Top 3 Knife sets you should have
There is no cog more important than knife for a household cook. There is not much you can do without a knife in your kitchen. With years of experience in cooking, and using whole new sets every now and then, I think I have finally found the right combination. I am going to share with you the best knife sets that you should have in your kitchen.
The Henckels Twin Pro S “8” Knife Set
I have an obsession with Zwilling J A Henckels and it’s because of the quality artwork that they provide. Being in the business for over 200 years, they know exactly how a knife should be. This 8 inch knife set with welded handle and extremely sharp blade is recommended for cleaning and slicing vegetables, meat, bread and fruits etc. The limited time guarantee and very affordable price (around $350) makes it a complete heartthrob. This is a jack of all trade knife; you can virtually do anything with it. That’s why! It has been my top preference since years.
Global 7 Piece Knife Block Set
If you are looking for not just usefulness but also elegance then this is your good to go knife set. This 5 piece Japanese set is good for both professionals and beginners alike. Extremely lightweight with hollow handles, sleek shape and with a ice-hardened stainless steel, this can be a very useful and stylish addition to your kitchen cutlery. This set is a collection of Cook, vegetable, paring, utility and Santoku knives. The price is also very affordable at around $400
Lakeland Fully Forged Knife Block,
Now if you are looking for something that is well within your budget then this Lakeland product is for you. Listed at a very meager price of £68, this five set riveted handle knife set could really make your day. This has been my pick for years whenever there were budget constraints. The carbon stainless forged steel is excellent for garnishing, cleaning vegetables and skinning fruits etc.