Published at Saturday, September 01st 2018, 09:37:56 AM by Nicolas Gallois. Tableware. There are many reasons why it is ideal to use disposable tableware instead of ceramic ones during certain events. To begin with, they are very easy to clean after a party considering that they are disposable. Once all your guests have left, you only need to collect all the tableware they have used and discard it, instantly making the space tidy once more. In addition, if all your party tableware is disposable, a simple swipe of your hand or your cleaning tool directing these items into a plastic bin could cut your clean-up time, allowing you to attend to other important things around the house.
Published at Friday, October 26th 2018, 00:50:43 AM. Cutlery and Kitchen Knives By Mathieu Auger. Kyocera knives were launched in Japan in 1984. Despite their highly technical production, Kyocera believe nothing can replace skilled craftsmanship and many years experience, therefore all Kyocera ceramic knives are individually ground by hand.
Published at Friday, October 26th 2018, 00:50:35 AM. Cutlery and Kitchen Knives By Hector Bethune. A magnetic strip mounted to a kitchen wall is another knife storage option and the one I personally use. Magnetic strips are simple to clean, can easily accommodate large kitchen knife sets, and this method of storage is extremely efficient in that it saves both counter top and drawer space. I would not recommend it, however, if you have young children or rambunctious pets.
Published at Friday, October 26th 2018, 00:49:36 AM. Cutlery and Kitchen Knives By Nathan Tremblay. On the other hand, if you want to use your kitchen knives with a little bit of elbow grease, you can. Should you desire them to be balanced and hefty, you can get the German kinds. Most European kitchen knives are all the more sturdier than their Eastern counterparts. There are lots of best quality knives out there that are fully forged. If you want sturdy kitchen knives you should stick to the forged lines which offer premium quality.
Published at Friday, October 26th 2018, 00:49:29 AM. Cutlery and Kitchen Knives By Mathieu Auger. If you must store knives in a drawer, the best option I have found for storing knives in a drawer is a knife safe. These blade protectors prevent damage to both the blade and hands when storing knives in a drawer. Some two piece models snap over the blade while some are hinged and more like cases. Most are made of strong plastic and are dishwasher safe.
Published at Friday, October 26th 2018, 00:48:39 AM. Cutlery and Kitchen Knives By Mathieu Auger. Generally steel is considered stainless if it contains at least 12% Chromium. The amount of Chromium is a debatable point some say 10.5% is enough for a steel to be stainless but when looking at most better quality stainless steels 12% - 14% seems to be the norm. That said Chromium is not the only element crucial to here. The quality of a kitchen knife varies considerably with the type of steel that the knife is made from. Many knives that are simply called stainless contain virtually no Carbon. Carbon is the element that allows steel to be hardened, hard steel will hold an edge better than soft steel thus providing better edge holding. Low Carbon Stainless typically has less than 0.03% Carbon, these tends to be used on inexpensive kitchen knives and other kitchen cutlery. They do not hold a very good edge and require frequent sharpening. Some telltale signs are highly shinny blades, often they are very thin and flexible knives, and commonly have serrated blades such as those seen on a bread knife.
Published at Friday, October 26th 2018, 00:48:02 AM. Cutlery and Kitchen Knives By Hector Bethune. Ceramic knives are extremely hard wearing and are second only to diamonds in terms of hardness. Ceramic knives are astonishingly sharp and will not require home sharpening.
Published at Friday, October 26th 2018, 00:47:40 AM. Cutlery and Kitchen Knives By Nathan Tremblay. A good knife handle must be light, strong and be comfortable for the user to hold. These features provide a safe and efficient knife handle. The handle has two vertical pieces that cover the extension of the blade of the knife. (the part of the knife between the handle pieces is also called the tang....see below) Each of the two handle pieces has the same horizontal diameter. They cover the extension from the knife blade, which extends partially or completely the length of the handle. A quality kitchen knife tang runs the entire width and length of the handle and can be seen between the handle parts. Rivets hold the blade extension and the handle parts together.