Now that you are all set to go with your basic knives and a few specialty slicers, take some time to pamper your knives by using a quality cutting board.
You’ve probably heard, “The best knife is a sharp knife.” It may sound like a folk saying, but it’s true.
While you likely already have your cutlery essentials such as a chef’s knife and a paring knife, there are many other knives available that will take your culinary experience to the next level.
Knives are used for so many critical tasks, but how many knives do you need and how do you choose the ones that are right for you?
With my veggie garden just about ready for its first harvest, I quickly learned that the knives I owned would not be sufficient for the cutting and chopping I wanted to do.
The more you know about kitchen knives, the more fun you’ll have shopping for cutlery for your own collection or gifts. Today at CHEFS Mix, we’re answering basic questions about knives and how to choose the best ones for your kitchen.