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Welcome aboard. We are all here to help and teach each other.

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Welcome, Boots.

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martine, kpham12, Boots, welcome all to the forum! We're here to share our knowledge and experiences and I hope you will share with us.
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Just signed up after lurking for a while. Really interested in deepening my knowledge overall and finding some great knives to replace my Wusthoff Classic set.

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tyfabes wrote:
Sat Jun 06, 2020 11:12 am
Just signed up after lurking for a while. Really interested in deepening my knowledge overall and finding some great knives to replace my Wusthoff Classic set.
Aloha and welcome.
You sure came to the right place.
Keep a good grip on your wallet :D

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Hello everyone,

Ronnie here.
Still here. ;)

Hard to believe it but today's my CKTG forums 1-year anniversary. That sure went fast. I cannot believe how much I've learned here over the past 365 days. Thanks, to all the knowledgeable forum members for patiently and enthusiastically sharing their expertise and experience here. And thanks, Mark, Sue and the all Moderators. I'm eternally grateful.
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mauichef wrote:
Sat Jun 06, 2020 2:37 pm
tyfabes wrote:
Sat Jun 06, 2020 11:12 am
Just signed up after lurking for a while. Really interested in deepening my knowledge overall and finding some great knives to replace my Wusthoff Classic set.
Aloha and welcome.
You sure came to the right place.
Keep a good grip on your wallet :D
Haha, I'm a member on many other forums (coffee, wine, etc). I suspect this is only going to add to my pocketbook getting lighter as the months go on. :)

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Hello, new to forum and new to Japanese knives. Looking forward to an education:)

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Nice to be a part of this community!
Just enjoy my life, people and you.

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New here but have read a ton of posts so feel like I know some of you already. Thanks for letting me play too.

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Thanks!
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Hello:

My name is Ricardo, and I live in Miami, Florida. I'm a longtime straight razor user. I'm active on some of the shaving forums, and a moderator on one of them. I'm also a serious home cook, with a modest assortment of Western and Japanese Chef/Gyuto pieces. Lately, I've developed an interest in Yanagibas/Sujihikis. I've lurked in the knife forums for years, and finally decided to join one. There is a lot of knowledge in this forum, and I know I'll learn much here.
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Welcome to the forum, jump right in the water feels great! 8-)
If God wanted me to be a vegetarian he wouldn't have made animals taste so good.

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Hi everyone. New to the forum but I'm a certified knife nut from way, way back. I love patina, sharpening and stones that mud quickly. Carbon over stainless. I love a lot of knives from a lot of makers but I've never found a better fit than Watanabe. Glad to be here, folks. Happy cutting!

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SSuchan wrote:
Thu Jul 16, 2020 2:23 pm
Hi everyone. New to the forum but I'm a certified knife nut from way, way back. I love patina, sharpening and stones that mud quickly. Carbon over stainless. I love a lot of knives from a lot of makers but I've never found a better fit than Watanabe. Glad to be here, folks. Happy cutting!
Welcome! Sounds like this forum will be a great fit for you.

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Thanks Bruin. Forgot to mention that I'm located in Eastern Canada.

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Short time lurker, first time poster here. Everyone can blame Mr. Ronnie Suburban for pointing me to CKTG. Mr. Suburban and Mr. Wiviott on the LTH Forum talked me into my first good, sharp knives (actually the first ones I've ever bought), last year and I'm retired. Home cook, nothing impressive. A bit OCD, so trying to not buy all the knives in the world.

And Mr. Suburban, I had to add the extra "X" to my nym, as it had to be 5 characters long. So Sad.

Edited to correct a glaring punctuation error.
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Welcome to the forum XexoX, and we blame @ronnie_suburban for a lot of stuff around here! ;)
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XexoX wrote:
Sat Aug 01, 2020 5:10 pm
Short time lurker, first time poster here. Everyone can blame Mr. Ronnie Suburban for pointing me to CKTG. Mr. Suburban and Mr. Wiviott on the LTH Forum talked me into my first good, sharp knives (actually the first ones I've ever bought), last year and I'm retired. Home cook, nothing impressive. A bit OCD, so trying to not buy all the knives in the world.

And Mr. Suburban, I had to add the extra "X" to my nym, as it had to be 5 characters long. So Sad.

Edited to correct a glaring punctuation error.
Nice to "see" you here. I expect you'll enjoy it. The depth of knowledge/expertise here is unparalleled. I've learned a ton just reading these discussions. As the old saying goes, some here have forgotten more about steel and sharpening than many of us will ever learn. :geek:
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