2-3/4" Paring Knife
Item # 1720
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Small but steady, this knife cuts fruits and vegetables with ease.
Arguably one of the most used knives in the kitchen. Every chef and family should have at least one.
Also available as a 4" Paring Knife, 2-3/4" Bird's Beak Paring Knife or a Santoku-Style 3" Paring Knife.
- Ergonomic handle
Universal fit for large or small, left or right hands. Thumb and forefinger lock into place for safety and control. Fatigue-resistant design.
- Ultra sharp straight edge
CUTCO's razor-sharp, straight-edge knives can be maintained and sharpened at home.
- Full tang
Blade extends full length of the handle for extra strength and balance.
- FREE sharpening
With CUTCO's Forever Guarantee, we will sharpen, hone, buff, repair and if necessary replace your CUTCO knives and accessories for FREE. No receipt is required.
- Guaranteed Forever
Like all CUTCO products, the 2-3/4" Paring Knife is guaranteed forever.
I use this knife everyday and consider this one a must have. I knew I was going to have many uses for this knife but it surpassed my expectation.
- Made in America
- Blade material440A High-Carbon, Stainless Steel
- Handle materialHighly engineered thermo-resin material. Available in classic brown or pearl white.
- Blade Length2-7/8"
- Overall Length7-7/8"
- Weight1.9 oz. (54g)
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Hold the food to be pared with the fingers and thumb of one hand. Lay the Paring Knife handle across the fingers of other hand (palm up) with the cutting edge of the knife facing you. Allow your fingers to follow the curve of the handle. Place your thumb gently against the food to be pared. Begin cutting a thin layer of the food, using your thumb to rotate the food and guide the blade of the knife.
Pare fruits and vegetables; remove stems and eyes from vegetables; pit plums, peaches and nectarines; create radish roses, celery curls, pickle fans and other decorative garnishes.
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