Which is Your Favourite Knife And Why

There are many different types of kitchen knives, and not all are worth the same. You need to get the right kitchen knife for the job you are doing otherwise you risk damaging the blade or yourself. Here is a blog on #knife that will look at the different types of kitchen knives and what you should look out for.

The kitchen is the most important room in the house. It makes up the largest part of our home, and probably has the biggest impact on our lives. Yet, many of us don’t really care what goes on in there. Too many of us don’t bother to learn any basic cooking skills.

We just think “I have a knife, that’s good enough”. And that’s not good enough. Learning how to cook isn’t just about living longer and avoiding heart disease. It’s about improving your life. It makes you a more interesting person.

Everyone has a favourite knife, whether it’s the one their mum gave them or the one that they buy from the supermarket. That’s because everyone has a different reason why they love it. This blog looks at the favourite knives of our different writers and why they love them so much.

As a Chef and a passionate cook, I have an array of knives at my disposal ranging from my trusty Victorinox full-tang slim paring knife, standard chef’s knife, a 6 inch utility knife and a few specialty knives like the Santoku, and a filleting knife. The question is, which is my all time favourite knife?

In this blog we are going to discuss some of the best knives to have in your kitchen. These knives will make your cooking experience better and make chopping up food easier. The first thing you should know is that there are different types of knives and each one does a different job.

The history of the knife is as old as humanity itself. For almost as long as there has been a human race, there has been some form of knife, used for any number of purposes. Here, we look at the development of knives and what popular knife designs are most effective and why.

Knife cuts are fundamental to making fine food, but how do you choose the right type of knife? As good as the best chef’s knife may be, it is only as useful as the skill of the person wielding it. There are four basic types of cut (push, pull, shear and rock) and they all have their own unique qualities. I won’t go much into the theory, but I hope to give an overview of each, and a few examples of how they might be used.

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