Get your carving knife ready for the perfect Thanksgiving feast!
Thanksgiving is just around the corner, and that means it's time to start planning the perfect menu! Whether you're a master chef or just getting started in the kitchen, a good set of knives is essential for any Thanksgiving feast. That's why we've put together a list of the top 5 knives that you'll need to make Thanksgiving dinner a success.
1. Carving Knife
Looking for a slicing knife that can handle even the toughest meats? Look no further than The Cooking Guild's Dynasty Series 12" Slicer. This top-of-the-line slicer is forged using the same traditional Japanese blade-making technique as samurai swords, so you know it's built to last. The hard steel core is clad with two layers of 'softer' steel for extra support, resulting in a sharp, rust-resistant blade that will make quick work of any carving job.
The most frequently used kitchen knife is our Chef’s Knife. The tip of this type can be pointed for mincing or dicing tasks, while the broader side makes it perfect at chopping vegetables without getting tired out quickly! Use short strokes that follow along its shape to make quick work ol' prep time here on Thanksgiving day
The Dynasty Cleaver is a heavy duty knife with an expansive blade that can cut through tough cuts and bones quickly. It’s also great for chopping vegetables, crushing garlic cloves on one side of the flat edge to easily transfer them into your dish (just be careful not-so much around those sharp edges!), or even smacking down fruits like apples in their jackets before cutting away at them!
4. Fillet Knife
Similar to a boning knife, this tool is thinner and more flexible to allow for easy movement against the contours of bone or skin. Our Fillet Knife has a long blade with enough strength so you can get through even tricky skeletons but it's also razor sharp making precision possible no matter what type of fish we're talking about- perfect for a Thanksgiving dinner.
The Dynasty Santoku is a versatile knife that can do it all. The smaller and lighter cousin of the Chef's knives, this general purpose blade originated in Japan with more steel at its tip than other types like blocks or Auras have today; making for an easy cut without having to rock back-and forth like you would if using one specifically designed for cutting up foodstuffs (which we recommend!). Indentations on either side reduce friction so your strokes won't get messy while also leaving behind clean cuts every time!
So there you have it, the top 5 knives that you'll need for Thanksgiving dinner. We hope that this list will help