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Best Steak Knives For The Money – How To Impress On A Reasonable Budget

Written by The Kitchen Hand on . Posted in Cutlery

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Knives are somewhat of a contentious topic among kitchen experts. Any internet discussion will invariably involve polarized opinions from one camp or another. You’ll see professional chefs that swear by their super-cheap Victorinoxes, social media cooks that prefer their expensive Ginsus, a contingent of people peddling their home-sharpening expertise, and everything in-between.

Tojiro Knives Review – The Best Introductory Japanese Knives?

Written by Peter Allen on . Posted in Cutlery

Last Updated Mar 2020 – Tojiro chef knives earn high marks from many knife experts and professional chefs around the world. They’re not the best knives on the market by any means, but what they lack in raw excellence they make up for in value. Tojiro’s knives are incredibly affordable, especially when you consider their high-quality steel, excellent edge retention, and crazy sharp blades. This makes them a very good choice for anyone who wants to try out a high-end Japanese chef’s knife on a budget.

4 Best Brisket Knives: Carve Fresh Brisket With Ease

Written by Peter Allen on . Posted in Cutlery

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Barbecue is an art form. There’s a world of difference between briskets from different chefs. Top level barbecue chefs can produce tender, succulent brisket that’s positively packed with complex, smokey flavors every time. If you’re trying to emulate these sorts of results at home, you’ve probably realized that the entire process is complex and requires lots of practice to master.

Cangshan Knife Reviews: Affordable, High-Quality Knives For All Kitchens

Written by Peter Allen on . Posted in Cutlery

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Last Updated Feb 2020 – You’re probably tired of hearing about the “world” of difference that a nice chef’s knife makes. People on the internet will try to sell you the idea that cooking isn’t the same without a $300 Damascus Shun. If you don’t have an expensive knife that cuts through overripe tomatoes like soft butter, they’ll say, you’re not getting the most out of your kitchen.

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