Made In Just Launched a Limited-Edition Chef’s Knife That’s Going to Sell Out in Hours

updated May 11, 2021
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A good chef’s knife is the MVP of any kitchen. It should be such a joy to use that you actually look forward to slicing ripe tomatoes, chopping onions, mincing garlic, cutting up cubes of chicken … well you get the drift. It’s one of those tools you can never have too many of, and if you’re looking at your drawer thinking, “There’s definitely space to accommodate one more new knife,” then we have good news for you. Made In just launched a limited-edition chef’s knife that’s just as beautiful to look as it’s functional to use.

If you’re not familiar with Made In, allow us to introduce you to one of our favorite direct-to-consumer cookware companies. The brand makes one of the best carbon steel roasting pans we’ve ever tested, a ridiculously great sheet pan, super-cute tabletop pieces, and so much more.

Now back to this beaut of a knife that was specifically designed to celebrate Chef Stephanie Izard and her This Little Goat spice and sauce line. It packs in all the features of the brand’s classic 8-inch chef’s knife but with a unique detail: a gorgeous handle in a vibrant Belize Blue. Oh, and “This Little Goat” is engraved on the blade to remind you of just how special your knife is every time you pull it out of your tool drawer.

As for the blade, it’s full tang and fully forged, meaning that the knife was created by heating and hammering a single rod of nitrogen-treated stainless steel. Translation: It’s razor sharp and incredibly long lasting. And just like the rest of Made In’s knives, this limited-edition release was expertly crafted by fifth-generation knifemakers in Thiers, France.

If you do need a new everyday chef’s knife or have room in your drawer for one more, get this knife now while you can. Because once it sells out, it’s gone forever.