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.
This knife set would be a great Christmas gift for foodies who can then try their hand at making the chef's colorful signature dishes like roasted roe deer loin and seared brook trout with beets and peas.
To check out Caminada's whole knife collection visit his online shop where you'll also find the chef's line of premium goods.