October 21, 2009

Wusthof 7 Piece Garnishing Kit

wusthof_garnishing_kit.jpgOur enrollment in the Bar Smarts Wired course has gotten us thinking a lot more about the parts of a drink that we usually didn't pay much attention to. An example? The garnish. We historically thought of garnish as something to toss on the cocktail napkin so it doesn't get in the way of your drinking. But we're starting to see that the garnish can be the unsung hero of a drink, adding flavors and excitement to a cocktail, or at least a little zazz.

Our Bar Smarts kit came with a good channel knife, but of course, being the Snobs we are, we want more. We gravitated toward Wusthof, a brand we trust and have had good experiences with, which includes a channel knife, zester, double-edge peeler, butter curler, melon baller, and corer. We know it's pretty expensive, but hey, it comes in a sweet carrying case so you can feel like a real chef when you whip it out.

Wüsthof 7-Piece Garnishing Tool Kit

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Posted by Jake Jamieson at October 21, 2009 8:04 AM
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Posted by: Kanli1623 at December 5, 2013 1:47 AM

Seems like a good spot to thank you for introducing me to the Bar Smarts online program. I finished it earlier today, and I learned way more than expected. Good call on that recommendation.


Posted by: Syd at October 27, 2009 1:59 PM
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