Like most things, knives need to be treated with respect so that they can perform in the best way possible.
As with all wooden kitchen utensils- spoons, blocks, bowls, etc- wooden chopping boards will eventually crack if not maintained properly.
Whether you’ve found a knife in one of your old toolboxes or accidentally left your favourite non stainless kitchen knife in
Japanese whetstones (also called water stones) – both natural and synthetic – are known for their quick-working qualities, not only
Living in a fast-paced environment makes us look at the cooking almost as a chore. And it shouldn’t be this
Today we’ll answer one of the most daunting questions – Do magnetic knife holders, also known as racks, damage knives?
To understand sharpness you must first understand the definition of an edge. An edge is the line of intersection of
Are you ruining your Japanese knives? Like most high-quality equipment, these knives need a little love and care. When sharing