If you’ve been wanting to start your culinary journey and are looking for the right knives to start it with, then you’ve come to the right place. We have selected our most comfortable, easy to use and sharp knives for you to start your career even if its just home cooking. The kitchen knives you need will largely depend on where you are in your cooking journey. Here we have the most common types you’ll encounter as you develop your skills over time.
As the most commonly used ingredients in cooking, vegetables require a special knife and some pro cuttingskillsto be chopped effortlessly quick. For that, wealreadyhaveaguideon how tochopfoodlike aprofessionalchef. We just need to find the right knife.
If you like spending time outdoors camping, fishing or hunting, then you know how crucial it is to have the right equipment with yourself. The great outdoors require tough and extremely sharp knives that can do the job well and last a long time. That is why we present to you our top 5 picks for the best knives for outdoor use. These guys are tough and rough, ready to cut boney meat and more.
Today, we wanted to share a very special video where one of our loyal customers is trying out our knives and most importantly, inspiring all of us with his top-notch knife skills. It is incredible how he can put these knives to use so effortlessly. Just take a look. It naturally makes us fall in love with the knives and with the handmade craft even more.
Cooking regularly has become a hobby for so many people now that we have a lot of time on our hands and we’re stuck at home. It can be especially fun when you’ve got knife skills to impress. These skills are actually a basic requirement for anyone who wishes to excel in the kitchen. So whether you’re a beginner but an excited cook or someone who just wants to get the job done more efficiently, we have some tips that will help you improve your knife skills.
A chef’s knife, or cook’s knife, is a large bladed tool used in a variety of food preparation techniques. In general, it will have a blade length of 8” and a height of 1.5 – 2”, although many models will range in length from about 6 – 14” and can measure up to 3” in depth. The actual shape of the blade is determined by the style it’s meant to emulate. If you’ll visualize a straight line from the base of the heel to the point of the tip, the area below this imaginary line is where the main difference lies. Now let's see our picks for the best chef's knives available in 2020.