of these

https://m.yuppiechef.com/shun-premier.htm?id=31107&name=Shun-Premier-Hammered-Chefs-Knife-20cm&vid=55271&display=mobile&gclid=CjwKCAiAg9rxBRADEiwAxKDTuui3Fwl_klvWugsq2OVmle38XUEYtkz1DSV--yqFvth8orD2scxZ2BoCUzEQAvD_BwE
Title: Re: Kitchen knives
Post by: Hardy de Kock on February 02, 2020, 07:30:35 pm
I have a Jamie Oliver set which I received as a gift. I use the chef knife almost every day. Not bad but not great. Iíd love one of these

https://m.yuppiechef.com/shun-premier.htm?id=31107&name=Shun-Premier-Hammered-Chefs-Knife-20cm&vid=55271&display=mobile&gclid=CjwKCAiAg9rxBRADEiwAxKDTuui3Fwl_klvWugsq2OVmle38XUEYtkz1DSV--yqFvth8orD2scxZ2BoCUzEQAvD_BwE

Damn pricey - but definitely worth it
Title: Re: Kitchen knives
Post by: Oshkosh on February 03, 2020, 03:57:37 pm
I have a Jamie Oliver set which I received as a gift. I use the chef knife almost every day. Not bad but not great. Iíd love one of these

https://m.yuppiechef.com/shun-premier.htm?id=31107&name=Shun-Premier-Hammered-Chefs-Knife-20cm&vid=55271&display=mobile&gclid=CjwKCAiAg9rxBRADEiwAxKDTuui3Fwl_klvWugsq2OVmle38XUEYtkz1DSV--yqFvth8orD2scxZ2BoCUzEQAvD_BwE

If you want some serious Kitchen Knifes visit this site it will make eyes water!!
Link: https://sharpedgeshop.com/collections/japanese-knives
One small example below!!
Title: Re: Kitchen knives
Post by: ClimbingTurtle on February 03, 2020, 04:29:43 pm
Wusthof at home
Kershaw Blade Trader for camping
Leatherman on Bike trips....
Title: Re: Kitchen knives
Post by: Oshkosh on February 03, 2020, 05:03:53 pm
Wusthof at home
Kershaw Blade Trader for camping
Leatherman on Bike trips....

Have the same Kershaw set works perfect for camping my set is about 35 years Old!!!  :thumleft:
Title: Re: Kitchen knives
Post by: 0012 on February 03, 2020, 05:42:48 pm
I'm a sucker for the Victorinox knives   :thumleft:
Title: Re: Kitchen knives
Post by: ClimbingTurtle on February 04, 2020, 07:25:34 am
Wusthof at home
Kershaw Blade Trader for camping
Leatherman on Bike trips....

Have the same Kershaw set works perfect for camping my set is about 35 years Old!!!  :thumleft:

My wife bought me my set for our first Christmas together - in 1998.....

I also use a small Victorinox "vegetable knife" at home and camping - we have about 4.....
Title: Re: Kitchen knives
Post by: chicco on February 04, 2020, 07:30:00 am
Wusthof at home
Kershaw Blade Trader for camping
Leatherman on Bike trips....

I have this same Kershaw set for camping..... :thumleft:
Title: Re: Kitchen knives
Post by: Mr D on February 04, 2020, 08:26:58 am
Kershaw Blade Trader for camping
I have this same Kershaw set for camping..... :thumleft:

I have never seen one of this and it's brilliant for camping, you gents wouldn't know off hand who stocks these?
Title: Re: Kitchen knives
Post by: ClimbingTurtle on February 04, 2020, 09:31:32 am
Kershaw Blade Trader for camping
I have this same Kershaw set for camping..... :thumleft:

I have never seen one of this and it's brilliant for camping, you gents wouldn't know off hand who stocks these?

Saw the newer version at OutdoorWarehouse a while back....?
Title: Re: Kitchen knives
Post by: Kelevra on February 04, 2020, 10:53:47 am
I use KAI Shun, Good value for money.

(https://res.cloudinary.com/yuppiechef/image/upload/f_auto,w_960/v1/pagebuilder/609/kai-shun-knives-header-banner-1575912369)
Title: Re: Kitchen knives
Post by: Vis Arend on February 04, 2020, 08:45:37 pm
My friend came to visit me today, as he know's my passion for knifes he brought me a present. 

I was quite surprised to see the "top notch quality" cleaver he gave me,  it must have cost him a fortune.   :patch:   

When he arrived I was busy making "pofadder" cutting liver, kidneys and heart for the stuffing in the vetderm.  I finished the job using the cleaver and it worked a charm and in no time the job was done.  The wife cleaned up and washed the cleaver, 1st casualty, finger got cut.  A couple of staaldruppels and a decent plaster and all was good.
Later I made a salad cutting onions, cucumber, tomatoes, avo's and other salad ingredients.  Once again the cleaver did the job without any effort.  After using it I cleaned the knife blade with a damp cloth and some paper wipes, casualty nr 2, cut on my thumb.   :patch:  This thing is seriously sharp.   :deal:

Here is a pic of my latest addition to my kitchen knifes, the no name brand that cost a mere R40-00.  Cheap scate I tell you, but man this thing can cut and feels so good in the hand.  How long it will last and how long it will keep the edge is another question, but for now I am enjoying it, so much so that I ordered another 5.   :lol8:
 :laughing4: :laughing4:


Title: Re: Kitchen knives
Post by: KiLRoy on February 05, 2020, 08:07:54 am
Knifemanship.  Is there such word.

I tried lifting my kitchen knife skills a bit.  The scars on my fingers can attest  :biggrin:

Seems there are different styles for different knives.  The chinese chopper style is different from the more european chef knife style.   Dont own a chpper like this.  The wusthof 5inch chopper seems to get popular nowadays.  Will give it a go sometime
Title: Re: Kitchen knives
Post by: ClimbingTurtle on February 05, 2020, 09:28:00 am
Knifemanship.  Is there such word.

I tried lifting my kitchen knife skills a bit.  The scars on my fingers can attest  :biggrin:

Seems there are different styles for different knives.  The chinese chopper style is different from the more european chef knife style.   Dont own a chpper like this.  The wusthof 5inch chopper seems to get popular nowadays.  Will give it a go sometime

Me too, I want a Wusthof Cleaver - its the one design I have never tried.....

I also have one of these - Alaskan Ulu Knife - very easy to use, single side bevel, so depending which way you face the blade, it cuts differently. super control as the cutting edge is directly below your hand.....
Title: Re: Kitchen knives
Post by: KiLRoy on February 29, 2020, 09:28:01 am
Looking for a Santoku knife.  With a Jap feel to it. 5-7 inches

Looked at the more bargain section
Title: Re: Kitchen knives
Post by: #blessed on February 29, 2020, 09:58:05 am
Use one of the bottom two daily for the past seven years, the top arrived last Christmas and will probably add more as time passes.
Love my global knife ... but get a really top class sharpener as well ... got a wet 3 stone version from Yuppie Chef and can pull ninja moves with my knives!

Btw the one knife not often mentioned and that I think you MUST get is a bread knife ... seriously ... the Global cuts through a hot croissant without a hint of flattening it ... was amazed at the difference to normal supermarket versions ...


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Title: Re: Kitchen knives
Post by: frankmac on February 29, 2020, 02:12:01 pm
Here is a pic of my latest addition to my kitchen knifes, the no name brand that cost a mere R40-00.  Cheap scate I tell you, but man this thing can cut and feels so good in the hand.  How long it will last and how long it will keep the edge is another question, but for now I am enjoying it, so much so that I ordered another 5. 

VA, as a matter of interest where did you order this from?
Title: Re: Kitchen knives
Post by: Vis Arend on February 29, 2020, 02:25:10 pm
Here is a pic of my latest addition to my kitchen knifes, the no name brand that cost a mere R40-00.  Cheap scate I tell you, but man this thing can cut and feels so good in the hand.  How long it will last and how long it will keep the edge is another question, but for now I am enjoying it, so much so that I ordered another 5. 

VA, as a matter of interest where did you order this from?

If I say order, it was actually a matter of asking my friend to get me more from where he got it.  At the end he took me to the place here in King William's Town.  A real little china shop with all sorts of goodies, tools, electrical, furniture, clothing the lot.  They had the knifes there and some others too.  I took my 5 and another similar one with a drop point.   

I am still on the 1st one and I used it quite a bit and the edge is still there.  I just pulled it over the strop yesterday as I do with most of my knifes once a week.  Still good to go, and that at R40.   
Title: Re: Kitchen knives
Post by: Mr D on February 29, 2020, 03:50:04 pm
Btw the one knife not often mentioned and that I think you MUST get is a bread knife ... seriously ... the Global cuts through a hot croissant without a hint of flattening it ... was amazed at the difference to normal supermarket versions ...

Iíve heard itís a winner, maybe itís time to get it  :biggrin:
Title: Re: Kitchen knives
Post by: McSack on February 29, 2020, 10:37:57 pm
My lightie's EDC's ...(https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20200229/1b5f3f4c7edfbc38f10139c3692e8c8b.jpg)

...in their tool roll...
(https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20200229/04bdbd8e8bf5047d5e8b1d350ce10c1c.jpg)
Title: Re: Kitchen knives
Post by: fixit on February 29, 2020, 11:19:19 pm
My lightie's EDC's ...(https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20200229/1b5f3f4c7edfbc38f10139c3692e8c8b.jpg)

...in their tool roll...
(https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20200229/04bdbd8e8bf5047d5e8b1d350ce10c1c.jpg)

Those Victorinox small blades makes light work. Bought my MIL one and she nearly cut her finger off without even realising it.
Title: Re: Kitchen knives
Post by: Vis Arend on March 01, 2020, 05:51:05 am
My lightie's EDC's ...(https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20200229/1b5f3f4c7edfbc38f10139c3692e8c8b.jpg)

...in their tool roll...
(https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20200229/04bdbd8e8bf5047d5e8b1d350ce10c1c.jpg)

Very nice collection, I like the shape of the one in the 1st photo far left.   :drif:

Title: Re: Kitchen knives
Post by: Vis Arend on March 01, 2020, 05:59:17 am
My collection of kitchen knifes.  Nothing fancy, some coming along the last 35+ years, some newer and some very new.   :biggrin:    All been used and some well used and still going strong, although I have my favorites.   :patch:       
 
Title: Re: Kitchen knives
Post by: Wayne on March 01, 2020, 09:24:06 am
Those mult-colour Spar knives are surprisingly good.

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Title: Re: Kitchen knives
Post by: Vis Arend on March 01, 2020, 11:01:29 am
Those mult-colour Spar knives are surprisingly good.

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That bread knife.   :thumleft:  :thumleft:  :thumleft:
Title: Re: Kitchen knives
Post by: Wayne on March 01, 2020, 11:10:01 am
Yeah that bread knife is pretty viscious. It has bitten my wife a couple of times.

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Title: Re: Kitchen knives
Post by: KiLRoy on March 01, 2020, 06:13:17 pm
My cheap kitchen knives.  Have a 5 piece Wusthof se too. Finally mounted the magnetic strip.

Making curry mince vetkoek
Title: Re: Kitchen knives
Post by: RobC on March 01, 2020, 07:19:09 pm
My cheap kitchen knives.  Have a 5 piece Wusthof se too. Finally mounted the magnetic strip.

Making curry mince vetkoek
That reminds me, must put up my mag rack as well... tired of fishing for knives in a drawer. ;D
Title: Re: Kitchen knives
Post by: Vis Arend on March 01, 2020, 08:17:05 pm
My cheap kitchen knives.  Have a 5 piece Wusthof se too. Finally mounted the magnetic strip.

Making curry mince vetkoek

Puik, sien ons mes smaak is omtrent dieselfde.   :thumleft: :thumleft:

Wys nou die vetkoeke laat ons lus kan raak.   :drif: :drif:
Title: Re: Kitchen knives
Post by: Rossdog on March 02, 2020, 06:09:19 am
I've been looking for a magnetic strip for ages, but there is nothing here in the Southern Cape. Where did you guys source them?
Title: Re: Kitchen knives
Post by: KiLRoy on March 02, 2020, 06:41:36 am
Takealot Ross :thumleft:
Title: Re: Kitchen knives
Post by: Rossdog on March 02, 2020, 08:38:02 am
Takealot Ross :thumleft:
:thumleft:
Title: Re: Kitchen knives
Post by: GEE-SH on March 03, 2020, 02:49:11 pm
A knife made for me by a friend at work, based on a design I saw in a magazine.

Brass bolster and pommel, with pine cone cast in resin scale
Title: Re: Kitchen knives
Post by: Wayne on March 03, 2020, 03:18:23 pm
A knife made for me by a friend at work, based on a design I saw in a magazine.

Brass bolster and pommel, with pine cone cast in resin scale
Goodness me that is beautiful.

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Title: Re: Kitchen knives
Post by: Vintage_Mania on March 03, 2020, 03:28:14 pm
Nice video on chef's knives. East to West and pro & cons.

Title: Re: Kitchen knives
Post by: Exploratio on March 03, 2020, 03:32:00 pm
Knifemanship.  Is there such word.

I tried lifting my kitchen knife skills a bit.  The scars on my fingers can attest 

Seems there are different styles for different knives.  The chinese chopper style is different from the more european chef knife style.   Dont own a chpper like this.  The wusthof 5inch chopper seems to get popular nowadays.  Will give it a go sometime

Me too, I want a Wusthof Cleaver - its the one design I have never tried.....

I also have one of these - Alaskan Ulu Knife - very easy to use, single side bevel, so depending which way you face the blade, it cuts differently. super control as the cutting edge is directly below your hand.....
I made something similar from an old saw blade.
My wife loves it and ordered one in stainless steel. Having trouble finding steel that wide. Must buy a sheet measuring 500x1000 mm if you want N690.
(https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20200303/5537030e2bc7d0d1817d151377ac9b61.jpg)

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Title: Re: Kitchen knives
Post by: roxenz on March 03, 2020, 03:50:24 pm
A knife made for me by a friend at work, based on a design I saw in a magazine.
Brass bolster and pommel, with pine cone cast in resin scale
Goodness me that is beautiful.
Yes! I like the handle very much. Seems to me there are many good-looking knives where the handle looks like a real blister-raiser. This one looks hand-friendly.
Title: Re: Kitchen knives
Post by: BigBoer on March 03, 2020, 04:17:22 pm
Knifemanship.  Is there such word.

I tried lifting my kitchen knife skills a bit.  The scars on my fingers can attest 

Seems there are different styles for different knives.  The chinese chopper style is different from the more european chef knife style.   Dont own a chpper like this.  The wusthof 5inch chopper seems to get popular nowadays.  Will give it a go sometime

Me too, I want a Wusthof Cleaver - its the one design I have never tried.....

I also have one of these - Alaskan Ulu Knife - very easy to use, single side bevel, so depending which way you face the blade, it cuts differently. super control as the cutting edge is directly below your hand.....
I made something similar from an old saw blade.
My wife loves it and ordered one in stainless steel. Having trouble finding steel that wide. Must buy a sheet measuring 500x1000 mm if you want N690.
(https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20200303/5537030e2bc7d0d1817d151377ac9b61.jpg)

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You can buy N690 from Bohler in 1m strips, any width you desire above 50mm...they do not cut strips less than 50mm.  Otherwise you can chat to the guys at www.kmts.co.za, they have steel in smaller quantities.  Rausch Engineering also sell steel in small quantities.
Title: Re: Kitchen knives
Post by: Exploratio on March 04, 2020, 09:20:12 am
Dealing with Bohler in Isando is not easy.
Much easier to deal with their branch in PE.

You are correct as to the strip widths. My mistake. The largest sheet from them is 500x1000mm.
Title: Re: Kitchen knives
Post by: Vis Arend on March 06, 2020, 08:59:55 am
A very nice cleaver.

http://www.wilddog.za.net/forum/index.php?topic=246103.0;topicseen

Sorry, wrong thread, mods please move.   :thumleft:

Title: Re: Kitchen knives
Post by: roxenz on March 06, 2020, 09:48:43 am
A very nice cleaver.
http://www.wilddog.za.net/forum/index.php?topic=246103.0;topicseen
Sorry, wrong thread, mods please move.   :thumleft:
When you said wrong thread, I thought maybe it would be about "a very nice cleavage" - so was a bit disappointed when I clicked on the thread...   :imaposer:
Title: Re: Kitchen knives
Post by: Vis Arend on March 06, 2020, 11:13:28 am
A very nice cleaver.
http://www.wilddog.za.net/forum/index.php?topic=246103.0;topicseen
Sorry, wrong thread, mods please move.   :thumleft:
When you said wrong thread, I thought maybe it would be about "a very nice cleavage" - so was a bit disappointed when I clicked on the thread...   :imaposer:

 :eek7:   :biggrin: 
Title: Re: Kitchen knives
Post by: bud500 on May 21, 2020, 11:18:55 am
I've been using my Victorinox set for the past 25 years. The Chef's knife and Bread knife are my go to's.

Then the crappy stolen pic is one of the current knives I drool over..
Title: Re: Kitchen knives
Post by: roxenz on May 21, 2020, 12:23:32 pm
Deon, that Victorinox (2nd pic) looks fabulous. I like the handle especially! It looks like it would be very comfortable to use.

I'm playing (making cardboard models) with handle shapes for a heavy-ish chef knife, something between a light cleaver and heavy chef. When I'm happy, would you consider making one? I liked the look of the knives you made and posted on the other thread. They look like they are made to be used, not "photographic models".  :biggrin:
Title: Re: Kitchen knives
Post by: bud500 on May 21, 2020, 02:57:06 pm
Deon, that Victorinox (2nd pic) looks fabulous. I like the handle especially! It looks like it would be very comfortable to use.

I'm playing (making cardboard models) with handle shapes for a heavy-ish chef knife, something between a light cleaver and heavy chef. When I'm happy, would you consider making one? I liked the look of the knives you made and posted on the other thread. They look like they are made to be used, not "photographic models".  :biggrin:

Ja ek kyk ook juis rond, om vir myself iets vir die kombuis te maak.
Hier is n paar handgemaakte voorbeelde, LET WEL nie myne nie.

Title: Re: Kitchen knives
Post by: Oshkosh on September 05, 2020, 07:06:12 pm
Just added this set to the Kitchen!!  :thumleft:
Title: Re: Kitchen knives
Post by: Vis Arend on September 05, 2020, 08:19:57 pm
Just added this set to the Kitchen!!  :thumleft:

Pretty please, I want to be your chef.   :biggrin: 

Very nice set, I will sell a kidney and some more for that.   :thumleft: :thumleft:
Title: Re: Kitchen knives
Post by: Oshkosh on September 05, 2020, 08:44:49 pm
Just added this set to the Kitchen!!  :thumleft:

Pretty please, I want to be your chef.   :biggrin: 

Very nice set, I will sell a kidney and some more for that.   :thumleft: :thumleft:

@Vis Arend

Bought it on Takealot!!  :thumleft:
Title: Re: Kitchen knives
Post by: Vis Arend on September 06, 2020, 04:45:50 am
Just added this set to the Kitchen!!  :thumleft:

Pretty please, I want to be your chef.   :biggrin: 

Very nice set, I will sell a kidney and some more for that.   :thumleft: :thumleft:

@Vis Arend

Bought it on Takealot!!  :thumleft:

 :thumleft: :thumleft:  That is a pretty good price for that set, thanks. 
Title: Re: Kitchen knives
Post by: KiLRoy on September 06, 2020, 10:13:08 am
I have a small 5 piece Wusthof set and then all the Ďmongrelí knives i have acquired through the years. Some plain and cheap others a bit better.  I have my favourites.

In a perfect world i wouldnt buy a set.  I will go for different single types fit for purpose.  I like that uniqueness. I even have a table Ďsetí of different knives and forks. Bought or acquired through different means from pandjieswinkels to gifts or buying a set with some cutlery missing.  My wife dont like it. Especially not when we have guests.  I also like a kitchen table set with different chairs. 

On my wishlist is a thin blade small 6 inch chef knife with no bolster or heel.  For delicate sharp work.  I also havent found the right utility and small knife yet.  Still searching though. :biggrin:  Would also like a Japanese chopper santoku type knife.  Just nothing in Damascus - i like shiny simple blades. 
Title: Re: Kitchen knives
Post by: Vis Arend on September 06, 2020, 12:45:47 pm
I have a small 5 piece Wusthof set and then all the Ďmongrelí knives i have acquired through the years. Some plain and cheap others a bit better.  I have my favourites.

In a perfect world i wouldnt buy a set.  I will go for different single types fit for purpose.  I like that uniqueness. I even have a table Ďsetí of different knives and forks. Bought or acquired through different means from pandjieswinkels to gifts or buying a set with some cutlery missing.  My wife dont like it. Especially not when we have guests.  I also like a kitchen table set with different chairs. 

On my wishlist is a thin blade small 6 inch chef knife with no bolster or heel.  For delicate sharp work.  I also havent found the right utility and small knife yet.  Still searching though. :biggrin:  Would also like a Japanese chopper santoku type knife.  Just nothing in Damascus - i like shiny simple blades.

Actually true, but would still like to have it just for the sake of having it.   :biggrin:

Ons het ook 'n hele verskeindenheid verskillende messe en vurke aangeskaf by pandtjiewinkels, ons laaik daai.  Spesifieke botter messe en eet messe en dan sulke lekker outydse vurke, daai met die lekker lang vurk voor. 
Title: Re: Kitchen knives
Post by: roxenz on September 06, 2020, 01:00:28 pm
I have a small 5 piece Wusthof set and then all the Ďmongrelí knives i have acquired through the years. Some plain and cheap others a bit better.  I have my favourites.

In a perfect world i wouldnt buy a set.  I will go for different single types fit for purpose.  I like that uniqueness. I even have a table Ďsetí of different knives and forks. Bought or acquired through different means from pandjieswinkels to gifts or buying a set with some cutlery missing.  My wife dont like it. Especially not when we have guests.  I also like a kitchen table set with different chairs. 

On my wishlist is a thin blade small 6 inch chef knife with no bolster or heel.  For delicate sharp work.  I also havent found the right utility and small knife yet.  Still searching though. :biggrin:  Would also like a Japanese chopper santoku type knife.  Just nothing in Damascus - i like shiny simple blades.

Actually true, but would still like to have it just for the sake of having it.   :biggrin:

Ons het ook 'n hele verskeindenheid verskillende messe en vurke aangeskaf by pandtjiewinkels, ons laaik daai.  Spesifieke botter messe en eet messe en dan sulke lekker outydse vurke, daai met die lekker lang vurk voor.
Met skerp tande, wat 'n kersie-tamatie in slaai kan raak steek sonder om sap in jou buurman se oŽ te spuit. Daai restaurant vurke met hulle square stomp tanne maak my tiete lam...
Title: Re: Kitchen knives
Post by: Vis Arend on September 06, 2020, 01:21:44 pm

Actually true, but would still like to have it just for the sake of having it.   :biggrin:

Ons het ook 'n hele verskeindenheid verskillende messe en vurke aangeskaf by pandtjiewinkels, ons laaik daai.  Spesifieke botter messe en eet messe en dan sulke lekker outydse vurke, daai met die lekker lang vurk voor.
Met skerp tande, wat 'n kersie-tamatie in slaai kan raak steek sonder om sap in jou buurman se oŽ te spuit. Daai restaurant vurke met hulle square stomp tanne maak my tiete lam...
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 :laughing4: :laughing4:  Net so, as jou kos eers die hele bord rondhardloop oor 'n stomp vurk eet ek sommer met 'n lepel.   :biggrin:
Title: Re: Kitchen knives
Post by: mox on November 12, 2020, 09:58:26 am
Where can I find a Kai Shun set with gyuto, sujihiki, santoku and yanagiba ? That are genuine.
Title: Re: Kitchen knives
Post by: roxenz on November 12, 2020, 02:52:29 pm
I want one of these (hankotsu) https://japanesechefsknife.com/collections/hankotsu/misono - I think it will be great for dressing meat when slaughtering.
Title: Re: Kitchen knives
Post by: Oshkosh on November 29, 2020, 02:40:55 pm
For the Home Chef's

Link: https://damas-knives.com/black-friday-deals/?fbclid=IwAR0Yw2XEGYpJ5_gUSq4yGylIm04JL3_Gcmv-HFEwKc114KRAlEAenHJVnqQ
Title: Re: Kitchen knives
Post by: Straatkat on December 11, 2020, 12:31:38 pm
Where can I find a Kai Shun set with gyuto, sujihiki, santoku and yanagiba ? That are genuine.

Yoh those names are tongue twisters!
Title: Re: Kitchen knives
Post by: Kelevra on December 11, 2020, 12:58:03 pm
Where can I find a Kai Shun set with gyuto, sujihiki, santoku and yanagiba ? That are genuine.

Maybe try here?

http://www.kaishun.co.za/