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Old 06-12-2012
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Re: Kitchen equipment.

Shawn (t37chef) and chef2asil were kind enough last year to give me their opinions on the Shuns. It was my 40th bday present from my wife, though I got to pick them! They are outstanding knives, the best and sharpest I have ever used.

I actually use a set of Wurstuf Tridents (spelling??) on the boat, but the SHun's are about to take over and replace them. I still like the Tridents, but there is no comparisson to the weight and sharpness between the knives. I do use a Henkel Twin 4 star II for carving because it is a bit heavier blade and this Costco Gunther WIlhelm meat cleaver for chopping up briskets and the like. Different knives for different purposes I guess.

I am no expert. Shawn and chef2sail are. I am just harrasing them of course. However, pin the three of us on a BBQ, and I will give them a run for their money! Those boys could use to learn a thing or two about good ole Texas grillin'!!

Brian
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