wineart 2 posted:g-man posted:
well then you need a proper set of sharpening stones!
We have a guy that picks up and cares for ours. He told me he is getting me a knife from a place named, Cut Brooklyn. Do you know of the place?
Cut Brooklyn puts out a solid American made kitchen knife. The only thing I'll point out is they make some in stainless steel and quite a bit in high carbon steel which will require a bit more attention and will develop a nice patina. I'd be sure to ask your knife guy if there are any specific steps he recommends for caring for the particular blade he procures for you. I'm sure you'll enjoy it quite a bit.