Although knives are the most commonly used tools in the kitchen, there are still some myths surrounding them that a lot of people haven’t figured out yet. But to fully utilize your kitchen knives, you need to know everything about them. For example: Did you know you are more likely to injure yourself badly with a blunt knife than with a sharp one? Well, that is precisely the kind of fact we’re going to unravel today. So strap in!
Cooking with the fam is hands down the best part of Thanksgiving but that doesn’t mean you can’t incorporate some DIY in there. It will be great fun with the kids and very rewarding when it comes to taking pictures.
It's an overwhelming decision to choose in between these two. After all, one of them could be the reason your knives get blunt so often. Both variants have the task of keeping kitchen knives safe and easy to access at any moment. These storage methods differ greatly and we’re going to find out which one is better: Knife block or magnetic rack?
You might own a chef’s knife but do you really know how to use it? If the answer is no; keep on reading because this one’s for you. Honing your knife skills is best no matter if you’re professional or not. It always feels good to handle a chef’s knife as a real chef would. But before we get into it, we ought to tell you what a chef’s knife is.
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.