Best Chroma Knives for Use with Seasonal Carving Stations
Chroma Knife With the arrival of the fall season comes dining situations where one’s carving skills often take center stage. For those who have the right Chroma Knives on hand, the opportunity to carve a beautifully cooked protein is...
With the arrival of the fall season comes dining situations where one’s carving skills often take center stage. For those who have the right Chroma Knives on hand, the opportunity to carve a beautifully cooked protein is welcomed. For those that don’t, well, perhaps dreaded would be the better adjective. That’s because trying to carve meat with an inferior knife can really turn a fine dining experience into a fine mess. With that said, here’s a look at several Chroma Knives that would be perfect for use at a carving station:
Chroma Porsche Designed Type 301 Carving Knife
The 193 mm long Chroma Porsche Designed Type 301 Carving Knife is one product to consider purchasing. It features an 18/10 stainless steel, triangularly-shaped blade with a pointed tip. The pointed tip and triangular shape makes it ideal for slicing modest size meats as well as cutting flesh off of an animal’s bones.
Chroma Porsche Designed Type 301 Boning Knife
Speaking of which, the company also makes a 140 mm long, flexible boning knife too. Its sharp 18/10 stainless steel blade is perfect for carving the breast meat off of small animals like quail, squab, pigeon and mutton birds. Of course you could also use it to carve larger birds, like chickens and turkeys, as well. One of the other features that we like about the Chroma Porsche Designed Type 301 Boning Knife is how it fits comfortably in a person’s hand. As such, you are less likely to lose control over the knife while carving hard to negotiate areas.
Chroma Porsche Designed Type 301 Chefs’ Knife
When it comes time to cut large slices of roast beef, ham or lamb, you may want to grab the Chroma Porsche Designed Type 301 Chefs’ Knife instead. It is 240 mm long, slender and outfitted with a pearl shaped thumb rest. If you prefer a smaller chefs’ knife, the company also manufactures 202 mm and 142 mm long blades too. Either way, all three Chroma Chefs’ Knives feature an 18/10 stainless steel, sharp, triangular-shaped blade. It is quite capable of gliding through the meat in a single motion. Thus, there is less of a chance that you’ll inadvertently make uneven, rough-looking slices.