The Best Chef’s Knives

Written in 2024
by Adam

    If you are not very experienced in the kitchen then you may not know what a chef’s knife is and what its purpose is. One of the chef knife’s best features is how multipurpose it is and it is mostly used for slicing, cutting, and chopping. They have a gently curved blade that aids the rocking motion most chef’s employ when prepping a meal.

    We have composed a list of some of the best chef’s knives available to you so that you don’t have to!

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    Edge of Belgravia Galatine Chef's Knife
    This chef's knife employs a one-piece design, however, this certainly doesn't mean that there has been any compromise on comfort. The 19cm blade is black-coated making it especially striking and it can cut through fish, meat, smaller vegetables, and fruit with ease. When cutting larger vegetables such as swede you may encounter some more problems due to the larger width at the end of the blade. All in all, this is a great option if you are looking for a budget chef's knife.

    Global 7 inch Hollow Ground Santoku Knife G 80
    Global knives have always been extremely light, thin, and sharp, that's everything you want in a knife covered already! Just like the MAC, these knives would also be described as hybrids. Made using high-quality stainless steel, this knife is stunningly modern in both design and practicality. It looks like it's made of one piece of steel but in actuality, it is three, one for the blade and one for each half of the handle. Speaking of the handle the pebbled grip is very effective and not at all slippery. This is a great knife that maintains its sharp edge brilliantly.

    All of these knives are excellent options, it’s all about finding out which one suits you the best, depending on your budget, what you look for in a knife, and what you will be using it for.

    Last update on 2023-10-24 / Affiliate links / Images from Amazon Product Advertising API

    Written by Adam

    Adam is the creator of the SmokeGuys website, running it since 2016. Hater of coriander, lover of all things meat... Adam currently works in marketing with a dream of being able to make food his full-time 'job' in the longer term.

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