Wednesday, 6 March 2013

Giveaway Kitchen Devils Peeler/Paring knife and review


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“Everyday Knives for Everyday Cooking” that’s what Kitchen Devil knives are.
Kitchen Devil knives are high in quality, innovative kitchenware for everyday use and a product range that is second to none, Kitchen Devils plays a core part in the daily lives of millions of people.
There are two style ranges of knives available in their collection:

The Lifestyle - Perfect for everyday use, this versatile range makes an excellent choice. Including a variety of serrated, scalloped and hollow
ground blades, each knife offers great value for money.
The handles are comfortable and hygienic because they are moulded onto the blade so that food can’t get trapped. They provide a good balance and a secure, safe grip. The blades are super sharp and made from stainless steel for long lasting sharpness.

Control- The lightweight, ergonomically-shaped handles fit comfortably into the hand. They’re safe because they include a large finger stop and soft grip which provide superior comfort and help prevent hands from slipping. The ultra-sharp taper ground blades are made from high quality Japanese steel for long-lasting excellence.

Both ranges come in a selection of various types of knives such as tomato knife, kitchen knife, cooks knife, utility knife and paring knife and many more. They also supply knife sets, knives with wooden blocks, sharpening steels, magnetic knife holders and kitchen scissors. There are knives to suit every level of expertise in the kitchen and a great choice for any cook or aspiring chef.
The Kitchen Devils range is available at Asda, Morrisons, Lakeland independent kitchen and hardware stores, www.amazon.co.uk or visit www.kitchendevils.com


Kitchen Devils sent me a set of knives and Scissors to test in my simply.food kitchen. I found the knives lightweight, easy to handle and clean and very durable. The most versatile knife I found was the Kitchen Devils Peeler/Paring knife. It is a great two in one gadget which allows you to peel and slice with the same knife. Once you've peeled your fruit / vegetable, just unclip the detachable peeler and slice as required.



Thank you to Kitchen Devils and Fiskars for sending me the knives. The views and opinions expressed on this blog are purely my own. 

Kitchen Devils have kindly offered to give one Kitchen Devils Peeler/Paring knife as a prize to a simply.food reader so that they too can sample it in their kitchen.


          
The Prize Peeler/Paring Knife
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Kitchen Devils Peeler / Paring knife
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123 comments:

  1. Lovely set of knives Nayna.Would love to have it in my kitchen:)

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  2. of course Knives..but I have few more..my Indian pressure cooker and food Mixer..!

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  3. a peeler makes life easier x

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  4. My peeler, makes everything so much quicker

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  5. Lovely set of knives,love to get it

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  6. My veg peeler I peel every type of veg in seconds xxx

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  7. My microwave is my most useful appliance,the one that I have the most reliance,for cooking, reheating and defrosting too,I'm quiet surprised with all that it can do,while it sits there and quietly radiates,its 'become one of my very best mates,without I think I would be quite lost,waiting forever for thing to defrost Barrie Phillips @PhillipsBarrie

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  8. we have an electric tin opener with loads of gadgets on

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  9. At least one good quality v. sharp knife.

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  10. Definitely my knife set for cutting up meat, vegetables, slicing fruit. I don't know how I will manage to prepare a meal without them

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  11. I love my halogen oven our proper big oven is pretty rubbish so my halogen stops us living on microwave meals till it's fixed :)

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  12. has to be scissors in our kitchen

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  13. I definitely couldn't be without my food processor, I use it all the time!

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  14. My little vegetable knife, it's fab and I would be lost without it.

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  15. I could not live without my steamer....I use it almost every day. :-)

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  16. I could not live without my steamer.....I use it almost every day

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  17. Good quality knife sharpening steels.

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  18. Knives look wonderful. I would love to add them to my collection. :-)

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  19. Lovely set of knives. I would be very happy to add one to my collection. :-)

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  20. A pizza cutter - we eat so much pizza in our house that I'd be lost without it!

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  21. My kettle,I couldn't be without that :)

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  22. I must have a sharp paring knife at all times!


    Rafflecopter name: Margot Core

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  23. My food mixer. As a mother to a baby and someone who loves cooking and baking, I couldn't be without it.

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  24. I need some sharper knives! Mine make life harder than it needs to be!

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  25. A good general purpose knife.

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  26. I would hate to do without any of them as I love my kitchen things, but a good nice is of course the bare minimum.

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  27. My diswasher - I make a lot of mess

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  28. A small gadget/tool is my little vegetable knife. I would love to own a set of knives like these!

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  29. I can't live without my set of sharp knives - it's no fun wrestling with a swede/sweet potato when you've got a blunt knife!

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  30. My apple slicer! Kids love it and it helps them eat more fruit

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  31. I cannot be with out knives in the kitchen.

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  32. It would have to be our peeler :)

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  33. My Nan used to peel her potatoes super quickly with a knife, I remember watching her as a child mesmerised! ...I far too dependant on my potato peeler!

    Jen xx
    http://kitsch-n-sync.blogspot.com

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  34. My one touch can opener!! :)

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  35. I would have to say a small, sharp vegetable knife. Life, well kitchen life, would be so much more fiddly without it

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  36. Kitchen scissors! But am in desperate need of a food knife!

    Laura Harris

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  37. Not really a gadget but I love my wok.

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  38. My chef's knife, can't be without it

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  39. cheese grater, I use it to grate chocolate over everything

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  40. can't be without my coffee maker :)

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  41. Apart from knives, which I couldn't live without, it's my kitchen scissors - use them all the time.

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  42. My kettle - I couldn't survive without my coffee!

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  43. My pineapple slicer and corer. they are impossible to cut without one.

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  44. lovely knife set, thanks for the competition

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  45. I have a large serrated knife that my chef son made me buy.. he always moans that my knives aren't any good. He brings his chefs knives home when he wants to cook for us!!

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  46. Peeler! It was my sharpest nice but that snapped last week out of the blue after years of use.

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  47. I've got a knife that is absolutely brilliant. I use it for everything, I would be very upset if it were to 'disappear'

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  48. my cheese grater, still sharp as a razor despite many years of service!

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  49. Think its my chopping boards that I would miss, have quite a few for different things veg/ meat etc., and of course handy to stand a hot dish on to protect my dining table.

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  50. Love my little tomato knife, cuts everything -even tomatoes!

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  51. my little black sharp knife, its the only one i really feel comfy with even tho i got it as a wedding gift 20 years ago.

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  52. A decent tin opener, so frustrating when one breaks and you need to open a tin.

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  53. Garlic crusher - I use it almost every day!

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  54. a flexible spatula for scraping bowls out with simple but effective

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  55. I'm constantly pulling out my spatula.

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  56. I would definitely miss the cheese grater

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  57. I couldn't be without my hand blender; I love making thick homemade soups and using a hand blender is so much easier, and generates less messy ewashing up than using a food processor ...

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  58. In the summer, I cook with cherries, but cannot abide stoning them. I have a fabntastic little cherry stoning gadget that I would really hate to be without

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  59. I'd be lost without my stick blender - there be lumpy sauces galore

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  60. I use a chefs knife at work so miss this when I get home to get nice fine even slices, a decent multi purpose knife makes the prep so much easier!

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  61. My Soup maker, it makes delicious soups without any hassle.

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  62. I love my simple but effective Kitchen Devil Knife sharpener. http://www.amazon.co.uk/Kitchen-Devil-Style-Sharpener-602024/dp/B0041WCM0O/ref=sr_1_57?s=kitchen&ie=UTF8&qid=1363950497&sr=1-57
    I couldnt be without it now!!!

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  63. My pizza cutter, nightmare trying to pizza with a knife, that or my boiled egg slicer, again hard to cut with my knives.

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  64. I have a min blender which I use to make breadcrumbs in. It saves me getting my bigger blender our and also saves on washing up.

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  65. my Magic Bullet mini processor - I use it so often and I never realised how useful it owlud be until I bought it!

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  66. I love kitchen gadgets but I could probably live without everything but a good sharp knife!

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  67. I could not be without a can opener and hope that eventually all cans will have ring pulls on them, makes life so much easier!

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  68. My slow cooker. Its so versatile, and excellent for winter soups.

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  69. My peeler, lost without it

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  70. my Wok for all the lovely stir fries :)

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  71. My potato peeler, we have potatoes in some form or other most nights so its my most used gadjet

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  72. My wok - use it not just for stir frying but as it's got a lid I make spag bol chilli and things like that in it as well

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  73. I have a peeling knife from years ago that is still sharp and I still use it despite the fact that it's been replaced by at least 2 sets of knives since i first got it!

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  74. My LeCreuset Skillet. Cooks perfectly every time and virtually indestructible

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  75. my garlic crusher I use it loads :)

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  76. The thing I need most in my kitchen is a sharp knife. Can't cook properly without one.

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