In fact, a Kilne bread knife may be the best thing to slice your bread, too.
We’re all spending more time than ever in the kitchen, and trust me when I say that it’s MUCH more enjoyable when you have the right tools! I had been on the hunt for a new set of knives since spring, when I embarrassingly had to admit that our “starter set” of knives, hastily purchased when we were first married, were a) already 13 years old, and b) woefully inadequate to keep up with my unofficial new role as a prep cook.
Enter Kilne. Designed in Canada and crafted from high-quality German steel, Kilne knives are simply the best knives for home chefs. The highlight reel:
High Grade German Steel: Blades crafted from Chromium-molybdenum-vanadium steel stay sharp for precision cutting.
Full Tang: Solid steel from tip to tail gives exceptional strength and perfect balance.
Ergonomic Design: Handle grip and bolster provide a secure hold, even with wet hands.
The very first time I chopped a pepper with a Kilne knife, I knew what was missing from my life – a quality set of kitchen tools that made me fall in love with cooking all over again.
The Knife Set features six essential tools for your kitchen, including an 8” chef knife, a 7” santoku knife, an 8” bread knife, a 3.5” paring knife, kitchen shears and sharpening steel – all housed in a fashionable Acacia wood block. These knives are, without question, everything you need to slice, dice, chop, mince, peel, pare… should I cut to the point? You will LOVE them.
The best part: The Knife Set is just $190, with a 60-day money-back trial, free returns, and a lifetime warranty.
Normally I would say that Kilne knives make the perfect holiday gift for an avid cook. But you know what? We’re ALL avid cooks now, whether by choice or circumstance. And if we’re going to be spending more time in the kitchen, let’s enjoy the process! I plan on gifting The Knife Set to my mom, who, for the first time in my life, I won’t see at Christmas. I’m hoping that as she prepares her holiday meal, she’ll think of me while enjoying her new kitchen tools.
As for me? To kick off the festive season, I made my favourite bread stuffing! It’s a fool-proof recipe that always turns out perfectly, with little fuss and maximum deliciousness. I used my Kilne bread knife to slice the day-old loaf, my santoku knife to chop the celery and onions, and my kitchen shears to cut the herbs. I whistled while I worked (Christmas carols, of course) and can’t wait to dig in!
Want the recipe? Head over to Instagram to check it out! If you’re ready to discover the best thing since sliced bread, visit kilne.com.
This post is sponsored by Kilne. The opinions on this blog, as always, are my own.