Slice and dice.
Great chefs and overrated snobby chefs both have one thing in common: they will go on and on about how important it is to have a good knife and to keep it really sharp. The great chef, if faced with your kitchen drawer full of dinged up blades, will politely sneak out to their own car and produce a much better blade “to save you the trouble of the dishes,” whereas the snobby chef will give you a tedious lecture about the importance of proper blade maintenance.
Most of us don’t really need the lecture (or the pity blade from the car). What we actually need is to be set up for success by having a nice clean set that (A) comes with a sharpener, preferably in a snazzy matching color, and (B) comes with blade guards to keep sharp edges sharp even if the realities of our kitchen mean they’re going to end up tossed in a drawer together anyway.
Today’s deal is that.
You’ll get all of the sizes and shapes of blades that you realistically need in your choice of fun colors that will make you feel good about cooking. Each color option comes in a subtle rainbow of similar shades which for some reason will really give off the impression that you have your act together. The blade guards are matched to the handle color so you won’t screw that up and the sharpener is so handy and easy to use that you’ll never need to let your blades get dull again.
You can finally be the nagging chef with the sharp blades that you once feared. Tough to beat for sixteen bucks.