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Welcome aboard Tom!

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SteveG wrote:
Sun Apr 30, 2017 12:47 pm
Welcome aboard Tom!
Thanks Steve!

I really enjoy your knife reviews, very informative.

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Hi,
I had to create a new account. I was curious if this is because of the new forum? My old login no longer works. I wanted to sell some of my knives, do I need to work my way back to 30 post?

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Ryan, what was your old username on the forums? I can set your post count to match the old forum accumulated total.

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it was RyanGS or ryanGS

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Done, Ryan.

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I'm new to the forum and have been doing a lot of reading on it and it is a great wealth of information here.
I've been into knives and sharpening for about 40 years now but just in the past couple years have discovered the more high end water stones both synthetic and natural.

As funds allow I plan on trying out some nice kitchen knives and it seems the choices are endless in that area. Anyway I hope to learn a lot more and contribute when I can.

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Beautiful site as always

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Hi Steve,
This is a great site with lots of information and great advice.
I set up my new account. Could you update my posts from my old account ?
Thanks!

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Will do Chris.

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Done Chris.

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Hi,
Just picking up my first ever Japanese knives. Been enjoying the surprisingly extensive learning process... and then there are stones.

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Hello,

I've been a lurker for several years and finally decided to join. Lots of good info here. I'm pleased to finally be a member.

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Hi,
Discovered CKTG forums while searching for more Japanese Kitchen Knife knowledge. Previously a casual home cook, now more serious about learning about kitchen knife use, maintenance, and enjoying the whole experience. Happy to join these fora.
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Good luck to all of you. I look forward to seeing your thoughts as you start further exploring what your family will call your "knife phase". It's always nice to see new perspectives, even on old topics.

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Hello, i just recently found this forum. I hope to learn more about chefs knives and how best to take care of them. Im a line cook at a hotel, so having great equipment to work with is a huge plus
You know what they say. Wherever you go, There you are.

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Hi All,
I haven't been on the forum for quite a while now and as the site has migrated and I needed to set up a new profile, I figured I reintroduce myself for the benefit of those don't who don't know me. I'm a home cook living in NYC with a decent JK collection consisting of a lot of Kono Fujis, a couple Katos, a Shig and a handful of other makers/smiths. I use an EP for sharpening with a mix of J-nats and synthetics as I haven't really had the time to hone my hand-sharpening skills to the point that I wouldn't muck-up a grind or high-end finish/polish. Look forward to getting back involved with the CKTG community.

-Chip


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ChipB wrote:
Thu Feb 01, 2018 6:37 pm
Hi All,
I haven't been on the forum for quite a while now and as the site has migrated and I needed to set up a new profile, I figured I reintroduce myself for the benefit of those don't who don't know me. I'm a home cook living in NYC with a decent JK collection consisting of a lot of Kono Fujis, a couple Katos, a Shig and a handful of other makers/smiths. I use an EP for sharpening with a mix of J-nats and synthetics as I haven't really had the time to hone my hand-sharpening skills to the point that I wouldn't muck-up a grind or high-end finish/polish. Look forward to getting back involved with the CKTG community.

-Chip
Welcome back mate!
Yeh..a bit of a "decent" collection indeed :mrgreen:

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It's good to see you back here, Chip.

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