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Best Six-Inch Chef's Knives (Top 3 Recommendations) - Culinary Arts
Good chef's knives don't have to be long. Sometimes a shorter knife is better, especially for beginning cooks. Here's a list of the best 6-inch chef's knives.
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Chef's Knives & Cutlery - Culinary Arts - About.com
Get the lowdown on chef's knives, paring knives, boning knives and more. If you can use it for slicing, dicing or chopping, here's where you'll find out about it!
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The Anatomy of a Chef's Knife - Overview - Culinary Arts - About.com
The best knives are forged from a single piece of steel that runs the entire length of the knife. Read on for a quick tutorial on the various parts of a chef's knife, ...
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The Best Chef Knives - Gourmet Food - About.com
Every cook needs a good knife. It's the one thing you can't do without in the kitchen. If you can only have one good knife, a chef's knife is what you want. The chef ...
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Chef's Knife: The Blade - Culinary Arts - About.com
The best chef's knives are made of high-carbon stainless steel, a very hard metal that keeps its edge and won't discolor or rust like ordinary carbon steel.
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Chef's Knife: The Handle - Culinary Arts - About.com
Chef's knife handles are made of wood, plastic, rubber or composite materials. You're going to have ... Culinary Arts Tools & Equipment · Chef's Knives & Cutlery  ...
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How to Sharpen a Kitchen Knife - Sharpening & Honing - Culinary Arts
Sharpening your chef's knife, and keeping it sharp, will make cooking easier and safer. Learn how ... Culinary Arts Tools & Equipment · Chef's Knives & Cutlery ...
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Review: Victorinox Swiss Classic Chef's Knife - Cooking Equipment
While the knife is categorized as a straight edge, it does have a very slight curve to it, but less so than the chef's knives from, say, Wusthof or Henckels. If you're ...
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How To Sharpen a Knife With a Whetstone - Culinary Arts - About.com
A whetstone is the best way to sharpen a chef's knife or kitchen knife. Using a whetstone takes some ... Culinary Arts Tools & Equipment · Chef's Knives & Cutlery ...
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Chef's Knife: The Tang - Culinary Arts - About.com
Chef's Knife Tang. As mentioned earlier, the best knives are forged from a single piece of steel that runs the entire length of the knife. That means the steel ...
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