“ As beautiful as it is useful.”- New York Times
“Makes me feel like I can achieve anything.”- Chef Alex Guarnaschelli
“My best friend in the kitchen.”- Hunter Lewis, Cooking Light
“Razor sharp and gorgeous.”- Forbes
“Knife Art”- Fine Cooking
The 2.0 Gift Set in Rustic Ironwood
Not sure what to get that foodie friend or family member who's up on all the latest tools and trends? Look no further, we've got the perfect, fail-proof gift set. These two knives are a work-horse kitchen duo that also make any charcuterie board look worthy of a glossy food magazine.
The ultimate kitchen utility knife. This classic Japanese blade shape works great as a peeling, paring, boning and carving knife for vegetables, fruits, herbs and other delicate work while also taking on some of the slicing and dicing jobs of a large chef knife when you don't want to switch back and forth. This popular knife was described by Bon Appetit as "the perfect balance of power and grace."
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Our paring knife has a modified "Drop Point Design" which results in a more "forgiving" knife that doesn't get stuck when, coring an apple or removing the eyes of a potato. Once you get used to this unique shape, you'll love it and never want to use another paring knife. The broad belly and generous curve are particularly perfect for those who tend to use a paring knife for everything. Though the blade is small, the handle is ample- giving the blade a firm agility in the hand.
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Each chef knife comes in an embossed leather sheath.
What our Friends are Saying:
New York Times - "As beautiful as it is useful"
Bon Appetit - "The handles dazzle while the ultra-sharp blades take care of business."
Forbes - "Razor sharp and gorgeous"
Bon Appetit - "We find ourselves reaching for a petty knife as much as, if not more often than, the beloved chef’s knife."
Food In Jars - "It is the knife I'd been hoping for."