Rada Knives Rock!
Can I say Wow or what?
I have never even heard of these knives before this week. We were “Up North” in Ontario at our cottage, and we went to the flea market they hold on Sundays in Grand Bend. We came across this random vendor, who had a booth of all sorts of miscellaneous things. I spotted these knives he had called Rada Cutlery.
What caught my eye was the aesthetics of it. I love things, where the entire piece is the same color…It just looks clean and streamlined. Even the chef’s knife was lightweight, although I do still love heavyweight chef’s knives…But, let’s face it: Many people are intimidated or even scared of a heavy chef’s knife. I know many feel they have more control over a lighter weighted knife.
Now, he had a peeling paring knife, granny paring knife, chef’s knife and a tomato slicer. We purchased the chef’s knife and a peeling paring knife, just in the hopes that they would be useful. They blade is stainless steel and the handle is made out of aluminum.
The casing says it is made from high carbon stainless steel, and it is made in the USA.
That afternoon, we had a chance to use these beauties. I grabbed the peeling paring knife to cut the top out of a tomato, then proceeded to cut the tomato into slices with the chef’s knife. It cut like it was a piece of butter. I didn’t even have to saw, or push down with it. That blade was so sharp, it was fantastic!
Needless to say, we wish we would have bought the entire lot of them, and hope that we will be able to go back this weekend to do just that!
Rada Knives get a 5 Star Cooking With Kimberly Rating! Fantastic!
I even found them online for you, and I wish I would have bought them through this link because it is about 1/3 the price…But, how were we to know! I know what I’m going buy for the next wedding or housewarming gift!
Check them out…You’ll be glad you did!
Kimberly Edwards 😀
P.S. They even have great steak knives:
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