Sirloin Samurai Sword: Taking Your Steak Eating To The Next Level

I’ve got four carnivorous paleo eating kids so I’ve definitely had to defend my piece of tri-tip against trespassers. We take our beef pretty seriously but this, this takes it to a whole new level. Imagine your friends jealousy as you sit down to eat at your local steakhouse and you suavely pull a leather sheath from your pocket to reveal:


That’s right! It just got real in rib-eye land sucka!

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To be honest, when I saw this sirloin samurai sword on Amazon (click here) I didn’t think anyone would actually use it when dining out. Then I looked through a few of the reviews (which average four and a half stars out of five by the way). This is probably the best one by far:

What a pleasure to use a knife rather than a saw when dining out. I am amazed at what some very good and very expensive restaurants provide for cutting beef, lamb, pork, etc. By the time you apply enough pressure and take enough strokes to carve a bite size piece so much of the taste has been lost. Be prepared for some stares, but realize most of them are caused by envy.

I’m intrigued. Someone please invite me out to dinner and I’ll promise to cut your steak for you…


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