Knife:The Culture,Craft & Cult of the Cook's Knife
Whether you’re into the craft of cooking or the art of a perfect blade, the story of the kitchen knife is an engaging one. Follow the history and evolution of its form through in-depth interviews with knife-makers, chefs and collectors. From cleavers to sushi knives, shape to steel type, this fascinating guide tells the unique tales of over 40 blades – detailed narratives and stunning photography really get to the meat of each story. Knife: The Culture, Craft and Cult of the Cook’s Knife is the perfect addition to any cut-connoisseur’s library!
- Explore the knife’s form, history and creation through on-point interviews with knife-makers, chefs, conniosseurs and collectors
- From Damascus steel to Chinese cleavers, explore 40 varieties of kitchen knives – each with its own compelling story
- Full-color photographs accompany detailed narratives behind the most coveted of kitchen implements.
- Hardcover; 224 pages
- 6.2”W x 9.5”H x 1.1”D