Studio William Debuts Meat Blade
Decorated and undecorated Meat Blades
GLOUCESTERSHIRE, England-British flatware company Studio William has debuted the Meat Blade, which it is calling a reinvented steak knife.
The non-serrated Meat Blades, made of German carbon stainless steel, cut cleanly without tearing the muscle fibers, leaving the juices intact and preserving the succulence and flavor of the meat, the company said.
"Good flatware should enhance the dining experience," William Welch, chief executive, said. "We designed the Meat Blade with the professional kitchen in mind, enabling chefs to add a touch of theater to the main course. This affordable set is available to consumers so that they, too, can bring added drama and sophistication to their dinner table."
The knives are available in Larch, featuring a decorative handle, and Mulberry with undecorated handle. They will be showcased at the Ambiente fair in Germany next February.