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Wusthof 9 cm Paring Knife, Black

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Everything you need to know about paring knives can be found in “ What Paring Knife Should I Use?” For those short on time, allow us to offer a cheat sheet!

In the air, off the board—shorter paring knives and bird’s beak paring knives are used in this way (e.g. when peeling fruit), as they offer more control With a chopping board—these paring knives tend to have longer blades and look like miniature chef’s knives

Shaped like a spear point paring knife but with a less-curved blade. Usually made of harder steel, which makes for a much sharper edge. Small but mighty, paring knives are incredibly versatile, making them a staple in your kitchen when it comes to coring tomatoes, peeling apples, or scoring a leg of lamb before roasting. Their shorter, 2-to-4-inch blades and compact handles allow you to achieve exceptional precision and control, making them ideal for detailed work such as trimming pastry or mincing small amounts of garlic. What are the different types of paring knives?

The Wusthof Classic Ikon 9cm paring knife is the perfect knife for all smaller preparation jobs, it's great for peeling and trimming and for smaller chopping tasks. The Wusthof WT1040100410 formerly known as the WT4066/10B is the updated and latest version of the superbly engineered Wusthof Knife. It features the updated logo and branding and all the most recent design developments from this world class German Knife manufacturer.

Paring knives are extremely versatile kitchen tools and invaluable to the professional chef. They have a small, sharp blade that makes them ideal for peeling, slicing and other precise food preparation tasks. Some paring knives have a plastic handle and a stamped blade, which makes them lighter and easier to use in the air. Knives with a stamped blade are also inexpensive.

The Wusthof Classic 9cm paring knife is the perfect knife for all smaller preparation jobs, it's great for peeling and trimming and for smaller chopping tasks. A good grip is crucial, as you need to have complete control over the blade. Most paring knives are designed to fit the human hand snugly and provide balance and comfort when held. At Russums, we sell paring knives made by a number of well-respected international brands. We feature some of their products below. A good paring knife has a handle that’s ergonomically shaped so it has an ideal place for you to position your thumb while keeping a secure, comfortable grip. Paring knives—shop by brand A multipurpose small knife that is great for hand peeling, precision cutting, slicing and detail cuts. Perfect knife to devein shrimp, and for removing seeds from chilli peppers and skinning or cutting small garnishes.The Wusthof WT1040330409 formerly known as the WT4086/09B is the updated and latest version of the superbly engineered Wusthof Knife. It features the updated logo and branding and all the most recent design developments from this world class German Knife manufacturer. A paring knife is a short chef knife, with a blade of 8–10 centimetres (3–4 inches) long. Its compact size is intended to make regular tasks such as cutting, trimming or slicing much easier and more precise. Balance and ergonomics – the special bolster shape ensures optimum balance and allows the entire length of the blade to be used and kept sharp. The ergonomically shaped handles are riveted for durability and ensure faultless care and hygiene. Many of the world’s finest chefs consider Wusthof knives the best in the world. Made in Germany, the knives are forged from one solid piece of high-carbon stainless steel and designed to have precise balance. The blades are extremely sharp and easy to keep that way.

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