Cut meat (and other things).
Here’s the thing about steak knives.
They don’t actually need to match the rest of your silverware. Just because your silverware is silver, for example, doesn’t meant your steak knives need to be.
They can be…whatever.
It seems like this would be a no-no from a table setting standpoint, but it turns out that if you give someone a proper steak, they aren’t going to say anything about whether the handle of their knife matches the handle of their fork.
All they’re going to care about is whether or not it can do the job. Well, today’s deal can do the job.
Unless you’re someone who ruins meat by overcooking it into the consistency of shoe leather before calling it “well done,” this set of knives will slice through like it’s butter. Honestly, even if you do make a terrible, chewy, gross steak…this set of knives is probably up for it regardless.
So now that we’ve established that your knife handles are allowed to be red and that these are really good at cutting things, what else is there?
Dishwasher safe, that’s what.
It’s in the title. And it’s there for a reason. Because nobody wants to deal with some fancy knives that get ruined running through the dishwasher.
So get yourself a set of proper steak knives and smile every time you see their gleaming red handles in the drawer. On top of that, for cutting all the things in your kitchen that aren’t steak, we also have a very pointy/slicey bonus deal as well.