Do you daydream of having the knife skills of a chef? These new knives from three Michelin-starred chef Andreas Caminada will help you get on your way to slicing like a pro.
Caminada, chef of the award-winning Schloss Schauenstein restaurant in Switzerland, just launched a Japanese-inspired knife collection to help you with every task from slicing bread to chopping vegetables.
The set includes a Santoku knife and a bread knife crafted from a single piece of steel with handles made from sturdy walnut wood. Both knives come with an optional sheath made of walnut wood. Knife enthusiasts can also purchase a Caminada Magnetic Knife Block and a Caminada Chopping Block, both made from walnut wood.
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