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  1. Just throwing out a reminder that the holidays are coming up and you may be cooking, slicing and chopping more than usual. Are your knives up to the task? Maybe it's time to put a fresh edge on them. You can message me on this site or email me at ladygoodknife at gmail dot com. I'm in Annandale, inside the Beltway between the Braddock and Little River Turnpike exits. You can drop the knives off, or we can arrange a meet. I also have loaner knives available if you need a backup while I’m working on yours. Blades 6” or less - $5 per Blades 6”-12” - $7 per Serrated Knives - $8 per Swords & machetes - $15 Ceramic blades – steel blade prices plus $2 per knife Louise Comninaki Lady Goodknife
  2. Last year, I was contemplating another knife for home kitchen use. I have mostly Wusthofs then and now, and I liked the idea of a big ass knife (and it is great for some aspects), but bigger is not always better. Have an 8" that I love, but it does not hold its edge as long as I'd like. So was trying to find a shorter to mid range chef's knife that would hold an edge for a long time. A friend suggested going custom. I had never heard of this before, so he sent me a link to an article (see below) and it is excellent. Here's a link to store-bought vs. custom knife article. So after inquiring and getting lots of great information, I decided to order a custom knife from Weige Knives. This guy makes beautiful, functional awesome knives. They are expensive, but this is the single best knife I have ever owned. It is incredible. And you can be extremely specific about the design you want, the length, the metal, the handle, everything. I would highly recommend these knives to anyone wanting a great knife that is extremely function and holds its edge for a long time. Here's a picture.
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