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July 4th, 2018: How are you using your knifes today?

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    MarcH
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    Happy 4th of July 2018 to all Wicked Edge Forum members and our Wicked Sharp community:

    This is how I’m gonna celebrate in sunny central west coast Florida

    Traeger-Smoker-July-4-2018

    4-Racks-on-the-Traeger-4th-July-2018
    How are you using you knifes today?

    I hope you all enjoy our independence day.

     

    Marc
    (MarcH's Rack-It)

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    MarcH
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    To bring it back to a knife centered, forum.  I cut the finished ribs with a Hattori FH Western Deba VG10 knife 165mm.

    Finished-Ribs-July-4-2018

     

    Marc
    (MarcH's Rack-It)

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    David
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    Happy 4th Marc Ribs look good!

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    tcmeyer
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    It’s getting to be a tradition.  I did three racks of baby-backs too.  ‘Cept I start with a dry rub (Wild Willy’s Wonderful rub) and steam the ribs in a stoneware casserole dish with about a cup of water and sealed with aluminum foil.  After 2.25 hours, I take off the foil and slather them with Sweet Baby Ray’s Original, then cook ’em anout twenty minutes at 350F.

    I cut them apart with my cheapest 8″ Chicago Cutlery chef’s knife.  Tried not to touch the sides but I knew I’d have to tune it up on the WEPS.  Ugly.  But the ribs were great down at Lake Michigan for the fireworks.

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    #46823

    Organic
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    I used my knives to cut and apple and to open plastic bags containing Ikea hardware for a new bed frame that I assembled. I made home made pizza for dinner, so not too many knife use opportunities with that meal.

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    wickededge
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    I used one of my Takeda knives (super blue steel) to cut up a fruit salad, then my pocket knife (Spyderco Manix 2) to cut rope around the yard for tethering some young trees and also to remove a splinter in my palm.

    -Clay

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    #46832

    tcmeyer
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    Tonight I took my aforementioned abused chef’s knife to my Gen 3 Pro and did a 16 dps convex on it.  I can’t believe how much sharper the convex edges seem to be when compared to a straight bevel edge.  If I can ever get my workstation cleaned up enough for company, I’ll do a video on it.

    Lovin’ this Gen 3 Pro!

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