Here are pics of my 2 main knives:
I think you can find them both on "Clearance" for $10 each. LOL @ ME. The Chef Knife is 1974-vintage. The santuko was a gift from my niece's kids. My third main knife is a $3 petty from IKEA.
In regards to knives ... Shun being the point of interest ... I don't think there is anything wrong with them. However ... I think you can get a lot more knife for less money if you look. I've never seen any in a pro kitchen, outside of Alton Brown's on TV. They're a well made quality product, they look very nice and do a good enough job for a home cook.
I had these:
The La Scala
The Heresy ...
... was the first, and only for a long time, KLIPSCH speaker to use a regular woofer instead of a horn.
As far as "classical music" ... the Klipsch were, and always have been, killer for whatever they played. Extremely clean, and I would guess more efficient than anything else. The Advent Mini's that I use now are just fine. Particularly being that I live in a very small house. Also very clean, they put out nice solid sound...
This morning, around 11:00, I had to put down my dog "Bandit".
Vinland Cherokee Ha'Aretz ("Bandit") ("Puma-Kid" and/or "Kid-Puma") will be going to join his friends. He has no real special story, he was just a really cool dog. He was the 4th puppy of our only litter. We'll never do that again. Eight or so weeks after we hadn't placed him, my wife Thelma decided that he would become her baby-boy puppy. He has been her puppy for the last 12 years. "Bandit" has a brilliant...
Somebody made a mention of the angle of blade to handle. Last year, or two years ago, VF had a line of "Anniversary" knives. I made the mistake of buying one of these because it was "on sale". The blade/handle angle was different for the anniversary from the regular. They were both the same quality knives, just with that little difference. I much prefer the standard knife's flatter angle. On another idea, I think I've found that, as "house knives", VF's are the lightest...
I completely stand corrected. My sincerest apology.
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