Füri and Rachel Ray Team Up for Snazzy Knives

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Long before Rachel Ray got her hands all over Füri knives, my instructor at French Culinary Institute introduced me to this wonderful little Australian cutlery company. Chef Arlene would slice and dice with her ultra-petite hands faster than anyone I’d ever seen. The woman was amazing, but the Santoku knife she wielded should not be underestimated.

Now the Food Network store is offering these knives as the Füri Rachel Ray 2-Knife Set ($119.95) – you get a 5″ (great for small hands) and a 7″ (better for paws like mine) granton-edge Santoku knife, and it all comes in a snazzy bamboo box, which is great for squirreling the knives away when other, more careless cooks are in your kitchen.