Stab, slice, and, savor. The 7" double- pronged harbinger of deliciousness has arrived, and plans to take no prisoners. Constructed of high-carbon stainless steel, this razor- sharp meat fork is ready to pierce your prey and assist your chosen knife in all of your slicing and carving. With a secondary bolster, you can comfortably hold your meat and poultry in place for as long as it takes to get the job done without fatigue or discomfort.
This intrepid kitchen companion partners perfectly with any of our razor- sharp knives, whether chef, paring, fillet, carving, or cleavers. The G10 glass fiber resin handle with triple rivets for durability ensures that this handy fork doesn’t quit until you do. Built to be both heat and stain-resistant, you’ll enjoy a lifetime of professional-grade use while remaining easy to clean. Simply hand wash, then wipe and dry clean.
Handcrafted from high quality food grade 430 stainless steel
Razor-sharp grill fork with a particularly long reach to safely pierce any type of meat
Rust and corrosion resistance for a lifetime
Beautifully engraved. Performance and appearance.
Handsomely designed G10 Garolite, military-grade handle with life long durability
Ergonomic handles for superior hand control, agility and comfort
Though it may not be a knife you use every day, a carving knife is an important one to add to your knife set if you cook and eat a lot of large roasts and meats. Even if you only cook them on special occasions and holidays, a good, sharp carving knife is indispensable.
Being a home cook is more than just knowing your way around the condiment rack. If you feel you’ve already mastered the art of home cooking, the next step is to take even more ownership of the food preparation process by cutting your own meat on a butcher block. And in order to do that effectively, you need a good butcher knife.
Cooking brisket is a long and arduous process, but by the end you’re rewarded with a tender, succulent piece of meat. In order to best enjoy this tough cut of beef you should use a slicing knife, otherwise you risk damaging the meat and making a mess.