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Tarrerias-Bonjean - TB - George 7" Santoku Knife

Discover the George Santoku knife, meticulously crafted in Thiers by renowned French cutler Tarrerias-Bonjean, mostly known as "TB." This knife features a 16.5 cm (7.5") X46Cr13 High Carbon Stainless Steel

Nestled in the heart of Thiers, France, Tarrerias-Bonjean TB has been crafting exceptional knives since 1648. Renowned for their superior craftsmanship, TB Knives offers chefs and culinary enthusiasts high-quality tools that rival big-name brands—often at half the retail cost. Experience the perfect blend of tradition and innovation without compromising quality or performance.

Key Features:

  • Superior Forged Blade: The 7.5"/ 19 cm X46Cr13 High Carbon Forged steel blade ensures exceptional sharpness and durability.
  • Ergonomic Handle:Designed for professional chefs, the lightweight, genuine walnut handle provides a comfortable grip, enhancing precision and control.
  • Aesthetic Excellence: The handle's distinguished look adds a touch of elegance to your table.

Why Choose Maestro IDEAL?

  • X46Cr13 High Carbon Forged steel blade.
  • 5-year warranty under intended use.

 Experience unparalleled performance and design, all proudly Made in France.Elevate your culinary skills with a tool that embodies the perfect blend of tradition and innovation. 

  • Forged full tang
  • 7.5"/ 19 cm Blade
  • 19 degrees double bevel "wedge" angle
  • Hardness 55-56 HRC
  • X46Cr13 High Carbon Forged steel
  • Walnut Handle
  • Made in France
  • Not Dishwasher safe

Cleaning kitchen knives properly is essential to maintain their sharpness and prevent cross-contamination. 

  1. Handwashing: We recommend handwashing your TB George kitchen knives
  2. Use a gentle detergent: Clean the knives with a mild dishwashing detergent and warm water. Avoid using harsh chemicals or abrasive cleaners.
  3. One at a time: Wash one knife at a time to prevent accidental cuts. Be careful around the blade, especially if it's sharp.
  4. Scrub gently: Use a sponge or soft cloth to clean the blade and handle. Avoid using abrasive materials that can scratch the knife.
  5. Dry immediately:Dry the knife with a clean towel immediately to avoid mineral spots.
  6. Proper storage: To protect the blades and prevent accidents, store your knives in a knife block, on a magnetic strip, or in a knife sheath.
  7. Sharpen regularly: Keep your knives sharp by regularly sharpening them with a sharpening stone or honing steel. A sharp knife is safer to use and more efficient in the kitchen. By following these steps, you can keep your kitchen knives clean, sharp, and in good condition for many years.

With its distinct design and versatility, the Santoku knife has become a favorite among many home cooks and professional chefs. Originating from Japan, the Santoku knife is characterized by its shorter blade, typically between 5 and 7 inches, and a flat edge. The name "santoku" translates to "three virtues" or "three uses," highlighting its multifunctional nature. The three uses are slicing, dicing, and mincing.

    • Slicing Vegetables:The flat edge and sharp blade of a santoku knife make it ideal for slicing vegetables with precision. Whether you're cutting cucumbers for a salad or julienning carrots, the santoku ensures uniform slices every time.

    • Dicing Onions and Herbs: Thanks to its balanced weight and razor-sharp edge, the santoku knife excels at dicing onions and herbs. Its design allows for quick, efficient cuts without excessive rocking motion.

    Discover the George Santoku knife, meticulously crafted in Thiers by renowned French cutler Tarrerias-Bonjean, mostly known as "TB." This knife features a 16.5 cm (7.5") X46Cr13 High Carbon Stainless Steel

    Nestled in the heart of Thiers, France, Tarrerias-Bonjean TB has been crafting exceptional knives since 1648. Renowned for their superior craftsmanship, TB Knives offers chefs and culinary enthusiasts high-quality tools that rival big-name brands—often at half the retail cost. Experience the perfect blend of tradition and innovation without compromising quality or performance.

    Key Features:

    • Superior Forged Blade: The 7.5"/ 19 cm X46Cr13 High Carbon Forged steel blade ensures exceptional sharpness and durability.
    • Ergonomic Handle: Designed for professional chefs, the lightweight, genuine walnut handle provides a comfortable grip, enhancing precision and control.
    • Aesthetic Excellence: The handle's distinguished look adds a touch of elegance to your table.

    Why Choose Maestro IDEAL?

    • X46Cr13 High Carbon Forged steel blade.
    • 5-year warranty under intended use.

     Experience unparalleled performance and design, all proudly Made in France. Elevate your culinary skills with a tool that embodies the perfect blend of tradition and innovation. 

    • Forged full tang
    • 7.5"/ 19 cm Blade
    • 19 degrees double bevel "wedge" angle
    • Hardness 55-56 HRC
    • X46Cr13 High Carbon Forged steel
    • Walnut Handle
    • Made in France
    • Not Dishwasher safe

    Cleaning kitchen knives properly is essential to maintain their sharpness and prevent cross-contamination. 

    1. Handwashing:  We recommend handwashing your TB George kitchen knives
    2. Use a gentle detergent: Clean the knives with a mild dishwashing detergent and warm water. Avoid using harsh chemicals or abrasive cleaners.
    3. One at a time: Wash one knife at a time to prevent accidental cuts. Be careful around the blade, especially if it's sharp.
    4. Scrub gently: Use a sponge or soft cloth to clean the blade and handle. Avoid using abrasive materials that can scratch the knife.
    5. Dry immediately: Dry the knife with a clean towel immediately to avoid mineral spots.
    6. Proper storage:  To protect the blades and prevent accidents, store your knives in a knife block, on a magnetic strip, or in a knife sheath.
    7. Sharpen regularly: Keep your knives sharp by regularly sharpening them with a sharpening stone or honing steel. A sharp knife is safer to use and more efficient in the kitchen. By following these steps, you can keep your kitchen knives clean, sharp, and in good condition for many years.

    With its distinct design and versatility, the Santoku knife has become a favorite among many home cooks and professional chefs. Originating from Japan, the Santoku knife is characterized by its shorter blade, typically between 5 and 7 inches, and a flat edge. The name "santoku" translates to "three virtues" or "three uses," highlighting its multifunctional nature. The three uses are slicing, dicing, and mincing.

      • Slicing Vegetables: The flat edge and sharp blade of a santoku knife make it ideal for slicing vegetables with precision. Whether you're cutting cucumbers for a salad or julienning carrots, the santoku ensures uniform slices every time.

      • Dicing Onions and Herbs: Thanks to its balanced weight and razor-sharp edge, the santoku knife excels at dicing onions and herbs. Its design allows for quick, efficient cuts without excessive rocking motion.