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Wusthof Classic 4110 Serrated Utility Knife (Sausage knife ) 14 cm 5"
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- Serrated blade cuts through sausages and fruit skins easily
- Forged, high-carbon stainless steel blade, hand-honed for razor-like sharpness
- Traditional-style composition handle is triple-riveted for strength and permanence
- Dishwasher safe
- Lifetime guarantee
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The CLASSIC 5" Serrated utility knife is smaller than a cook’s knife but larger than a paring knife, making it the perfect knife for magnitude of tasks. A utility knife is much like a versatile paring knife and is perfect for mincing shallots, onions and herbs as well as cutting vegetables or cutting small meats. The added serrated edge has saw-like teeth that enable the blade to slice cleanly through food with delicate textures such as bread or soft vegetables and fruit.
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I also tried it with the titular sausage (cooked brats, precisely). Also cuts really well.
We've loved Wusthif for years, but never expected to notice a difference between budget and quality serrated knives. Quite happy to be wrong!
Name notwithstanding, the edge on this knife is the same as the one on the Wusthof tomato and bread knives, and the knife does in fact do splendidly on tomatoes (which aren't too terribly different from sausage) and crusty bread (as long as it is skinny french bread - get an 8-inch knife for the hefty american stuff).
Where this knife truly excels, however, is cutting citrus. The blade is long enough to handle grapefruit, and the scalloped edge will cut even kumquats and key limes without crushing the pulp.
So, I would have called this the citrus knife (or, maybe, the "soft things with a hard skin" knife). While mine doesn't get used as often as the paring or chef's knife, it's among our kitchen's top-five.
I do not put these types of knifes in the dish washer since the handle is wood, which would wear out over time.
If you have soft tomatoes they cut thru like butter.
The other non serrated Wuesthofs I sharpen myself from time to time but I have them for over 20 years and they just last.
Worth the expense!