W And P Design Cheese Knife

Mar 12, 2019

Category: Gear

Creating functional, unique food and beverage tools, Brooklyn company W&P Design has been reimagining your everyday kitchenware. With their multi-purpose Cheese Knife, they’ve made a single tool with perfect slicing, spearing, and spreading capabilities.

Constructed with a premium stainless steel blade, the 7-inch Cheese Knife has a full-tang handle with polished hardwood and brass rivets. The knife can cut effortlessly through firm cheeses thanks to indents on the side of the blade, preventing cheese from getting stuck. And its pointed tip allows you to break off hard-aged cheese, as well as pike it to serve to your guests. Add this blade to your chef knife collection and you’ll be ready to slice some delicious appetizers for your next party. You can pick up the Cheese Knife now for $35.

Purchase: $35

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