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Knives

How to choose the best butchers knife

How to choose the best butchers knife

Business in your shop can run smoother if you have a high-quality butcher knife to get the job done — from the first slice in the wee hours of the morning to the very last cut in the evening before heading home. It is important to know that butchers knives...

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How to help your customers choose the best steak

How to help your customers choose the best steak

When it comes to choosing the best steak, not every customer knows exactly what they want. That’s one of the key reasons they’ll be at the butcher’s counter - they’ll be relying on you to advise them! Therefore, as we’ve covered previously, you’ll need to know the answers to questions...

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The best tools to sharpen your butcher's knife

The best tools to sharpen your butcher's knife

It's no secret that working with a dull knife can be difficult. It requires more physical effort, costs you time and delivers sub-standard results, as well as putting you at risk of an accident. Like any tool, knives require maintenance to ensure they continue to work effectively, but with so...

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Honing vs sharpening - which is best for your butcher's knife?

Honing vs sharpening - which is best for your butcher's knife?

Maintaining a sharp blade on your knife not only makes your work easier and more efficient, but a using a sharp blade also keeps you safer at work. The ideal knife will cleanly cut and slice through meat effortlessly, and investing in a quality sharpening tool will mean that you...

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Are burger presses really worth it?

Are burger presses really worth it?

Burgers, hot dogs and food like them tend to see their heaviest consumption in the sunny barbecue weather of our summer months, but don't write them off just because the weather's cooled off - they’re pretty popular options all year round! Handmade burgers are often an enjoyable challenge for aspiring...

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Our comprehensive guide to boning knives for butchery

Our comprehensive guide to boning knives for butchery

If you’re a professional butcher, you may well have already heard the question: ‘do you actually need a boning knife?’ Obviously, it’s not a question with a universal answer – it really depends on the quantities and types of meat you’re handling on a day to day basis. Essential or...

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Stay at the cutting edge with the 5 best butcher’s knives

Stay at the cutting edge with the 5 best butcher’s knives

If you want to get the task done quickly, effectively and efficiently, it’s vital to have the right tool on hand for the job. That’s a great rule of thumb for almost any hands-on industry, but it’s especially true for butchery as well. To make sure you’re prepared for every situation, we’ve...

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Cut down on waste with seam butchery

Cut down on waste with seam butchery

Butchers all over the world each have their own preferred techniques for cutting meat. Often, it depends on the exact nature of their job – whether they’re cutting meat to be sold directly to the public, or whether they’re working in-house at a restaurant or other establishment, for example. Hi-tech...

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The right way to cut your tomatoes

This week its British tomato week, set up by the British Tomato Growers Association to emphasis they grow their tomatoes naturally.

Tomatoes are also a great food to demonstrate the quality of kitchen knives and how well they cut tomatoes as well as the level of skills the chef has whilst cutting them.

Most people who have had used the wrong knife to cut a tomato would reveal that mess and frustration that shortly follows.

Butchers Equipment shows you how you can cut your tomato without the mess and the frustration.

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End of the butty? Four alternative ways to use bread knives

 

A massive 50 million fewer loaves of bread are being sold in supermarket according to reports released this week.

The timeless tradition of preparing sandwiches before work has fallen out of favour with modern Britain’s who prefer meal deals at supermarkets. In 2015 bread sales lost 5.4% of its value but this year has reduced even further by 8.9%, bringing the value beneath £1.5bn mark.

But what will happen to the reliable bread knife if loaves completely lose favour with the British public? At Butcher’s Equipment we have found four alternative ways you can still put our bread knives to good use.

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