Step 6: Boning Knife

The next knife is one that is an absolute necessity it is a flexible boning knife, this is used to clean and break down many different cuts of meat from beef to poultry to fish.  I use a flexible boning knife made by J.A Henkels.

Lets take it to the CBD!!!<br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> ( Melbourne Joke)
<p>Ha Ha!</p><p>Yeah Lets!</p>
Nice Idea these cases are found at around &pound;30 and even less from a boot sale or from ebay ..Great result for little work ..Most knife cases or wraps are kinda expensive ...Nice One
Great collection. I'm glad I'm not the only one obsessed with knife perfection. The G.I. can opener brought me back. I used to carry one on my key chain as a kid. What kind of kid does that? Is food-nerd a term? If you can fit a cleaver in there, might I suggest the Kiwi line. Great inexpensive knives.<br />
i wanna thank you while we were in the process of moving out of state my brothers knifes were stolen from our house.<br /> <br /> something like this would be a great way to help him start rebuilding his kit <br />
Nice I'ble! I'd like to do something like that with my knives instead of just dumping them in a drawer.<br /> I&nbsp;would add an ulu to the set. It's a quarter circle, single ground Alaskan skinning knife with the handle&nbsp;at the center of the circle.&nbsp;Ergonomic and fun to use for chopping, mincing, and slicing.
&nbsp;yea the ulu is a pretty cool knife similar to the mezzaluna knife that typically comes with a cutting board in the shape of a bowl<br /> <br /> also yes an egg topper takes the top off of the egg, so that the egg can then be used as a serving vessel.<br />
what's an egg topper do?<br /> does it cut off the top of an egg?<br /> if so, why?<br />
Wow, this is awesome and thorough!&nbsp; Thanks for sharing your kit.<br /> I'm putting together a wish list from the contents of your knife box. ;)<br />
FIRST&nbsp;AID&nbsp;KIT - I went to the dollar store and got a neat metal latchable box (about 4 x4 x2), and always keep aspirin, band aids (only the coolest looking ones though), finger condoms, nail clippers, and super glue.
I am going to comment everyewhere hahaha :)<br /> <br /> I&nbsp;have the Shun as well, but I took the 10&quot;. My chef knife I prefer to be a little longer; works great for slicing, and there's been times where an 8&quot; just wouldn't cut it (skinning large fish for example).<br /> <br /> My Santoku is a pretty sweet budget folded steel knife. Calphalone, a store brand, with VG-1 steel, 7&quot;. Wicked knife for the price
I myself prefer a toolbox with a removeable upper tray. All my knives get snap on type guards, and it's pretty easy to organize everything inside. Lockable, sturdy, and makes me relive my days working on cars :)
Oh, and also the fact I&nbsp;can plaster all sorts of cheese stickers from all the various cheeses I've had the pleasure of tasting&nbsp; all over it :)

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