|Product Dimensions||33.97 x 2.54 x 10.48 cm; 113.4 Grams|
|Item Weight||113 g|
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Mercer Culinary Renaissance 5-Inch Forged Tomato Knife
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- Mercer Culinary is synonymous with high quality professional cutlery
- Predominant supplier to more than 90% of culinary academies in North America
- Wide selection of precision culinary tools crafted to exceed the demands of professional chefs
- Exceptional quality materials, unique design, and dedicated craftsmanship
- High-carbon, no-stain German cutlery steel resists rust, corrosion, and discoloration
- Taper-ground edge allows for added stability, easy honing, long lasting sharpness, and increased efficiency when cutting and chopping
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Mercer Culinary Renaissance 5-Inch Forged Tomato Knife. Mercer is synonymous with high quality professional cutlery. A leader in the food industry for more than thirty years and the predominant supplier to more than 90% of culinary academies in North America, Mercer manufactures a wide variety of precision culinary tools that are crafted to exceed the demands of professional chefs. Exceptional quality materials, unique design, and dedicated craftsmanship makes Mercer the first choice for kitchen professionals and food enthusiasts.
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The downside is that the tomatoes I buy can get a little soft just days after purchase. And if, they hide themselves at the bottom of your fridge, only surfacing a week or so later, they can be especially soft and difficult to slice cleanly.
So, when I learned of the existence of a knife specifically designed to cut tomatoes, I knew I had to have one!
After much deliberation, I decided on this little beauty. Solidly constructed and very nicely finished, it is made from German X50 Cr Mo V15 stainless steel. Very durable and very hard. The latter being important as the serrated edge is going to be rather tricky to sharpen, I think.
The blade is very sharp and effortlessly slices even the mushiest of fruits. Its compact size is especially handy for smaller cherry tomatoes which you wouldn’t want to try and hold while attacking with a full-size chef’s or Santoku knife. Handles a variety of small fruits and vegetables and even does a very good job as a mini breadknife when tackling small loaves, rolls and buns.
These knives are commercial grade NSF approved cutlery, and should do just fine in any home kitchen. These are very comparable to other well known high priced German knives, without the name. Actually if you took these and expensive german knives and removed the branding you would be hard pressed to tell them apart. Long ago when I worked in the food industry, most were using either Mercer or Dexter-Russel. I prefer the mercer handle to others. If you want quality culinary industry grade tools, that wont break the bank, then Mercer is probably the best you can get.
This is the equipment you would see as "house" or "supplied" in any industry kitchen. As far as a first set goes, this is a good way to go. If you have a student in the family, or you yourself is wanting to learn more in the kitchen, then these tools will be of great interest to you. All you need is a Chefs,Parring,Slicer/Carver,and wavey/serrated knife 10" or so, at home a 5" is good for me.