Sunday, July 21, 2013

Getting to the Point: New West KnifeWorks

Mini Chopper Chef Knife Fusionwood 2.0

My husband has several loves in the kitchen. One of those is his love of knives. I know that I can always drag him into a kitchenware store because he enjoys looking at knives. I always call him my sous chef because he does all of the chopping and slicing whenever we cook on the weekend.

I knew that he would be more than happy to help me test and review this Mini Chopper Chef Knife Fusionwood 2.0 from New West KnifeWorks. We chop a lot of garlic at our house. We put it in almost every dish we make. Garlic oozes from our pores. This mini chopper was perfect to get the job done. I have some larger chef knives, but I loved the compact size of this knife. It's now been deemed the garlic knife.

When the knife arrived in the mail, it was sheathed in this leather case which I plan to continue to use for the knife's storage to protect the blade. It will be perfect on those rare occasions whenever I travel to cook in unfamiliar kitchens.
These knives come in different color combinations, all are beautiful. This one is called peacock. You can also choose a more subdued, solid color if that's what suits you.

Over the years, I've learned that a sign of a quality knife is when the blade is a whole piece and goes all the way through the handle. As you can see from this photo, this is a strong knife that should last for the rest of my life.
I definitely look at this knife as an investment for my kitchen. I'm hoping to add more knives from the Fusionwood 2.0 Collection to my collection. It may be a long, slow process, but a worthy one.
If you would love to add some of these beautiful knives to your collection, visit New West KnifeWorks Facebook page. They have a giveaway going from now until the end of August. Here's the link to enter to win:
Disclaimer: New West KnifeWorks provided me with the product to review; however, the opinion expressed here is my own.

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