Saturday, October 27, 2012

New West Knifeworks Petty Utility Knife Review

I am a huge cook.  I cook dinner pretty much every night of the week.  That means that I need essentials in my kitchen that make cooking easier.  I have to have good knives in my kitchen.  If you do a lot of cooking then you know how important good knives are.  A good knife can last a very long time. 

New West Knifeworks offers a beautiful selection of knives for the home cook or even more advanced cook.  They offer individual knives and sets.  The knives themselves are gorgeous, but they also are amazing.  I was really impressed with how solid the knife was that I received.  New West Knifeworks products are made in America too.  They are a quality product that you can feel good about purchasing.  They even have a lifetime guarantee on their knives.  

I received the Petty Utility Knife to review.  I love this knife.  It is a great knife for so many things in the kitchen.  This is a Fusionwood Knife and if you look at the handle it is really pretty.  The knife itself has a traditional Japanese type blade.  This is a very versatile knife and can be used for so many things.  This includes the following. . . . . 

peeling, carving, chopping, slicing, boning and much more!

The knife itself has a nice weight to it.  It's easy to handle and did an amazing job in the kitchen.  This is going to be my new favorite knife that I use for pretty much everything in the kitchen.  This specific knife is made to last.  That is always something I am looking for when I purchase a new knife.  You can learn more about the specifics of how it is made by visiting the New West Knifeworks website.  

You can currently enter for a chance to win a 4 piece knife set from New West Knifeworks by visiting their Facebook page.  They are running this promotion until December 15th, so make sure you head over to enter!

You can follow New West Knifeworks on Facebook and Twitter to learn more about their products.

Disclosure - I received a free sample to facilitate my review.  No monetary compensation was provided.  All opinions are completely my own.  My participation is voluntary.   I am disclosing in accordance with FTC 16 CFR Part 255.    

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