Classic Bread Knife (9-in.) by Wusthof
Every element of this renowned cutlery contributes to its precision and ease of use. The high-carbon stainless steel blades are hardened to maintain a sharp edge and full tangs provide perfect balance with riveted, high-impact composition handles. The serrated edge makes this bread knife great for s... See complete description »
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Every element of this renowned cutlery contributes to its precision and ease of use. The high-carbon stainless steel blades are hardened to maintain a sharp edge and full tangs provide perfect balance with riveted, high-impact composition handles. The serrated edge makes this bread knife great for slicing through fresh crunchy loaves, such as baguettes, or cutting a piece of birthday cake without squishing the rest of your creation.
Prized possessions of professional chefs, Wusthof knives are an invaluable asset of any kitchen. In Solingen, Germany, each piece is hand-forged in 38 manufacturing steps by skilled craftsmen. Lifetime warranty.
Wusthof's newest state of the art technology incorporates a new computer controlled method for putting the edge on Classic knives. This technology allows for an exacting edge from the tip of the knife down to the heel of the knife. With this newer precision, the knives are made sharper to 14 degrees per side for a total of 28 degrees. The knives are now sharper and this refinement increases the sharpness retention because exacting angles and edges last longer than edges sharpened by hand. The result is a knife that is 30% sharper and the ICP (Initial Cutting Performance) lasts twice as long.
this is the best bread knife i have ever used ... puts our old one to shame .... wusthof has always stood the test of time and continues to do so ....
Excellent. Razor sharp, good for bread and all general slicing chores.<br><br>I tend to prefer Wusthof Calssic to Henkels
Had a 6 inch serrated knife from Wusthof for years. Used it to cut bagels.<br>Read "Stir" by Barbara Lynch and decided that I really needed a longer knife if I was going to make the grilled cheese sandwich to go with the insanely delicious and easy tomato soup.<br>Will probably berate and kick myself for at least a few weeks for being so cheap and not getting this knife at least ten years ago.
Wusthof are always awesome knives- they make your life so much easier in the kitchen, this slices through a crusty baguette w/ ease!!
Remember never to store good bakery bread in plastic bags- it will ruin the crust. Instead, store in a paper bag at room temperature. If you don't finish it within a day or two, slice and put in the freezer for the next time you want toast for breakfast.