Choosing a Knife

Food & Wine: Choosing a Knife.
© Klas Fahlén
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Takashi Yagihashi of Takashi in Chicago opts for heavy and large knives. “They’re more balanced and more useful. With my nearly foot-long Misono knife, I can slice a strip steak in just one motion. If I had a smaller knife, I’d have to go back and forth, back and forth,” he says ($300; korin.com).

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