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Essential Series 14-Piece Stainless Steel Serrated Knife Set – Cutlery Set With Blue Kitchen Knives In A Natural Block, 05153Pbds
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Essential Series 14-Piece Stainless Steel Serrated Knife Set – Cutlery Set With Blue Kitchen Knives In A Natural Block, 05153Pbds by Ginsu

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Essential Series 10-Piece Stainless Steel Serrated Knife Set – Cutlery Set With Purple Kitchen Knives In A Natural Block, 05190Ds
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Essential Series 10-Piece Stainless Steel Serrated Knife Set – Cutlery Set With Purple Kitchen Knives In A Natural Block, 05190Ds by Ginsu

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Essential Series 5-Piece Stainless Steel Serrated Knife Set – Cutlery Set With Lime Green Kitchen Knives In A Natural Block, 05155Lgds
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Essential Series 5-Piece Stainless Steel Serrated Knife Set – Cutlery Set With Lime Green Kitchen Knives In A Natural Block, 05155Lgds by Ginsu

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Essential Series 14-Piece Stainless Steel Serrated Knife Set – Cutlery Set With Purple Kitchen Knives In A Natural Block, 05193Ds
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Essential Series 14-Piece Stainless Steel Serrated Knife Set – Cutlery Set With Purple Kitchen Knives In A Natural Block, 05193Ds by Ginsu

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Ginsu Koden Series 14-Piece Stainless Steel Serrated Knife Set – Cutlery Set with Stainless Steel Kitchen Knives in a Black Block, 05202DS
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Ginsu Koden Series 14-Piece Stainless Steel Serrated Knife Set – Cutlery Set with Stainless Steel Kitchen Knives in a Black Block, 05202DS by Ginsu

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In our tests of cut - rate knives , Ginsu skewers Ronco - ConsumerReports.org

You can spend $150 on a single chef's knife or $75 on an eight-piece set. The pricier knife will likely make impressive claims—a blade forged from dozens of layers of steel, for example, or a handle carved from rosewood. But does paying more mean better cutting performance. Based on Consumer Reports' tests of more than 50 knife sets , in which we sliced and diced a variety of foods and had panelists assess handle comfort and balance, we found plenty of top performers at the higher end, though there were also some... There are two basic types of steel knives on the market—stamped and forged. Ultra cheap knives, like the $40 Ronco Showtime Six Star+ , with its 26 pieces, are usually made out of stamped steel. Even at the Ronco's bargain price, cutting performance isn't enough to make it a smart purchase. You're better off spending more on knives forged from a single piece of steel, as they typically result in a sturdier blade that's less likely to bend. Of the eight steel-knife sets we recommend, all are forged. Five of them cost at least $300, and the priciest of the bunch, the Zwilling J. A. Henckels Twin Profection #33049 , sells for $600. Along with fellow German manufacturer Wusthof, Zwilling is a regular leader in our Ratings (the two brands... There is one CR Best Buy in our winner's circle, and it's the exception to the rule about spending top dollar for quality knives. If you grew up in the late 1970s, you might remember the Ginsu as-seen-on-TV ads featuring a blade sawing through a soda can and then delicately carving a ripe tomato. But Ginsu is a serious cutlery company, as evidenced by the Ginsu Chikara , an eight-piece set that sells for $75 and delivers excellent cutting performance. The one common denominator with any quality steel knife is that it will lose its edge if you don't care for it properly. Forged knives need to be sharpened regularly, either with a honing steel or by a professional. Hand-wash and dry the blade right after use to prevent corrosion. Never soak a knife, as water can seep into gaps and corrode the steel, and wood handles can warp and splinter. Dishwasher detergent and excessive heat can also damage the handle. We also tested a handful of ceramic knives, which claim low maintenance since their blades can hold an edge longer than steel knives. But only one of the models we evaluated made. Source: www.consumerreports.org

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Industry Spotlight: Latane Hughes [Windish Agency] - Your EDM

Latane Hughes is an agent at The Windish Agency and is based in Los Angeles. He is 29 years old and hails from Houston, Texas, where he cut his teeth in the music business booking, managing, and playing in punk rock bands throughout high school. He graduated from the Thornton School of Music at The University of Southern California in 2008 and began his first job out of school as an assistant at Paradigm Agency in Monterey, CA. He later moved back to Los Angeles where he worked as an... During his time as an assistant at CAA, he also booked and maintained a roster of deejays on the side including aussies Cassian, Light Year, Anna Lunoe, Gigamesh, Bang Gang DJs, and more . In 2011, he left CAA to join The Windish Agency as a full-time agent. Latane now maintains an extensive roster including some of the biggest headlining acts in the business, some of which include: Flume, Cashmere Cat, John Talabot, Aeroplane, Lido, Snakehips, Bixel Boys, Trippy Turtle, Tiger & Woods, Kap Slap, Party... What made you want to get involved in the music industry. What mainly attracted you to the business behind the music. I sort of fell into the music industry from the artist side. I played bass in various punk/rock bands in my hometown of Houston, TX throughout high school. No one really wanted to play bass, so I think I played for 4 or 5 bands… and that sort of connected me to all the various bands in the scene. So one of the bands I was playing in would get a show, and I’d ask if another band I was playing in could join the show… and one thing sort of led to another… and sooner or later I was kind of the go-to guy for putting together these shows in... When high school was over, I applied to colleges and was lucky enough to get into USC in LA for their Music Industry program. I eventually started floating more towards dance music…. doing some college events at USC, and eventually working. Source: www.youredm.com

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  • In our tests of cut - rate knives , Ginsu skewers Ronco

    06/04/13 ,via ConsumerReports.org

    If you grew up in the late 1970s, you might remember the Ginsu as-seen-on-TV ads featuring a blade sawing through a soda can and then delicately carving a ripe tomato. But Ginsu is a serious cutlery company, as evidenced by the Ginsu Chikara, 

  • 5 pointers for keeping your knives sharp

    02/24/15 ,via ConsumerReports.org

    Dull knives can slow you down because they require more force to cut stuff. They're also dangerous because they're more likely to slip when slicing, putting your fingers at risk. Factory sharpening doesn't last long, so it's up to you to keep the edge

  • Med City Movie Guy review: 'Avengers'

    05/07/15 ,via Post-Bulletin

    Weakness: steel-toed work boots. Origins film ends with an old Ginsu knife claiming to be his father, but only his handler, Chef Tony, knows his true identity: a Chicago Cutlery factory second. Chris Miksanek is a Rochester freelance writer. Follow him

  • Industry Spotlight: Latane Hughes [Windish Agency]

    01/07/15 ,via Your EDM

    Latane Hughes is an agent at The Windish Agency and is based in Los Angeles. He is 29 years old and hails from Houston, Texas, where he cut his teeth in the music business booking, managing, and playing in punk rock bands throughout high school.

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