cheese knife

Discussion in 'Cookery' started by Poppy, Dec 19, 2010.

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  1. I have a cheese knife and board set - the board is wooden with a little mouse carved at one end. I bought it at the Devon County Show whilst on holiday some years ago.
    Sadly the knife has given up on life - blade and handle will no longer remain together when cutting cheese. The knife has Ben Oxley, Thames St, Windsor on it. I can't get a result on an internet search - does anyone living in Windsor know if this store is still there? If not what cheese knife would you recommend I have been looking and not found any I like in the usual department stores.
  2. Boldnotold

    Boldnotold LE Book Reviewer

    Lakeland do a couple of nice ones. And you can shop online!
  3. Use a cleaver
  4. or if you like the knife you have why not re-handle it?

  5. Are cheese knives essential? Considering their limited range of use, can it be justified to need one?
  6. What is wrong with all those you have seen so far, and what would your ideal cheese knife look like?
  7. oh I like that one :)
  8. Of course you don't your knife is too small.
  9. Fang_Farrier

    Fang_Farrier LE Reviewer Book Reviewer

    Who said you had to eat them! Just cut them down for firewood to roast your cheese.
  10. The next time she wants to make her own cricket bat, she'd better not come crying to me.
  11. Bails.....
  12. How incredibly council