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Global knives

Tall girl's fashion, Global, kitchen knife, knives, 20 cm chef's knife, fillet knife

If you like to cook, you know how important it is with a good knife. As a student, I didn’t pay much attention to the sharpness of the knives in the student accomodation. When I moved into the first flat on my own in Waukesha, WI, the sharpness of my kitchen utensils was not at the top of my mind, either. It was more important to buy a car so I would get to work (no public transport!) and a window A/C unit so I wouldn’t fry in the gorgeous summer weather. Come back ten years later when I was more settled, though, and I got really annoyed if my knives were dull!

A couple of years ago I was fortunate to receive a knife for Christmas from one of my suppliers. The knife was made by Global and it was the most amazingly sharp thing I had ever come across. It turned out that is was the 20 cm chef’s knife in the Global range. It is made of stainless steel and the handle is filled with sand to give it the correct balance. It can be sharpened into perfection and may go in the dishwasher, though washing it by hand is preferred. Since I fell in love with this chef’s knife, I have also treated myself to a Global fillet knife, which is excellent for filleting fish.

In Norway, Global knives are sold in all larger kitchen supply stores, including my favourite Kitch’n. You can also buy Global’s full range of knives and cutlery in their online shop. The chef’s knife costs Nok 1.099,- and the fillet knife Nok 1.499,-

Tall girl's fashion, Global, kitchen knife, knives, 20 cm chef's knife, fillet knife
 

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