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July 18, 2006

Watermelon Knife

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Because sooner or later every fruit and vegetable on the planet will have its very own dedicated utensil.

It that a pea peeler I espy just over the horizon?

From the website:

    12" High-Carbon Stainless-Steel Watermelon Knife

    It's easy to cut a big watermelon when you have the right knife.

    Used by food service professionals.

    Easy-to-sharpen high-carbon stainless-steel blade is 12" long and 1.75" wide.

    Usually, when a cutting job is difficult, it is because you're not using the correct tool.

    Try to cut up a watermelon with a knife that is too small and you end up with wet, sticky hands and a butchered watermelon.

    That's why food service professionals and watermelon aficionados use this knife.

    The rosewood handle is extra-wide for a good grip.

$29.99 (watermelon not included).

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Comments

where can i purchase the watermelon knife?

Posted by: kevin | Dec 9, 2009 10:48:38 AM

Where's my pomegranate pin with ergonomic handle that does shiatsu[1] massage? (Actually i don't eat them with a pin, it's tedious and inefficient)

[1] Isn't that a sort of dog?

Posted by: Skipweasel | Jul 19, 2006 4:13:51 PM

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