Other Prosumer Options: Knives and Gadgets
Restaurant-quality knives and small appliances may cost more than consumer-grade items, but they can be an affordable luxury. Which products pass the pro test?
- By Rose Kennedy
Filed under: Kitchen Appliance, Room Design, Kitchens, Maintenance, Appliances, Small Appliances
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Chef Ming Tsai is a popular public television show host (Simply Ming) and owner of the Blue Ginger Restaurant in Wellesley, Mass., who swears by his Kyocera ceramic knives, even when he's cooking at home. They retail for around $50 and are renowned for staying sharp, but home cooks must keep in mind that they?re ceramic and can break so you have to handle them with care.
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