Carving Knives

Originally designed for slicing meats, carving knives have thin, pointed blades that typically range from 8 to 14 inches in length. This enables the user to create a long slice of meat or fish in a single stroke avoiding unnecessary back and forth sawing motions that tear at flesh and jeopardize the cleanliness of the cut. The thinness of the blade lends versatility to the carving knife which is often used by chefs when slicing wellington, cordon bleu, and other breaded dishes. Note that a Granton edge is most appropriate when applied to this knife shape as opposed to any other.

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