z K Sabatier 6 Piece Flat-back Steak Knives with Cherry/Walnut Block 11106STEAKDROITSPOA
z K Sabatier 6 Piece Flat-back Steak Knives with Cherry/Walnut Block 11106STEAKDROITSPOA
z K Sabatier 6 Piece Flat-back Steak Knives with Cherry/Walnut Block 11106STEAKDROITSPOA
z K Sabatier 6 Piece Flat-back Steak Knives with Cherry/Walnut Block 11106STEAKDROITSPOA
z K Sabatier 6 Piece Flat-back Steak Knives with Cherry/Walnut Block 11106STEAKDROITSPOA
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Like having a collection of healthy houseplants, or a large reusable tote bag stuffed to the brim with more reusable tote bags, owning a set of steak knives is a tangible, material proclamation of adulthood achieved. Steak knives appear on seemingly every wedding registry for a reason: They fall into that category of aspirational but non-essential household items you always wanted to have, but maybe never felt the need to drop a serious chunk of change on for yourself. Steak knives are about form and function; they need to be sharp enough to easily slice through a butter-basted ribeye (or a thick slab of broccoli), and they should look good while doing it!!!

Also known as ‘straight edge’, non-serrated steak knives feature a razor-sharp edge that slices right through meats without tearing the fibers, like their nemesis (serrated blades) tend to do. This means you'll get a much smoother, cleaner cut. Steak enthusiasts prefer these clean cuts as they keep all of the meat’s flavorful juices intact with each slice, rather than in a puddle on the plate.

The only “downside” you’ll come across when it comes to straight edge steak knives is they must be sharpened more often since they’re generally used on very hard cutting surfaces (think ceramic plates). 

In most households, steak knives are treated much differently than the knives used for prep. They’re often tossed in drawers and dishwashers with the rest of the silverware – and not many people ever think to have them sharpened. The truth is, steak knives go dull as well, leaving your dinner guests to saw and rip through their steak as if working out was part of the dinner deal!

Instead, try to follow these tips:

  • Be nice to your steak knives (and your guests) by making sure you take care of them.
  • Always wash your knives by hand if you can and be sure to thoroughly wipe them dry.
  • Take notice of the signs of a dull knife, and if your knives aren’t performing as well as they should, then it’s time to get them sharpened.
  • Don’t throw them in that drawer! Instead, invest in some proper knife storage, like in-drawer knife blocks – or you can grab one of our Steak Knife hand made blocks made with Walnut and Cherry wood which are not only practical but also make a nice addition to your kitchen counter.
  • From forging to packaging, we guarantee that all our operations are performed in the Thiers region in FRANCE by skilled workers to ensure a professional quality craft finish.