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11. 22. 2006

Cool Thai Knives for your kitchen


Two knives from templeofthai.com have been featured in the New York Times Style section. The Fruit Carving Knife has an organically-shaped wood handle, and an extremely sharp one-sided blade that is great for preparing fresh fruits.

The second knife is a little more wacky, and aptly named the Kom Kom Miracle Zig Zag Knife. Like a Swiss army knife for fruits and vegetables, the handle can core apples and julienne papayas. Then, you can rotate the blade to carve and peel.

The Fruit Carving Knife retails for $25.00 and the Miracle Knife Zig Zag sells for $13.95.

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That's a really cool looking product. I know knives are among the most important tool one needs in the kitchen. They are definately near the top of the list. I'm not a professional cook by any means, but even I noticed the difference after I upgraded to a more sturdy set of cooking knives. I had for years simply used the various collection of odd knives inside my silverware drawer for most all cooking tasks. Then about 4 Christmas's ago, my cousin gave me a very nice set with a block sheath for a present. They stay much sharper, and I now have the luxury of having different knives designed specifically for different kinds of jobs. If I want to Julien some vegetables, I now have a knife made especially for that. If I want to filet a fish or hollow out a tomato, I have individual knives for that. Since I didn't buy my own set, and don't know for sure how nice it is compared to others, I'm not sure what kind of prices the top of line sets might run. I have seen sets that appeared to be similar to mine going for reasonable prices in most department and kitchenware stores. There are probably even better deals available online. Here is a good article that touches on some of the basics in what to look for when purchasing a set of knives. Hopefully it will be of use to anyone out there reading this. Happy carving lol!

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