Maintaining Your Knife For Life

If I just forked over this much money for a quality knife to slice and dice veggies, I am gonna want to take the very best care of it that I can. So how do we do that? Here are a few tips… After each use wash your knife in warm, soapy water and dryContinue reading “Maintaining Your Knife For Life”

These Knives Made the Cut

So in my quest for the best knife to buy as far as veggies, which ones did I find worth considering… Cutco Vegetable Knife #1735 Blade…wide enough to easily move ingredients from the cutting board to the pan Blade Length…7-3/4″ Blade Material…410 High-Carbon, Stainless Steel Cost…$150 Edge…straight Engraving…available Guarantee…Cutco’s Forever Guarantee means that they willContinue reading “These Knives Made the Cut”

How to Choose Quality Kitchen Knives

The very first thing that you will need to do when sauteeing food is to chop whatever ingredients you are going to use into manageable, bite-size pieces. This will make them faster and easier only to cook, but will also make sure that the ingredients cook more evenly. Not only do you want your ingredients toContinue reading “How to Choose Quality Kitchen Knives”

Wood You Rather

If you don’t want to fork over the money for a good wood cutting board, or you like other surfaces instead of wood, there are many choices available. The main second choice would be plastic. There are both advantages and disadvantages of these boards. Advantages include… affordable are priced economically available in many sizes can beContinue reading “Wood You Rather”

On the Chopping Block

The first step in sauteeing your food is to cut whatever you’re going to saute into uniform, bite-size pieces… And unless you totally want to ruin both your countertops and your knives, it is very important to invest in a decent cutting board. As you are shopping for your new cutting board, it is importantContinue reading “On the Chopping Block”