Ways to Act Like A Chef

Here, Food & Wine's guide to the flavors, equipment and social-media moves you need to master right now to be like a chef. By Michael End...
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Buy Bespoke Steak Knives

Any serious chef sources high-quality meats, but only the truly devoted also search out the best steak knives for their customers. “The restaurant’s name means ‘to carve’ in Italian, so we couldn’t just have some generic steak knife,” says chef Matt Molina of L.A.’s Chi Spacca, who buys elegant blades from Wyoming’s New West KnifeWorks (newwestknifeworks.com). Unlike most steak knives, these won’t shred your dinner. “I didn’t want one that tears the meat—this knife slices cleanly.”

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