this functions as the piercing tool of the blade.
the forward quarter of the blade, does much work cutting and separating.
working part of the blade, from point to heel.
top of the blade directly opposite of the edge.
rear part of the edge. cuts through large or tough foods when weight and force are needed.
helps balance knife and protect hand from accidental slips across the blade.
part of the blade extending into the handle, designed to give the knife balance.
parts of the handle that create its grip. generally made out of wood or synthetic material.
end of handle.
this knife is used for slicing loaves of bread.
knife used to ice cakes and pastries, smoothing food, carving, etc.
knife use to carve whole hams, slicing smoked salmon.
knife used for dicing, chopping and trimming vegetables, meat and poultry.
knife uses include: removing bones from meat joints and poultry.
small knife. used to shape mushrooms and turning carrots.
large, square blade used for butchery.
knife used to fillet fish.
knife used for cutting through chicken carcasses.
cooks use this thinly shaped knife to cut through hard or extra-soft cheese.
knife used to spread butter, peanut butter or cream cheese on bread or dinner rolls.
use knife for thick sandwiches.
a short, stubby knife with a pointed tip for shucking oysters.
a plastic knife designed to cut lettuce without causing the edges to turn brown.
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