As manufacturers of high-quality stainless steel cutlery since 1838; when it comes to kitchen knives, Taylors of Sheffield really know their onions. And their peppers. And anything else that can be sliced, carved, chopped, shredded, or generally cut to ribbons.
Choose the right knife for the job
So when they announced that the next big thing wasn’t a triple-bladed lettuce sword, or a Teflon salami guillotine, but a range of spectacularly colourful kitchen knives; we were happy to take their word for it (shame about the salami guillotine though).
Showcased in a stunning acrylic knife block, this vivid spectrum of knives has everything a budding chef could need. The colourful coating on each stainless steel knife is non-stick, to make short work of meat and vegetables. They’re also incredibly heard-wearing, so they’ll be fine in a dishwasher.
Pink slices Bread
Not that you need to be Heston Blumenthal to tell a paring knife from a bread knife, but having a separate colour for each knife lends them a cheeky charm. The broad gender-friendly range would make a great housewarming gift, or a superb way to encourage timid chefs to get involved. Just don’t make any comments about big purple ones (gigglesnort).