Japanese chef knives are brittle and are designed for cutting soft tissue foods. Carbon steel chef knives can rust if not kept dry.
Your chef’s knife is the most-used knife in your kitchen, so it is important to find the right one. The right one is the one that feels good in your hand, offers a razor-sharp edge, and makes food preparation easier and more satisfying. And if your chef’s knife is beautiful, too? Win-win. The new Premier Grey 8-inch Chef’s Knife just might be the one for you. This breathtaking knife is lightweight, agile, and offers an extremely comfortable grip. Its thinner blade makes it lighter and less tiring to use than comparable European-style knives. This do-it-all kitchen knife also offers perfect balance, making it a joy to use.