Tuesday, May 18, 2010
Get Yourself a Good Knife
I can't tell you how important is a good knife to cooking. One can't truly understand what I mean until he uses a good knife. I'm talking a whole, new world. If your knife dents herbs rather than chopping right through them, you don't have a good knife. If your knife could be included in a table setting as a steak knife, you don't have a good knife. Currently, my everyday knife is the Global 8" Chef's Knife. I use it for everything. You could survive with just one good knife, but it's also key to have a decent serrated knife (although it gets used much less in a life without baguettes and tomatoes) and a paring knife.