Tag Archives: cutlery
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: Sharpening or honing your knives before each use is the professional way to treat one’s knives. The Edge Grip 2-Stage Knife Sharpener from Edgeware provides an easy and quick way to hone knives by providing the proper sharpening angle … Continue reading
What It Is: It’s not a yellow cocoon. Nor a yellow submarine. Called ZestN’est, this pseudo lemon half is a mini-grater with its own collection/storage shell.
What It Is: A unique KuhnRikon carbon-steel knife with an orange blade and green handle plus a sheath to protect the blade
Mandolins are wonderful manual slicing gadgets for getting uniform slices of fruits and vegetables. But like all sharp slicing tools, there is a safe way to use a mandolin. The reason to use a mandolin at home is it gives … Continue reading
What It Is: A manual, two-stage knife sharpener for European-style and serrated-edge knives in a portable, small hand-held device.
A julienne cut is a long rectangular shape with square ends used for firm foods such as potatoes, carrots, zucchini, squash, cheese, cooked meat, and fruits such as pears or apples. This precision cut makes for even cooking and a … Continue reading
The International Housewares Association recently announced the new product design winners for this year’s competition. These three products were singled out as “Best of the Best” from the winners in ”Best in Category” winners.