The Jamies Chef Knife Review:
Jamie Oliver’s knives are not only some of the most expensive knives in the world, but they are also among the best quality. They have been used by chefs all over the world. These are not just ordinary kitchen tools; these are high end kitchen appliances with cutting edge that is sharp enough to cut through bone and meat without causing harm to your hand or fingers.
JAMIE OLIVER’S COOKING KNIVES
THE JAMIES CHEF KITCHEN KNIFE
The first thing that you need to know about the chef knife is that it is made from stainless steel. Stainless steel is a very strong material that will not rust even if exposed to water and salt air for long periods of time.
In addition, the blade is held together by two screws which are easily removed. This allows you to change out the knife and keep it sharpened at all times. You can also sharpen it yourself using a stone or metal file. If you do not want to do this, then you can buy one of those professional knives like those from Wusthof (see below).
There are several different types of chef knives available including flat blades, serrated blades and pointed blades. Be sure to pick one that feels comfortable in your hand and that you will use.
The chef knife is great for chopping. You can cut up a whole chicken with it or chop vegetables. With the right technique, you can easily quarter a butternut squash in about a minute. You may want to get an additional knife if you are going to be cutting up whole chickens and other birds because the tip can go dull fairly quickly.
Sources & references used in this article:
- Jamie Oliver Improves Huntington, W. Va.’s Eating Habits (J Black – Washington Post, 2010 – foodpolitics.com)
- Sex, Knives and Bouillabaisse [Book Review] (P Fromm – Wet Ink, 2008 – search.informit.com.au)
- Eat your peas: A recipe for culture change (R von Post – Strategy+ Business, 2011 – gmdconsulting.eu)
- Dinner Ladies and Junk Food Mums: Gender, Class and the Battleground of School Meals (J Pike, P Kelly – The Moral Geographies of Children, Young People and …, 2014 – Springer)