This month’s Sharp Pick is the recently introduced Wusthof Panini Knife. The knife features a sharp, serrated edge that is perfect for slicing through toasted breads while protecting the delicious meat inside. Like other Wusthof knives, it is forged from a single piece of steel and has in incredibly sharp, long lasting edge. The slightly off-set handle is designed to protect knuckles and provides optimal leverage during use. Available in Classic and Classic Ikon (shown) styles, you save $10 on the retail price of in the month of October.
Wusthof Sharp Picks
Today we’re introducing our Wusthof Sharp Picks feature, which will profile special prices on select Wusthof knives for the month. A great way to introduce this new feature is with the Wusthof Tomato knife.
If you’ve ever used a paring knife to slice a tomato, you know how sometimes you can end up squishing it a bit while trying to get the blade to pierce the skin. It’s not that the knife is dull, one assumes, but that skin is a little tough to get through. [Read more…] about Wusthof Tomato Knife – Wusthof’s Sharp Pick for September
Every year there is some new gimmick knife that is supposed to replace all others. For my money, I prefer the Wusthof Classic Ikon 8 inch Chef’s knife. Why this particular knife? There are SO many reasons this is THE knife for me. First off it is truly an icon, truly classic in appearance. The lines are elegant and engaging. This knife will add to the aesthetics of any kitchen contemporary or traditional in design. [Read more…] about Wusthof Classic Ikon 8 inch Chef’s Knife