The best chef's knives, according to 10 of the best chefs in America

A native New Yorker, chef Michael Lomonaco has celebrated American cuisine through his classic dishes and innovative techniques for more than 30 years. With a dazzling resume–Le Cirque, 21 Club, Windows on the World (located in the original World Trade Center), and (since 2006) Porter House New York–Lomonaco has seen it all. “My everyday favorite knife that I have used for decades is the Wusthof Classic 8″ Chef’s Knife,” he says. “I have a collection of knives, many of which are used often, some less so, but this knife is the first one I select for most of my cooking-prep needs.”

“Raw vegetable prep was a daily part” of Lomonaco’s early career, so he was never without his 10″ chef’s knife. “But eventually as my scope of work changed and my cooking style evolved, the 8″ became my go-to knife of choice for its wide, high-quality blade.” And as for the Wusthof brand, “it’s an excellent all-around kitchen workhorse,” he says. (£169.95, williams-sonoma.com[1])

References

  1. ^ williams-sonoma.com (www.williams-sonoma.com)

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