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Sat Dec 31 00:00:00 MST 2011lesky1 Rating:5.0
I researched these online to get an idea about the quality. Norpro seems to manufacture a lot of commercial kitchen items of stainless steel, and a few cutlery pieces. These have a good weight, and they fit well in my hand (I don't have very big hands though). The blades are stamped X50CrMoV 15, which is a molybdenum-chromium vanadium steel, also called German steel, which is apparently the same steel used by the famous German knives we all have heard of. I understand there is an even better grade of steel out there, but for my purposes these surpass what I was looking for--a decent set with good quality that I could grab for quick prep when I didn't want to get into the good knives we have. I have yet to use the special peeling knife with the concave blade, but it should be useful for paring and peeling veggies. I am pleased they were such a good buy.
Tue Jul 09 00:00:00 MDT 2013countrygirl98 Rating:5.0
this is my first cutlery set I've bought from anywhere, it's awesome!! I used the smaller knives yesterday they work great! everything came with it 2. Another happy customer! :) :) I'm going to tell my mom an my sisters about this set.
Tue May 29 00:00:00 MDT 2012deb666 Rating:4.0
This is a great little knife set. It is extremely sharp. The only draw back is that there is no holder for all the various knives.
Sat Jul 05 00:00:00 MDT 2014blueschili Rating:5.0
As someone that cooks for a living I give this set high marks. Is it comparable to far more expensive professional grade knives? Absolutely not! But the quality is far better than the 90%+ knives that the average consumer owns. I actually bought this set to carry with me when I travel. I frequently stay places that have kitchens. Almost always the cutlery at these places are a joke. Understandably if these places provided high quality cutlery, it would "disappear" or be destroyed. At the price of this set the only embarrassing part is the tattoo graphics on the blade covers. The quality of the knives and covers as well as the weight are an extreme bargain for the price charged. Excellent value for the price.
Sun Sep 08 00:00:00 MDT 2013danielleamazing Rating:4.0
Good set of knives. Sharp. Easy to Clean. I like the fact theres a different knife for just about every type of cutting. Plus they are labeled to ensure you use the one intended. :)
Thu Nov 07 00:00:00 MST 2013bigsand Rating:5.0
The solid steel blade from the handle to the tip of the knife is a sign of quality. I haven't bought knives in so long, I didn't realize that my other set was so dull. I am impressed, and you will be too.
Fri Jan 20 00:00:00 MST 2012mysteryplayer Rating:3.0
I ordered the peeler/knife set and at first received only the knife. Overstock handled the replacement very efficiently. The knife blade is short, for small jobs only. It's sharp, but doesn't seem sharper than my other knives. The peeler is very sharp and peels, but it's awkward to hold--seems the blade's too big for me to use comfortably.
Fri May 07 00:00:00 MDT 2010rreid Rating:5.0
I ordered a new knife set because my other knife set (from Walmart) wasn't efficient anymore. I tried sharpening the knives to no avail so I purchased this new one. I absolutely love it. I've actually cut myself a few times trying to cut and chop like the professionals on Food Network. :) Anyway, they were just as I suspected.....sharp and efficient and the lifetime warranty is a BONUS. Happy Chopping!
Wed Dec 15 00:00:00 MST 2010cathka Rating:5.0
I had purchased an excellent and quite expensive Santoku knife previously and have used it for everything. I had my first experience with a butternut squash and realized I needed a larger knife but everything I wanted was pricey. When I saw this set, I was apprehensive not being familiar with the name. I have used all of the knives and am very pleased with this set. I am delighted with this purchase.
Sat Dec 07 00:00:00 MST 2013math4me Rating:4.0
I love these knives! However, I am finding the long ones are getting dull for cutting bread, and the handle broke on my vegetable knife!!! I used that a lot, and wish I could replace just that one. I don't need a whole new set.
Tue Jan 15 00:00:00 MST 2013froghollowfarm Rating:4.0
I ordered two sets of these knives for each of our two homes. After reading good online reviews, I was still dubious about the wuality. But, I actually like them. They are sharp, wash nicely in the dishwasher and do a good job. The only knife I am not impressed eith is the little paring knife, it is a bit difficult to control. Otherwise, these are a good buy...especially for the price!!!
Wed Jan 19 00:00:00 MST 2011htrain1304 Rating:3.0
I bought this knife set this summer. I use them exclusively and they work well. They all have their strengths and weakness. The slicers are truely great. they pretty much cut anything...The chop and scoop is my personal favorite, light and stays sharp. the Chefs knive is my least fav. it dosent do everythig I want and is cumbersome. I find when cooking I use two or more of the knives, little versatility. The shears are useless, to light no leverage and they are already dull.. It s a good set of knives for the price though
Thu Mar 08 00:00:00 MST 20124arheddis Rating:5.0
I first found Miracle Blade knives through an infomercial a few years ago and bought a set for what I thought was a reasonable price. They sent me two sets. I use one at home and one at my cabin in the moutnains. The blades are excellent to the purpose, from the thin and flexible "chop and scoop" to the lethal carving and filet blades. The only reason I bought a new set from Overstock.com is that my Chop and Scoop blade got a knick in it from frequent use, and I wanted another filet knife. I could not believe how cheap they were. I have paid four times more for a carrving knife alone that was nowhere near as effective.
Fri Sep 27 00:00:00 MDT 2013maggie0287 Rating:5.0
These knives are amazing! Very sharp, well balanced. The bigger one is certainly big, but it's perfect for chopping larger veggies like onions and eggplant. (I know a lot of women who reviewed said this was too big for them, and their boyfriend/husband could use it - I'm an average-sized female and don't find this knife challenging, so definitely don't let those comments dissuade you.) Really great knife set, definitely worth a try!
Fri Jan 01 00:00:00 MST 2010bewerunge Rating:5.0
As a general rule I don't like cheap knives but I have to say I really like these. I love the different shapes and sizes that come with this set and wish I could find this versatility in the german knife companies. I hesitate to give a rating on durability as I have not had them long enough to knowbut they seem pretty well made and very sleek. Bought them as a gift and had to re-order a couple more sets as I kept the first one.
Mon Apr 09 00:00:00 MDT 2012apmorgan Rating:4.0
I have a problem keeping a sharp knife, and since I have joint pain it's been very hard for me. These knives are a HUGE help!
Wed Jul 24 00:00:00 MDT 2013jdp43 Rating:5.0
Love these knives. Cuts beautifully. Would buy them again.
Thu Apr 24 00:00:00 MDT 2014bxcant Rating:4.0
These knives are lightweight and very sharp. It would be hard to get a better value.
Tue Sep 18 00:00:00 MDT 2012grammabon Rating:5.0
We started with replacing one knife and liked it so much that we bought more. The knives and very sharp and what we really like is the ergonomic handle. A good buy.
Sun May 02 00:00:00 MDT 2010kittitesh Rating:5.0
I was in need of a good set of knives and this set it perfect. Easy to hold, easy to use and sharp with all the different blades you need in your kitchen!
Knowing how to sharpen a knife is skill that is invaluable in preserving the quality and value of all of the knives you own, from hunting knives and pocket knives to fishing knives and complete cutlery sets. Read all of the steps before carrying them out. This ensures you know what to expect and can anticipate any hazards.
A quality knife will hold its edge without excessive sharpening and be durable enough to handle the everyday work that takes place in your kitchen. With so many varieties and brands of cutlery to choose from, finding kitchen knives that will fit your style requires a few considerations. When you're shopping for knives, look carefully at each type that interests you, whether you're considering individual knives or block sets. Once you've chosen your perfect knife, keeping it clean and sharp will extend its life.
You have spent a lot of time and effort in selecting your cutlery and now you want to know the best way to store your knives. Proper knife storage will help extend the life of your cutlery and maintain its beauty. The following steps will provide some of the best methods of knife storage. If you store your knives correctly, your knives will last longer and perform better for many years to come.
A quality set of kitchen cutlery in your kitchen is the difference between a pleasurable cooking experience and a tedious one. When you're shopping for individual knives or cutlery sets, the main things to look for are durability and a long-lasting sharp edge.
While most knives are easily sharpened with a cutting stone, a serrated knife requires a bit more time and skill to sharpen. Instead of sending your serrated cutlery to a professional for sharpening, why not learn how to sharpen knives yourself? Read on for instructions on sharpening serrated knives at home.
Knives are amongst the most important tools in the kitchen and will last a lifetime when well-maintained. Kitchen knife blades are typically made of high-carbon stainless steel alloys, which stay well-sharpened and are easy to maintain. However, some knives are made of pure carbon steel, which keep a sharper edge but are also prone to rust and discoloration. Regardless of what type of kitchen cutlery you prefer, care guidelines remain the same. Proper care of kitchen cutlery ensures a long life of use.
However much kitchens may have changed over the years, quality cutlery remains a kitchen essential. With the right cutlery pieces and accessories, you can make your kitchen a mecca of great homemade meals. This cutlery buying guide will help you choose which knives and accessories your kitchen needs.
Stainless steel is the most common material for flatware. High-quality spoons, knives and forks made of stainless steel will be able to withstand regular use without bending or breaking. Although there are many different stainless steel flatware sets to choose from, some are better than others. When you focus on quality and design, you will come away with a stainless steel flatware set that will look great and last for years to come.
Anyone who is serious about seafood in the kitchen should learn how to fillet fish. Filleting fish takes a certain amount of finesse, so don't expect to get it perfect the first time. If you can find the right cutlery and master the technique, however, you'll be able to have bone-free fish fillets in a flash.
A well-set dining table is nearly as crucial to a great meal as the food. Don't underestimate the importance of your formal table setting; properly prepared dining table sets enhance the leisurely enjoyment of a meal, while a sloppily prepared dinner table can diminish the appeal. Read on for a variety of helpful table setting ideas and tips on creating dining table settings.
Your wedding registry is designed for your guests to help you prepare for your new home together. It lets them know exactly what gifts you want and can also help them get an idea of your tastes. Use this checklist to cover all the basics when you're setting up your registry. You can register for these items all at one store or combine registries from multiple stores. Make sure you register several months before your wedding date to allow guests time to choose gifts, especially if you plan on having bridal showers before the wedding.
Whether you are moving into your first home or apartment kitchen or have decided to revamp your old one, a checklist of the things every kitchen needs can be very helpful. Luckily, this kitchen buying guide is here to help you remember the essentials and have fun with the extras. Remember to check out our other buying guides to learn more about each component of your kitchen.
Food preparation is a big part of cooking, and having the right kitchen utensils for each job is vital. There are many different utensils out there to choose from, and the kitchen utensils you select will have a huge impact on your preparation time and frustration level in the kitchen. You'll want to stock your kitchen with basic cooking essentials first and invest in the right specialty kitchen utensils later. This kitchen utensils buying guide explains your options to save you time and frustration now as well as later.
Dinner tables are set differently depending on the type of dinnerware and what food is served. Casual dinner table settings provide each person with the three basic pieces of silverware while formal dinner table settings provide guests with a separate piece of silverware for each course served. Plates, bowls, silverware, napkins and glasses are all part of the necessary dinnerware for setting the table. Having separate dinnerware sets for both formal and casual dining events is very helpful for setting the table appropriately.
Whether you're planning a formal dinner party at home or need to know the proper way to set a formal table for a larger event, such as a wedding reception or charity event, you'll need to know the items to include and the steps to follow to get it right. If you've never done it before, don't worry; no experience is necessary. You will need enough formal dinnerware, also known as place settings, as well as enough flatware and stemware to accommodate each of your guests.
An elegant table setting sets the tone for a meal, guides your guests through the courses and informs them of what's to come. With the many choices in table settings, you may be hesitant about what would be right for your kitchen and dining room. A table setting includes dinnerware, glassware and flatware, along with any serveware and decorations you may include. Each place setting needs certain items, depending on the formality of the meal. We recommend having enough dinnerware, glassware and flatware to create eight to 12 place settings. With this table setting buying guide, you'll be able to sort through the selections in our kitchen and dining department to create beautiful table settings for the special occasions in your home.
Hosting a dinner party is a lot of fun, whether you are just having friends over for a small celebration or family over to share a holiday meal. You likely already own most of the dinnerware, glasses and kitchen linens you need, and setting a dining table is a golden opportunity to use your fine kitchen linens and formal dinnerware that may have been collecting dust in your closet. While setting a table for 12 can be a bit intimidating, it is not a difficult or lengthy process, and your guests will be impressed by your hosting talents and knowledge of conventional etiquette.
For some people, setting a proper table remains one of those dark and mysterious areas in home decor, bogged down by arcane rules. However, contemporary place settings need not be overly fussy. Every piece need not match exactly, as long as every person gets a complete place setting. You can keep the look elegant by setting tableware according to traditional arrangements.
When selecting flatware, the most important qualities to be aware of are design and metal. These features affect the flatware's cost, durability and maintenance. You'll want to have enough flatware to serve eight to 12 people, plus a few more in case a piece is dropped during the meal and your guest needs a clean replacement. You may want to buy a large set of flatware if you plan on having several guests. There are several flatware pieces you may need, depending on what you serve in the meal and how formal it is; purchase flatware sets to get most of the basic pieces. Remember to care for your flatware appropriately so it always retains its luster.
If you are planning a formal dinner or a holiday party, setting one or more round dining tables is a smart way to design your occasion. With round dining tables, everyone can see each other and socialize easily. When setting round dining tables with formal dinnerware, there are few simple rules of dining etiquette to follow to make sure everyone gets their proper tableware. If you are throwing a formal dinner or holiday party, a well-set table creates a formal ambiance or a festive vibe for your guests to enjoy.