April 15, 2009
This looks like a great way to cut pizza without messing up the toppings. This stainless steel knife ensures that cuts will be straight and complete. The handle has a polypropylene grip. The blade is 14 inches long, and the knife is dishwasher safe.
At LamsonSharp Stainless Steel Pizza Rocker Knife
October 27, 2008
Looking for a high tech solution for an age old problem can lead you down lots of paths, but we always love when it lead to UV-C rays. Okay - we prefer lasers, but this knife block uses safe UV-C light--the same technology used in hospitals to kill surface bacteria on instruments--to eliminate 99.99% of food bacteria and viruses from cutlery in 20 seconds. The ultraviolet bulb sanitizes knives up to 8 3/4" long from tip to bolster, killing pathogens like salmonella, listeria, and staphylococcus to help prevent cross contamination and food-borne illness. Simply rinse the knives and place them in the block; the heat from the bulb dries knives as they are sterilized.
Via Coolest Gadgets at Hammacher
September 2, 2008
We've been using this Forged Santoku knife with non-stick coating for just over a week now, and we think it's truly a kitchen knife wonder. If you're looking to slice vegetables, meat, and even cake - this is the knife for you. We also love the knife sheath, not only for safe storage, but for travel. We brought this knife with us safely this past week on our yearly trip to Martha's Vineyard.
This is but one knife in a series of new knives from Kuhn Rikon that has a sheath, non-stick coating, and is made out of a fully forged German steel blade.
- ultra-sharp, fully forged, premium quality German steel blade
- nonstick coating and indents on blade prevent food from clinging
- protective sheath for storing drawer or clipping to tool bar
- great for cutting, dicing or thinly slicing vegetables
- slicing through boneless meats
At Kuhn Rikon Switzerland
July 7, 2008
This bread knife is made of a high-quality serrated carbon steel blade with a non-stick color coating, and over the past two weeks has treated us well. We thought, "Do we really need a dedicated bread knife?" The answer is yes. It cuts cleanly through thick-crusted breads, bagels, and more. The best part is the sheath so you can store the knife and not worry about getting
At Kuhn Rikon and Kuhn Rikon Bread Knife - Non-stick and Colorful
April 21, 2008
This sturdy and spongy universal knife block holds any-size knife at any angle—so no more trying to find the right-size slots when you're cooking. Encased in a stainless steel housing, the tubular design adds a contemporary look to your countertop as well. There is even a lower, smaller tier which is designed to hold your steak knives.
At Kapoosh Stainless Steel Universal Knife Block
March 13, 2008
How to get even with your food? Sic this knife on it. This stainless steel paring knife has eyes and a mouth painted on the blade, so that it looks like a shark.
At Shark Knife
February 25, 2008
These knife blocks are really cool. They are filled with bamboo skewers, so your knives will fit anywhere in the block. It comes in three sizes and four colors.
At Mikoto Knife Block
December 21, 2007
This genius, all-purpose utility knife features a combination straight-scalloped blade that slices through anything from soft-skinned tomatoes to the toughest sourdough without crushing the crust or tearing the interior. A slicer and a bread knife, the U2 also has a blunt tip designed to be a spreader, so it's great for making sandwiches.
Via Uncrate at Shun U2 - The Ultimate Kitchen Utility Knife
December 18, 2007
How bad ass will you be when you take these knives out at your next dinner party? All these knives come in one compact (we're pretty sure very heavy) custom fit case.
The Friedr Dick Plaza Kist includes the following: Fillet knife 7 inch blade, slicer 8 inch blade, chef's knife 10 inch blade, pastry knife with serrated 10 inch blade, spatula 9 inch, paring knife 2.5 inch blade, kntchen knife 4 inch blade, decorating knife 4 inch blade, boning knife 5 inch blade, kitchen fork 7 inch blade, sharpening steel 10 inch round, lemon grater, parisian scoop, container for needles, larding needle 8 inch with flap, larding needle 8 inch, and a lacing needle 7 inch.
At Friedr Dick Plaza Chef's Knife Set
December 17, 2007
A Mezzaluna is a chopping instrument consisting of a single or double curved blade with a handle on each end. They are often used for chopping herbs. Mezzaluna is the Italian name - meaning Half Moon after the rough shape of the blade. We use one all the time for garlic and other herbs like rosemary. This one has a really nice holster it fits into, and should help avoid cutting yourself when you pick it up from the drawer in your kitchen. The end of it also looks designed to scrape the cut up herbs into a bowl or dish for cooking.
At KitchenAid Mezzaluna