Published at Thursday, November 01st 2018, 23:44:48 PM. Cutlery & Kitchen Knives By Hector Bethune. Among the vast range of cutlery items available, knives have a prominent position. As they come into frequent use in the kitchen, it is essential that you have good cutting knives. The best kitchen knives are found in makes of stainless steel, ceramic, carbon steel and more. Among them, plastic knives are the most preferred ones in food service stations, as they make the cutting and slicing process simpler, and reduce the risk of accidents. Knives are presently available in a variety of names including butter knife, bread knife, chef's knife, utility knife and more, according to the purpose for which they are used.
Published at Thursday, November 01st 2018, 23:44:33 PM. Cutlery & Kitchen Knives By Mathieu Auger. Knife blocks are a very popular way to store kitchen knives. If you buy a knife set, storage blocks are often included. You can also buy stand alone knife blocks in various sizes. Knife blocks provide safety and convenience, but they take up counter space and can be difficult to clean when necessary. It is important to make sure your knives are clean and dry before you store them in a block. Moisture, dirt and food particles can get stuck in the slots and cleaning the slots is not usually easy though a can of compressed air can help.
Published at Thursday, November 01st 2018, 23:44:18 PM. Cutlery & Kitchen Knives By Nicolas Gallois. We did buy this knife just to see if what the man had said was true. He did not exaggerate. We were hooked. Being lightweight is one thing but the balance of this knife was superb. The design is sleek and modern in appearance but filled with the Japanese tradition of making some of the world's best cutting steel.
Published at Thursday, November 01st 2018, 23:44:11 PM. Cutlery & Kitchen Knives By Nathan Tremblay. First of all, these are lightweight. When I first picked up the "Deba" blade, I was surprised and a little taken back. These were knives that the knife shop had displayed behind glass in a locked cabinet, so I was expecting a different feel. The shop owner laughed and said most people were surprised when they first handled a Global knife, but soon got spoiled and would not use anything else.
Published at Wednesday, October 31st 2018, 06:45:04 AM. Cutlery & Kitchen Knives By Fanny Jauffret. Today hotels, restaurants and other food service stations treasure a vast collection of kitchen knives and cutlery for daily use. When buying kitchen knives and other cutlery for your regular use in the kitchen, it is important to get quality products. Today's best selling models are from the manufacturers, Georgia Pacific Dixie, Generations, Maryland Plastics, Boardwalk cutlery and Comet Waddington. You can buy their products at economical rates from wholesale dealers.
Published at Wednesday, October 31st 2018, 06:44:56 AM. Cutlery & 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 Wednesday, October 31st 2018, 06:44:46 AM. Cutlery & 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.