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How to Hone Your Knife

Regular maintenance is crucial for keeping a good cutting edge on your knives

Gary Junken
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Knives need sharpening less often than you might think, but they do need regular honing on a steel to keep their cutting edges aligned. Norman Weinstein, the knife skills instructor at the Institute of Culinary Education in New York City, provides a close-up look at just what honing does and how to hone with confidence.Knives need regular honing on a steel to keep their cutting edges aligned. Institute of Culinary Education instructor Norman Weinstein provides a close-up look at just what honing does and how to hone with confidence.

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