Forged vs Stamped Knives

So what exactly is the difference between a Stamped of Forged knife? The difference is in the making process. Forged Knives are hand made through a process of extreme heat and hand moulding. Each forged knife is carefully and hand crafted with extreme detail. The tang’s of the knife merges into the handle and is… Continue reading Forged vs Stamped Knives

Wusthof Grand Prix Review

Wusthof-Trident, one of the main leaders in the cutlery industry, has introduced a new line of sophisticated knives, designed to be both functional and practical. Crafted in the home of Solingen, Germany the Grand Prix II line is characterized by the smooth, tapered appearance and ergonomic, pebble grained black poly handles. Blades are designed and… Continue reading Wusthof Grand Prix Review

Wusthof Culinar Review

The culinar line was described as an elegantly designed knife, although is it actually functional and effective in the kitchen place? The elegant satin finish handles were sculpted from 18/10 stainless steel distinguish Culinar cutlery from Wusthof’s other cutlery lines. Otherwise the Culinar knives are identical to other Wusthof knives, embodying all the virtues that… Continue reading Wusthof Culinar Review

Ikon Knives by Wusthof

For the big spenders and true lovers of the proper kitchen supplies comes the Ikon from Wusthof. Sharing the triple riveted handle design of the Le Cordon Bleu, the craftsmanship of these knives is even more refined. Wiith handles of Grendahill, a hard type of wood also known as Mozambique Ebony, Ikon kinves are both… Continue reading Ikon Knives by Wusthof

Le Cordon Bleu Knives by Wusthof

If you are looking for a higher caliber from Wusthof than the Emerilware knives then its time to take a look at the Le Cordon Bleu collection. These knives are notable for the clearly displayed red trident logo displayed seemlessly triple riveted handle. Designed with function at the forefront, these are extremely lightweight and perfectly… Continue reading Le Cordon Bleu Knives by Wusthof

Emerilware Knives by Wusthof

Emerilware Knives are some of the most modestly priced knives in the Wusthof catalog. Priced so that nearly all can afford, these knives still live up to the standards found in Wusthof quality. A full 18 piece Emerilware set goes for around $150, while individual knives sell for about $20/piece. Other knives in the  price… Continue reading Emerilware Knives by Wusthof

Wusthof For All Budgets

Wusthof has been one of the biggest names in knives since 1814. Created and operated out of Solingen, Germany, which  has been titled the ‘Cutlery Capital’ of the world. Top chef’s and kitchens of four and five star restaurants choose nothing but the best cutlery and typically only use Wusthof knives. Wusthof knives are the… Continue reading Wusthof For All Budgets