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hobbess | Jan 1, 201202:51 AM     31

What's your favorite slicing/carving knife?

I spent all this time and effort in making a roast for a holiday dinner only to butcher it with a chef's knife. Afterwards, it felt like one of those commercials where they take away your man card.

Cook's Illustrated favorite slicing knife was Victorinox (formerly Victorinox Forschner) Fibrox 12-Inch Granton Edge Slicing Knife, and I'm looking for feedback from anybody who owns that model.

One of the things Cook's Illustrated liked was the graton edges in Victorinox slicing knife, but it seems like there's just as much conflicting information about whether or not graton edges were really effective or not.

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