Knives (Inexpensive Utility)

Knives (inexpensive utility) ones are just as effective in everyday kitchen use as the expensive ones. See more about them below.

Knives (Inexpensive Utility)

Knives (Inexpensive Utility)

More About Knives (Inexpensive Utility):

Really good knives can cost a lot of money, and they are not really necessary for the average person to use when cooking for one’s self or family.  There are plenty of good knives sold in discount department and specialty stores that will adequately serve the needs of most people, though we must caution not to buy the really cheap ones that don’t hold an edge or that have blades that are too flexible. We suggest buying a bread knife, a curved grapefruit/utility knife, and several general purpose knives.  There are also some really nice reasonably priced knives that are sold in sets for a variety of uses.

We have been using these inexpensive, but good knives in our kitchen for over 60 years, and they do everything we need.

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Some background information:

Over the years we have found that a surprising number of people really don’t know how to cook. So, by including a list of cooking utensils and equipment that we use in preparing each recipe. This helps other people plan what they will need to prepare that specific recipe. Additionally, we are including a description and photo of each utensil or piece of equipment. This also helps beginners know something more about each cooking utensil or piece of equipment. This also helps people build a kitchen inventory of things they will need to prepare almost any meal. And, if anyone needs anything else, all they have to do is ask. We will try to find what they need and post it here with the other things.

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