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Sometimes one knife isn't enough. One of the most popular questions we get at the shop is, " How many knives do I need?" Everyone is different in there cooking preference, experience, and comfort level. We want to make you a better chef, so we grouped a certain knives to create New West KnifeWorks Suggested Sets. Whether you are starting your journey to becoming a great home chef or looking for the perfect housewarming or wedding gift, there is a New West set for every budget.
Three knives gives you versatility like never before. This set consists of our three most popular knives: the Santoku, Petty, and Paring knives. Chop, slice, dice, bone, pare, and core with this set. You'll never look back. We promise!
The Santoku is a traditional Japanese knife that is one of the hottest designs out there. A jack-of-all-trades, the Santoku is a chef knife for any home or professional kitchen. The dimple grinds on the knife blade make it easier to slice meats and vegetables paper thin without tearing them. They also keep food from sticking to the side of the blade.
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The Petty is the ultimate kitchen utility knife. Hard-won wisdom is that if you're trying to survive in the kitchen, you really only need two kitchen knives - a paring knife and a chef knife. Our G-Fusion Petty utility knife challenges that notion. This classic Japanese blade shape works great as a peeling, paring, boning and carving knife for vegetables, fruits, herbs and other delicate work. However, it will also take on some of the slicing and dicing jobs of a large chef knife. Professional chefs swear by its versatility.
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Our Paring Knife is the only one you will ever need (even for those die-hard who won't use anything else). Unlike many paring knives which are very pointy and dig into fruit and vegetables, our G-Fusion Paring knife has a modified Drop Point Design. This results in a more forgiving knife when you are coring an apple or removing the eyes from potatoes. Once you get used to this unique shape, you will love it. But don't assume that just because the blade is small, the handle should be dinky too. Our paring knife handle is a full four inches, which lends it firm agility in the hand.
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Sometimes three knives just won't cut it. We know! That is why we also have created a Four Piece Set to handle any and all occasions.
Don't want these beautiful knives languishing in the depths of your cutlery drawer? Check out our hardwood knife Magnets.