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    Article by James Nowka    (08-29-11 08:21.06)
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    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

    The Remedy has Arrived!



    Madison WI, - August 17, 2011 - Chef Knives To Go is pleased to announce the availability of the Richmond Remedy, a 240mm western handled stainless chef knife or gyuto, designed by Mark Richmond and manufactured by Lamson & Goodnow of Shelburne Falls, MA. The knife is offered at $229.95.

    The Remedy, which follows his first knife, the Addict, is made of CPM154, has a 50/50 grind and is sharpened to 15 degrees. Peter's Heat Treat of Meadville, PA heat treated the knife to 61HRC.

    "I am super excited about this knife," says Richmond, "It's a high performance, production knife made with high quality steel. It's also made in the USA which is important to me."

    Other features of the knife include brass pins, a convex grind, and a 2mm spine thickness. The knife weighs in a 8oz.

    Customers can choose a handle made of Cocobolo or Morado. Adam Marr of Adam Marr Knives is also working on custom handles which will be available for an additional charge.

    You can view the knife with more pictures and details here: http://www.chefknivestogo.com/rire2...

    Contact: Mark Richmond
    Tele:608-232-1137
    Email:help@chefknivestogo .com


     
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    06-05-12 06:12.22 - Post#2475266    


        In response to James Nowka

    Glad to know that for redefining food taste knife has a special role that inspires chef cooking.
     


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