Category Archives: Cutlery
What It Is: Lovers of crusty, Euro-style breads, take notice. Simply put, this is the better bread knife. The Classic Double Serrated Bread Knife from premier German knife maker Wusthof is newly designed to make for easier, cleaner, more versatile … Continue reading
What It Is: Pumpkin season has arrived. Time to tap into your inner creative gene and carve your Halloween Jack ‘O”Lantern. The Messermeister Pumpkin Carving Kit will make easy work of sculpting and decorating a friendly or scary pumpkin masterpiece. … Continue reading
What It Is: This 3-inch device by Kuhn Rikon tackles two tasks in one–hulling and slicing strawberries. Why We Like It: Resembling a small pocket knife, this clever gadget performs both jobs very well. One end houses a ridged scoop … Continue reading
What It Is: A lightweight, food-safe plastic, angled knife with a serrated blade that is designed to evenly cut lettuce while preventing the cut edges from browning.
What It Is: A unique KuhnRikon carbon-steel knife with an orange blade and green handle plus a sheath to protect the blade
Zwilling J.A. Henckels Complete Book of Knife Skills: The Essential Guide to Use, Technique & Care by Keffrey Elliot and James DeWan We all know cooks who love to read everything on a specific topic. They research fully the info … Continue reading
What It Is: A large, extra-long (11-inch) knife with a microserrated blade specially designed to cut through tough melon rind and cleanly slice the juicy, delicate flesh.
What It Is: A specially designed serrated knife for slicing tomatoes and other soft fruits.
GadgetGals spied these fun new grilling tools at the 2010 Housewares Show in Chicago. The products are so new we’ve not been able to get them in for testing yet. But they are made by companies with outstanding reputations for … Continue reading
Many of you know firsthand that a good knife is a cook’s best and perhaps most important asset. Little wonder that one of the most frequent questions GadgetGals is asked is, “What kind of knives should I buy?”