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Trying to cut tomatoes with a butter knife — or at least feel like you are?
We hear you. What you need is a great set of kitchen knives. There’s nothing like slicing through meat or veggies with a sharp, balanced knife that feels good in your hand. It just makes meal prep that much more enjoyable.
But knives aren’t cheap, and there are literally thousands on the market. How to choose? Well, today it’s an easy decision, because Amazon lets you save up to $122 off on Dalstrong knives for slicing, dicing, cutting, carving and more. Hurry: The sale is just for today.
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These are no ordinary knives — they have cutting-edge technology, literally! The black pakkawood handles imported from Spain are laminated for stain-resistance and triple-riveted for strength. The blades, crafted from a single piece of high-carbon ThyssenKrupp German steel, are brutally sharp. The knives are satisfying to hold, with perfect balance for both heavy-duty and delicate cuts. Bring your kitchen to the next level and check out the deals below.
Dalstrong Chef Knife - Gladiator Series - 8"
One promising review: "Great food starts with the knife, and this one fits the bill exceptionally well. I wouldn't at all be surprised to see this in a chef's hand either. Very, very pleased."
One promising review: "Company did a solid job packaging, and shipping was fast!! The block is well constructed and presents the knives in a handsome, unique fashion. Nothing appears or feels plastic or cheap. Knives are RAZOR sharp, fit comfortably in the hand, and are weighted and balanced well. Handles are finished flawlessly... Truly an unbeatable set for the money."
Al-Jazeera journalist Shireen Abu Akleh was likely killed by unintentional gunfire from Israeli positions but independent investigators could not reach a definitive conclusion about the origin of the bullet that struck her, the US State Department says.Abu Akleh was killed on May 11 during an Israeli raid in the town of Jenin in the occupied West Bank.
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A Black man was unarmed when Akron police chased him on foot and killed him in a hail of gunfire, but officers believed he had shot at them earlier from a vehicle and feared he was preparing to fire again, authorities say.Akron police released video on Sunday of the pursuit and killing of Jayland Walker, 25.
Senior Liberals have suggested quotas for female representation could be part of a suite of measures to make the party more competitive at the next election.Former defence minister Linda Reynolds and former home affairs minister Karen Andrews said greater gender parity would be a way of restoring voter confidence.
Macau has reported 89 new COVID-19 cases, taking the total to more than 900 infections since mid-June as authorities in the world's biggest gambling hub race to contain its largest outbreak since the pandemic began.More than 13,000 people are under quarantine in the Chinese special administrative region, which has effectively shut down to limit the spread of the virus.
Tasmania has launched a review into how a pedophile nurse had worked in a children's ward of Launceston General Hospital amid harrowing evidence from victims at an inquiry.Premier Jeremy Rockliff on Sunday said the state government will establish a Child Safe Governance Review of the hospital and its human resources, to focus on the handling of serious misconduct such as institutional child sexual abuse.
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