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Precision Knife Set & Black Diamond Knife Block – Giveaway #67

Precision Knives in Action

Equipment Reviews, Giveaway | 12th December 2015 | By

Knives are an integral part of any kitchen, but how many of us actually have a good set of Chef’s knives? I’ve been using a motley collection to chop, cut and slice most of my life and living in a Cornish cottage, I never expected to see a contemporary and stylish knife set, such as this one from Edge of Belgravia, sitting on my kitchen counter top.

Launched in 2010, Edge of Belgravia prides itself on the quality and avant-garde design of its products. Innovation and practicality are key to its success, as are its use of high-tech materials. Now globally acclaimed in the field of daring knife design, their products became available in the US in 2013.

Precision Knife Set

The Precision knife set, launched in 2013, is the most affordable in the range. The stainless steel blades are sharp, the surfaces have a Swiss llag non-stick coating and the handles are comfortable to hold. The knives are smart to look at too; Christian Bird has designed the handles to resemble the facets of a diamond. The set consists of four knives and retails at £69.90. The knives can, however, be purchased individually. One or all of them would make great Christmas presents.

  • Chef’s Knife (6″) – suitable for most cutting and slicing tasks. £24.90
  • Deba Knife (5″) – modeled on the Japanese deba fish knife, this also works well on vegetables and fruit where clean cuts are required. £18.90
  • Bread Knife (6″) – the serrated edge ensures the bread does not become squashed when slicing. £18.90
  • Paring Knife (6″) – perfect for precision tasks, such as peeling a lemon. £12.90

Black Diamond Knife Block

The Black Diamond knife block, also designed by Christian Bird, is both elegant and functional. It’s not only devised to hold pretty much any kitchen knife as well as the Edge of Belgravia collections, but it’s also a piece of art in its own right. Futuristic in design, it’s fashioned to reflect a rough cut diamond and pairs perfectly with the Precision knife set. The block has space for eleven knives and most will slide in and out of it with ease. It uses a clever weighting technique to ensure the knifes stay put. It’s currently on offer at a reduced rate of £89.90, normally £99.90.

Edge of Belgravia Knife Set and Block Giveaway
Edge of Belgravia is kindly offering one Tin and Thyme reader an exclusive Precision Knife Set & Diamond Knife Block, RRP £169. To be in with a chance of winning, please fill in the Gleam widget below. You will need to leave a comment on this post, answering the question, which then gives you additional chances to enter if you so wish. Gleam will pick a winner at random from the entries received. If you are commenting anonymously, please give me some way of identifying you as I will be verifying the validity of entries. Any automated entries will be disqualified. This giveaway is only open to those with a UK postal address. Winners will need to respond within 5 days of being contacted. Failure to do this may result in another winner being picked. 
 
Edge of Belgravia knife set & block
 
Prizes are offered and provided by Edge of Belgravia and Tin and Thyme accepts no responsibility for the acts or defaults of said third party. Tin and Thyme reserves the right to cancel or amend the giveaway and these terms and conditions without notice.
 
Closing date is Monday 11 January 2016 
 
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Knife Set

Thanks to Edge of Belgravia for the knife set and block. There was no requirement to write a positive review and as always all opinions are my own.

Comments

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    Alica
    12th December 2015

    It would have to be a stir fry! and I would chop all those tough veggies and see how good the knives really are 🙂

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      Kenny Wilson
      28th December 2015

      Sharp as a knife life don’t get any easier than that

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      E Harkins
      30th December 2015

      Look like good knives – I especially like the block something a bit different, very stylish.

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      Cheryl Jury
      3rd January 2016

      I would make a fish salad, bass, potatoes, salad and a lemon dressing! Lovely set would love to see how good these really are.

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      CK
      9th January 2016

      These knives look amazing. Functional, but also bringing style to the kitchen.

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      Lorna
      10th January 2016

      I would finely chop an onion and make up a pasta sauce

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      George Pow
      11th January 2016

      It would be Great to Own a Matching Set of Knifes , instead of The Motely Crew I have at Present.

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      Beryl drake
      11th January 2016

      I would make a fresh fruit salad my favourite. Could try out different knives for different fruits

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    Tammy
    12th December 2015

    That has got to be most epic knife set i have ever seen, i just love that block 🙂

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    Spencer Broadley
    12th December 2015

    Various vegetables and a chunky vegetable soup 🙂

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    ashleigh allan
    12th December 2015

    I would use it for chopping veg for with a sunday roast dinner

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    Judith Allen
    12th December 2015

    I suspect I wouldn’t be allowed to use these, too sharp and too nice for me! That would be her excuse anyway, we do have nice sharp knives. I think Lisa would try them out on lots of lovely root veg for a soup. Celeriac and swede are a good test.

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      Choclette
      12th December 2015

      Haha, I gather you are not queen of the kitchen Judith. I agree though, if a knife can cope with swede and celeriac, it should manage most things 🙂

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    kim neville
    12th December 2015

    I would first chop up some beef and then veg to make goulash

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    Katie skeoch
    12th December 2015

    A turkey curry on boxing day!

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      Helen Pollard
      19th December 2015

      Not over ten words 🙂

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    Margaret Clarkson
    12th December 2015

    I would chops leeks and potatoes to make a lovely leek and potato soup.

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    Lynn McCann
    12th December 2015

    Oh without a doubt, sour dough with lashings of butter

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    Tracey Peach
    12th December 2015

    I would use the knife’s on a Swede (they are so hard to cut up!) & have swede for dinner along with Steak & Chips 🙂

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    Elaine Savage
    12th December 2015

    I would love to use one of these knives on a butternut squash. I find these really hard to cut with my old knives and I love to make a vegetarian lasagne

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    Jane Willis
    12th December 2015

    I’d slice some red onions ultra-thinly and make a quick fresh pickle to serve with a Lancashire Hotpot

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      Choclette
      12th December 2015

      I used the chef’s knife to slice onions today Jane and I did mange to cut them pretty thinly 🙂

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    Angela H
    12th December 2015

    As one of my daughters is a vegetarian and the other has recently started to eat fish since going to university, I would buy a whole salmon in the sales and learn how to fillet it correctly as earlier in the week when I purchased a reduced salmon, the knives I used were old and blunt as I’ve had them since I got married 26 years ago, therefore the salmon fillets were rough, hacked and didn’t look very appetising. I’ve also been looking at Santoku knives, however they’ve all been very expensive, and this set would give me the opportunity to experiment more and encourage the girls to continue with their new tastes in food.

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    laura banks
    12th December 2015

    i’d use them to cut my vegetables to make a prawn stirfry

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    Samantha loughlin
    12th December 2015

    Chicken stir fry as on a diet at the mo xxx

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    Ceejay Suto
    12th December 2015

    I would chop up potatoes, onions and sweet potatoes and carrots for a lovely warming soup

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    Tracy K Nixon
    12th December 2015

    I usual have a sandwich for my lunch so I would most like slice some tomatoes first as I love them and have them in nearly all my sandwiches!

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    Yvonne Bradley
    12th December 2015

    Love to be able to cut up vegetables like professional chefs

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    Isabel O
    12th December 2015

    I would use it to cut up veg like potatoes, carrots, parsnips and onions to make a vegetable stew with vegetarian sausages and dumplings.

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    Paul Scotland
    12th December 2015

    To cut vegetables (especially the turnip and suede) for a stew. It will also be good for the fine cutting of onion to have on a cheese and onion sandwich

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    Karl Borowy
    12th December 2015

    bosch soup and cabbage beetroot and carrots potatoes all need cutting

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    Tania Atfield
    12th December 2015

    I would use it to chop vegetables for a yummy chicken stir fry

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    Hazel Rea
    12th December 2015

    I’d make Asian Vegetable Stew because there is so much chopping involved and with this set I’d have it done in no time at all. This knife set is practically art!

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    iain maciver
    12th December 2015

    a stir fry would be my first dish to try

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    Lindsey Stuart
    12th December 2015

    This is a fantastic looking knife set wow!!!!
    I would use them for cutting up chicken pieces and vegetables to cook up a warm and hearty chicken casserole gorgeous for the winter season I serve with creamy mashed potatoes and homemade mealie pudding

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    John Frost
    12th December 2015

    I would probably end up cutting] my fingers first. don’t let me win!!

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    Simon C
    12th December 2015

    We would chop up veggies, probably to go into a roasted mixed veg tray. Peppers, onions, garlic, some cherry tomatoes, and any other veg we happen to have hanging around. Always comes out delicious.

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    Paula Readings
    12th December 2015

    First i would use the bread knife to cut my home made bread for a festive Turkey & cranberry sandwhich.

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    clair downham
    12th December 2015

    i would chop onions for a nice lamb curry

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    Louise Clarke
    12th December 2015

    What a fantastic set of knifes, i could really do with these, since mine are rubbish to chop root vegtables

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    Gerri Tennant
    12th December 2015

    I would chop lots and lots of onions and freeze them. Chopping onions puts me off trying so many recipes, thanks.

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    Natalie Crossan
    12th December 2015

    for chopping veg xx

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    melanie stirling
    12th December 2015

    I would chop onions to go in a chicken stir fry.

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    lynn neal
    13th December 2015

    I would chop up lots of winter vegetables and prepare some wonderful warming soup for all the family!

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    Keith Hunt
    13th December 2015

    we like to dice potatoes and onions to fry with bits from the fridge leftovers.

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    Sharon H
    13th December 2015

    It would yet another of my vegetable and bean soups, it’s a staple in the cold months and we all love it.

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    Michaela Hannah
    13th December 2015

    I’d chpo up some veg to make my family a sunday dinner

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    Ruth Harwood
    13th December 2015

    I’d make a lovely curry with some lamb and loads veg – these knives would be awesome to cut up both meat and veg xx

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    Laura Pritchard
    13th December 2015

    On some fruit to make into a fruit salad as my kids love that!

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    Jayne Sullivan
    13th December 2015

    I would try to cut up a butternut squash. I really need a knife that can cut one of those !

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    Mark Maplethorpe
    13th December 2015

    I’d use the knives to prepare the ingredients for a curry

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    Gill
    13th December 2015

    Realistically, I’d be chopping chicken and veg for a stirfry. In my dreams I’d be julienning the finest ingredients…

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    odette
    13th December 2015

    I use to make braised eggs and smoked aubergine with sumac and preserved lemons.

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    christine szlobodnik
    14th December 2015

    I’d make chinese vegetable stirfry 🙂

    x

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    Darrell
    14th December 2015

    I’d make chicken fajitas. So would cut the peppers, then the chicken . Great prize. Thanks for the chance.

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    Michael
    14th December 2015

    That is a really stylish knife block, would love to win it!

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    Hannah Cummings
    14th December 2015

    A yummy chicken curry

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    Laura Todd
    14th December 2015

    The first thing I would do is chop veg for soup

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    felicity smith
    15th December 2015

    initially I would attack some tomatoes as I hate chopping them and it is always a pain – and this looks like an awesome solution

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    S Edwards
    15th December 2015

    would love to use one of these knives on cutting our loafs as our knives are so blunt it just squash the bread when trying to cut it

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    Bethany
    15th December 2015

    I think I would make a sweet potato gratin – the sharp knives would be great for slicing the potato really thinly – then, add cream, garlic and chilli – wonderful for a winter evening!

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    Carolynn Woodland
    15th December 2015

    I would slice some Bread first and then decide on a meaty dinner so that I could use the Chef’s knife second.

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    debbie smith
    15th December 2015

    a tasty lamb stew x yummy and fab giveaway they look fab x

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    Hayley Davies
    15th December 2015

    I would chop up some chicken breast for tasty wraps.

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    karen cowley
    15th December 2015

    Tomatoes , every time i make a salad my knife just squishes them !

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    Chris @thinlyspread
    15th December 2015

    I’d use them on the very large and unwieldy butternut squash which is looking at me from my fruit and veg bowl right now – nothing worse than getting stuck halfway through a squash! Once chopped I’d roast it and add it to a curry with spinach and mushrooms….mmmmm

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      Choclette
      15th December 2015

      Oh yes Chris, mmmmm, indeed. Squash is one of my all time favourites, but it’s such a pain to prepare.

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    Sally Collingwood
    15th December 2015

    Roast dinner

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    KATHY D
    15th December 2015

    Chop up lots and lots of vegetables and male a big healthy stew

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    joanna butler-savage
    15th December 2015

    cheese on toast – our staple diet!!

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    laura stewart
    15th December 2015

    i’d use these on a good beef stew x

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    Kaci Soderstrom
    15th December 2015

    I’d probably cut onions/carrots first with it – as those tend to get consumed the most in our house. It would probably be for a casserole to heat us up in this cold weather.

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    Susan Smith
    15th December 2015

    I would dice some veggies already to blend and make a soup

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    GEOFF WICKENS
    15th December 2015

    I COULD CERTAINLY DO WITH A SET OF GOOD KNIVES

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    Iona Cornish
    15th December 2015

    A Potato – I’d slice it to make a Gratin

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    Julie Tift
    15th December 2015

    We love all kinds of things with our sandwiches so I feel sure that celery and cucumber would be among the first things that I chop – on a daily basis.

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    sarah rees
    15th December 2015

    I would use it to make a nice salad

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    Tracey Parker
    15th December 2015

    Roast dinner with all the trimmings

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    Karen hutchinson
    15th December 2015

    Pineapples- love fresh ones but always struggle to prepare them. I would use in a fruit salad.

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    Jay
    15th December 2015

    Cutting up apples to make my chicken and apple salad.

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    John Jones
    16th December 2015

    I would dice onions and chop tomatoes in preparation for making a tomato sauce.

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    Andrea Fletcher
    16th December 2015

    I would make stew and dumplings.

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    Corina
    16th December 2015

    I’d use the knives for chopping up all the vegetables to make a soup or stew

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    Richard Mortimer
    16th December 2015

    Vegatables for a hearty stew

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    caroline walliss
    16th December 2015

    I’d make a nice stew.x

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      anna hewitt
      16th December 2015

      I’d make a nice vegi part as dish, see how small they chop my garluc

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    caroline walliss
    16th December 2015

    I’d make a nice stew with lots of yummy winter veggies.x

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    Dee Dmonte
    16th December 2015

    I thin I would make a Christmas coleslaw, chopping all the veg by hand with these lovely sharp knives. Would make a change to have knives sharp enought tbh!

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    Aidan Clark
    16th December 2015

    My favourite thing currently are marinated halloumi and pepper skewers. So these would be great for that.

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    Lisa Everaert
    16th December 2015

    I would slice some thin slices of beef and make a yummy beef chow mein x

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    Andrew Petrie
    16th December 2015

    It would be a leg of lamb which Has always been difficult.

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    Mary Heald
    16th December 2015

    Cutting up onions for a curry

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    Rebecca Williams
    16th December 2015

    I would make a vegetable soup.

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    Louise Smith
    16th December 2015

    Roast dinner with all the trimmings

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    MANDY DOHERTY
    16th December 2015

    Beef stew and dumplings x

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    Jennifer Heard
    16th December 2015

    I would use it to create some awesome chips

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    Fiona K
    16th December 2015

    I would use them to cut vegetables elegantly – perfect for dinners

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    Susan Crosswaite
    16th December 2015

    I would use them to cut vegetables for a tasty stir fry

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    Lorna Jayne Kennedy
    16th December 2015

    My knife skills leave a lot to be desired, so these could perhaps help me practice. I love making my own coleslaw, we eat many variations of it with different meals, so I’d probably use them for that first.

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    Paul Wilson
    16th December 2015

    I’d use it on vegetables to make Vegetable Risotto.

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    Mark Palmer
    16th December 2015

    Bound to be onions for bolognese, lasagne or onion gravy

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    sian hallewell
    16th December 2015

    Wonder if these wonderful knives would enable me to cut my bread straight, because I’d be making a sandwich first.

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      Choclette
      16th December 2015

      Haha, cutting straight bread is a true skill Sian, but sadly not one I have 😉

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    Claire Ross
    16th December 2015

    Wow what an amazing knife block, this is so cool 😀 I would love one of these in my kitchen 😀

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    Lisa Buckley
    16th December 2015

    Cutting up fruit for a lovely healthy fruit salad!

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    christine shelley
    16th December 2015

    It would be veg for a stew

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    Helen Gossage
    16th December 2015

    I would use this to make stir fry vegetables with chilli noodles

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    Dennis burke
    16th December 2015

    chips and veg for dinner

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    Hannonle
    16th December 2015

    I would use the bread knife on a freshly baked crunchy loaf from the bakers to make a yummy chicken salad sandwich. My favourite!

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    William Critchlow
    16th December 2015

    I would use to cut up beef thinly to make stir fry

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    Sarah Mackay
    16th December 2015

    I would use it to make a vegetable lasagna on Christmas Day

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    Janice
    16th December 2015

    cheese and ham toasties

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    Terri Collins
    16th December 2015

    As a big lover of vegetables, and at the moment particularly cabbage, it would most likely be some nice crunchy cabbage and some mushrooms, fried up with some garlic 🙂 yum yum!

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    Neil Firth
    16th December 2015

    My wife would nab the knives. She’s a very good cook, so that’s not a problem. I think the first job for the knives would be a stir fry

  102. Leave a Reply

    Marc Chivers
    16th December 2015

    I would cut lots of lovely cheeses and put them on crackers

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    gemma brown
    16th December 2015

    i would love to test it on a swede. swede mash is so nice, but i hate chopping them normally

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    Stefan Pearson
    16th December 2015

    I would use these to chop up some veggies for some soup, the water is boiling so dont take too long 🙂

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    Stephanie Tsang
    16th December 2015

    I would slice up some fresh fish for sashimi

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    Rich Barker
    16th December 2015

    I’d slice up some cauliflower to go in our low-carb ‘fake mac and cheese’ 🙂

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      Choclette
      17th December 2015

      Ooh, I’m intrigued by a fake mac n cheese. How do you make that?

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    Lee Ritson
    17th December 2015

    I’d use it to make cutting veg easier

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    Kat Lucas
    17th December 2015

    I would use it to make salsa and chopping all the onions, peppers, coriander and tomatoes for it

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    Tracey Belcher
    17th December 2015

    I love cooking but suspect this time of year it would be chopping and peeling vegetables for a casserole

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    Peter Hewitt
    17th December 2015

    Chef’s knife to fillet Chicken Breast of whole chicken to make pan fired chicken breast wrapped in bacon then baked

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    helen tovell
    17th December 2015

    I would chop the vegetables for a lovely warming beef stew and dumplings

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    leanne weir
    17th December 2015

    I would use it for chopping veg

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    Laura Nice
    17th December 2015

    Would love to make a roast dinner for all the family! My knifes are rubbish!

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    Caroline H
    17th December 2015

    I’d put them to work on some butternut squash to make a spicy winter soup.

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    Sarah Brokenshire
    17th December 2015

    I would make a lovely greek salad x

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    Corinne Peat
    17th December 2015

    The first thing I would do would be to chop up lots of lovely vegetables to make a sweet chilli chicken stir fry

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    wendy malone
    17th December 2015

    cutting cheese for my son when he comes home.

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    Bob Clark
    17th December 2015

    Chopping up loads of carrots

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    Bob Clark
    17th December 2015

    Chopping up loads of carrots and parsnips and then making them into a wonderful soup

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    Farhana
    17th December 2015

    I’d test it out by cutting the vegetables and salad

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    Tina Holmes
    17th December 2015

    I would chop up some yummy vegetables for a stir fry

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    Jo Jones
    17th December 2015

    I would cut all the veg for a beef stew

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    Michael Rattray
    17th December 2015

    Cook and carve a piece of brisket

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    Megan Kinsey
    17th December 2015

    I’d start by chopping chicken and then go on to lots of veggies for a nice stir fry!

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    Edward Guerreiro
    18th December 2015

    I would start by trying to effortlessly slice a tomato, something my current knives are too blunt to achieve. I would then use that tomato, and others, in a lasagne.

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    Kat Glynn
    18th December 2015

    I would make Stir fry for dinner, lots of chopping with some sharp knives for once! x

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    jennifer thorpe
    18th December 2015

    I would use one of them to chop up lots of celery and stilton for a home made soup

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    kate
    18th December 2015

    i would attempt baklava. my knives are not sharp, so last time i tried to make baklava and tried cutting it with my normal knives i just ruined it

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    amy rennocks
    19th December 2015

    I love making soup, so some lovely fresh vegetables <3

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    Victoria Prince
    19th December 2015

    The first item I would use them on would be carrots, to make homemade carrot & coriander soup 🙂

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    Helen Pollard
    19th December 2015

    I would like to say I would like to cut the tongue out of my boyfriends ex wife but as that is probably not a permitted answer, steak for a nice steak and mushroom casserole

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    Angela Sandhu
    19th December 2015

    chopping lots of veg

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    Janine C
    20th December 2015

    I would probably make a Sunday roast and use them to chop my veggies and carve my meat

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    Erica Price
    20th December 2015

    I think I’d use it to make something that needed a lot of chopping like homemade chutney.

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    Vickie Jackson
    20th December 2015

    The first thing I’d use it on would be preparation for chicken fajitas with lots of veg 🙂

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    Sarah Davison
    20th December 2015

    I’d make us a lovely pasta salad with loads of fresh chooped salad veggies…just to make us feel a little less guilty for over indulging at christmas.

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    Maggie Coates
    20th December 2015

    Butternut Squash – I love it roasted but it is so hard to cut and peel.

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    kathy
    20th December 2015

    a carrot which i would chop up and put in my lovely cottage pie

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    Zach Ohmite Hudson
    20th December 2015

    All of the Christmas leftovers and make some bubble and squeak

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    Tam B
    20th December 2015

    I would chop up lots of veg, such as carrots, parsnip, swede and make a chunky beef stew.

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    Liam Bishop
    21st December 2015

    Winter vegetable stew. Must be good to chop a swede!

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    Rachel Butterworth
    21st December 2015

    I would use them to prepare my veg, for a classic Sunday roast.

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    lynn r
    22nd December 2015

    I would chop loads of veg for a soup or a stew. Really struggle with the rubbish knives i’ve got.

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    Rebecca Smith
    22nd December 2015

    Ooo would be to make a full family roast dinner so I could really use them

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    Gwyn Sharps
    23rd December 2015

    It would be a swede to go into a sausage casserole. The reason I’d choose a swede first is so I could experience the difference using a Precision knife. I’ve always had trouble cutting swedes!

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    David West
    23rd December 2015

    This is amazing, so handy for everything to prep the boxing day lunch

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    Tom Buchanan
    23rd December 2015

    I would chop up some tomatoes and mushrooms and treat myself to a tasty fried breakfast.

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    Lynsey Buchanan
    25th December 2015

    I would cut lots of vegetables to make a big pot of winter vegetable soup.

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    Kay Broomfield
    25th December 2015

    I’d use them to chop vegetables to make a nice thick winter soup.

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    Suzanne Sendell
    25th December 2015

    Would use these for my sunday dinner,I chop so much veg this would make my veg preperation a walk In the park

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    Beky Austerberry
    26th December 2015

    a sunday roast dinner

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    Emma Walton
    26th December 2015

    All of my current knives are rubbish so I think the first thing I would use one for would be to carve a chicken. At the moment, I end up ‘pulling’ the flesh to bits with my kitchen knife. I would also like to use one for cutting a loaf of fresh bread.

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    Beverley Cousins
    26th December 2015

    Cutting homemade crusty bread..nothing better than the smell and taste of home cooking!

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    Mark R
    26th December 2015

    It would be to chop up a butternut squash for some soup. My current knife really struggles.

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    jules eley
    26th December 2015

    I would use the Veg knife to cut up the potatoes for the potato bake we all love 🙂

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    Donald McLeman
    26th December 2015

    These sound great for everything, and I have a bad habit of not realising my knives are blunt till someone else tells me

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      Choclette
      27th December 2015

      Oh, you sound just like my mother. We were all there for Christmas and being tasked to help, there was much moaning about the state of her knives 😉

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    Nikki Hunter-Pike
    26th December 2015

    I’d use one of a suede to make suee and carrott mash. suedes are a bugger to chop up!

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    ELAINE DALE
    27th December 2015

    would chop up fruit to make various pies such as apple or rhubarb and perhaps even pear for a pie with a difference

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    Patricia Avery
    27th December 2015

    A vegetable soup made with garden produce carrots, parsnips etc and using turkey stock saved from Christmas 🙂

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    Lynne O'Connor
    27th December 2015

    I’d use them to chop up assorted Mediterranean vegetables and roast them with lashings of olive oil and basil

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    Michelle Ferguson
    27th December 2015

    To carve a lovely joint of beef

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    rebecca nisbet
    27th December 2015

    i would cut a nice fresh loaf of tiger bread yum!

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    Lindsey
    27th December 2015

    I would tackle a butternut squash. I love making homemade soup, but always struggle with chopping up the squash.

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    Sophie Lester
    28th December 2015

    I would make a casserole. I would be able to cut through hard vegetables and make them all perfectly proportioned! OCD! :p

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    Joanne Greer
    28th December 2015

    The first item would be an onion, to go in a yummy coleslaw.

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    joanne atkinson
    28th December 2015

    I would make some fajitas I’m really into Mexican food at the moment, can’t get enough

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    sofia s.
    28th December 2015

    It would be a fresh and healthy salad, with lettuse, carrots, cucumber, tomato, peppers al so finely chopped with these amazing knives!

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    Michelle Clarke
    28th December 2015

    winter vegetable soup. Yum

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    Debbie Preston
    28th December 2015

    I’d use it to prepare the veg for New Years Day dinner and then to carve the pork

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    Liz
    28th December 2015

    I would make a vegetable and chickpea curry.

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    justine meyer
    28th December 2015

    It would have to be swede as i can never cut this up x

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    Danika Lloyd
    28th December 2015

    I’d use it on root veggies and make a wonderful soup

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    Rhiannon Alwen
    28th December 2015

    I always have trouble with tomatoes so I’d have to go with a ratatouille, nice test for them with the courgettes too (I only like them when they’re wafer thin).

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    Julie
    28th December 2015

    I’d use it on the onions for my yummy stir fry!

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    Val Swift
    28th December 2015

    I would use the knives to cut the meat and veg for a nice hearty stew

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    ceril roberts
    29th December 2015

    Bread Knife (6″) – would use this to slice some of the fresh bread our local stores make – amazing bread – just need the right knife to give it justice!

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    Chris Andrews
    29th December 2015

    What would be the first item you’d use a Precision knife on and what would you make or do with it . . . . . . . . . onions – a sharp knife cuts cleanly and so no more tears

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    claire woods
    29th December 2015

    Vegetable casserole

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    claire woods
    29th December 2015

    vegetable casserole and I’d use the knife for cutting up all the vegetables to go in it.

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    Deborah Munn
    29th December 2015

    Meat and potato pie

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    Clair Dukes
    29th December 2015

    I would make a coleslaw for my husband to dress his salad. For myself, I would make a red cabbage, figs & goats cheese salad.

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      Choclette
      30th December 2015

      Ooh, I do like the sound of your red cabbage, figs and goat’s cheese salad Clair – lovely idea 🙂

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    Liz B
    29th December 2015

    The first thing I’d cut up would be chicken – one of the few things my fussy son will eat – and make chicken teriyaki

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    Leanne Abel
    30th December 2015

    I’d chop a turnip first to really test these knives

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    Lara Latchem
    30th December 2015

    I would cut the veg for our roast dinner as always need a good knife for cutting g swede and parsnip

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    Phyllis Ellett
    30th December 2015

    We tend to bulk buy meat, so cutting the meat up to freezable meal portions is the thing, a good set of knives like these would be perfect.

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    Jo Carroll
    30th December 2015

    They would be perfect for cutting up the ingredients for a traditional Irish Beef Stew. x

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    Scott Fallon
    30th December 2015

    I’d use it to cut up potatoes and veggies for a roast dinner

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    Angie Hoggett
    30th December 2015

    I would use the knives for chopping up all the ingredients for a yummy mushroom and spinach risotto

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    Julie Ward
    30th December 2015

    Would use it to dice onions I like them well chopped, and put them with liver

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    E Harkins
    30th December 2015

    Potatoes, cut them nice and thin for dauphinoise!

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    Leanne V Mckenna
    30th December 2015

    I would chop an onion to make my signature mushroom stoganoff

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    John Smith
    30th December 2015

    Love to be able to cut up vegetables like professional chefs

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    Dee
    30th December 2015

    I would use it to chop cabbage and I would make Cabbage & Coriander curry which happens to be my OH’s favourite!

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    Jamie Edwards
    30th December 2015

    I’d chop up onions for my spag bol, I like them chopped really fine and spag bol is a huge hit in my house 🙂

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    Jane
    30th December 2015

    I’ve recently gotten into buying larger bits of meat and then chopping them up at home to freeze – a big of an economy drive. So, I would get a whole chicken, portion it up and probably make herby poached chicken with a veg stock. Yum.

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    Mary Chez
    31st December 2015

    I would use it to chop up vegetables for a stir fry

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    Tammy westrup
    31st December 2015

    Chicken stir fry

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    Allan Wilson
    31st December 2015

    I would use it on the Christmas serrano ham we were given

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    Mrs Rachel Heap
    31st December 2015

    Perfect for chopping for a vegetable soup

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    jane Evans
    31st December 2015

    I would slice lots of lemons and make some homemade lemonade. :0)

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    carole n
    31st December 2015

    i would use them to chop and prepare the various vegetables for a full sunday roast

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    katie w
    31st December 2015

    to chop up veg for a gorgeous roast dinner, my favourite thing to cook

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    Solange
    1st January 2016

    I would use it for chopping veg for a stir fry.

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    Alexandra Maniatis
    1st January 2016

    I would use these knives to make a nice, chunky vegetable filled pasta sauce.

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    katrina walsh
    1st January 2016

    some delicious root veg ready for irish stew

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    cheryl pearson
    1st January 2016

    i would make a vegetable soup, and use the knifes to chop the veg

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    Michelle Carlin
    1st January 2016

    I’d chop loads of lovely vegetables to make a warming winter stew.

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    Angela Muir
    1st January 2016

    I would chop onions to put in my sausage and bacon casserole

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    Stephanie Whitehouse
    1st January 2016

    I’d use them to prep soem of our allotment veg, maybe making a big butternut squash and peanut curry, with homegrown onions and brocolli

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    Colin Gault
    1st January 2016

    Chop up my pork fillet

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    lyn
    1st January 2016

    After eating nothing but rubbish over crimbo I can’t wait to cook up some healthy Soups. Lots of Veg needed

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    Jane Shaw
    1st January 2016

    My fabulous home made tatie soup

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    ChayB
    1st January 2016

    I’ve never seen such a stylish knife block! Puts mine to shame…

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    Rebecca Collins
    1st January 2016

    I would probably only be “allowed” to cut my morning grapefruit with one, and nothing more complex than that, as A) they look very sharp and I’m very accident prone; and B) my Fiancé has a thing about good knives and would want to do all the chopping using such a “manly” implement!

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    Katie Robertson
    1st January 2016

    I would make a lovely chicken curry and use them to cut the chicken and vegetables.

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    Lorraine Saeed
    1st January 2016

    Slice cheese for my favourite and famous cheese sandwiches!

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    pete c
    1st January 2016

    would use it to cut up some carrots and parsnips ready for roasting to go with a nice joint of meat

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    Sarah Gray
    2nd January 2016

    I would use them to make a lovely Sunday roast- preparing the potatoes, parsnips, carrots, cabbage… not to mention carving once the meal is cooked 🙂

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    Emily Knight
    2nd January 2016

    I’d make my mum’s lasagne! It takes 4 hours to make (but is well worth the effort) and involves plenty of chopping – onions, celery and carrots!

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    Christine Caple
    2nd January 2016

    I would use it to prepare the veg for a roast meal

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    Cora
    2nd January 2016

    Fantastic website and fantastic prize 😀

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    Brian Cheney
    2nd January 2016

    I would make roasted vegetables – I love the dish, but don’t enjoy chopping all of the veggies up.

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    Lyla
    2nd January 2016

    I need to lose weight so I would use the knives to chop up vegetables and salads and hopefully make my new healthy dinners look tasty

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    Hazel Murphy
    2nd January 2016

    Onions ! they seem to be in everything I cook at the moment.

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    Lisa Mack
    2nd January 2016

    I would probably make some sweet potato fries as they are so much tastier than normal fries & healthier but always a bit of a nightmare to cut with our knives so a good first test 🙂 Thanks for the chance xx

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    Lillian Fisher
    2nd January 2016

    I would make some homemade vegetable soup and try them out on the vegs.

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    Lorraine Duff
    3rd January 2016

    A nice chicken & vegetable soup so i can cut up lots of different meats and vegetables 😀

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    sarah
    3rd January 2016

    i would use them to chop veg and meat to use in a curry.

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    katherine b
    3rd January 2016

    I’d chop all winter vegetables and beef to make a beef stew

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    Kristy Brown
    3rd January 2016

    I would make a vegetable soup

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    Gemma Massey
    3rd January 2016

    I’d chop an onion then peppers to make a spaghetti bolognese xx

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    Lee Davis
    3rd January 2016

    I would use the knives to chop onions, mushrooms, peppers, fresh chilli peppers and courgettes and other veg for a nice stir fry

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    marion morgan
    3rd January 2016

    chop potatoes for a good old roast

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    ZacharyB
    3rd January 2016

    Would probably be to chop onions, for fajitas (my favourite meal)!

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    Hayley Mulgrove
    3rd January 2016

    I would make a stir fry and use them to chop up all my veg

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    Joanne Hayes
    3rd January 2016

    Id use mine to make a pan of scouse (Liverpool hotpot), dice all the potatoes, carrots, onions & trim all the diced steak of fat x

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    Emily Clark
    3rd January 2016

    I’d chop up some carrots, for some carrot and lentil soup.

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    Jamie Millard
    3rd January 2016

    slicing and dicing chicken to make sweet chilli chicken

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    Karen R
    4th January 2016

    I make salads for hubby’s and my packed lunches each day, so it would be all the salad vegetables, including the tomatoes 🙂

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    gloria heathcote
    4th January 2016

    I use sharp knives at work , they perform so much better , i would love them , cheers and happy new year

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    gloria heathcote
    4th January 2016

    Oh i would make a stir fry

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    Jonathan Beavis
    4th January 2016

    I would make a homemade curry. The knives would be ideal for cutting all the fresh onions, garlic, ginger etc..!

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    Helen Thurston
    4th January 2016

    Chop up lots of root veggies for a vegan curry.

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    kate knight
    4th January 2016

    I’d make a vegetable curry and naan bread, these knives look great.

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    Helen W
    4th January 2016

    a swede as i struggle to chop them normally and then put it towards a roast dinner

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    Liz Hardie
    4th January 2016

    probably homemade soup with turnip, potatoes, onion & carrots

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    stephen holman
    4th January 2016

    id make a chicken stir fry – lots of lovely things to chop up with the new knives

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    donna l jones
    4th January 2016

    chicken stirfry for all the veg to be chopped

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    Suzanne Roberts
    4th January 2016

    I love homemade lasagne and these would make prepping so much easier.

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    Melanie Gardiner
    4th January 2016

    I would make a vegetable curry as I’ve just found a great recipe that’s gone down a storm with my boys

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    Jade
    4th January 2016

    I’d chop and peel some potatoes for a roast.

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    Polly Power
    4th January 2016

    My husband is desperate for a good knife, fingers crossed

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    Jade
    4th January 2016

    I would probably chop and peel some potatoes for a roast. Roast potatoes are a favourite in this household.

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    Steve Patterson
    4th January 2016

    I would like to dice up a load of fruit and make a lush fruit salad. Little dribble of fresh double cream and you got yourself a tasty treat!!!

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    Caroline Blaza
    4th January 2016

    I would chop lots of vegetables and make vegetable soup.

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    Maria Hackett
    5th January 2016

    I would cook Thai Style stir fry with egg fried rice and Papaya Salad!

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    Lucy Chester
    5th January 2016

    I would chop up some different vegetables and make my own vegetable soup

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    Carole Cambridge
    5th January 2016

    I would chop up lots of fruit for a large fruit salad.

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    Laura Baker
    5th January 2016

    I’d chop up lots of lovely veg and male a stir fry

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    kallie maile
    5th January 2016

    I would chop us the fruit for my daily fruit salad

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    kelly mobbs
    5th January 2016

    Id use them to prep all my veg before blanching and freezing for the month. Waste not want not and all.

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    Kay Panayi
    5th January 2016

    I think a nice curry served with naan bread and chips

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    John Myers
    5th January 2016

    Chopping up a nice fresh onion to add to a cottage pie dish

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    Becky John
    5th January 2016

    A white cabbage to start my homemade coleslaw

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    Cheryl G
    5th January 2016

    Taking inspiration from your photo I would use the knife to make yummy braised cabbage. Finely chopping a red cabbage, a couple of apples and covering with cider vinegar, brown sugar & a pinch of all spice before simmering for an hour. It tastes delicious & freezes really well too

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      Choclette
      5th January 2016

      Great idea. I made a delicious braised red cabbage dish just before Christmas and it lasted ages.

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    kimberley ryan
    5th January 2016

    I would make an indian chicken curry, these would help with the onions 🙂

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    caroline kelly
    5th January 2016

    Some nice crusty bread to have with soup, hmm delicious!

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    Carly M
    5th January 2016

    I’d try it with tomatoes because you can always tell your knife is sharp if it can easily cut through the skin.

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    Tom Hunt
    5th January 2016

    Looks really good – definitely hope I’m in the running to win the set!

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    Niamh A
    5th January 2016

    Oh I thought the red cabbage was the knife block at first! 😀

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    Vicky11
    5th January 2016

    This will help me to slice tomatoes for salad

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    Marie
    5th January 2016

    I’d thinly slice tomatoes, onions, mushrooms and peppers to make a yummy pizza.

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    Martina Evans
    6th January 2016

    I would use these great knives to chop up a variety of vegetables to make a vegetarian curry.

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    Greig spencer
    6th January 2016

    chopping veg for with a sunday roast

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    Daniel Coles
    6th January 2016

    Cut up some chicken breast and veg for my stir fry

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    Susan B
    6th January 2016

    I am another vegetarian with a sweet tooth and began learning to cook by baking cakes and biscuits. Yum! If I were lucky enough to win the knife block, I would use it for root vegetable casseroles and, if I can find them, anything in the pumpkin family.

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      Choclette
      6th January 2016

      Ah yes, I’m with you on the pumpkin family – it must be those sweet teeth of ours 😉

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    carol g
    6th January 2016

    would be good for me as I sometimes have difficulty with knives due to being left-handed

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    Melissa Manning
    6th January 2016

    I’d probably use them to chop some veg very finely for a stir fry 🙂

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    Cheryl Price
    6th January 2016

    i would make a really big winter stew, so i could chop and chop and chop…..

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    carolyn joyce
    6th January 2016

    I would make some pretty shapes with fruit like pineapples and melon

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    ali thorpe
    6th January 2016

    I’d test it out on a simple salad. I like to see how sharp a new knife is by using it on a tomato.

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    Kathleen Bywaters
    6th January 2016

    I would cut up some beef strips from a big juicy steak to stick in a teriyaki stir fry!

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    Kirsti Peters
    6th January 2016

    A Swede because every knife I have ever had has failed the swede challenge, I would probably make a potato gratin

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    Faye Reed
    6th January 2016

    I’d make a casserole. My current knives are rubbish, so it’s such a chore to make anything that involves a lot of chopping, so I avoid it. These wold take the hassle out of it. x

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    Louise Lumsden
    6th January 2016

    I’d chop all the vegetables for homemade soup, some swedes and celeriac are really tough, so a good knife is essential

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    Jane Middleton
    6th January 2016

    cutting vegetables and mushrooms for a stir fry

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    Amy Eastwick
    7th January 2016

    I would use them to make a fresh and zingy coleslaw salad!

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    Sarah Tilley
    7th January 2016

    I’d make a tabbouleh so would need the knives to chop the veggies up nice and small

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    Bryony Brooke
    7th January 2016

    I’d chop up a butternut squash for a lasagne. I have broken numerous knives trying to get through one of those!

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    Helena Williams
    7th January 2016

    ONIONS – Every recipe needs onions!

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    Iris W
    7th January 2016

    Potatoes and vegetables to go with a lovely roast chicken

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    Helen Moulden
    7th January 2016

    On vegetables to make crudites dippers for my dips!

  293. Leave a Reply

    Laura Marshall
    7th January 2016

    I love these stylish knives – I prepare lots of meals and freeze them so these would come in handy for all that veg chopping!

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    Ashton Grayson
    7th January 2016

    A chunky veg salad

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    COLETTE S
    7th January 2016

    I would have to make a chunky coleslaw just to slice the cabbage with theses little beauties

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    Nicola Glover
    8th January 2016

    Great Comp, Great Prize

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    Emilia nastaly-howard
    8th January 2016

    Must be lovely chicken casserole, 🙂

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    Annette Oliver
    8th January 2016

    I would chop the onions for my favourite fish curry and rice

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    Sarah N
    8th January 2016

    I’d chop a load of veg and make a lovely hearty soup

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    Teresa Lee
    8th January 2016

    I’d use them to chop some veg and make a spicy beef stew

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    Hayley Colburn
    8th January 2016

    My Sunday spuds and veg 😀

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    Hannah Igoe
    8th January 2016

    I would slice a red onion and cook a stir fry

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    Charlotte Cottam
    8th January 2016

    definitely for chopping up all the veg needed for a nice roast, i can already taste it!

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    Jayne T
    8th January 2016

    I would try out the Paring Knife first, for slicing up a crisp apple, thanks.

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    Lisa Wilkinson
    8th January 2016

    I would use it to chop all the veg for my healthy salads I’m currently having for lunch

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    EJ Dunn
    8th January 2016

    I would use it to take chicken thigh off the bone in order to make Bourbon Chicken which is one of the most gorgeous meals I’ve every made!

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    Alison
    8th January 2016

    Making my Chicken and veg soup,as i have Athritous and my knives dont chop anywhere as good as these will 🙂

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    Sharon Burroughs
    8th January 2016

    I’d use them chopping swede when making a stew.

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    Suzanne Maher
    8th January 2016

    I would have to use them on the veg and meat for sunday dinner

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    David Crabb
    8th January 2016

    We’d probably use them to make one of our homemade vegetable soups.

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    Lisa J
    9th January 2016

    I’d use the chef’s knife to chop loads of veg for a stew and a soup. There is something very satisfying about chopping veg with a good knife!

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    Susan Elai Kelly Carter
    9th January 2016

    I would prep my veggies for roasting down and then add some of them to a soya ‘wellington’ and save the rest for making veggie burgers. It would be great to have knives that can cut through butternut squash etc with ease and not end up with uneven sizes that won’t cook at the same rate.

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    Sue Wickins
    9th January 2016

    I would make French onion Soup… the knives look perfect for thin slicing

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    Ashley Thompson
    9th January 2016

    I’d use them on my potatoes, carrots, leek, broccoli, parsnips and make a lovely roast dinner!

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    Tim Woolfenden
    9th January 2016

    Would chop chicken for a lovely casserole

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    EJ Dunn
    9th January 2016

    I would use the knives to take chicken thigh meat off the bone to make Bourbon Chicken

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    Emily Fowler
    9th January 2016

    I’d make a potato and leek soup to warm us up in this cold weather!

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    Jessica Hutton
    9th January 2016

    Cutting chicken. I hate the feel and it’s so much faster with a good knife xx

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    Esme mccrubb
    9th January 2016

    I WOULD PREP LOADS OF VEG FOR MY BATCH COOKING

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    Ann Williams
    9th January 2016

    I would prepare a stir fry. The knives would make short work of chopping up all the ingredients, great when you are in a hurry.

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    Chloe Bailey
    9th January 2016

    I’d cut up vegetables for my slimming world chunky vegetable soup!

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    ValB
    9th January 2016

    I would chop up loads of onions to make a winter warming pot of french onion soup – my favourite

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    Mr James Holyland
    9th January 2016

    I’d chop one of them difficult to chop butternut squashes up and would be relieved if it was easy to do! It would go with my chicken and roast potatoes

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    Vicky T
    9th January 2016

    If I win these, I promise not to put them through the dishwasher!

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    sion manley
    9th January 2016

    chopping up ved for soups and stews

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    olivia Kirby
    9th January 2016

    I would make something for the slow cooker, so perhaps a beef casserole with lots of veg to bulk it out.

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    Heather Brannan
    9th January 2016

    I’d use the knife set for slicing up veggies for a lovely veggie curry. Yummy!

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    Bridgette West
    9th January 2016

    These would be perfect for my new passion – vegetarian sushi, I need a sharp knife to be able to cut the slices when it has been rolled, I havent quite got the hang of making it yet I end up with rice in my hair and have found it in places I dont care to mention!

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      Choclette
      9th January 2016

      Haha Bridgette, I understand completely. My attempts at sushi have looked less than perfect.

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    claire york
    9th January 2016

    I’D CUT MY POTATOES AND MAKE SOME CREAMY MASH!

  330. Leave a Reply

    Emma Davok
    9th January 2016

    I’d use it when making a salad 🙂

  331. Leave a Reply

    Sarah Jane Slat
    9th January 2016

    Chopping veg and dicing meat for my stir fry’s x

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    samantha price
    9th January 2016

    never seen anything like theese before

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    Rebecca Ruff
    9th January 2016

    I’d make a nice stew with beef and lots of yummy vegetables. The knives look perfect for cutting up all the ingredients.

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    barbara M
    9th January 2016

    It would be a casserole has it would be great to cut the sweed and carrots up has my knifes are not very sharp

  335. Leave a Reply

    liz ferguson
    9th January 2016

    finely sliced tomatoes for sandwiches .. usually tomatoes are squished and torn rather than sliced because my knives are so dull xx

  336. Leave a Reply

    Michaela Smith
    9th January 2016

    Loads of lovely winter vegetables to make a nourishing and tasty soup or a veggie stew with dumplings 🙂

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    tina edwards
    9th January 2016

    id use this for preparing veg, my small veg knife has somehow dissappeared

  338. Leave a Reply

    Michelle Jenkins
    9th January 2016

    I would chop vegetables and steak to make a gorgeous warming winter stew – healthy too.

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    kelly cleeton
    9th January 2016

    I would chop an onion for my infamous spag bol!

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    Susan Race
    9th January 2016

    An onion! Our current knives are rubbish at cutting onions! I’d probably make a soup with it.

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    Allie Campbell
    9th January 2016

    Would make a hearty beef stew, with lots of veggies.

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    Jamie
    9th January 2016

    I would make a nice winter Vegetable soup 🙂

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    Jamie
    9th January 2016

    Sorry I didn’t see the 10 words so here again; I would make a nice winter Vegetable soup with Parsnips and Artichoke that I bought from the greengrocers yesterday 🙂

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    jem
    9th January 2016

    Everything, vegies, meat and maybe even a delivery box or 2

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    gemma nisbet
    9th January 2016

    I would make a nice beef stew. I would chop up cheap cuts of beef with this fabulous set then use it to chop all of my vegetables. Thanks for the chance.

  346. Leave a Reply

    Polly Power
    9th January 2016

    So many times my husband complains we do not have a decent proper knife, voila problem solved with this set

  347. Leave a Reply

    Clare Hubbard
    9th January 2016

    I would make a nice chicken curry, dicing some chicken thighs and onions sounds like a doddle with these knifes

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    Margery L
    9th January 2016

    it would depend when it arrived, but we eat a lot of onions and mushrooms, but it is a fair guess they would be the first things under the knife 🙂

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    Joanne Benham
    9th January 2016

    Chopping potatoes to go in my new favourite soup – watercress with a poached egg – courtesy of masterchef 🙂

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      Choclette
      10th January 2016

      Love watercress soup, but never tried it with a poached egg – nice idea.

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    jen morgan
    9th January 2016

    a yummy veggie soup x

  351. Leave a Reply

    Eileen Tingle
    9th January 2016

    I’d prepare a vegetarian stew with carrots, runner beans, potatoes and soya pieces.

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    sarah-dawn pope
    9th January 2016

    I would start with onions and garlic for a delicious rajma masala

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    Diana
    9th January 2016

    I would chop onions, carrots and all other vegetables together with meat to make yummy stir fry with noodles 🙂

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    SUSAN L HALL
    9th January 2016

    We like to make our own beef Jerky and you have to slice it thinly while semi frozen to get the best results – needs a good knife set to do this and these would be perfect

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    Rahela
    9th January 2016

    I would make a curry, using these sharp knives to cut the onions and vegetables finely

  356. Leave a Reply

    Brtenda Wilkes
    10th January 2016

    Prepare vegetables for a roast.

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    Emma Ridgway
    10th January 2016

    I’d chop carrots, onions, celery and potatoes and make a delicious chunky vegetable soup.

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    ellie spider
    10th January 2016

    as I’m currently on a diet I would use them to chop up a tonne of veggies to make into a nice curry 🙂

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    Kerry W
    10th January 2016

    I’d probably do a veggie chilli. So I’d be grateful for some good knives to chop up the veg!

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    Rebecca Roberts
    10th January 2016

    Onion and a curry

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    jessica
    10th January 2016

    I would make a hardy scouse

  362. Leave a Reply

    Karen Foster
    10th January 2016

    As part of my healthy eating plan I would make a delicious, nutritious chopped salad.

  363. Leave a Reply

    Kim Lam
    10th January 2016

    I’d have a go at sushi. You really do need decent sharp knives to slice the raw fish

  364. Leave a Reply

    Kayleigh
    10th January 2016

    I would make a big beef casserole

  365. Leave a Reply

    Lynn Woodcock
    10th January 2016

    I would slice some tomatoes, very tricky with a blunt knife!

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    Chris Bell
    10th January 2016

    I’d be making myself a beef stew, so I’d need to use at least two of the knives! OooooH THREE actually because I’d have to use the bread knife for cutting up the crusty fresh bread! 😀

  367. Leave a Reply

    Kim Styles
    10th January 2016

    I would make Panhaggerty as there is lots of slicing involved

  368. Leave a Reply

    Robert Slipper
    10th January 2016

    Something the Maltese call ‘Minestra’. A mixture of various vegetables chopped and sliced to medium size chunks and stewed for around 20 minutes – much nicer than it sounds, especially if you bung in a tin of baked beans for good measure.

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    Paula Barker
    10th January 2016

    cut up fish for a fish pie, I hate that job, and having a sharp knife would make it so much easier and quicker!

  370. Leave a Reply

    Victoria Middleton
    10th January 2016

    My favourite Mushroom Soup

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    Antonio Santos
    10th January 2016

    I always struggle to find good knives at an affordable price. These seem just perfect.

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    sharon martin
    10th January 2016

    i’d use the knives to chop vegetables first to go with my roast beef

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    J Watts
    10th January 2016

    I would use the knifes to chop vegetables efficiently and make a vegetable pasta

  374. Leave a Reply

    Meena Hindmarch
    10th January 2016

    Use it on lots of veggies to make a delicious veggie curry

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    Natasha R-M
    10th January 2016

    I would cut up a fresh swede into perfect dice for a wholesome vegetable stew.

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    mike proffitt
    10th January 2016

    I would use them on some veg to make a great veggy curry

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    simon hardy
    10th January 2016

    beetroot from my allotment

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    Cerys John
    10th January 2016

    I would make a soup with lots of tough to chop veggies!

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    lyn geddes
    10th January 2016

    I’d cut fresh crusty bread. My knives are ancient and I can’t cut a straight piece (although maybe that’s just me!)

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      Choclette
      10th January 2016

      I’m hopeless at cutting a straight slice of bread too Lyn and I don’t think I can blame the knife 😉

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    Caroline Signey
    10th January 2016

    I would chop up cauliflower for a creamy cauliflower cheese

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    Rebecca Howells (@PeanutHog)
    10th January 2016

    I’d use it first to cut up vegetables for my guinea pigs tea! (They usually get fed before me as they won’t stop squeaking when they hear the fridge opening!)

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      Choclette
      10th January 2016

      Oh I love guinea pigs. We used to have them years ago, but sadly can’t accommodate them now. We used to let them out to graze on the lawn.

  382. Leave a Reply

    Claire Ward
    10th January 2016

    I would use it to make Sunday lunch

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    sandy ralph
    10th January 2016

    I would use it on a swede first and other root vegetables and some beef to make a lovely stew and dumplings

  384. Leave a Reply

    Stacy Fenemore
    10th January 2016

    I would use them on onions to make a yummy french onion soup

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    Lauren Old
    10th January 2016

    I’d use it to chop onions for a risotto

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    Jayne K
    10th January 2016

    The first item I’d use one of them on is a tomato as I’ve only got one knife that’s really good at slicing them. So I guess I’d be having a cheese and tomato sandwich. Then I’d have to test them out on slicing veg and meat for a nice stir fry with rice vermicelli.

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    Jodie W
    10th January 2016

    Onions, to make a wonderful french onion soup

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    Michelle orchard
    10th January 2016

    I would make a roast dinner and use it to chop the swede, cabbage and peel/slid my potatoes

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    Lesley Bambridge
    10th January 2016

    One of my favourite meals is red cabbage, leek and onion stir fry with salmon. I would use it to chop up all the veg.

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    Darlene
    10th January 2016

    I’d use it to chop up all my vegetables for my spaghetti bolognese recipe. Should make easy work of it.

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    Jenny Jones
    10th January 2016

    I would use it to slice my home made bread with

  392. Leave a Reply

    megan clark
    10th January 2016

    Would love these, I’m forever replacing my rubbish knives with equally rubbish ones as I cannot seem to find an affordable set that can cut more than a soggy carrot!

  393. Leave a Reply

    Laura Caraher
    10th January 2016

    Sushi and sashimi

  394. Leave a Reply

    karen clapp
    10th January 2016

    i would chop up a lot of root vegetables and create roasted winter vegetables

  395. Leave a Reply

    Alison
    10th January 2016

    I would make a spaghetti bolognese, chopping celery mushrooms onions and garlic would be easier with these

  396. Leave a Reply

    James Mullen
    10th January 2016

    I’d use a Precision knife to slice some potatoes for a cheese & potato bake.

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    Valerie Seal
    10th January 2016

    I’d use the bread knife first as we never have enough of them. It would be for my lunchtime sandwich I suppose.

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    Karen Dixon
    10th January 2016

    precision knife for chopping some potatoes for salad

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    Linda
    10th January 2016

    I would use them to make my favourite stuffed butternut squash with feta, red onion and pine nuts – we love it, but it normally takes me ages to prepare, due to my rubbish knives!

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    Amy Beckett
    10th January 2016

    I would use the knives to cuts some onions for tomato with meatballs

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    steven beasley
    10th January 2016

    I would use the to slice the vegetables to go into a lovely warming beef casserole.

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    Pauline Wilson
    10th January 2016

    I would make a beef stew and chop loads of veg with the knives to go in it like turnip, onions and carrots

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    Donna Caldwell
    10th January 2016

    I would make a lovely Irish stew ,chopped carrots, onions and potatoes in it

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    Victoria Parry
    10th January 2016

    I’d use it on an onion to make a lovely shepherds pie!

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    Lyndsey Beckford
    10th January 2016

    I would use them to chop lots of healthy vegetables and make a big pot of soup. I’m on a healthy eating regime! 🙂

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    cathyj
    10th January 2016

    use them for chopping the vegs i use for my stir frys

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    claire davey
    10th January 2016

    I use one to cut up some beef and vegetables to make crispy shredded beef in thai sauce with crispy noodles and black bean sauce xx

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    Serena La Pietra
    10th January 2016

    I’d make our family favourite of a beef teriyaki with mange tout. That way I can use lots of different knives.

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    Chris Fletcher
    10th January 2016

    With my new year health kick I will probably use them on another salad if I win!

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    Jenny Barker
    10th January 2016

    I would treat my friends to a dinner party so lots of veg to prepare :0)

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    Karen Usher
    10th January 2016

    I would be making a traditional Scotch Broth soup, so I would be using my new knives to slice up all the vegies…making them nice and chunky! Just the way I like it!

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    claire fawkner
    10th January 2016

    Amazing! I would use it to cut up all the veg for a huge family sunday roast!

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    Anneka Hulse
    10th January 2016

    i would use the Deba Knife to make a tuna and vegatable pasta and use my new knife to chop the vegetables and tuna

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    Paul Nichol
    10th January 2016

    I would make some sweet potato wedges and add them to a nice healthy meal

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    Lucy Carter
    10th January 2016

    I’d chop an onion for a bolognaise

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    Stev Rigby
    10th January 2016

    I would use a knife on some root vegetables and make myself some vegetable soup.

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    Kirsty Woods
    10th January 2016

    I would make a fruit salad, these would really help chopping up the different fruits

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    Jane Gorton
    10th January 2016

    We like making Chow Fang (it is rice with anything we have in the fridge!) so if I won we could test these on all the vegetables. Fantastic prize, thank you for hosting this competition xxxxxxx

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    Suzie Wilkins
    10th January 2016

    I’d chop an onion and make a risotto… onions are a good test I think!

  420. Leave a Reply

    Sheri Darby
    10th January 2016

    A vegetable casserole

  421. Leave a Reply

    Simon C
    10th January 2016

    To cut up some chicken to make myself a nice warming casserole – i think i`ll be needing it this week! 🙂

  422. Leave a Reply

    Sarah Mills
    10th January 2016

    I would make a lovely lamb roast dinner with all the trimmings x

  423. Leave a Reply

    Vicky Robinson
    10th January 2016

    I would use it to slice and dice onions and leeks for a vegetable stir fry and then continue to slice the rest of the vegetables up 🙂

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    Marjoleine Kok
    10th January 2016

    I would make my secret recipe Italian pasta served with a big bowl of salad 🙂

  425. Leave a Reply

    Petra Hora
    10th January 2016

    Amazing prize! Perfect for chopping veggie for my clean eating diet.

  426. Leave a Reply

    Annamattandlily
    10th January 2016

    crudites for my childrens snack everyday for school

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    claire little
    10th January 2016

    I would use it to cut carrots and make a nice pot of lentil soup

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    Julie Camm
    10th January 2016

    I’d use one of the knives to perfectly slice a roasted joint of beef…

  429. Leave a Reply

    Mary Baldwin
    10th January 2016

    Salad Nicoise – the mix of ingredients will be a real test for new knives.

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    Tracy Ashwin
    10th January 2016

    I’d use it to cut up all my vegetables for my homemade soup. Bad boys- onions first!

  431. Leave a Reply

    Ashley Phillips
    10th January 2016

    I would use it to chop up all the crunchy veg I use in a stir fry

  432. Leave a Reply

    Naomi Manser
    11th January 2016

    Fabulous looking Knife Set to add some style to our kitchen. They would be put to great use chopping up all the vegetables for our delicious stir-fry.

  433. Leave a Reply

    Michelle Wild
    11th January 2016

    I would use the bread knife first to cut my Greek bread thin then use the chef’s knife to cut my tomato extra thin. There is nothing quite like a tomato sandwich!

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    Lisa Mauchline
    11th January 2016

    I’d use them to slice chicken, herbs and chillies and make a green Thai curry. That’s a favourite in our house

  435. Leave a Reply

    Shona J
    11th January 2016

    These would make meal prep/batch cooking easy. Useful for all the veg and prepping of meat.

  436. Leave a Reply

    denise s
    11th January 2016

    butternut squash for soup = it they cope then its good

  437. Leave a Reply

    Richard Green
    11th January 2016

    As we are on a health kick i would be using the knives cutting up vegetables and salads

  438. Leave a Reply

    Martina Alban
    11th January 2016

    I would tried to finely chop onions

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    Chris S
    11th January 2016

    If I was lucky enough to win I would really put the knives to the test and start with chopping a couple of sweet potatoes into wedges. Then I would challenge them to a swede – I have never yet met a knife that can tackle a swede with ease!

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    Sarah Pearce
    11th January 2016

    I would make a chicken tikka curry, if I finally get some nice and sharp knives! x

  441. Leave a Reply

    Wendy Guy
    11th January 2016

    Being a vegetarian it great for the veggies and the new kitchen.

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    ELZBIETA ZNYK
    11th January 2016

    I would make sunday dinner for my family. Pork chops, veg salad and potato! P.S. I love this knife set x

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    jessica cook
    11th January 2016

    I would use it for making a lovely salad

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    emma kinsey
    11th January 2016

    THESE would be great to chop veg in roast dinner and also the meat

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    Hayley Todd
    11th January 2016

    The very first thing I would do with these amazing knives (even the knife block is a work of art!) is to prepare one of my family’s favourite evening meals! A delicious Chinese style stir fry with lots of various chopped vegetables! These knives will make short work of the usual laborious task of chopping all the veg with my current virtually blunt knives!

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    elaine stokes
    11th January 2016

    I would use my new knives to make a stir fry

  447. Leave a Reply

    Laura Whittle
    11th January 2016

    I’d make a spaghetti bolognese and us the knife on the various veggies I sneak in there for the kiddies. I need some good knives to dice everything extra small (so they can’t distinguish it) – celery, carrot, mushrooms and courgettes.

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    Christine Hobbs
    11th January 2016

    Fantastic looking knife block. Stylish quality knives that would look so good out in the kitchen and would be so handy to grab when slicing, dicing, chopping and cubing. Perfect, fingers crossed like my knives x

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      Choclette
      11th January 2016

      Good luck Christine. Having the knives out and looking good has to be a good thing.

  449. Leave a Reply

    Natalie Baugh
    11th January 2016

    I would make a gorgeous steak teriyaki stir fry with lots of vegetables 🙂

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    vicki hennie
    11th January 2016

    In our house friday night is curry night so this would be the first thing i would chop with this great set x

  451. Leave a Reply

    Karen Whittaker
    11th January 2016

    As it’s Winter, I would use the knives to chop up lots of healthy vegetables to make pots of soup to see us through the colder days.

  452. Leave a Reply

    Charlotte Bell
    11th January 2016

    I would love to use these knives! I’ve just got into cooking and my current knives are so blunt!

  453. Leave a Reply

    Pat Stubbs
    11th January 2016

    I would use it to chop the vegetables to go in my Nasi Goreng dish- so much easier to cut veg with a sharp knife

  454. Leave a Reply

    Tess D
    11th January 2016

    Would make a chicken & veg curry and use the knives for the veg and meat chopping to see how good they are x

  455. Leave a Reply

    Melanie Burton
    11th January 2016

    I would first cut up some chicken to make chicken stew.

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    Richard Claydon-Park
    11th January 2016

    I would cut up fillet steak to make Steak Tartare – it must be cut finely, not minced and a super-sharp knife is what is needed for this taxing task.

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    marsha richardson
    11th January 2016

    I would use to chop leeks, potatos and chillis for my special winter warmer soups

  458. Leave a Reply

    Jordan Bentley
    11th January 2016

    I’d use the knives to make a gorgeous chicken tikka masala – the knives would really help to slice the onions thinly!

  459. Leave a Reply

    Dale Dow
    11th January 2016

    cabbage, turnip they are so difficult to cut

  460. Leave a Reply

    Caroline Cordery
    11th January 2016

    I would cut some onions and garlic as that’s always the first step of my recipes.

  461. Leave a Reply

    della pearson
    11th January 2016

    would love this stylish modern set

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    karl jones
    11th January 2016

    This knife set looks like a piece of Art.. The first thing i would use them for is to make a Cassoulet, Its a kind of casserole made with 4/5 types of meat, tomatoes, butter beans and lots of garlic & herbs, delicious for this time of year..Thank you tinandthyme.uk

  463. Leave a Reply

    Pat Healy
    11th January 2016

    Chopping an onion with one of these knives would stop me crying

  464. Leave a Reply

    Erin
    11th January 2016

    The first thing I’d do is dice up some tomatoes and onions for a nice fresh salsa!

  465. Leave a Reply

    adrian price
    11th January 2016

    I`d peel and cut some spuds for lashings of mash

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    ZOE SPINNER
    11th January 2016

    Sweet potatoes. they are tasty buggers!

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    robert charnock
    11th January 2016

    first thing to cut would be a butternut squash

  468. Leave a Reply

    Julia P
    11th January 2016

    lots and lots of healthy veggies to help my diet….2ib gone already.

  469. Leave a Reply

    Abi smith
    11th January 2016

    What a great prize i would love to win! Would look fab in my kitchen!

  470. Leave a Reply

    Terrie-Ann Wright
    11th January 2016

    I love cooking, and I always struggle with the knives I currently own. I would probably do some batch cooking, making up some soups, lasagne, curry sauces etc.

  471. Leave a Reply

    Fiona Timms
    11th January 2016

    carrots and oranges for soup

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    Alison Clark
    11th January 2016

    Im on a health kick at the moment but can’t buy prepacked stuff everything is homemade hereso for me it would be a nice salad with some homemade coleslaw and a jacket potato

  473. Leave a Reply

    Donna lakin
    11th January 2016

    I would try making coleslaw chopping up the lettus oninon and cabbage

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    Emily Hutchinson
    11th January 2016

    I’d try it on a tomato, that’s always the test of a knife! Then I’d use it to make a batch of bolognaise to keep in the freezer for cold winter nights when I’m feeling lazy

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    Karen Richards
    11th January 2016

    Vegetables for the Sunday roast.

  476. Leave a Reply

    LEE HARDY
    11th January 2016

    Would love to make a fancy chicken salad.

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    Tracey S Anderson
    11th January 2016

    I would use them to chop all the vegetables and slice the meat when making a traditional roast beef dinner with all the trimmings mmmmm X

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    tishist
    11th January 2016

    I’d chop some red onion to make a mushroom risotto

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    Natalie hall
    11th January 2016

    I would use them on turnip that would be a great test for the knife for me and would make a lovely homemade vegetable aoup

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    christine westlake
    11th January 2016

    chop some nice veg and chicken breast for a warming casserole

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    Nadia
    11th January 2016

    Would probably use the knives to cut up baby veg to make his puréed food! Takes such effort chopping so hope I win these knives to make life a tad easier X

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    Helen Hames
    11th January 2016

    I’d definitely do a Sunday roast with all the trimmings sure these knives would cut veg like butter xx

  483. Leave a Reply

    Patricia Whittaker
    11th January 2016

    I have an allotment so have lots of lovely veg. I would use the knife to cut up carrots, potatoes, onions peppers and leeks to make a dish of roasted vegetable.

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      Choclette
      11th January 2016

      We grow some of our own veg too Patricia. I find though, it’s not so much the chopping, as the scrubbing that takes so much time.

  484. Leave a Reply

    Matt Brasier
    11th January 2016

    I’d finely chop an onion and then make a lasagne

  485. Leave a Reply

    Karen Jones
    11th January 2016

    Would chop lots of onions for French Onion Soup – and make sure my fingers are well out of the way!!

  486. Leave a Reply

    Nigel Greaves
    11th January 2016

    Use it to trim sprouts to make a spicy sprout curry!

  487. Leave a Reply

    Rachel Bustin
    11th January 2016

    I would use the knives to chop up lots of veg to put in my new slow cooker and make a yummy stew. perfect for the cold weather! xx

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    Rachel craig
    11th January 2016

    I would chop and onion, and then go on to make a chicken risotto.

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    Emma Fox
    11th January 2016

    I would probably chop up some carrots and celery for dips in my packed lunch!

  490. Leave a Reply

    Jo McPherson
    11th January 2016

    I’d use it for my butternut squash – they are so hard to chop

  491. Leave a Reply

    Sarah Rider
    11th January 2016

    I love making fruity smoothies with my toddler, so (under very close supervision!) She would help me chop and slice fruit x

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    Jennifer Rhymer
    11th January 2016

    What a lovely knife block & set. I’d chop all my veg for a lovely lamb casserole which is a favourite in our house 🙂

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    Anne's Kitchen
    11th January 2016

    I would use it to chop red cabbage – always a good challenge especially as I have often managed to slice myself too at the same time!! 😛

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      Choclette
      11th January 2016

      Eek Anne, don’t do that. Mind you if you’re going to, red cabbage isn’t such a bad choice 😉

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    Natalie Catterall
    11th January 2016

    These look like great knives. I would use them to cut salad stuff up to help with my Slimming World xx

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    Emma Whittaker
    11th January 2016

    Mine would be Chicken & Blackbean Stir Fry 🙂

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    pauline black
    11th January 2016

    I would make beef stew and dumplings. Need a good knife for cutting meat!

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    Laura Jeffs
    11th January 2016

    I’d cut all sorts of veggies and I’d do a lovely veggie soup

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    Andrew Tanner
    11th January 2016

    carrots and cucumber will be easy peasy

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    Angela Williams
    11th January 2016

    to cut homemade fresh bread and cheese for a sandwich

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    stacey kavanah
    11th January 2016

    Onion to go in a winter stew

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    Tracey Brookshaw
    11th January 2016

    We would use the knives for chopping up vegetables to make a chunky vegetable soup

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    Pam Francis Gregory
    11th January 2016

    I would get chopping the ingredients for a good curry

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    georgina nathan
    11th January 2016

    I would use them to chop the ingredients make my Chinese chicken noodle soup 🙂

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    Shirley Evans
    11th January 2016

    would chop loads of stew vegetables

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    cat jamison
    11th January 2016

    I’d use it to chop cucumber, ginger and turmeric for my morning smoothie!

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      Choclette
      12th January 2016

      Now that sounds nice. I often add turmeric but not tried it with cucumber too.

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    Laura Harrison
    11th January 2016

    I would use these knives to cut up vegetables for a yummy homemade soup 🙂

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    Erica field
    11th January 2016

    Vegetable soup is yummy, chop lots of it and then slice garlic bread. Yum

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    Diane Wareing
    11th January 2016

    With my new healthy life style change started this would be great for chopping all my lovely fruit and vegetables ready for my soups and juices.

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    Gemma Newton
    11th January 2016

    Id use them to cut up my veg for a roast dinner

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    LORRAINE EVEMY
    11th January 2016

    A nice veggie chilli would be wonderful xxx

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    allison sullivan
    11th January 2016

    id make a fantastic caper salad and cut a nice peice of fish

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    Joanna Sawka
    11th January 2016

    I would prepare a Ceasar salad

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    Katie Walker
    11th January 2016

    My partner is just getting into cooking, I have to cut the onions for him because he hashes it up. I think it might be our blunt cheap knife so would get him on onion chopping duty

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    Rich Hill
    11th January 2016

    Chopping, slicing and dicing some lovely veg for a stir-fry would be my first choice.

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    Sarah Gray
    11th January 2016

    I would chop some lovely winter veg and get it on roast, to go with a healthy bake 🙂

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    JANE KIRK
    11th January 2016

    In desperate need of a quality knife set

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    Nancy Bradford
    11th January 2016

    I got a new wok over the Christmas holidays and I’d use them to make a nice stir fry x

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    Darren Collins
    11th January 2016

    Wow great prize need some new knives ☺

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    Karensalisbury
    11th January 2016

    Be great for chopping my veggies for stew / casserole

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    Helen Hodgson
    11th January 2016

    Perfect for salads & vegetable soups #healthy2016

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    Sarah B
    11th January 2016

    I’d make a stir fry, with a rainbow of vegetables.

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    Popescu Ioana Cristina
    11th January 2016

    I would use it to cut onions for my favourite type of food: chicken curry!

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    Annaloa Hilmarsdottir
    11th January 2016

    I would make a winter salad with avocados, beetroot and chard

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    Nicole S
    11th January 2016

    I think I would first make a stir-fry, would be fun testing it out chopping up all those veggies! 🙂

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    Jo
    11th January 2016

    Soreen malt loaf! damn that squishy tasty snack that my knives won’t cut!

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    Joy Dehany
    11th January 2016

    I’d tackle celeriac, butternut squash and tomatoes. If they can cut those I’ll be very happy! My husband does all the chopping now though due to my silly joints. Thank you!

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    Suzanne Brown
    11th January 2016

    Hasselback sweet potatoes – sweet potatoes are hard to chop!

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    Monika S
    11th January 2016

    I see from comments that I am not the only one wanting to try it on stir fry 🙂

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    Matt Jones
    11th January 2016

    I really cant stand dull knives in the kitchen when cooking!

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    Hekna
    11th January 2016

    They’d be great for making a lovely gratin dish with potatoes, onions and maybe some leeks. These would be great for lots of tasty recipes!

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    Laura VItty
    11th January 2016

    I’d make a yummy pad thai… tasty and healthy 😀

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    Kevin Pike
    11th January 2016

    red onion for red onion chutney

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    natalie wallace
    11th January 2016

    vegetables to make a roast dinner

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    Leanne Bell
    11th January 2016

    Lots of veggies – I would really put the knives through their paces and make a big stir fry x

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    Peter Ck
    11th January 2016

    Tomatoes, tricky beggars – I’d use them in a delicious pizza.

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    Alexander Beaven
    11th January 2016

    The Deba Knife would be ideal for chopping up the veg for the Sunday Roast

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    Lana
    11th January 2016

    To prep multitude of veg for a stir fry!

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