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Kitchen Tip – great little knife sharpener!

Just a quick tip, here.  I have read all kinds of reviews on knife sharpeners and I am sure that, if one has knives worth hundreds of dollars, it may very well be worth investing in a top-of-the-line knife sharpener.  But, you know what works just fine for me?  A little Rada sharpener that cost a few bucks.

Check out how cleanly these tomatoes are sliced!

I also have a Rada Chef knife that I love that I purchased for $12 at a church fair.  It is on the light side, so I prefer another knife for some jobs such as mincing, but it is great for for slicing, chopping, and carving.  By the way, that is my other favorite knife in the photo.  Check this link to see the Rada chef knife:

http://www.radacutlery.com/Content/Images/large/R131.jpg

There – must get back to other things, but I have just sharpened the knife to slice the tomatoes and figured I’d take a quick picture and create a short post while I was thinking of it.  🙂

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This entry was posted on 06/01/2012 by in Kitchen Talk and Tips.
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