KitchenAid 14 Piece Cooks Pull Away Steak Block Set
This KitchenAid 14 Piece Cooks Pull Away Steak Block Set features triple-riveted handles with high carbon, precision-ground blades for strength and durability.
- 8 inch chef
7 inch Santoku
8 inch slicer
5-1/2 inch serrated utility
3-1/2 inch parer
kitchen shears and sharpening steel, plus a pull away mini block that you can take to your table with six 4-1/2 inch steak knives.
All knives are kept neat and organized in the included hardwood block. Hand wash with warm water and a mild detergent; rinse and dry immediately.
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