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    Username Post: FS: Culinary Kit (JWU F. Dick)        (Topic#880717)

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    06-21-10 10:32.06 - Post#2154270    



    Figured I'd throw this on here before going through the effort of listening it on Ebay.

    Looking to get rid of my knife kit issues by Johnson & Wales University. It would make a great starter kit for anyone else who might be attending culinary school or simply a knife set for someone.

    It comes in a hard plastic locking case that has an internal storage compartment and includes the follow, all of which are made by F. Dick:
    Competition 9" Chefs Knife
    Superior 10" Wave Serrated Knife
    Superior 3" Paring Knife
    Premier Plus 7" Flex Boning Knife
    10" Diamond Steel
    10" Offset Spatula
    7" Offset Fish Spatula
    7" Carving Fork
    Peeler
    Zester

    A two-side Parisian scoop is missing as well at a 3" Tourne knife (though I may still be able to find that somewhere around the house, I remember seeing it recently).

    Also being included as a good gester is a 7" Henckel Santoku, a 9" Flexible Victornic Fibrox Fillet Knife, and W├╝sthof Come-Apart Kitchen Shears.

    I will hopefully get around to taking pictures tonight or tomorrow but just wanted to throw this up now.

    Knives were used for a year an a half at culinary school, but are still in good shape with a long life left in them. Since it was given to me I have no idea what it cost, but adding up the individual parts and accounting for wear......
    $300 + half shipping cost.


    Edited by Drazzamatazz on 06-21-10 10:34.59. Reason for edit: No reason given.
     



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    06-21-10 11:42.11 - Post#2154336    


        In response to Drazzamatazz

    Fish spatula and shears as both missing from the photo since they are at work.

    Again, not the best photos, but not only do I lack skill in taking pictures but my dog was giving me the evil eye about laying everything out on his bed.

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    06-21-10 11:50.47 - Post#2154340    


        In response to Drazzamatazz

    Do the knives come with flea powder??
     

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    06-21-10 12:00.39 - Post#2154346    


        In response to Eatrustic

    He hasn't used that stuff for ages, but whatever can be found is free of charge!
     

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    06-27-10 11:13.01 - Post#2158538    


        In response to Drazzamatazz

    $250?

    I know this may not be the most interesting option for people on this site, so I was wondering if I could just get some feedback.
    I'm going to list this set on Ebay, what's a reasonable price everyone thinks it might go for?
     


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