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Hone Your Knife Skills With A Tutorial From Martin Teplitzky

Chef Martin Teplitzky is an enthusiastic ambassador for Naufu Knives, exclusively supplied by the Chefs Knife Store. He believes Naifu to be the sharpest chefs knives he has used. He is, as you can read below, a chef of immense experience and uncompromising standards.

In this 12 minute video Martin gives a short master class of essential knife skills including:-

  • Using a paring knife to core, seed and chop tomatoes; hull strawberries; peel and segment oranges.
  • Using a Utility knife to French trim a rack of lamb.
  • Using a 6” Chefs knife to segment a chicken ready for cooking
  • Using an 8” Chefs knife to fine dice onions, julienne slice leeks and chiffonade a cabbage.
  • Using a Carving/slicing knife to serve a rack of lamb
  • Using a Filleting knife to bone-out mackerel
  • Using a Santoku knife to cut thin slices of tuna

Martin Teplitzky

In a career spanning over thirty years, Martin has owned two critically acclaimed restaurants in Sydney, Bon Cafard and the iconic Berowra Waters Inn, reviewed restaurants for the ‘Time Out Food Guide’, run a restaurant consultancy company and lectured in cookery at schools throughout the UK, including Leith’s School of Food and Wine, London. He has had a proud history of teaching and mentoring chefs, notably Sean Moran of Seans Panorama and Rose Gray of The River Cafe. With his produce-driven recipes and through applying culinary principles from around the world, he has created a cooking style that relies on sourcing the finest produce available and treating it with restraint and respect. He has won many awards during his career, including Chef of the Year in his native Australia and twice nominated for restaurant of the year in the UK.

Martin has returned to Sydney where he is establishing the new Take Two Eggs cookery academy.

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Here at Naifu we have designed an elegant new steak and game knife made from fine chef quality knife steel. The handle is particularly comfortable and has excellent weight and balance.

FeedBack

Tuesday, January 3, 2017 - 10:15

I received one of your knives for a birthday present, what a delight. Extremely sharp and an absolute pleasure to use. Am now going to save for the larger knife.

Michael Langton
Tuesday, January 3, 2017 - 10:15

I have just received the knives I purchased and can honestly say they are the best knives I have ever used. Thank you very much for your service!

Zachariah C
Tuesday, January 3, 2017 - 10:15

I recently bought a Tokyo set of knives from you. Just wanted to say what a fantastic set of knives they are and they fully live up to your description of them. Great value as well and I've only cut myself once!!

John McGloin

Tuesday, January 3, 2017 - 10:15

Never got chance to get back to you. Always a bit of a gamble buying online unseen but the knives I bought from you in 2014 are fabulous quality and quite the best knives money can buy. THANK YOU

Paul Redstone

Tuesday, January 3, 2017 - 10:15

I wish we'd bought these years ago. I've always liked the idea of good knives but been unimpressed by the price or the value. I came across reviews of these and bought on the strength of that. They are excellent and very good value for what they deliver.

Fandangoon
Tuesday, January 3, 2017 - 10:00

Great value for money and they feel great to use, good balance and ergonomics. The santoku knife in my set developed a small crack and was replaced without any fuss very quickly. If you are thinking that this might indicate dodgy quality, don't.

R. A. Figgureson
Tuesday, January 3, 2017 - 10:00

Easy to use and very sharp. Threw my old knives away and wondered how I had managed with them for so long! I haven't used all the knives yet, but the ones I have used are supurb and very sharp, it has enticed me to try all sorts of new recipes, so my wife thinks they are also a good idea!

S C Macon
Tuesday, January 3, 2017 - 10:00

Sharper than any kitchenware I have ever used. The layered steel is very visible and looks extremely cool.

Kevin Mcparledon