Twin Four Star Bread Knife (8-in.) by Zwilling J.A. Henckels
Whether you fancy yourself an artisan bread-maker or one who's proud to produce a loaf from a favorite local bakery, you'll want to present the tempting result at the table, along with a handsome knife that's fit for the task. As any baker knows, bread stays fresher when it's left whole until the la... See complete description »
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Whether you fancy yourself an artisan bread-maker or one who's proud to produce a loaf from a favorite local bakery, you'll want to present the tempting result at the table, along with a handsome knife that's fit for the task. As any baker knows, bread stays fresher when it's left whole until the last minute and cut immediately before serving. This 8" blade is long enough to comfortably cross-slice peasant loaves, broad brioches, or smaller boules; admirably rigid, to ensure straight cuts; and finished with a superb scallop edge that will easily slip through the crispiest crusts.
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We are a family of bread lovers so it's actually surprising that we haven't purchased a bread knife already. After using this knife, I can't imagine NOT having one now. Slices soft and firm breads easily. For the first time, my sliced bread doesn't look mangled! This knife is a must-have!
This is the only brand I use, so I know them well. Outstanding price.
I really like all the Henckles 4-star knives that I've purchased. Please note that there is a huge difference between Henckles and Henckles International. The latter are made by a Chinese company and are a flimsy imitation at best. The 4-star is by the German company Henckles and has all the hallmarks of the fine quality that they are known including cold hardened steel, tang that goes all the way through the handle, well-proportioned handle and blade so it balances well in the hand, and holds an edge really well. Unlike some bread knives, this one cuts clean through even relatively crumbly bread without tearing it.
Top quality knife. One I'm glad to finally have!
I feel this knife is a must have in a well-equipped kitchen. I have enjoyed mine for years and purchased these for our daughters.
Love this bread knife!!! It completes the knife set and is worth every penny!
I believe you get what you pay for: good quality. The knife is a good size and performs well.
As always you get what you pay for (if you do your research). I am completely satisfied, even thrilled, with my Henckels knives. The bread knife is wonderful and sharp also easy to handle. I use it nearly every day and can't image have to do with out it.
Excellant knife - too expensive but worth it
Exceptional quality, works great on the french breads that have a somewhat harder crust. Love the knife.
I feel like the knife was lightweight. I expected a German steel knife to be more substancial. I don't mind paying a little more for good quality.
Great product. Bread knife I had, Chicago Cutlery, just didn't have the teeth to do the job; this one does. It also goes with my other Henckel knives.
My husband is the bread slicer in the family. I gave him this knife for a Father's Day gift. At the time he said this was a very practical gift. After using this knife for the first time yesterday when I finished baking bread, he said it is the best knife he ever used in his 68 years. The only bread knife you'll ever need. Make it a great one.
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.