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Portland by Taylor's Eye Witness Bread Knife - Professional 20cm/8 inch Serrated Cutting Edge. Precision Taper Ground Blade. Stainless Steel Walnut Wood Effect Handle. 10 Year Guarantee.

Portland by Taylor's Eye Witness Bread Knife - Professional 20cm/8 inch Serrated Cutting Edge. Precision Taper Ground Blade. Stainless Steel Walnut Wood Effect Handle. 10 Year Guarantee.

Introducing the NEW Portland Walnut collection by Taylor's Eye Witness. This knife set features stainless steel blades with a stylish walnut colour handle. The collection includes a chef's knife, all-purpose knife, carving knife, paring knife, bread knife, 7" Santoku knife and 5" Santoku knife. The modern chef's knife is a multi-purpose knife designed to perform well at many different kitchen tasks, rather than excelling at any one in particular. It can be used for mincing, slicing, and chopping vegetables, slicing meat, and disjointing large cuts. The all-purpose or utility knife is the perfect accompaniment to the chef's knife for multiple slicing and chopping tasks, but allowing for finer work, making shallow cuts and incisions and for any cutting where greater control over a small area is required. More specialised in its use, a carving knife is often a little longer than a chef's knife, but far narrower, and without the chef's knife's customary curve. It is used primarily, as the name suggests, for carving meat, particularly roasts. The shape of the straight blade makes it easier to create precise, thin slices of meat, even when slicing at the table. The paring knife is ideal for peeling and other small or intricate work such as de-veining a shrimp, removing the seeds from a jalapeño, 'skinning' or cutting small garnishes. The bread knife's serrated blade is long and straight to allow for even and precise slicing. It is also ideal for slicing soft fruit or vegetables where you want to avoid squashing. The Santoku knife is a popular variation to the chef's knife, often referred to as a 'Japanese chef's knife'. 'Santoku' means '3 good things' - cutting, slicing and mincing. Designed with a Granton (dimpled) blade to prevent food sticking and to allow for more efficient slicing.

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