GER­MAN-STYLE KNIVES

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Wüsthof Clas­sic 8-inch There’s a rea­son many culi­nary schools rec­om­mend Wüsthof knives to their stu­dents — they’re well made, easy to sharpen and last decades. They’re nicely bal­anced, if a bit hefty, which makes it easy to power through heavy-duty veg­eta­bles, bones and what­ever else you want to throw at it. The han­dle is on the larger side, which is some­thing to keep in mind if you have smaller hands. $150, wil­liams-sonoma.com Messer­meis­ter Royale El­ité Stealth Chef’s Knife 8-inch If you have a lit­tle ex­tra dough to spend on this ver­sa­tile tool, this just might be the knife to buy. Each blade is hand­crafted in Ger­many with an er­gonomic – and uniquelook­ing – wooden han­dle. It’s lighter than other knives in the Ger­man style, mak­ing it a plea­sure to use for even the long­est prep ses­sions. The com­pany also backs it up with a life­time war­ranty. $200, messer­meis­ter.com

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