JOSIE + NINA

3 Knives Every Kitchen Needs

The feel The size The balance The blade The care

THINGS TO LOOK FOR IN A GOOD KITCHEN KNIFE

The Chef's Knife

Call on the chef's knife for the bulk of your chopping work and meal prep. Usually 6-8" in length, a good chef's knife should be balanced and feel good in your hand.

Budget

$50-200

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A good knife should FEEL good in your hand, be the right SIZE, and be BALANCED in weight from middle.

THINGS TO LOOK FOR IN A GOOD KITCHEN KNIFE

The Paring Knife

Small but mighty, a good paring knife takes care of well.."small" jobs like peeling fruits/veggies, making delicate slits in pies, slicing garlic and more. Usually 3-3 1/2" long.

Budget

$10-65

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A good knife should have a BLADE that runs through the handle (full tang) and have CARE directions you can live with.

THINGS TO LOOK FOR IN A GOOD KITCHEN KNIFE

The Utility Knife

The name says it all: the utility knife is so useful. With a small serrated edge, this is your BFF for tomatoes or anything with a delicate skin

Budget

$50-100

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Never put your knives in the dishwasher as you run the risk of dulling the blade.

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I believe that you can make great Italian food simply at home with fresh ingredients without spending hours. Grab a seat at the table!