A Santoku knife is very similar to the widely used chefs knife, aside from the fact that it has a straighter edge than a chefs knife along with rivets and usually no bolster. This review is on a great knife by Zelite Infinity.
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What better way to enjoy a juicy steak than with a sharp knife that can cut? I have been to steakhouses that served with mediocre cutlery, and the experience was one to forget. A good steak knife compliments a steak like a good glass of wine. Here is a review on a great one by Zelite Infinity.
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Ceramic knives have become widely popular among home chefs, as not only do they keep their edge for a long while, they are also not prone to stain. This makes these knive easy to maintain, and allow you to eat more instead of tending to knife maintenance.
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Chef knives are the most important tool in the kitchen, and that’s why it is imperative to have one that suits you. There are many types on the market made out of various metals and with a variety of handle designs. The most important thing I look for in a knife is comfort, because after all, this is the most used tool in my kitchen.
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Having a solid chefs knife while I cook is very important to me, as it is the most important tool in the kitchen to me. Things I look for in a good chefs knife are, firstly, a well balanced knife. A knife that is comfortable is imperative as that is precisely the tool that will prevent my hands from hurting after slicing 20 lbs of onions. The other things I look for in a knife is the quality and craftsmanship of the materials used to make the knife, and the sharpness of the blade. Read on to see why I like this particular knife so much.
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Personally, the only thing can compliment a juicy steak at the table is a glass of Cabernet and some good cutlery. Having good cutlery at the table just makes the whole steak experience better. There’s nothing like going to an expensive restaurant, ordering some prime beef, and not being able to eat it comfortably due to the knife being either unsharpened or having a low quality serrated edge.
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Being that chef knives are one of the most essential tools in any kitchen, I have used many in the past. Some things to look for are a comfortable handle, a blade that retains it’s edge, and a nicely balanced weight throughout the knife. This review is on a premiere knife and there’s lots to say about it.
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A boning knife is usually composed of a thin flexible and curved blade, usually measuring 5 to 7 inches. These knives are designed to get into small spaces to detach meat from bones as well as skin from chicken.
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It is said that there are three essential knives every kitchen should have. They are the chefs knife, the paring knife and the bread knife. Not only can a good bread knife save you time, but it can also provide great cuts of bread, cake and even some fruits.
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A boning knife is the best blade for cutting up or boning fish, chicken, and meat, due to it’s very versatile blade. Most boning knives have a narrow blade around five to six inches long, and the main feature of the blade is that it has some flex. This allows for a clean even cut around bones, making them easy to remove.
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