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    Product Review: Chef’s Vegetable Knife

    This knife is ideal for for sticky vegetables and fruits like potatoes, butternut squash, and mangos.

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    Why You Need a Bench Knife

    A bench knife, also known as a pastry scraper, is a straight-edged metal rectangle with a handle along one side.

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    A Sharp Decline

    In food and cooking, many artisans are making a comeback, but when was the last time you saw someone who travels around the area sharpening your knives?

  • Article

    The Hardest Cut

    Sweet potato fries are tasty, but they take a lot of work to cut with a knife. There must be a faster way.

  • Article

    Have knife, will travel

    Why you should bring your own knife, and other tips for success when "guest cheffing" for friends.

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    Roll with It

    Have knives, will travel... in style!

  • How-To

    Chop vs. Dice

    Of all the instructions you’re likely to see in a recipe, “chop” and “dice” are two of the most common. Lots of people think they’re the same thing, but between…

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    Sharply beautiful

    This is one pricey knife, but when you use it you’ll see why. The 1893 series from German knife maker F. Dick features Damascus steel, hot-forged and patterned with a…

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    All-purpose sharpener

    If you’re a fan of electric knife sharpeners, this new AngleSelect Sharpener from Chef’s Choice will be a must-have. It sharpens both European and Asian-style knives, which have different blade…

  • How-To

    Cutting mango matchsticks

    With its leathery skin and broad, cumbersome pit, cutting a mango into matchsticks can be tricky

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