Chicago Cutlery Knife Giveaway

Chicago Cutlery Knife Giveaway

A great knife makes all the difference in cooking. Chopping and dicing becomes pure fun with a sharp knife that feels like an extension of your hand. Cutting through carrots like butter, knife beating a staccato on the cutting board, saves time and makes you feel like a kitchen rockstar.

I’ve been playing with some new Chicago Cutlery knives from the DesignPro Dual Material line for the last few weeks, knives that are as sharp as they are pretty. I love that they have a thumb and finger grip spot for a more comfortable hold. I feel more in control when I’m chopping carrots and potatoes, and can work faster.

chef's knife

The finger grip on these knives help me remember how to hold my knife correctly.

One lucky reader will also get to try these knives out as well as Chicago Cutlery has offered me an 8″ chef’s knife and a 3 1/4″ paring knife to give away on my blog. The price point is surprisingly low for knives of this quality: the total value of these two knives is $54.98 ($34.99 for the chef’s knife and $19.99 for the paring knife).

To enter to win, please leave me a comment with the kitchen tool you could not live without. I’d love to hear about anything to make my cooking a little easier. I’ll select the winner at random in two weeks on 10/1.

And there’s many ways to earn additional chances to win, just make sure to return here to leave comments for each additional entry. You can:

And don’t forget that you still have a few days to enter to win a gorgeous wooden cutting board and grilling set, courtesy of the National Pork Board.


55 Responses to Chicago Cutlery Knife Giveaway

  1. Sheila says:

    My favorite kitchen tool would have to be my cast iron griddle….I just dont know what I would do without my cast iron stuff! The second favorite would have to be my grater!!!

    Thanks for the give away~

  2. Jeff says:

    My number one kitchen tool is my chef’s knife. I actaually have 3 of them that I kind of rotate through. Right now the favorite is the Schmidt Brothers santoku.

  3. Sleepyheadedmom says:

    I could not live without a meat thermometer. Well , maybe I could but I wouldn’t want to. I hate overcooked chicken.

  4. Sleepyheadedmom says:

    I follow Frenchfoodiemom on twitter (@Sleepyheadedmom)

  5. Brandy Lewis says:

    My measuring cups.

  6. I can’t live without a good knife and cutting board!

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  9. Kimberly B. says:

    I’d have a difficult time without my handheld mixer.

  10. Kimberly B. says:

    I Follow @Frenchfoodiemom on Twitter.

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  14. Vicki Wurgler says:

    my crock pot

  15. Vicki Wurgler says:

    e-mail subscriber

  16. Garima says:

    For me, my kitchen shear… they help with cutting the cilantro to the jalapeno to opening the cheese packet! I love them!

  17. sorry, commented in the FB thingy above, but my answer would be my kitchenaid stand mixer!

  18. I follow on twitter as @stickyprints

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  21. Melissa says:

    Haha, my can opener!

  22. Melissa says:

    I follow you on Twitter from @sippycupmom.

  23. Melissa says:

    I like you on Facebook!

    • chefdruck says:

      Hey Melissa, good to see you here! Now fully in sippy cup mode and think of you often as I try different ones with Sophie. So far… Nuby sport top wins. And it helps her with teething too.

  24. Susan Wolfe says:

    Right now I couldn’t live without my Vitamix. It’s worth every ridiculous penny I paid for it. It makes my morning smoothie, our hummus, ice cream, soup, dips, and sauces. I actually thought about taking in vacation with us, but didn’t. It’s replaced my blender, my Food Processor, my ice cream maker in one fell swoop. It hasn’t replaced my KitchenAid mixer though…but it could. :)

    • chefdruck says:

      Oh Susan, this is a dangerous, dangerous comment. It has induced serious Vitamix coveting on my part. I would love to make easy batches of ice cream, soup, and smoothies. Added to my Christmas list.

  25. sara says:

    My favorite kitchen tool has to be my food processor. I use it all the time!

  26. sara says:

    i follow you on twitter

  27. sara says:

    I am also a FB fan

  28. Jennifer V says:

    I can’t live without my non-stick pan!

  29. Jennifer V says:

    I follow you on Twitter (@jenalber).

  30. Jennifer V says:

    I subscribe to your RSS Feed.

  31. Schmidty says:

    My microplane zester and ribbon grater are my two most useful.

  32. Schmidty says:

    I am one of your twitter followers. @rusthawk

  33. Schmidty says:

    I am one of your FB followers (Rust Hawk)

  34. Schmidty says:

    I subscribed to your RSS Feed.

  35. Carly says:

    I couldn’t live without my good skillet.

  36. Robyn Wright says:

    I have a favorite wooden spoon – not sure where it came from – but it is the one I reach for every time!

  37. Robyn Wright says:

    I follow you on Twitter of course via @RobynsWorld

  38. Audrey says:

    I love many mini food processor

  39. Audrey says:

    I like you on FB

  40. Audrey says:

    I follow you on Twitter.

  41. Staci A says:

    I couldn’t live without our kitchen scissors. I use them for everything!

  42. Staci A says:

    I follow you @mommastacia

  43. Staci A says:

    I’m a fan on Facebook.

  44. Staci A says:

    I subscribe to your rss. Thanks!

  45. Kristen says:

    I couldn’t live with my colander :)

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