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Shun Blue Kiritsuke | Sur La Table

Shun Blue Kiritsuke

The kiritsuke is a multipurpose traditional Japanese knife typically used by experienced chefs. Slicing, chopping, julienne, brunoise—a skilled cook can do just abo.

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A close look at the nakiri knife

The Best Nakiri Knife You Can Buy (2017 Update)

A good Nakiri knife can be complete joy to use in the kitchen, especially when precision work with vegetables is involved. In this top 5 best nakiri knife

Shun Classic Hollow Edge Santoku at Sur La Table

Shun Classic Hollow-Edge Santoku, 7"

Santoku means “three virtues” in Japanese, and this knife gets its name for the three strengths it demonstrates in the kitchen: cutting vegetables, thin-boned.

Wüsthof Classic 3 1/2" Paring Knife #williamssonoma

Wusthof Classic Paring Knife, 3 1/2"

The Wüsthof Classic paring knife. The second essential kitchen knife. I prefer the 3 inch version.

Knife Sharpeners | Williams Sonoma

Knife Sharpeners | Williams Sonoma

Wüsthof Classic 8" Über Chef's Knife

Blending high performance with sleek style, the aptly named Über chef's knife is a new breed of kitchen workhorse. Wüsthof has taken the traditional features of its most iconic blade – the Classic chef's knife – and reshaped …

Shun Hikari 7" Santoku Knife

Named Hikari, after the Japanese word for "illumination," this masterfully crafted, lightweight knife is distinguished by its stunning birch PakkaWood handle and "hornet's nest" pattern.

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There is no substitute for a good knife in the kitchen. My blade of choice is Shun Knives from Kershaw.