Cooking Adventures Start With Quality Knives
Contributed by: NAPSA
(NAPSA) - Many of the qualities one looks for in a new car-superior design, quality craftsmanship, cutting-edge technology, durability-are also what chefs (both amateur and professional) hope to find in kitchen knives. As with a new car, a good set of knives can be a terrific component of an excellent adventure.
So however you approach the task of cooking-maybe you see it as an athletic event, a la Emeril Lagasse, or perhaps it's a construction project that requires all the right tools-it's always useful to have the best equipment at hand, and that means proper knives.
For example, the Twin Cuisine line from J.A. Henckels is a marriage of form and function, featuring one-piece precision forging and an elegant molded handle. The company's new handle technology, design patent pending, features a full horizontal tang with the soft, smooth shape of a molded handle. Each knife is made with High Carbon-No Stain Steel and features Henckels' exclusive Friodur Ice Hardened process for excellent cutting-edge retention and corrosion resistance.
Among the latest additions to the line are:
- 5 1/2" boning knife;
- 6" chef's knife;
- 7" fillet knife; and
- 5" Santoku hollow-edge knife.
Twin Cuisine knives are available both in sets and in a wide assortment of open-stock items to meet chefs' needs-and every possible cutting challenge. In addition, a "gadget line" of kitchen accessories will soon be on the market. The knives-which received the prestigious Good Design Award for 2005-can be found at fine department stores and specialty stores.
Zwilling J.A. Henckels cutlery is a lifetime investment and is fully guaranteed against defects in material and craftsmanship. Each knife delivers quality, design excellence and something else-pride and pleasure.
To learn more, visit the Web site at www.jahenckels.com.