Serrated knives are essential in any kitchen when it comes to cutting difficult foods. The sharp, saw-toothed edges allow for a clean and easy slice through the tender center of a tomato or the tough crust on a loaf of bread without the compression a regular knife would deliver.
Of all of the knives you’ll come across in a kitchen, chef knives are the most versatile. They can be used for a variety of cooking purposes like slicing vegetables, finely chopping herbs, and deboning meats.
The Nakiri knife is perfect for precision slicing. The thin, cleaver-shaped blade glides easily through meat or vegetables leaving you with uniform cuts each time.
With half of the size of the chef’s knife, yet the same amount of durability, the utility knife is the perfect for everything from chopping to mincing to deboning. Think of it as the chef knife’s younger, more versatile little brother.
Don’t let the small size of our paring knife fool you, it’s power in the kitchen is crucial for cuts that require precision and control. It can be used for trimming, garnishing, peeling, and cutting produce when the blade of the chef’s knife is too big to accurately get the job done.