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One of the best ways to sharpen knives is to use a sharpening stone. The stone should be moistened with water periodically. When sharpening the knife, slowly drag it toward you at a slight angle. Repeat until you feel a ... More »

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The Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts recommends sharpening kitchen knives at least every 60 days, especially if the knives are subject to daily use. Sharp knives make cutting easier, and they are safer because dul... More »

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Kitchen knives can be bought from established online and brick and mortar retailers specializing in knives or cutlery items. Among the popular and versatile kitchen knives are the chef knife, slicer, utility knife and pa... More »

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Kitchen knives can be bought from established online and brick and mortar retailers specializing in knives or cutlery items. Among the popular and versatile kitchen knives are the chef knife, slicer, utility knife and pa... More »

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When sharpening meat-cutting knives, a flat medium grit stone is recommended to sharpen with. The knife blade is held at a 20-degree angle to the stone's surface, and dragged across the stone with the knife held at a 45-... More »

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The Solingen Knife Company makes chef's knives, household knives, butcher and baker knives, and outdoor knives. Solingen has four lines of chef's knives: the Alpha Line, the Alpha Olive Line, the Comfort Line and the Mas... More »

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Place settings vary based on the courses served throughout the meal, but at the very least should include a dinner plate with forks staged to the left and spoon and knives on the right. Stemware and drinking glasses belo... More »

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