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Slicing skills put to test in multipart challenge

By Joleen Oshiro

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Jan 09, 2013

Last week, nine chefs remained to vie in challenges that brought with them lucrative prizes. For the Quickfire, Maui's Sheldon Simeon and his competition were divided into three teams for a three-part challenge that tested their knife-sharpening and slicing skills, then mastery of the tool as demonstrated by breaking down a rabbit. They were assessed by master bladesman Bob Kramer, whose custom knives sell for a whopping $500 per inch.

Last week, nine chefs remained to vie in challenges that brought with them lucrative prizes.

For the Quickfire, Maui's Sheldon Simeon and his competition were divided into three teams for a three-part challenge that tested their knife-sharpening and slicing skills, then mastery of the tool as demonstrated by breaking down a rabbit. They were assessed by master bladesman Bob Kramer, whose custom knives sell for a whopping $500 per inch. Login for more...



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