Something I love to do with my kids is cook! We watch cooking shows all the time and love to recreate recipes we see people making and we love learning new things as we watch. One thing I’ve really been working on is knife cuts because of how pretty they look in the finished dishes. I have had the same kitchen knives for a while and have been looking for new ones to use but never know where to start. When I saw the Chef’s Vision knives, I thought they were the prettiest knives I’ve ever seen. Each knife has a different landscape on it that focuses on one color.
There are six different knives that will do different things. There is a bread knife, a paring knife, a utility knife, a santoku knife, a slicing knife, and a chefs knife. They are also razor sharp and dishwasher safe. I knew I had to use them soon after I got them so I made one of my families favorite dinners. I used the knives to cut up chicken, red potatoes, and broccoli. These are the sharpest knives I’ve ever used and they cut through the meat and vegetables so easily. These knives are so pretty and work so well. Though these are the only product from Chef’s Vision, but I know that it is well worth it. I highly recommend these to every “home cooks” and beyond!
About taken from Amazon: Chef’s Vision knives are GORGEOUS, any way you slice it. These superb knives display a world of beauty, while providing you with a world of total performance. Create amazing kitchen decor with colorful scenes from the world over, the ideal complement to any cutlery set. The perfect set to slice fruits, vegetables, cheese, meat, fish and bread. Is It Possible For A Knife Set That Looks This Good To Also Be The Sharpest Knives You’ve Ever Used?
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