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Hey ChefTalkers,

 

Please help me in welcoming Fishbone Knives to ChefTalk.com. Fishbone Knives is graciously sponsoring the ChefTalk forums so please take a moment to say thanks and also welcome. Fishbone Knives is what we call an "Industry Insider" which means that they are here to participate in the forums but also help answer any knife questions you might have. In addition Fishbone Knives is also offering all ChefTalkers a special promotion price. 

 

About Fishbone Knives:

 

Fishbone Knives is dedicated to great customer service and the finest quality American made cooking knives. We sell to Chefs, Home cooks, Restaurants and Commercial Kitchens. We offer everyday low prices on Dexter Russell products with low shipping costs. All orders ship out within 24 hours.

 
If you need a certain Dexter product we don't have in stock, we offer special orders. Our warehouse is 9 miles from the Dexter Factory. We can get your special order in about 2-3 days. Any special orders still receive a discount off of list price.
 
Our staff is always available to help,  should you have any questions about our products. Please don't hesitate to reach out to us.
 
Carl Abissi
 
 
Special Introductory Promotion. Get an additional 10% off any of our products through November 15th 2013. Use Coupon code CT10 at check out.
 
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post #2 of 11

@Fishbone Knives   ALOHA!    Mahalo, thank you for your generous offer to the Chef Talk membership, that's so kind.  With so many knife enthusiast here, I think that we'll be keeping you very busy.

Welcome to Chef Talk!

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Welcome Fishbone - I have a couple of vintage Dexters that I have "made adjustments" to - love that old dirty carbon.

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Thank you for welcoming us as a sponsor. We are here to help if you have any questions about Dexter products. We take pride in our great customer service. Please feel free to reach out to us if you need anything. Stay tuned for some upcoming promotions.

 

Carl

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Welcome Fishbone - I have a couple of vintage Dexters that I have "made adjustments" to - love that old dirty carbon.

You know that Dexter still makes the High Carbon steel blades. What kind of adjustments did you make?

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Welcome @Fishbone Knives ! We're thrilled to have you as our newest sponsor and look forward to your participation in the site and the community.

 

I'm a home cook who's always keeping an eye out for good equipment. I've not had the pleasure of hefting a Dexter in my hand as yet, but will make a point of seeking one out to try it. There's an empty slot in my knife block, and you know how nature abhors a vacuum. :rolleyes: 

 

Again, welcome to Chef Talk.

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post #7 of 11

Mezzaluna,

Thank you for the welcome. Please don't hesitate to ask if you have questions about our products.

 

Carl

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Welcome ----I'll look into your web site------I need to add a knife or two to my collection---

Great to have you here---Mike-------

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Thank you Mike. We also do special orders on any Dexter products at a discounted price.

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Welcome to Chef Talk!

My Grands were Christmas shopping and got stuck when my name came up.

The sheets are nice, but do not keep a decent edge  ;).

Glad you are here to provide direction to the lost, lol.

 

mimi

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[You know that Dexter still makes the High Carbon steel blades. What kind of adjustments did you make?]

 

I started doing conversions a couple of years ago and it's a lot of fun breathing new life into old iron.

 

Here's a Dexter slicer that was in sorry shape when I got it - who doesn't need a Pirate knife?

 

 

 

And a 12" Dexter chef - same condition - ODC then I converted it to Wa:

 

 

Here's a 10" Goodell made in New Hampshire - now one of my favorite knives:

 

 

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