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    Share Your Cutlery Experiences:

    With all the gourmands on here, I find myself curious as to what people use for prep work in their kitchens. I've been through a few sets of cutlery, with cheap stamped knives, middling forged stuff and high-end stuff, all generally purchased in sets of varying sizes, but ultimately settled on a small Mercer Renaissance set that had just what I needed - just the right shapes and sizes and decent steel, but not so expensive that I freak out about them:



    What are all the other chefs here using to tear apart ingredients?
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    Not that I'm claiming to be a chef, or even a good cook, But:

    I always preferred cheap ol' Old Hickory knives for kitchen work.

    Last few I bought though, it was obvious they were using a much lower grade of steel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MisterNoisy View Post
    With all the gourmands on here, I find myself curious as to what people use for prep work in their kitchens. I've been through a few sets of cutlery, with cheap stamped knives, middling forged stuff and high-end stuff, all generally purchased in sets of varying sizes, but ultimately settled on a small Mercer Renaissance set that had just what I needed - just the right shapes and sizes and decent steel, but not so expensive that I freak out about them:



    What are all the other chefs here using to tear apart ingredients?
    Beautiful set and steel that not only takes but keeps and edge with care.



    My current home set but a number of the blades rotate between home and my travel roll.



    My travel roll and one I still carry to work almost every day...all my knives work for a living so some are really beat up and near to replacement but like favorite underwear hard to discard.
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    Heckles for me also.

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    All mismatched but I keep them sharp.
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    Quote Originally Posted by duppie View Post
    Beautiful set and steel that not only takes but keeps and edge with care.



    My current home set but a number of the blades rotate between home and my travel roll.



    My travel roll and one I still carry to work almost every day...all my knives work for a living so some are really beat up and near to replacement but like favorite underwear hard to discard.
    Love the Chinese cleaver. I need one some time soon.
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