Level up your knife skills with this F.N. Sharp guide to the anatomy of a kitchen knife, from its different parts to the materials used to create them.
When it comes to G10 vs micarta, both are considered some of the best options for kitchen knife handles, but which one is better? Read on for the verdict!
Finding the best bread knife starts with finding the best edge. Read on to learn more about pointed vs. scalloped bread knives and which is better.
When great design marries function, you get an exceptionally sharp knife AND a piece of art. Read on to discover the stunning patterns of Damascus steel.
Are you prepping meals with dull kitchen knives? Check out these top signs of a dull kitchen knife and what to do about it.
From the heavy-duty chef’s knife to the handy little paring knife, here are 6 types of knives every kitchen needs, plus how to keep them in tip-top shape.
What’s the difference between the chef’s knife vs. the Santoku? This F.N. Sharp guide compares the two and explains why both are must-have kitchen knives.
The word Santoku translates as “three virtues” or “three uses” and after using this multipurpose knife, you’ll find it excels at three common kitchen tasks.
From slicing bread, chopping chocolate and leveling cakes to carving crusty meats and slicing sweet treats, the bread knife offers many uses in the kitchen.
From breaking down a whole chicken to removing pineapple bark, shaping cakes and coring out cupcakes, the boning knife has many uses in the kitchen.
Ever wonder what a paring knife is used for? If yes, then head on over to the F.N. Sharp Blog to find our top 5 uses for this handy little knife.
Take a tour through history to learn all about what Damascus steel is, where it came from and why it’s great for kitchen knives!