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Unread 09-15-2009, 08:19 PM   #1
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Well after the Clermount comp, not being able to slice the brisket into one slice--We broke down and ordered a Forschner 14" Cranton Slicing knife....
The Cooks class (FBA) that the gave was very helpful....
Now try and improve out cooking method. Thanks to all for the Help.
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Unread 09-15-2009, 09:45 PM   #2
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Be sure and post pics. I hear they will slice through anything.
Be careful.
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I just got the 12". Great knife! The only problem I have now is figuring out how to keep it sharp. I suck at sharpening.
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Be sure and post pics. I hear they will slice through anything.
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Some one needs a manicure.
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Pat, you gotta have the largest library of weird pics I know of!

Congrats on spending the bucks for the best there IIIIs45.
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I just got the 12". Great knife! The only problem I have now is figuring out how to keep it sharp. I suck at sharpening.
Find yourself a good sharpening guy, costs me $6 everytime, worth every penny
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I just got the 12". Great knife! The only problem I have now is figuring out how to keep it sharp. I suck at sharpening.
Practice Practice Practice.... lol I finally got the hang of it working on old knives around the house... now EVERYTHING is razor sharp... my wife is sooo pi$$ed.
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Nortco--dats a plate full.
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I use a Chef'sChoice Professional Sharpening Station #130 the #120 is very good too. It saves a lot of time and effort for an awesome result.
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FitEng. I agree I have the 120 and it does a great job.
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Norco, you're a maniac! LMAO!
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