so my car got broken into and one of the things that was taken was my knife bag out of the trunk. so i have to get new knives. ill start by staying that i really like how MAC knives feel im my hand and how they keep there edge when im busy i dont have to reach for a steal hardly ever.
this is what im thinking to get started and should keep me for a while.
chef knife- MAC knife MTH-80 - Professional Series 8" Chef's Knife with dimples, its what i had before and i miss it.
Boning knife- MAC Knife PB-60 - Chef Series 6" Boning Knife, curved
meat slicer- MAC knife BS-90 - Chef Series 9" Bread/Roast Slicer
http://www.macknife.comHB-40 - Chef Series 4" Paring Knife/kitchen/products-by-series/chef-series/49-bs-90-chef-series-9q-breadroast-slicer.html
Paring knife- MAC knife HB-40 - Chef Series 4" Paring Knife
Bread knife- Wusthof 7-in. Offset Bread Knife, Gourmet
Ceramic honing rod - Messermeister 10-in. Ceramic Sharpening Rod
steal- Commercial Sharpening Steel
i also got a few peelers and i have a micoplane
knife bag - Wusthof 8-pocket Knife Roll
this comes to just under $400 i was thinking i was going to have to spend more then that too.
ill miss not having 2 chef knives.this 10.5 global was my 2nd knife but i used my MAC 80% of the time.
http://www.cutleryandmore.com/global/heavyweight-chefs-knife-p11077 but that will be something ill have to save up for some other time i I'm trying to do this in a way i don't break the bank, the knives weren't the only things i have to replace.
any suggestions or concerns about any of these ill most likely order these by the end of the week, let me know what you think