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The KitchenAid Knife Story!

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CUTLERY THAT’S A CUT ABOVE THE REST

Slice, dice, peel, and chop like a chef with cutlery options that are cut out for any culinary task.

 

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USE: Among the most versatile knives, this is the knife you’ll use daily for chopping, slicing, dicing and mincing.

 

 

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USE: This knife is used to slice cooked meats, poultry and fish. Its long, thin blade ensures you can cut large pieces of meat into neat, even and thin slices.

 

 

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USE: Smaller than a chef’s knife but larger than a paring knife, this versatile knife excels at everyday tasks, from cutting to slicing meat.

 

 

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 USE: This indispensable knife is handy for smaller precision tasks trimming and slicing small fruits and vegetables.

 

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USE: You’ll find myriad uses for kitchen shears, from trimming pastry dough and snipping herbs to cutting twine and parchment paper

 

 

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USE: Combing the features of a cleaver and a chef’ knife, this multipurpose knife minces, dices and slices.

 

 

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USE: Related to the paring knife is a curved blade known as a “tourne” knife, this short blade curves downward, but is not as exaggerated as a hook. It can be used to remove skins and blemishes from fruits or vegetables, and is used to make a specific cut called “tourne”, especially with root vegetables.

 

 

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USE: This narrow-bladed knife curves inward to give you precision control when you remove meat and poultry from the bone.

 

 

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USE: A fillet knife (also called a filleting knife) is a kitchen knife that gives good control and aids in filleting. It is a very flexible boning knife that is used to prepare fish. They have blades about 15 cm to 28 cm (6 – 11 inches) long, allowing them to move easily along the backbone and under the skin of fish.

 

 

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USE: This type of knife has a blade between 4 and 7 inches in length. It may look like a bread knife, but it’s shorter and sharper. It cuts cleanly through delicate fruits and vegetables without tearing them, and works well for small slicing jobs such as bagels or cutting sandwich fixings.

 

 

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USE:  Serrated bread knife cuts soft, fresh loaves without squashing or tearing. It’s also great for cutting tomatoes and citrus fruits.

 

 

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