Utility knives have many different uses in a kitchen. Smaller than a chef’s knife, but larger than a paring knife, utility knives hit that “sweet spot” in between.
There are so many kitchen knife brands. Some you’ve heard of, some you haven’t. It’s difficult to know what makes one better than the rest, or more importantly, which companies or brands to stay away from. Check out our guide to learn more.
Boning knives are specifically designed to remove different types of meat from bones. A good boning knife will ensure you maximize the usable meat and minimize waste.
Paring knives are one of the most used and most versatile tools in your kitchen. Having good paring knives will definitely save you time and frustration.
With sushi and sashimi, presentation is key and a major part of the “experience”. A top-rated sushi knife will ensure a good, clean cut with the right portion size for your next sushi meal.
A good serrated bread knife will cut through the hardest crust and the softest bread at at the same time without smashing the bread. This specialty knife is a unique and inexpensive must-have tool for your kitchen.
A good pair of kitchen shears is an essential tool in any chef’s kitchen. They can be used for many tasks including cutting poultry, vegetables, herbs, and more as well as opening packages while you’re cooking.
Santoku knives are a great all-purpose knife that can perform many tasks very efficiently if you know how to use it and keep it sharpened. Click to learn more.
It’s time to get a nice set of steak knives to have around your kitchen table. You buy good steaks and take the time to marinade and grill them all afternoon, why do you keep using those old cheap steak knives?