- Joined Apr 6, 2010
Is it a bad idea to "mix" knifes for your set? Like owning different brands of knifes to make your primary set.
Chef,I have a 60 year old filet knife.
I have (judging by the history I can trace) at least a 45 year old cleaver.
My Hunting knife was handmade in 1965.
I ride a 37 year old motorcycle.
I own hardcover books from the 1930s.
I own cast iron pots and pans from the '50s.
I like stories and character as much as anyone
For my work knives, I simply like Carbon steel, I like French knives, and to me, K Sab rules that style of knife. It's the way it is. Your mileage may vary.
Plus... it makes it easy to see when someone else puts their greasy paws on one of my knives.
C'mon. The think about "dull" just happened, and god knows it's harmless enough. You want to skewer me for THAT?PS. C'mon Chris -- if you use a word knowing it puns, it's intentional. Quit trying to weasel out of it by pretending Satan hit the Submit button.