I’m delighted to announce that I’m going to be doing some work with CUTCO.
Recently while working with Canadian Beef I was given a set of CUTCO steak knives. I love knives and I’m quite particular about them. In fact, part of my “how Gerry and I met” story includes knives, but that’s another story for another time.
I hadn’t really heard much about CUTCO before. I assumed from the name that they made knives, and they do. CUTCO makes kitchen knives, cookware, utensils, flatware, hunting knives and garden tools. To my knowledge I had never used one of their knives. But when a set of steak knives show up at your door, looking like the knives you get at a high-end steak house, you know what to do! You crank up the barbecue, throw a couple of West Side Beef Co steaks on, and open the wine. And that’s exactly what we did.
We were both really impressed with the quality and hand-feel of the CUTCO steak knives and after many, many uses, how well they kept an edge. Gerry says “… they really elevate the experience of eating a steak.”
Those knives started a conversation with CUTCO, which has evolved into an upcoming giveaway (more on that soon); an upcoming series about testing their kitchen knives and cookware; and an exciting event which I worked with their team to create – a custom-designed knife skills evening hosted by yours truly (more on how to attend that).
Do you have a beloved CUTCO knife? Do you have a CUTCO story? I’d love to hear about them.
This post is the first in a series of Cooking with CUTCO posts about CUTCO and their products. For more information on my relationship with Cooking with CUTCO read this post again, and read my disclosure statement