quality posts: 7 Private Messages disraeli
mm20 wrote:62 comments thus far, and maybe 5 of them are useful.

Trolls, they be everywhere.

If you don't find the Guy Fieri digs useful, then you aren't listening hard enough!

Technically, the glass is always full.


quality posts: 18 Private Messages CruelMelody

looks like the original prices on these were around 75.00, currently selling for 60.00 on amazon. Over four star reviews for the chef knives... seems like a solid deal! I honestly doubt most people I know even know who Guy is, so I won't be ridiculed too much...


quality posts: 12 Private Messages comma

Where's the "Irritating Gob" knife?


quality posts: 0 Private Messages angelica974
countdown wrote:"Wow, Guy Fieri's name is on it; it must be good." Said no one ever.

Best. Comment. Ever.


quality posts: 1 Private Messages darenhandy

Well I got a set of three at SAMs club last month for 49.99. I thought this was for a set of three until I went to check out.


quality posts: 0 Private Messages jmbrown16
radi0j0hn wrote:My reaction entirely, first-class brisket cutters for McBee's Barbecue south of San Antonio.

(Then, next, the New York Jets ones would be switchblades.)

Hah - I thought they were Houston Texans knives too and were going to buy them just for that


quality posts: 0 Private Messages Natecary

Would these work to cut my "Smores Indoors Pizza" ?


quality posts: 0 Private Messages jeanpaulcart

This would have been an amazing offering exactly 20 days ago.


quality posts: 0 Private Messages tjpainter

do u get all 3 or get to pick one?


quality posts: 1 Private Messages lumpyplumpo

very very good price on these knives. they are currently "on sale" on the food networks site for $75 each $120 normal.


quality posts: 4 Private Messages Listen2Reason

Obligatory Homestuck reference.


quality posts: 75 Private Messages craigthom
airspoon wrote:The tang has nothing do with how pleasurable a knife is to use (other than maybe weight, which can be compensated for), but rather the sturdiness and strength of the knife. With that said, I would never recommend a knife without a full tang. I didn't even realize that American-made knives are sold without a full tang.

Full tang is better than a thin tang stuck in a piece of wood, where it can come out, or with light plastic handles, where balance can be an issue, but it isn't required.

Neither Global nor Shun knives, for example, are full tang (nor are the forged), but they've got good balance and aren't going to separate.

Is there some other benefit to full tang you've got in mind?


quality posts: 0 Private Messages quixotical13
TheTexasTwister wrote:I almost bought these knives then when I glanced at the design on the handles and thought they were tied in with the Houston Texans football franchise. Imagine my disappointment when I read further and found out they were Guy Fieri knives.

Houston Texans' knives would have been so much better. In every way possible.

Glad I wasn't the only one


quality posts: 2 Private Messages lokklyn

Meh, whatever - don't really care about the shame of owning an ostentatious knife. Will just pass it off as an ironic buy if anyone questions them.

I need a cleaver and a big chef knife, so I'm in for two in the midnight series. Living with roommates, so I want knives that are decent quality, but wouldn't make me butthurt if someone (including me) manhandled them.

Actually dig the whole downstairs mixup on the bottom of the chef knife's handle; seems like it'd be useful for garlic crushing.


quality posts: 0 Private Messages driscj
craigthom wrote:Is there some other benefit to full tang you've got in mind?

From what I've read, as a knife blade is sharpened over the years the weight changes and the balance is lost. The tang can be ground down to 'rebalance' the knife. Only a full tang could be ground down to accomplish that.

Filed that under 'things I know but will never need to do in my life.'


quality posts: 1 Private Messages KillianMick
jaisaii wrote:does anyone know exactly when it was that GF decided to change how he pronounced his name from fee-air-ee to fee-ahd-dee? WHAT A D... !

Actually, his real last name is Ferry. He changed it to Fieri because it sounded "cooler".