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Slicing skills put to test in multipart challenge

By Joleen Oshiro

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

~~<p>Last week, nine chefs remained to vie in challenges that brought with them lucrative prizes.</p>
<p>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.</p>
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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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