A good bread knife is a versatile blade that makes slicing loaves, tomatoes, and other foods a joyous exercise. But inferior ones create the opposite experience – mountains of crumbs, torn and ripped bread, or massive, uneven slices are all common results of blades with poor designs and cheap materials. Join us for a look at how these sawtooth sensations work, what types of serrations are best, how to sharpen them, and our recommendations for the models that give the best performance – and value!
Few things are as important for the home cook, or professional chef, than a good set of knives – they’re invaluable tools essential for the daily preparation of your meals. And while many cooking websites dismiss the idea of buying a set in favor of buying individual pieces, there’s nothing wrong with getting a good set. Providing you know what to look for. Read this guide to find out more now.
Need a premium and affordable knife? The Made In Chef’s Knife is a fully forged, nitrogen-treated knife manufactured in Thiers, France, also known as the knife capital of the world. With a full tang and sleek look, it is an essential cutlery piece to have in any kitchen. Read our review now on Foodal.
Don’t want to worry about sharpening your knives? You don’t have to, with the Sabatier Edgekeeper series. With self-sharpening knives, Sabatier ensures your cutlery stays sharp before and after every use, without you making too much of an effort. Find out how it works, and consider all your options, on Foodal now.