knives

Experts share tips for finding the best inexpensive kitchen knife and keeping it sharp.
Blades can be expensive, but they don't have to be. Here's how to identify a good knife at a low price.
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Having a sharp knife makes a huge difference when cooking, so why do so many people settle for letting their knives get dull?
To cook well, you need three things: fresh ingredients, simple techniques, and a few, high quality tools. Having the right equipment makes doing the job that much better. Be it a well seasoned pan or a casserole dish that's been passed down, great kitchenware makes cooking a joy.
You need a paring knife. It's perfect for peeling the skin off a pear or potato, removing seeds from a pepper, deveining shrimp, or playing Picasso with a radish or other decorative garnishes.