Building a deli board for your next house party? This all-in-one cheese knife is the perfect tool.

As an EDC and knife aficionado, I must say I don’t spend time in the sun with cheese knives. To be brutally honest, I use my regular kitchen knife to cut cheese, chop vegetables, spread peanut butter, and do pretty much everything a knife should do, and I realized that it was a big sin. It cannot be compared to drinking fine wine from a plastic glass. To fix my own methods (and because I’m a cheese buff who doesn’t like to deal with very hard, crumbly, or sticky cheese), I decided to look for the perfect deli knife, but found it was out there. hard cheeses, creamy cheeses, crumbly cheeses and meat, bread, grapes, olives etc. They are separate knives for other delicatessen products. ex-French gastronomy Jérémy Laubriat. The Revel is like no other knife in your kitchen—primarily because it’s designed to literally handle every element of a charcuterie board, from cheeses to hard meats, sourdough breads, and even the occasional acidic fruit to cut through the cheesy richness.

Designer: Jérémy Laubriat

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The Revel knife primarily performs four broad tasks with four different blade styles. A straight edge with a curved profile works well for slicing soft cheeses like brie and camembert, while the back of the straight edge features a wider ax-style blade designed for cutting hard cheeses. Rotate the blade 360° and you have a serrated edge that works great with brittle cheeses like fresh mozzarella or feta or even slicing bread. For picking up pieces of bread, meat or fruit such as olives as well as cheeses, the knife has a forked end which is great for piercing and lifting objects.

The cuts in the blade work cleverly by not only making the blade lighter (and giving you more maneuverability with your wrist), but also preventing cheese from sticking to the blade as you cut. In doing so, Revel honors and respects cheeses and meats by treating them right in a way that truly pleases the perfectionist cooks of France and Italy.

The design of the knife was an iterative process that took a year for Jérémy, who visited Thiers, the French cutlery capital, to help build a prototype. Crafted by the incredibly experienced artisans responsible for creating some of the world’s finest cutlery, the knife is forged from steel and machined for durability over time. Each knife comes with a full blade that extends all the way to the end of the handle and is sandwiched between two pieces of olive wood, which not only gives the Revel knife its signature appeal, but is also an homage to the great master. The role played by olives and olive oil in the European gastronomic process. If you really want to up your Fromage game, the Revel knife is also available with a buffalo horn handle and a pressed amber handle.

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