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Anthony Bourdains Favorite Chef's Knife

Town and Country logo Town and Country 10/12/2017 Katie Robinson

This is the Knife Anthony Bourdain Says Everyone Should Own © Hearst Communications, Inc. All rights reserved This is the Knife Anthony Bourdain Says Everyone Should Own
Anthony Bourdain seems to have the answers to all of life's questions.

The Unicorn Frappucino-hating chef has previously schooled us in the art of getting kids to try adventurous foods (his daughter was sucking down oysters at the age of three) and he's also taught us why Kobe beef sliders are the worst trend to ever exist.

But Bourdain's latest piece of advice is perhaps the most useful tip yet. At the premiere of his new documentary Wasted! The Story of Food Waste, he shared that the key ingredient to any kitchen is a good chef's knife - even if you're not an expert.

"As a starter chef knife, The Global is pretty good for a first timer," says Bourdain.

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Buy Now Global Classic Chef's Knife, $99.95

Praised for its ability to slice through both tough vegetables and proteins, the lightweight, stainless steel G-2 is a Japanese knife made similarly to a Samurai sword. It also has a fine-tuned blade that's as sharp as Anthony Bourdain's wit. And if it's good enough for Bourdain, it's good enough for us.

The documentary Wasted! The Story of Food Waste will release in select theaters and on VOD on October 13.

Related documentary: 14 Things You Didn't Know About Anthony Bourdain

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