The Produce Set
You've got this. We don't even care if you are following a recipe, this combination of knives can do it all. Easily manage in-hand tasks like coring wild strawberries, dissecting artichokes, and detailing knobby potatoes, get the big stuff done too. Julienne fennel, cucumber, zucchini, cabbage ... we mean it, these two blades will slice everything in the produce isle.
The Teton Edge Santoku
The chef knife for any home or professional kitchen. A full size chef knife that is lightweight and agile with a broad enough blade for scooping food from the cutting board. Unlike other brands, New West's Santoku features a generous curve to accommodate chopping. The “Teton Edge” replaces the traditional santoku “dimples” with an etched semblance of the Teton Mountain range. As with the dimples, the etching helps the blade slice smoothly through food without sticking- but the Teton Edge does it even better. New West's Santoku is a NY Magazine "Best Bet", a pick of Saveur 100, and a favorite of Iron Chef, Alex Guarnaschelli, who said the Santoku "makes me feel like I can achieve anything."
The Mini Paring: A kitchen scalpel.
This small chef knife works large miracles on delicate jobs. Ideal for hand held work, the extra small blade and ample handle master the nitty gritty of fine details. Great for coring, peeling and decorative work on fruits and vegetables, as well as all the subtle touches in fine recipes.
G-Fusion: America’s Best
Like cooking, making knives depends on using the best ingredients. The G-Fusion line features the highest performing knife steel on the market- S35VN “Powder Metal” steel. This high carbon, alloyed steel has it all: elite sharpness, toughness, edge-holding, stain resistance, and sharpenability. G-Fusion handles are made with G10: an aerospace-grade, fiberglass epoxy composite material that is virtually bomb-proof. New West developed unique G10 color palettes to enhance the beauty of the tool and inspire kitchen creativity.
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