Thursday, December 18, 2008

The Seven Days of Christmas - Day Four - Cuts Like a Knife

knife block found here.

Most important tool in the kitchen? Your knife.

Every kitchen should have at least one good knife.

Mine has just that. One good knife.

If you are looking to buy yourself or someone else a knife, start with a chefs knife. Look for a sharp blade, good heft for it's size, and that it feels comfortable in your hand.

Remember you get what you pay for. If you spend $10 on a knife, chances are it's going to be crap. Spend $70 or ever more, you've got a better chance of it being a keeper.

For reading:
What to look for when buying a kitchen knife
Chef's knife buying guide
What to look for in your first set of knives

Global Knives


Mags said...

I would LOVE to have some Globals. They are always on my wish list.

Sara said...

Me too! Oh to have some "real" knifes.....

gaga said...

Haha, that's a super cute knife block. I love it!

burgeoningfoodie said...

What is your One Good Knife? I've heard the Victorinox Fibrox knives are good for people who can't afford to shell out $80 on a Wusthof.