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Food Knives

Food Knives

Whether you're peeling an eggplant, dicing an onion, deboning a fish, cleaving through bone, or slicing bread, these kitchen tools help you work more efficiently and reduce food scrap waste.

Chef's Knives

Also known as cook's knives, chef's knives can chop, slice, dice, and mince fruits and vegetables and slice and disjoint meat and poultry. The curved, wide blade cuts with a rocking motion and can be used to transfer ingredients instead of hands to help avoid contamination. The blade is thicker at the spine to provide support and balance, and a finger guard improves grip stability and keeps hands from slipping toward the blade. Choose a longer blade for faster cutting and a shorter blade for more control.

Straight Blade

Boning Knives

A sharp point and a curved blade give you precise control as you remove the bones from meat. Boning knives with stiffer blades work well for cutting through beef, pork, and heartier meats, and more flexible blades work best for fish and poultry.

Straight Blade

Curved Blade

Bread Knives

The long, thick blades and deep serrations on these bread knives cut easily through crusty or soft breads without squashing or tearing the loaf. Some bread knives have offset handles to keep the operator's knuckles from touching the cutting surface during slicing.

Straight Blade

Offset Blade

Carving Knives

With a long, thin blade, carving knives cut smoothly through hams, roasts, and other large pieces of meat without tearing. Some carving knives have a Granton edge with rippled grooves on the side of the blade that capture fat and juice from the meat to help lubricate the blade and prevent the meat from shredding or sticking to the knife.

Straight Blade

Offset Blade

Curved Blade

Cleavers

Cut through meats and vegetables in a single chop with these rectangular cleavers. Designed to be swung like a hammer, cleavers have a sturdy blade that can also be used for crushing garlic and transferring chopped items to a bowl or pan to prevent contamination from hands. Lightweight cleavers are ideal for chopping, dicing, or mincing vegetables. Heavier cleavers can cut through thinner cuts of meat, small poultry bones, and firm vegetables like squash. Cleavers are not recommended for cutting through large or very thick bones; instead, a bone saw should be used.

Straight Blade

Filet Knives

Slice through delicate fish and quickly remove skin and small bones with these razor-sharp, flexible knives. Designed for very precise cutting, fillet knives can make thin, even slices in all types of fish with little waste.

Straight Blade

Curved Blade

Paring Knives

These small knives provide good control for delicate food prep work such as peeling fruits and vegetables, cleaning shrimp, skinning and removing seeds from peppers and mushrooms, or making thin slices of garlic or shallot. They can also be used for shaping and trimming food, cutting vents and scoring designs into dough, and preparing decorative garnishes.

Straight Blade

Curved Blade

Pizza Knives

Quickly cut even, neat slices in pizza with these specialized cutters. Pizza knives, sometimes called mezzalunas, have a large, curved blade that is pushed into the pizza and rocked back and forth to cut it. The operator's hands grip the top of the knife at both sides and do not touch the surface of the pizza, so there is minimal risk of contamination. Pizza knives can also be used to chop herbs and small vegetables like chili peppers.

Curved Blade

Santoku Knives

Lighter and shorter than a standard chef's knife, santoku knives can be used for slicing, dicing, and mincing fruits, vegetables, and cuts of meat. Santoku knives have a sheepsfoot tip that curves inward and cuts with less of a rocking motion than a standard chef's knife. Some santoku knives have a granton edge with hollow, scalloped grooves on the sides of the blade that help keep food from sticking to the blade during use.

Straight Blade

Seafood Knives

Pry open shells on clams and oysters and remove the meat inside with these small, sturdy knives. They may have a blunt or pointed tip, and the blade may be slightly curved for scooping out shellfish meat.

Straight Blade

Utility Knives

When a chef's knife is too large and a paring knife is too small for the task at hand, choose one of these multipurpose utility knives. Ideal for food preparation tasks such as slicing meat and cutting vegetables, some utility knives have serrated edges for sawing through bread or tough rinds.

Straight Blade

Knife Sets

Keep your kitchen stocked with the knives you need for everyday food preparation tasks. Sets contain multiple knives to suit a range of cutting needs. Some sets come with a block that sits on a counter or table for storage and easy access, and some come with a fabric roll for storing and carrying the knives.

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With Roll

With Block