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Knives

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    Why Slicing Knives Have a Hollowed Edge

    The oval hollows on both sides of the Granton edge create several advantages.

  • Article

    The Perfect Vacation Knives

    If you'll be cooking on vacation, these are the knives you want to pack.

  • How-To

    How to Sharpen Your Knife Without a Steel

    Ever been stuck with a dull knife and no honing steel on hand? Here's something that'll work in a pinch.

  • Article

    Under Cover Blade Guards

    These colorful blade guards are a simple solution for storing and transporting knives of all sizes.

  • Article

    D.I.Y. Butchering Thanks to Wüsthof’s

    Go whole hog and break down your own poultry and large cuts of meat with Wüsthof’s new three-piece butchering set.

  • Article

    Test Drive: Japanese Chef’s Knives

    In the market for a new chef’s knife? These are our five new favorites

  • Article

    Super Cuts: Japanese Knives from Zwilling J.A. Henckels

    Sleek, light, and well balanced, these new Japanese knives from Zwilling J.A. Henckels, made from MicroCarbide powder steel, are unbelievably sharp.

  • Article

    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…

  • Article

    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…

  • Article

    Choosing Steak Knives

    Don't massacre your gorgeous, juicy steak with poor cutlery. After testing a wide range of steak knives, we've come up with a list of must-have features to look for when you shop.

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