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Advise on knife set #8673504 08/25/22 09:34 PM
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Buying as a gift for a friend. He does a lot of different styles of outdoor cooking and I'd like to buy him a set of decent knives. Not tableware steak knives but good cooking knives. Budget is about $300, any suggestions?


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Re: Advise on knife set [Re: Stompy] #8673526 08/25/22 10:13 PM
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Every knife I use in the kitchen is a Victorinox knife (AKA Forschner). They have a great line of quality knives. You can probably spend a lot more and not get as quality and value. It is the only knife brand me or any of my coworkers / butchers used when I managed a meat mkt. I probably have 20 or more of their knives.


https://www.victorinox.com/us/en/Products/Cutlery/c/CUT?ScrollPosition=0&maxResults=30

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I will second the Victorinox. They are very high quality at a reasonable rate. I bought my daughter a set for her kitchen and I believe they were in the $250 range. After seeing lots of guides and taxidermists use their paring knives to cape with, I bought several of them and those things are amazing.

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Originally Posted by Daniel Boone
I will second the Victorinox. They are very high quality at a reasonable rate. I bought my daughter a set for her kitchen and I believe they were in the $250 range. After seeing lots of guides and taxidermists use their paring knives to cape with, I bought several of them and those things are amazing.

Ordered the BBQ set today. Thanks


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Originally Posted by Stompy
Originally Posted by Daniel Boone
I will second the Victorinox. They are very high quality at a reasonable rate. I bought my daughter a set for her kitchen and I believe they were in the $250 range. After seeing lots of guides and taxidermists use their paring knives to cape with, I bought several of them and those things are amazing.

Ordered the BBQ set today. Thanks

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