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Check out this deal on a knife designed by Milk Street’s Christopher Kimball

Deal prices and availability are subject to change after publication.

TL;DR: From September 11, the Milk Street Santoku knife will be available(opens in a new tab) for just $49.95 instead of $89.95 – that’s a 44% discount.


Whether you’re a pro chef or completely new to the kitchen(opens in a new tab)One thing you should have on hand is a high-quality all-purpose kitchen knife. Cheap knives may start out sharp, but they can get boring and dangerous fast.

If you’ve never heard of it, Milk Street is a globally renowned cooking platform, with its own TV show, cookbooks, and product lines. Own of Milk Street Christopher Kimball designed the Milk Street Santoku knife, a universal kitchen knife that could be the hub of your kitchen prep. It retails for $49.95 (Reg. $89), a deal you won’t find anywhere else.

A kitchen knife designed by a kitchen master

The Milk Street Santoku knife is a wonderful kitchen tool that you might even use to cook more often. It has a 7″ rounded sheep foot tip(opens in a new tab) unlike the regular triangular blade of many chef’s knives. The curvature of the blade is designed to rock back and forth with ease while chopping and chopping. It is generally thin and light, and with practice it could slide through a lot of soft foods.

The Santoku handle has an ergonomic “lock-in” design. It is made of a matte finished polymer with a wide top and a narrow bottom to evenly fill the palm. If you want to use a pinch grip and hold the blade itself as you cut, it has a scalloped heel and an embossed pattern that can make it easier to hold. You don’t have to be a master chef to use it, but you must be 18 years or older to buy it.

Discover how much you like to cook with the Milk Street Santoku

Designed by award-winning chef Christopher Kimball, the head of a world-renowned cooking platform, this knife could be your new favorite piece in the kitchen. Buy the Milk Street Santoku Knife(opens in a new tab) for $49.95 (Reg. $89), a price you won’t find anywhere else.

Prices subject to change.

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