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Want perfect slices at your holiday table? Lose the chef’s knife.
What We Learned
There you are at the head of the table, with family and friends arrayed expectantly on either side. You’ve got a carving fork in one hand and a chef’s knife in the other. It doesn’t end well: Before long, the rosy roast is reduced to a pitiful pile of slabs and shaggy slivers.
If you’re spending time and money on a special meal, it’s worth getting the right tool to serve ...