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The Best Kitchen Knives Made in the USA | The All-American Knife

The Best Kitchen Knives Made in the USA | The All-American 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.

Best Boning Knife

Best Boning Knife

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.

Calphalon Knives Review – The 5 Best Self-Sharpening Knife Sets

Calphalon Knives Review – The 5 Best Self-Sharpening Knife Sets

Calphalon produce popular knife sets for home chefs around the world. Many of these sets even have in-block knife sharpeners, making the confusing and tedious task of sharpening your kitchen knifes go away. They are micro-sharpened each time you pull them out of the block, keeping them constantly sharp with every use.

Best Chef Knife Under 100

Best Chef Knife Under 100

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.

Best Paring Knife

Best Paring Knife

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.

The Best All-Purpose Knife: Santoku or Chef Knife

The Best All-Purpose Knife: Santoku or Chef Knife

Chef’s knives and santoku knives are 2 of the most popular knives in any kitchen. Which is better and why are commonly asked questions by those who haven’t tried both. We break down the similarities and differences in THE SHOWDOWN!

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