Cutlery Buying Guide
The love for utility knives
in your kitchen, they always come in handy.
Usage of Knives
* '''Chef’s Knives:''' Slice, dice, mince, and chop with Santoku knives
have shorter, lighter and harder blades that are good for making thin slices of sushi or cutting vegetables.
* '''Serrated Knives:''' A knife with serrated edges cuts into harder exteriors and then into the soft exteriors just right. This is a bread knife
* '''Paring Knives:''' Cleaver Knives
:''' A specialty knife for cutting meat and through the bones. The length of the blade is a handy 6 inches.
* '''Carving Knives:''' Poultry, roasts, ham can be carved using a carving knife
. The flexible blades cut into the smooth flesh of poultry and ham well.
* '''Boning knives:''' Boning knives
remove bones from meat.
* '''Fillet knives:''' Filleting is done using dessert spoons
, and teaspoons
The American fork etiquette directs us to hold the tines curving up whereas the continental fork etiquette has the tines curving down. The different types of forks prevalent are appetizer forks
'''Style and Quantity '''
is a collectible and also the highlight at many parties. Placing cutlery is an art that adds to the decor of your dining room. Have adequate cutlery to suit your family dining needs. If you host of many parties then make sure you fill your cutlery requirements for the entire guest list. Add extra cutlery to various courses of the meal.
Knives made of Blades
can be forged or stamped, which affects performance.
'''Spoons and Forks'''
Spoons and forks are made of decorative
value. Silver is expensive and adds to the decor of the kitchen or table. Nickel plated cutlery gives the desired look of silver at a lower price.
* Dinner plates
* Wine Glasses
* Champagne flutes
* Food Servers
* Kitchen and Dining
* Everyday Glassware
* Wine Glasses