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Knife suitable for Children

Thanks for the suggestions. He has been helping me with baking for quite a while and loves to be in the kitchen. I want to encourage him to continue to do that and having a safe knife is all part of that.

Jan 18, 2010
lcole in Cookware

Knife suitable for Children

My 4 year old loves to help cook, but I can't let him near any of my knives. Does anyone have suggestions for suitable kids knives. There are some on Amazon, but I'm not sure which to choose.

Jan 16, 2010
lcole in Cookware

Fish House - Monterey's

Passionfish would be a better choice in my opinion. I've been to both places and find the Fish House to be a bit crowded and not much for ambience.

Passionfish has a great menu and a really good wine list that is priced similar to what you would find at any market. They do not have huge mark-ups. The service has always been great and they are very accomodating.

Jan 29, 2007
lcole in California

Really? London Broil is just good for grilling/broiling?

I only let it get a little soft. A nice sharp knife will do the trick just fine.

Jan 24, 2007
lcole in Home Cooking

Really? London Broil is just good for grilling/broiling?

I've used it for making Beef and Broccoli. Take it out of the freezer and while it is still pretty solid, slice it thin and then let it finish thawing in the marinade for the stir fry. That's they only what I have found it can be used in a stir-fry without being tough.

Jan 24, 2007
lcole in Home Cooking