American Made Kitchen Knives

American Made Kitchen Knives

Dexter Russell. Best fillet knife, fillet knife, fillet knives, best fillet knives. American Made in America USA knives, cutlery, kitchen, commercial and industrial use for food processing, restaurant, front end, luxury kitchen, high end kitchen for Heritage line, Connoisseur line, Heavy Duty, iCut-Pro, Sani-Safe, DuoGlide – for arthritis or carpal tunnel, V-Lo, SofGrip, Traditional – wood handle (rosewood), Basics – economy yet high quality stainless knives, Barr Brothers. Uses also include fishing, hunting, outdoors, sport, fillet, filleting, skinning, shucking and caping. Best American knives and cutlery. Great for boning, carving, cutting, cooking, slicing, dicing, chopping with our boning knives, carving knives, skinning knives, fillet knives, shears for poultry, cabbage cutting knives National Sanitation Federation (NSF) certified with the NSF logo, paring knives, roast slicer. People in trades use our utility knives, scrapers, shoe knives, rubber knives, hooks, linoleum, putty knives, produce knives, garnishing tools, turners, servers, spreaders and don’t forget edge protection / protectors, sheath and sheaths, scabbard and scabbards as well as cases to protect yourself as well as your investment. If you’re shopping for cutco, wusthof, oneida, kitchen aid, cuisinart, chicago cutlery, j.a. henckles, rada, shun sora, victorinox, benchmade, john boos & co, chef’s choice, consigli, e. dehillerin, epicurean, global, ivo, kai, ken onion, kershaw, kikuichi, kyocera, languiole en aubrac, languiole jean dubost, nesmuk, masahiro, messermeister, michel bras, opinel, sabalter, saladini, wolf gourmet or zwilling ja henckels you will want to compare to Dexter Russell for better quality and better price. Dexter Russell Cutlery is an authorized dealer of Dexter Russell Inc. Again, the best fillet knife in the industry. Dex-steel high carbon stain free steel better than regular stainless steel – Dexsteel. For your convenience, we offer the following payment methods: Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Discover and Paypal. You may Contact Us if you have any problems checking out.
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American Made Kitchen Knives

Dexter Russell. Best fillet knife, fillet knife, fillet knives, best fillet knives. American Made in America USA knives, cutlery, kitchen, commercial and industrial use for food processing, restaurant, front end, luxury kitchen, high end kitchen for Heritage line, Connoisseur line, Heavy Duty, iCut-Pro, Sani-Safe, DuoGlide – for arthritis or carpal tunnel, V-Lo, SofGrip, Traditional – wood handle (rosewood), Basics – economy yet high quality stainless knives, Barr Brothers. Uses also include fishing, hunting, outdoors, sport, fillet, filleting, skinning, shucking and caping. Best American knives and cutlery. Great for boning, carving, cutting, cooking, slicing, dicing, chopping with our boning knives, carving knives, skinning knives, fillet knives, shears for poultry, cabbage cutting knives National Sanitation Federation (NSF) certified with the NSF logo, paring knives, roast slicer. People in trades use our utility knives, scrapers, shoe knives, rubber knives, hooks, linoleum, putty knives, produce knives, garnishing tools, turners, servers, spreaders and don’t forget edge protection / protectors, sheath and sheaths, scabbard and scabbards as well as cases to protect yourself as well as your investment. If you’re shopping for cutco, wusthof, oneida, kitchen aid, cuisinart, chicago cutlery, j.a. henckles, rada, shun sora, victorinox, benchmade, john boos & co, chef’s choice, consigli, e. dehillerin, epicurean, global, ivo, kai, ken onion, kershaw, kikuichi, kyocera, languiole en aubrac, languiole jean dubost, nesmuk, masahiro, messermeister, michel bras, opinel, sabalter, saladini, wolf gourmet or zwilling ja henckels you will want to compare to Dexter Russell for better quality and better price. Dexter Russell Cutlery is an authorized dealer of Dexter Russell Inc. Again, the best fillet knife in the industry. Dex-steel high carbon stain free steel better than regular stainless steel – Dexsteel.
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American Made Kitchen Knives

American Made Kitchen Knives Our collection of American made kitchen knives are durable and functional. Along with American cutlery, this collection also has carving boards and cutting boards. For a special touch, have your carving boards monogrammed. This collection also has electric knife sharpeners. These knife sharpeners can be used for sharpening straight-edge, serrated, Asian-style knives, pocket knives and more. Add function to your kitchen by choosing from our range of American made cooks tools that include graters, pizza peels, salt boxes, spice bags and many other items. Choosing the right American made cooking electrics for your kitchen will help you save time and energy. + More
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American Made Kitchen Knives

Murray Carter is a newly naturalized U.S. citizen (formerly a Canadian) who lives in Hillsboro, Oregon. He spent eighteen years training to be a bladesmith in Japan. Unlike the other knifemakers, Murray only uses Hitachi steels. He recently decided to use only shirogami (white steel), and began focusing on perfecting his heat treatment of it. Murray makes several different lines of knives; at the highest level are the Pro Series knives, which are very well-finished, with every detail taken into account. He also makes knives that are of a lower fit and finish level. (They’re less expensive, but they’re by no means worse knives.) If I were to buy another knife from Murray, it would be from his High Grade or SFGZ lines. When I think of a Murray Carter knife, I know it’s going to be a great, pure cutter. His knives can just flat-out cut better than almost anyone else’s. Murray also produces more knives than many other knifemakers—he can crank them out—and you can actually get them just by going to his website.
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American Made Kitchen Knives

Our collection of American made kitchen knives are durable and functional. Along with American cutlery, this collection also has carving boards and cutting boards. For a special touch, have your carving boards monogrammed. This collection also has electric knife sharpeners. These knife sharpeners can be used for sharpening straight-edge, serrated, Asian-style knives, pocket knives and more. Add function to your kitchen by choosing from our range of American made cooks tools that include graters, pizza peels, salt boxes, spice bags and many other items. Choosing the right American made cooking electrics for your kitchen will help you save time and energy.
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Bill Burke, from Idaho, is another top-end knifemaker. Before he made knives full-time, he was a butcher. He made hunting knives until 2002, when he first made a set of kitchen knives, for a knife show in California. They were very well received, and from that point on he was hooked, and wanted to dive deep into the construction of san mai blades for kitchen knives. Now Bill is well known for his work with san mai, a soft layer of steel welded outside a harder steel core. 52100 steel is his bread and butter, and he’s spent a lot of time perfecting his heat treatment to get the best results. He also does some work with Damascus.
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“Buying a knife is like buying a car,” says David Van Wyk, who makes kitchen knives, tools, and the occasional sword with his friend Luke Snyder in Athens, Georgia. With that theory in mind, Van Wyk and Snyder custom-make every element of their knives—steel, balance, materials, weight, grind—to the way each individual customer cooks. (They even incorporate personal materials, like strips from Grandma’s apron, into the handles). Reasoning that the tools used to make sustainable food should be made from sustainable sources as well, Bloodroot’s knives are made from recycled and found steels.“When we use a piece off of a piano made in the 1890s or a blade from a sawmill, we’re aware of the fact that our work is very much rooted in the work before us,” says Van Wyk. Chef knives from $400; bloodrootblades.com
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Michael has been able to take his knives to another level by working with knife users to improve his blade geometry and profile. There are a handful of professionals and home cooks who use many knives and understand them in great detail; they can really help a maker improve. To get a better understanding of knives in action, he sent his knives to a bunch of those heavy users and asked for feedback. He opened himself up to criticism, but it was a risk that paid off.
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My quest to learn more has turned into an obsession—learning about knives led to wanting to learn even more about knives—but it’s an obsession that has opened doors to new relationships and enriched my life. Many cooks have a blind loyalty to Japanese or German knife manufacturers, while right here in this country there are knifemakers who are doing exciting, significant things. They spend years learning how to master different steel alloys (like 52100, an American mix that makes a strong, resilient knife; or Hitachi white, a Japanese blend that can be sharpened to atom-splitting fineness). They understand that millimeters mean a lot when it comes to how a knife performs and fits in the hand, and they make knives that are the embodiment of that knowledge. They forge, heat-treat, and sharpen with the best of the rest of the world, preserving and pushing forward an almost forgotten craft in the era of the machine-made knife.
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“I think the biggest mistake that home cooks make is being reluctant to use a long chef knife,” says knife maker Nate Bonner. “The more draw you have, the less effort is required to cut. Don't be afraid of a long knife!” Bonner was a childhood knife obsessive-turned-chef who found himself making technical changes to the knives in his restaurant kitchens. Like most makers of kitchen knives, he favors carbon steel—specifically 1095 and 52100—for their edge retention and “sharpen-ability,” and gives his blades a long tapered grind “for its strength and laser-like ability to cut on the edge.” Bonner feels a strong affinity with his fellow bladehounds. “From cowboys to surgeons, military to the weekend zombie warrior, we all share a love for a good knife,” he says. “It's the oldest and most important tool known to man.” Chef knives from $379; nhbknifeworks.com