June 25, 2017

“Better a dull wife than a dull knife”- Escoffier 1893


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I am betting that most people out there have a good set of knives. They look great on the counter, you feel like a well prepared chef and man were they sharp when you first got them. I say “were” because for 99% of you that big chef knife is now dull like a plastic knife at a picnic.