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Discussion in 'W.A. Surls Knives (formerly WAS Knives)' started by hasco, Feb 28, 2016.
Man, that looks delicious!!! Great looking knife too!!
I've had it a little while but it's the first time I've used it in the kitchen. When you hear that it handles like a much smaller knife believe it. It will now be my go to knife for most all of my kitchen duties.
would you post a recipe for the sauce you have there?
It's called Finadene and it's a recipe from Guam. This is the base recipe we use, but I've seen hotter peppers, cucumber, etc added as desired. We love it over white sticky rice but it's also traditionally served with chicken and pork.
1/2 cup white vinegar
1 cup soy sauce
1 tomatoe (I think Roma works best)
1/2 white onion
small bundle of green onions
I think you would really like it Phillip.
Im going to try it this week. Ill post pics!
So I'm pretty interested in an Arowana. And I have come across a beauty in 3/32 A2 but I am just not sure if that is too thin to be primarily used as a general outdoors camping knife. Anyone have thoughts on this?
3/32 is plenty thick for any cutting tasks. Where you'd want to shy away would be chopping and batoning. But to be honest, that's not where this knife shines anyhow. It's just meant for slicing. That's in its DNA. The long, up swept blade just digs in phenomenally. My arowana is in 1/8, and I love it. But I'd get a 3/32 if I could do it over again. Just my opinion.
These pictures belong here. I really like this knife. Mine get used a lot. I have both 3/32" and 1/8". Now I just need a scandi wearing Ironwood!