I have been using different Chicago Cutlery® DesignPro™ knives in my kitchen for the past several weeks. Each of the knives features an innovative grip design that guides your hand to the best position for cutting. The way you hold a knife definitely makes a difference in the amount of control you have while you cut. I noticed that when I held my Chicago Cutlery® DesignPro™ correctly, I was able to slice fruits and vegetables, meats and breads more easily than ever. The knives allowed me more control over the thickness (or thinness) of my slices.
My old knife set must be super dull because I’m used to having to hack my way through meats and veggies, but my new Chicago Cutlery® DesignPro™ knives easily cut through anything without me having to saw back and forth. Chicago Cutlery knives are made from ultra sharp Japanese steel for this kind of superior performance. The DesignPro knives have shown me that sharp knives can make kitchen food prep easier and a lot faster, too.
Lately, I have been experimenting with Honey White Bread recipes. It’s so nice to slice through the fresh, warm bread loaves with my DesignPro™ scalloped bread knife. The bread machine recipe I like best (so far) requires very few ingredients and is very easy to assemble. The end result is a fluffy loaf of bread that tastes good and slices well for toast and sandwiches. I could not really taste the honey, but the bread is still yummy.
Honey White Bread (Bread Machine) Recipe
- 1 cup warm milk
- 3 tablespoons unsalted butter, melted
- 2 tablespoons honey
- 3 cups bread flour
- 3/4 teaspoon salt
- 1 1/2 teaspoons active dry yeast
Assemble ingredients in the order suggested in your bread machine manual and bake.
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