Welcome To Our Kitchen Knife Blog…
Choosing the best kitchen knives is important and we’re here to help you with that. However, knowing how and when to use a certain type of knife, how to hold it, and any tricks you should know along the way can also be ultra-helpful. These articles are meant to be an additional resource to our Knife Guides. Between them, we hope to educate you on knives in such a way that you feel like the expert in a very short period of time.
Should Steak Knives Be Serrated?By Bobby B. | April 2022 | Knife BlogIn the culinary world, there is a big debate about whether or not steak knives should be serrated. Some argue that the smooth blade of a non-serrated knife allows for a cleaner cut that doesn't...
Damascus Steel: Strength, Rust Resistance, and CareBy Bobby B. | February 2022 | BlogDamascus steel is a type of steel that has been used for knife making for centuries. It gets its name from the city of Damascus, which is located in Syria. Damascus steel is known...
Black Friday is a fantastic day to find deals on top kitchen knife brands. Check this page to find all the latest deals on Wusthof Knives, one of the best German-made kitchen knives on the market!
Cyber Monday is a fantastic day to find deals on kitchen knifes. Check this page to find all the latest deals and too see which are our favorites during the holiday sales!
Black Friday is a fantastic day to find deals on kitchen knifes. Check this page to find all the latest deals and too see which are our favorites during the holiday sales!
Butcher Knife vs. Cleaver: Is There a Difference?By Bobby B. | February 20, 2021 | Knife BlogIt's not at all uncommon for most to associate a meat cleaver with the term "butcher's knife". In fact, if you just search Amazon for butcher knife, most of the results...
Our 5 Best Apple Peeler Picks For By Bobby B. | Updated Jan. 7, 2021 | BlogYou know the saying, "an apple a day..." Apples are great for our bodies and they taste amazing! Sure you could spend 10 minutes peeling and slicing up an apple with a paring knife...
A honing steel and sharpening steel rod may look similar, but they aren’t the same. Knowledge of each will help prolong the life of your knife
Believe it or not, there are actually very few quality kitchen knives made in America. There are pockets around the world where most world-class knife makers reside. The top 2 are Japan and Germany. But, that doesn’t mean they don’t exist. This page exhibits the very best kitchen knives made in the USA.
For those ready to carve a turkey, roast, or prime rib in a hurry, consider one of the top power tools for the kitchen, an electric carving knife. These powered knives are typically alternating serrated blades that slice through meat like a hot knife through butter, making carving the family’s dinner a breeze.
When you’re looking for a new knife for your kitchen, check out BladeAdvisor for reviews on the latest products as well as tips/tricks on sharpening, etc.