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    Arrrggggg!!!!!!! Who ever invented the glass cutting board should be drawn and quartered. End of rant, now to re-hone chefs knife.

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    Makes it easier if you hang them first - they still struggle but can't do much about being drawn because their hands are tied, legs are off the ground, but still aware of what is happening.
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    Quote Originally Posted by spazola View Post
    Arrrggggg!!!!!!! Who ever invented the glass cutting board should be drawn and quartered. End of rant, now to re-hone chefs knife.

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    Oy Vey !!!

    I FINALLY finally have moved the "Censored" Glass cutting board that the wifey loves so much, to "Glass Tray Duty", the EVOO, Balsmic Vinegar, Salt & Pepper and Cooking Utensil jar now sit prodly upon it next to the stove.. It no longer wrecks every knife she cooked with

    Took me 2 years Charlie to get her to stop

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    used to sharpen a friends kitchen knives and finally after the second time of getting them looking like she had been out cutting on the side walk, i asked what she was using for a cutting board. you guessed it, glass.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gssixgun View Post
    Oy Vey !!!

    I FINALLY finally have moved the "Censored" Glass cutting board that the wifey loves so much, to "Glass Tray Duty", the EVOO, Balsmic Vinegar, Salt & Pepper and Cooking Utensil jar now sit prodly upon it next to the stove.. It no longer wrecks every knife she cooked with

    Took me 2 years Charlie to get her to stop
    I still cannot break the Swiss Miss of using the sharp knives to cut a piece of pie from a glass baking dish. I keep telling her we are ingesting the glass shards from the scratches easily seen on the dish.

    Futility, utter futility. But, she does make a world class pecan pie.

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    Glass cutting boards and ceramic tile floor don't get along, they don't alway break the first time though, sometimes you need to "drop" it with a little more effort. Sorry honey! The other one that gets me is sharp knives in the dishwasher. However I am only home 6 months of the year at best.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RezDog View Post
    Glass cutting boards and ceramic tile floor don't get along, they don't alway break the first time though, sometimes you need to "drop" it with a little more effort. Sorry honey! The other one that gets me is sharp knives in the dishwasher. However I am only home 6 months of the year at best.
    Ah yes! Years back, I made a great set of kitchen blades from a few wide and thick ancient power hacksaw blades. Mrs( at that time) couldn't not understand why not to put in dishwasher. Well I went away and the wonderful walnut handles were split and toasted beyond repair.... Now, it is a scary thing to sharpen a knife for a friend...His version of SWMBO is used to hacking and she can go through a roast without a stop in one pass. Heaven help the holding hand!
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