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Wusthof Classic Carving Knife : With a long, slender, slightly flexible blade, this 8" carving knife is ideal for cutting roast turkey, leg of lamb or beef Wellington. About Wusthof Classic: Precision-forged blades of Wusthof's own high-carbon, stain-resistant steel alloy, for a lasting edge that is easy to resharpen. Distinctive bolster prevents your hand from slipping onto the blade. Handle is a virtually indestructible composite, buffed by hand for a smooth finish and triple-riveted to the full tang for optimum strength and balance. Dishwasher safe, but hand-washing is recommended. Made in Solingen, Germany.
 
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Fantastic Knife
PostedAugust 3, 2010
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Ravenmaniac
fromBaltimore, Md.
This knife is well worth the cost. I was skeptical at first as the price seemed abit stiff believing a knife of lesser cost could be just as effective. I was wrong. I tested this knife on both grilled fillet mignons and a large rump roast to compare cutting ease and was stunned at how thin I could slice the meat with little or no effort. The feel was ample and while my some of my other german knives presented a slightly "more appealing style of handle," they couldn't compare to ease of cut and maintainment of sharpness from the various types of meat. A fine addition to any cutlery desired in a modern kitchen.
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