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    $99.99 list($160.00)
    1. Sabatier Loire 14-Piece Knife
    $99.99 list($140.00)
    2. Sabatier Gold 14-Piece Knife Block
    $19.99 list($85.00)
    3. Sabatier ChefStar 20-Piece Cutlery
    $49.99 list($380.00)
    4. Sabatier Precision 38-Piece Knife
    $29.99 Too low to display list($100.00)
    5. Sabatier Precision 20-Piece Knife
    $49.99
    6. Sabatier Grand Chef 5" Bagel Knife
    list($70.00)
    7. Sabatier Grand Chef 4-Piece Steak
    $84.99 list($105.00)
    8. Daniel Boulud Kitchen Infiniti
    $39.95 list($70.00)
    9. Sabatier Laguiole 6-Piece Steak
    $34.88 list($65.00)
    10. Daniel Boulud Kitchen Infiniti
    $39.95 list($70.00)
    11. Sabatier Laguiole 6-Piece Steak
    $84.99 list($105.00)
    12. Daniel Boulud Kitchen Infiniti
    $39.99 list($198.00)
    13. Sabatier Superstar 16-Piece Knife
    $7.99 list($10.00)
    14. Sabatier Precision Kitchen Shears
    $17.99 list($240.00)
    15. Sabatier ChefStar 14-Piece Knife
    $69.99 list($90.00)
    16. Daniel Boulud Kitchen Infiniti
    $84.99 list($105.00)
    17. Daniel Boulud Kitchen Infiniti
    $79.99 list($70.00)
    18. Sabatier Laguiole 6-Piece Steak
    $49.99 list($65.00)
    19. Daniel Boulud Kitchen Infiniti
    $84.99 list($105.00)
    20. Daniel Boulud Kitchen Infiniti

    1. Sabatier Loire 14-Piece Knife Block Set
    list price: $160.00
    our price: $99.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00008DHP2
    Catlog: Kitchen
    Manufacturer: Sabatier
    Sales Rank: 14236
    Average Customer Review: 2.83 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com Review

    Crafted by the French company Sabatier, these Loire knives offer the best of two worlds—they are both beautiful to look at and highly durable. Sabatier manages this trick by combining quality blades with cleverly constructed Pakkawood handles. Pakkawood is wood blended with resin under pressure, resulting in a material that is simultaneously strong and attractive. Here, the rosewood-colored Pakkawood is triple-riveted to the full-tang blade for a classic, hard-working design. Each knife in the set is forged—blade, bolster, and tang—from a single piece of steel. The bolster and rivets are finished with a mirror-like gleam; the blade has a satiny brushed look. The knives offer good balance and control, and the crescent-shaped serration is especially sharp. Designed to cover all basic cutlery needs and then some, the set features an 8-inch chef's knife, an 8-inch slicer, an 8-inch bread knife, a 6-inch utility knife, a 3-1/2-inch parer, and a set of six 4-inch steak knives. It also comes with an 8-inch sharpening steel and a pair of kitchen shears. All pieces store tidily in the set’s oak knife block. --Emily Bedard

    What's in the Box
    8-inch chef's knife, 8-inch slicer, 8-inch bread knife, 6-inch utility knife, 3-1/2-inch parer, six 4-inch steak knives, 8-inch sharpening steel, kitchen shears, oak knife block ... Read more

    Features

    • Made in China
    • Includes chef's knife, slicer, bread knife, utility knife, and parer
    • Also comes with sharpening steel, steak knives, and kitchen shears
    • Knives are fully forged for superior strength, classic triple rivet design
    • Pakkawood handles blend wood with resin for good looks and durability

    Reviews (6)

    2-0 out of 5 stars It's not French - and it doesn't compare with Wusthof !
    My initial reaction, when I received the Sabatier Loire 14 piece Knife Block Set, was both negative and positive. Negative: the name Sabatier Loire is misleading. This knife set is not French, it is made in China (it has no connection with France or French Sabatier cutlery that I can see). Positive: the knives certainly look as attractive as in the Amazon.com illustration, they appear carefully made and very well finished.
    So, how do they work in the kitchen?
    The problem is: as cutting instruments, they don't come anywhere near top-quality European knives. I am used to Wusthof Classic kitchen knives, which slice through things effortlessly. The 'Sabatier Loire' knives feel relatively blunt. Sharpening the 'Sabatier' blades with a Wusthof steel didn't make much difference (perhaps because the blades of the 'Sabatier Loire' knives seem thicker than Wusthof's, they don't sharpen well). Wusthof knives slice through celery and other plants instantly and easily, while 'Sabatier Loire' require applying pressure and sawing away. My no-name slicing knife (bought for $6 at Zabar's in Manhattan) cuts carrots with a fraction of the effort.
    The bread knife doesn't compare with Wusthof's.
    So, I have an attractive-looking, large kitchen paperweight (it's not worth returning the set). The Chinese maker deserves an 'E' for effort, which has not been spared in producing a very nicely finished product. But they have yet to learn the techniques of shaping a knife blade, and sharpening it, which makes real French Sabatier cutlery (and Wusthof cutlery) so superior.

    3-0 out of 5 stars almost an amazing deal
    I bought a set of sabatier knives from Amazon for about 30 bucks about three months ago. While they are worth that amount, the suggested retail price of something over $300 was VERY misleading. I paid for what I got, but not much more. They cut OK and they have worked fine for a person who uses them about once every blue moon, but to suggest they are quality knives at an unbelievable price is false advertising. I have always been happy with Amazon, and I wonder on what grounds they are able to make such a claim. Additionally, the set I was sent was missing a knife, but not worth the hastle to return in order to receive another set in its entirity. Sp, buy them if you want cheap knives...cheaply...don't if you're looking for a killer deal.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Ok quality - but you can find better cheaper!
    I have another set of Sabatier knives that I got for about $20 less than this set.. which is basically the same exact knives, just simpler handles! This set is nice - don't get me wrong. The knives themselves work very well and are simple to clean. I do think you can find a set just as nice for a LOT less money.

    1-0 out of 5 stars Dennis, Mister Mom.
    I bought a Sabatier knife set just like this last year, DIFFERENT HANDLES AND LOWER PRICE. The only thing good was the wooden storage block. They were dull and rust at the drop of a hat, even in the dishwasher. A better deal is to kick out a few more bucks and buy a real set. SAVE YOUR MONEY!!!

    4-0 out of 5 stars Worth the price
    I received mine today. They seem like great knives to me. They are fully forged, full tang triple rivet. Very sharp. They should be great for the average user. There is no way they would be sold for over four hundred dollars. They are probably worth eighty, though. They are made in China, that seems to be the only draw back. ... Read more


    2. Sabatier Gold 14-Piece Knife Block Set
    list price: $140.00
    our price: $99.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00009XFSG
    Catlog: Kitchen
    Manufacturer: Sabatier
    Sales Rank: 38954
    Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com

    Sabatier’s Gold cutlery set brings a full array of this renowned manufacturer’s modernly styled knives to your kitchen for a reasonable price. The 11 knives in the set include an 8-inch chef’s knife; an 8-inch slicer; a 9-inch bread knife; a 6-inch utility knife; six 5-1/2-inch serrated steak knives; and a 3-1/2-inch paring knife. An 8-inch sharpening steel and professional kitchen shears also come with the set. All pieces fit within a 13-slot blonde wood block with a sleek stainless-steel body.

    Made in China rather than France, the Gold series of cutlery is one of Sabatier’s more affordable lines but is still manufactured with quality and is a wonderful value for its price. The knife blades are all hot-drop forged of high-carbon stainless-steel for durability and edges are honed by machine to the precise level of sharpness. The gorgeous forged handles are made of 18/10 stainless steel with an elegant gold-plated accent band just beyond the bolster and the handles are hollow to provide the perfect amount of weight and balance for safe cutting. --Cristina Vaamonde

    What’s in the Box
    8-inch chef’s knife, 8-inch slicer, 9-inch bread knife, 3-1/2-inch parer, 6-inch utility knife, six 5-1/2-inch steak knives, 8-inch sharpening steel, kitchen shears, block ... Read more

    Features

    • Made in China
    • 8-inch chef's, 8-inch slicing, 9-inch bread 6-inch utility, 3-1/2-inch paring knives
    • Also includes 8-inch sharpening steel, wood and stainless-steel storage block
    • Hot-drop forged high-carbon stainless-steel blades; Hollow handles for perfect weight and balance
    • Forged stainless-steel handles with gold-plated accent band

    Reviews (2)

    4-0 out of 5 stars Great Value for Money
    Unless you are a professional chef you will surely appreciate the quality of these stylish knives. At a price of 79.99 or now 99.99 you can't go wrong, the knives are VERY sharp and the block is well built. If I had one complaint it would be the scissors which aren't as sharp as the rest of the set....but apart from that a great set especially at that price...

    1-0 out of 5 stars THE WORST QUALITY I'VE EVER SEEN
    on the image it appears to be a beautiful set, however once you take it in your hands it is absolutely the worst. The knifes arrived dull. The handles have holes in them, especially the steak knifes. The gold trim is not gold but rusted. Very disappointed that i got suckered into purchasing it for 99.99. Honestly it is not even worth the 79.99. ... Read more


    3. Sabatier ChefStar 20-Piece Cutlery Block Set
    list price: $85.00
    our price: $19.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0000936KC
    Catlog: Kitchen
    Manufacturer: Sabatier
    Sales Rank: 2739
    Average Customer Review: 2.4 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com Review

    This knife set offers every piece of cutlery chefs could possibly need—and at a bargain price. The cutlery includes an 8-inch chef’s knife, a 10-inch slicer, an 8-inch slicer, a 6-inch cleaver, an 8-1/2-inch bread knife, a 5-1/2-inch utility knife, a 6-inch boning knife, a 3-1/2-inch paring knife, and eight 4-inch serrated steak knives. The set is complete with an 8-inch sharpening steel for keeping edges sharp and a set of all-purpose kitchen shears. All pieces rest within a hardwood knife block with the Sabatier logo emblazoned on the front.

    Made in China, ChefStar knives are more affordable than some of Sabatier’s other French-made knives; however, the same care is taken to ensure quality craftsmanship.The blades are stamped from high-carbon stainless steel that are hollow-ground for easier sharpening and edge retention. The ergonomically designed handles are made of over-molded polymer and offer a comfortable grip. Handwashing is recommended for proper maintenance of the blade and a lifetime limited warranty covers defects in materials and craftsmanship. --Cristina Vaamonde

    What's in the Box
    8-inch chef's, bread; 6-inch cleaver, boning; 10-inch slicer; 5-1/2-inch utility; 3-1/2-inch paring, eight steak knives, steel, and kitchen shears, storage block ... Read more

    Features

    • Made in China
    • Knives: 8-inch chef's, bread; 6-inch cleaver, boning; 10-inch slicer; 5-1/2-inch utility; 3-1/2-inch paring
    • Also includes eight steak knives, steel, and kitchen shears
    • High-carbon stainless-steel hollow-ground blades & ergonomic over-molded polymer handles
    • Hardwood storage block; lifetime limited warranty

    Reviews (60)

    5-0 out of 5 stars How can you complain about $20?
    This is a sweet set of knives, particularly for this price range. Go to your local "big box" store and see what you can get for $20 in the kitchenware department. Maybe a couple of napkin rings.

    I am not a chef, and chances are that you aren't either. You want a decent set of knives to cut a steak once in a while, and that look nice in your kitchen. If you are the head chef at Chez D'Apres, you don't buy your knives on Amazon anyway. You order them from some obscure cutlery shoppe in La Paz, Bolivia and pay a fortune for them.

    We are all real people, who need real knives for everyday use. Plop down your $20 today, and don't listen to the whining of some cat that thinks a set of knives will take him from Chef Boy-R-Dee to Wolfgang Puck. Take care of them by hand washing and drying them, fork out a couple of bucks every year to get them sharpened, and you rare good to go.

    1-0 out of 5 stars not THE sabatier
    alas, i bought this knife set by brand name...thinking 'hey, a good brand for cheap'...well. they are cheap. and they are not 'the' sabatier knives. my set has rust spots after 2 months, and the blade edge dulls in mere days of use. terrible product.

    sabatier is not a name that can be copyrighted due to old french laws, therefore not *all* sabatier knives are produced by the brand name sabatier we all know and love.

    dont bother with these, you'll end up like me: a cheap set of rusty knives in the trash and a $25 knife block.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Let's be realistic
    Twenty bucks is not going to buy a set of knives that will impress master chefs and be cherished heirlooms. What twenty spent here will get you is a set of serviceable knives that should hold you over until you can get what you want. I wound up in a situation after my divorce of an apartment with absolutely nothing in the way of kitchen stuff, so I had to stock fast and cheap. I bought this set and used them daily with no real complaints. After I upgraded to the Wusthof set I really wanted, I gave them to my son (who does most of the cooking at his house), and he's happily using them every day.
    I would recommend this set for the following situations:
    1) Like me, you are starting with nothing and need to stock a kitchen all at once.
    2) You're just starting out, and not sure about this cooking thing. Start here and decide which knives you use a lot, don't need, etc., and upgrade accordingly.
    3) You need a set that will occasionally go into harm's way (like camping), where you won't die a thousand deaths because a knife got lost or ruined.
    Are these knives comparable to German forged sets like Wusthof or Henckel? No. Are they a good value for the money? Absolutely. They are better than the cutlery hanging in your cookware aisle at the supermarket and far cheaper when bought as a set. For the price, how far wrong can you go?

    1-0 out of 5 stars Save up for a nice set
    These are very cheap knives. Don't even pay attention to the brand "Sabatier" because they should be ashamed to sell junk like these. They come dull, and need sharpening very frequently. They rust if they are in water for more than a few minutes, or sometimes even if you don't towel dry them immediately after hand washing them. I don't mind hand washing quality knives, but these just aren't worth it. I got them for twenty bucks and I wish I'd just bought one quality knife or put that money towards a decent set.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Sharp, Great Price, Well made, and just a Great deal
    I bought this set of knives as a christmas gift for 3 people. I thought maybe they would be a pretty good set of knives. I was Wrong, They are GREAT! We recently had a BBQ, and anyone who has ever sliced open a Pig for BBQing knows that often you have to kind of Saw on the pork, But these knives slice through it like a razor through Hot butter. That prooves it for me. This is a great set of Knives. You can spend a lot more, and get a lot less, or just buy this GREAT set of knives. ... Read more


    4. Sabatier Precision 38-Piece Knife Block and Tool Set
    list price: $380.00
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00009XFSI
    Catlog: Kitchen
    Manufacturer: Sabatier
    Sales Rank: 280
    Average Customer Review: 2.66 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com Review

    This set has the perfect assortment for outfitting a vacation rental property with all the kitchen accessories most vacationing cooks would require--and at a reasonable price. First, a stainless-steel utensil holder comes filled with nine essential stovetop utensils--a serving spoon, a slotted spoon, a skimmer, a spaghetti server, a soup ladle, a small slotted spatula, a large slotted spatula, a slotted turner, and a serving fork. All utensils are made of a durable plastic that is heat-safe up to 210 degrees Celsius and safe for use on nonstick and stainless-steel cookware surfaces. For baking, this kit packs a set of four stainless-steel graduated measuring cups in 1/4, -1/2-, 3/4-, and 1-cup sizes and stainless-steel measuring spoons in sizes of ¼-, ½-, and 1 teaspoon and 1 tablespoon. Finally, this kit includes a 20-piece knife set from Sabatier’s Precision line of knives. The set includes an 8-inch chef’s knife, an 8-inch bread knife, an 8-inch slicer, an 8-inch filleting knife, a 6-inch boning knife, a 6-inch cleaver, a 5-inch utility knife, a 3-1/2-inch parer, eight 5-1/2-inch steak knives, a 6-inch fork, kitchen shears, and a sharpening steel to keep edges honed. All pieces fit in the accompanying 19-slot wooden knife block.

    Made in China, Precision knives are more affordable than some of Sabatier’s other French-made knives; however, the same care is taken to ensure quality craftsmanship. The blades are made of high-carbon stainless steel that are hollow-ground for easier sharpening and edge retention. Full tangs provide excellent balance when cutting and are triple-riveted to the germ-resistant polymer handle. Handwashing is recommended for proper maintenance of the blade and a lifetime limited warranty covers defects in materials and craftsmanship. --Cristina Vaamonde

    What's in the Box
    Utensil holder, serving spoon, slotted spoon, skimmer, spaghetti server, soup ladle, small slotted spatula, large slotted spatula, slotted turner, and serving fork; 1/4, -1/2-, 3/4-, and 1-cup measuring cups; 1/4-, 1/2-, and 1-teaspoon and 1-tablespoon measuring spoons; 8-inch chef's knife, an 8-inch bread knife, an 8-inch slicer, an 8-inch filleting knife, a 6-inch boning knife, a 6-inch cleaver, a 5-inch utility knife, a 3-1/2-inch parer, eight 5-1/2-inch steak knives, a 6-inch fork, kitchen shears, and a sharpening steel; 19-slot wooden knife block ... Read more

    Features

    • Lifetime limited warranty on cutlery; made in China
    • Knife set includes 16 knives, fork, shears, steel in a wood block
    • Utensil set includes nine plastic utensils in stainless-steel holder
    • Also includes set of four each stainless-steel measuring cups and spoons
    • High-carbon stainless-steel blades on knives; full tangs

    Reviews (82)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Perfect starter set
    This set is perfect for starting a new kitchen. Some would say that there are better, but for the price, it can't be beat. When we moved into our new apartment, we did not have time or money to buy one gourmet knife at a time, much less one utensil at a time. So this was great. The knives are sharp and the measuring tools are accurate and the plastic utensils don't scrape or scratch non-stick pots and pans. It is perfect for everyday use.

    The knife set comes with a sharpener, so you can sharpen the flat blade knives. I would recommend hand washing and drying the knives since one of ours has rust spots from when water sat on the blade overnight.

    The plastic utensils come with every type you can imagine one would need. I only had to buy a wooden spoon.

    We had a chef friend cook for us and he thought the knives were fine!

    3-0 out of 5 stars $50 is still steep for this chintzy collection
    I previously ordered a Sabatier block and knife set from Amazon at a rediculous discount and after receiving the product, realized how they could afford the 88% discount... It's not surprising then that the experience was much the same this time around. Frankly, I don't know why anyone would spend the retail price on this collection; $50 is more than fair for what amounts to no more than the $20 knife set I bought previously and a few helpful "extras".

    I suppose my reaction isn't to the knives themselves-- I haven't even opened them since I imagine they are much like the other Sabatier set I purchased and those are adequate but nowhere near Henckel quality. My surprise and dismay really stems from the thin metal of the measuring cups and spoons. Not only are they tinny and poorly made, their edges are so sharp that you can slice a brick of cheese with them (not good for a working cook)! The handled accessories were somewhat better in quality, but you'd do better buying them either individually to suit your needs or elsewhere... And the wood block that I received was dark and ugly; not a huge problem, but again, an obvious instance of cutting quality corners.

    Overall, if you're looking for a starter set for college and don't need to impress too many people (including yourself), this is a great deal. You get more knives at a better price than you could find at Target or Wal-Mart (or elsewhere), plus the extra accoutrements to round out your initial cooking toolset.

    For established cooks, or even casual connoisseurs, either spend a little more on one of the other sets Amazon offers or build your knive collection one at a time, spending as you're able, to obtain lasting, quality cutlery.

    As the saying goes, you get what you pay for, and in this case, that truism applies doubly! Just because this set looks like a great deal at $50, you're ultimately going to get what you pay for.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Generic Knife Set vs. This Set
    After reading all the UNHAPPY reviews, I was very hesitant to purchase this item. I have nothing but PRAISE for this set. I am currently in the process of upgrading all of my kitchen items (cookware, etc.) and had previously been using a set that I purchased for the same price at Kmart. In one of the reviews that I read on this item, someone said that they were an embarassment, not to buy the knives...well I was wondering if this person was aware of the type of knives that you TYPICALLY can buy for 29 dollars? Granted you can't just up and throw them in the dishwasher - like a cheap knife set - but that's fine. So I highly reccomend these knives to anyone who is upgrading from a cheap set. I have had NO troubles with them...they need a little sharpening but that's very easy to do with your sharpening stone. So don't be fooled by other customer reviews!

    5-0 out of 5 stars Truly a deal
    I'm surprised this item has gotten some low ratings on here. I got this set on clearance on Amazon and was ASTONISHED at the quality of the product I received. The knife set is heavyweight, with three rivets and the steel goes all the way through the handle. We passed it around my office and I went back online to order a second set. We were setting up a kitchen in a second home and didn't want to spend much, this was so nice I'd give it as a wedding gift and no one would ever guess what it cost.

    1-0 out of 5 stars Rusty knives
    The knives rusted the first time I washed them in the dishwasher. ... Read more


    5. Sabatier Precision 20-Piece Knife Block Set
    list price: $100.00
    our price: $29.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0001J3P98
    Catlog: Kitchen
    Manufacturer: Sabatier
    Sales Rank: 20481
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    Features

    • Made in China; hand wash for best results; limited lifetime warranty
    • 20-piece knife set with hardwood storage block
    • Includes 3-inch paring, 5-1/2-inch utility, 6-inch tomato, 7-inch slicing, 8-1/2-inch bread, 9-inch slicing, and eight 4-inch steak knives, plus 7-inch carving fork, shears, and sharpening steel
    • Stamped from high-carbon stainless steel for durability
    • Triple-riveted polymer handles and full tangs

    6. Sabatier Grand Chef 5" Bagel Knife
    list price: $49.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B000245YU0
    Catlog: Kitchen
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    Features

    • Handcrafted in France
    • Full-tang high-carbon steel
    • Black handle w/ stainless steel rivets
    • Hand wash

    7. Sabatier Grand Chef 4-Piece Steak Set
    list price: $70.00
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00004SCQO
    Catlog: Kitchen
    Manufacturer: Sabatier
    Sales Rank: 30795
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    Amazon.com Review

    Fully forged from high-carbon stainless steel and preciselysharpened by hand, the four steak knives in this set are made byrenowned manufacturer Sabatier in Thiers, France, to resist corrosionand discoloring and remain strong and durable. The knives have4-1/2-inch blades to neatly and quickly slice steaks, chops, and roastsinto bite-size pieces at the table. Rugged synthetic handles aresecured to full tangs with three rivets for traditional style. Theknives should be hand washed. Running them through a dishwasher risksvoiding their lifetime warranty against defects. --Fred Brack ... Read more

    Features

    • Lifetime warranty against defects--except if cleaned in dishwasher
    • 4-1/2-inch blades cut steaks, chops, roasts into bit-size pieces at table
    • Knives made of high-carbon stainless steel
    • Synthetic handles with full tangs secured by three-rivet
    • Forged by renowned manufacturer in Thiers, France

    8. Daniel Boulud Kitchen Infiniti Cast Iron Cookware 5 quart Braising Roaster, Red
    list price: $105.00
    our price: $84.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0000AT1RZ
    Catlog: Kitchen
    Manufacturer: Daniel Boulud Kitchen
    Sales Rank: 75094
    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Tight fitting lids have unique vapor design to hold in moisture and flavors
    • 5 quart Braising Pan with Lid can be used to brown meats on the stove then transferred to the oven for slow cooking
    • Flavor Beads on the underside of lid help steam condense for more moisture and flavor
    • Cast Iron absorbs and transfers heat perfectly for slow, steady cooking
    • Durable enamel coating lasts a lifetime and is dishwasher safe

    Reviews (1)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Deceptive Amazon Practices
    I ordered this braising roaster twice from Amazon for $69.99 since December 23, 2003 and they would not ship it. They shipped a 3 quart casserole instead. When I told them about the mistake they promptly shipped another ...3 quart casserole. Then the said they could not ship it because they did not know why they could not ship it. (?!) I ordered another color. The very same thing happened. Altogether I have returned four 3 quart casseroles to them. They were slow in giving me a refund.

    Now they've raised the price and removed all reviews including the one I wrote about their inability to ship the correct item.

    Beware the Amazon deceptions. Who wants to buy from a company like them. Not me anymore. ... Read more


    9. Sabatier Laguiole 6-Piece Steak Knife Set in Wood Storage Tray, Rosewood
    list price: $70.00
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0000690MF
    Catlog: Kitchen
    Manufacturer: Sabatier
    Sales Rank: 3028
    Average Customer Review: 2.94 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com Review

    Inspired by a celebrated French design, the six 4-1/2 inchknives in this set cut steaks, chops, and roasts into bite-size pieceswhile imparting a hint of ornate chateau manners and crystalchandeliers. The knives have stainless-steel blades and accents ontheir rosewood handles. Their design was inspired by the celebratedLaguiole knife, which originated in 1829 in a French mountain villageof the same name. Farmers folded the knives into their pockets. Today,Laguiole knives are made in Thiers, the French cutlery center,according to the original design. Elongated pistol-grip handles aresecured by three rivets and decorated with a tiny stainless-steel bee,homage to the bee on Napoleon I's Imperial emblem. The blades' fineserrations tend to tear rather than slice precisely through steakfibers. The knives come in a wood tray for safe storage on the counteror in a drawer. --Fred Brack ... Read more

    Features

    • Steel bee, based on emblem of Napoleon I, decorates handles
    • Six 4-1/2 inch knives cut steaks, chops, roasts
    • Made of stainless-steel with rosewood handles
    • Classic design from 1829; wood storage tray included
    • Elongated "pistol-grip" handles secured by three rivets

    Reviews (16)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Couldn't be happier
    I have been coveting a set of laguiole steak knives for years. When in Paris recently, I priced a set at U.S. equivalent three hundred dollars! I think the handles were mother of pearl or something but whew! Too expensive. Even the wood handle ones that I have seen have been a fortune. I don't doubt that these beautiful knives are but a pale imitation of the real deal in terms of material and construction, but for the money, they are a heck of a handsome knife set. I just got them and will use them with pride on Saturday evening. The blade seems quite sharp and OK, some say a bit on the light side. But heaven help me if I serve my family or guests something so horribly tough that these babies can't slice through it! Good looking; good deal!

    5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent quality for the price
    These knives are of excellent quality for the price - or as the French would say, "un bon rapport qualité prix". I particularly like the finely serrated blades and the beautiful rosewood handles. I love them for any dishes that require something more than an ordinary table knive. (I personally don't like steak, so I can't attest to their effectiveness as a "steak knife".)
    Be aware that these are not authentique "Laguiole" knives. As the Amazon review states, the design is inspired by the Laguiole knife; they are not make in Laguiole, but in Thiers, France. It should be noted that there is no single company that makes "Laguiole" knives. According to various web sites for the Aveyron department of France, there are several manufacturers in Laguiole that make the true Laguiole knives. They can easily be found on the web, but are quite expensive. The Sabatier knives are an excellent, everyday substitute and well worth the price.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Decent set for the right price.
    This set of knives is beautifull. They are sturdy and very well made. The price is well worth the product and I think it's a great value for the money. Let's face it most of the time you get what you pay for, These on the other hand defy that logic not by alot but defy it none the less. I would encourage anyone looking for a decent set of steak knives and arent willing to pay the big $$$, to pick these up. You won't be dissappointed.

    1-0 out of 5 stars Don't waste your money
    These are cheap knock-offs, feather light and a sad misrepresentation of the fine Lagioule name. Buy anything else, because you won't like these ratty little cheapos.

    3-0 out of 5 stars Usable..........
    A cheap imitation of the originals from France but they are useful. The wood handle and the shape is good looking. The originals are three times the price of these. I would buy another set or different types in this line because if you loose or brake one it is no big deal......... ... Read more


    10. Daniel Boulud Kitchen Infiniti Cast Iron Cookware 3 quart Round Roaster, Gray
    list price: $65.00
    our price: $34.88
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0000AT1BG
    Catlog: Kitchen
    Manufacturer: Daniel Boulud Kitchen
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    Amazon.com Review

    Celebrity chef Daniel Boulud has been involved in so many food-related endeavors: Boulud is the owner of four highly renowned East Coast restaurants, most notably the four-star Daniel located in Manhattan; a Chef of the Year as bestowed by Bon Appetit; the author of several cookbooks; a guest chef on many TV and radio programs; a guest lecturer at many culinary institutes; plus he offers his own line of Caspian caviar and smoked Scottish salmon via mail order. It should be no surprise that Boulud is venturing into the cookware sector to endorse a line that meets his standards of quality and performance for his signature style of French bistro cooking.

    Attractive enough to cook and then serve from, this 3-quart round roasting pan is the ideal size to oven-bake a fish and vegetable stew, boil a hearty stovetop soup, or cook a spicy lentil casserole to serve two to three. Made by prestigious French cookware manufacturer Sabatier under the Daniel Boulud Kitchen label, this roaster is constructed of heavy cast iron, which absorbs and transfers heat evenly for slow uniform cooking of meats and vegetables. The pot is coated with durable enamel in vivid color for a lifetime of protection and for easier cleaning. The original cast iron surface peeks through along the rims of the pot and the lid to more closely resemble rustic French countryside pottery from generations past. The cast-iron lid also has an exposed unenameled handle and has "flavor beads", or tiny raised balls, on its underside to help steam condense and retain moisture and flavor when using the roaster to braise meats or vegetables. Sturdy ridged handles on either side of the roaster prevent slipping but do require potholders as the cast iron retains the oven’s heat. All Daniel Boulud Kitchen cookware is dishwasher-safe. --Cristina Vaamonde ... Read more

    Features

    • Endorsed by renowned celebrity chef Daniel Boulud
    • Rustic 3-quart round roaster for small stews, soups, casseroles
    • Cast iron construction for even heat transfer and slow, steady cooking
    • Durable dishwasher-safe enamel coating; ridged handles for easy gripping
    • Flavor beads beneath lid help steam condense for moisture and flavor

    11. Sabatier Laguiole 6-Piece Steak Knife Set, Black and Brass
    list price: $70.00
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    Asin: B00004SCQY
    Catlog: Kitchen
    Manufacturer: Sabatier
    Sales Rank: 12012
    Average Customer Review: 3.38 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com Review

    The Laguiole knife originated in 1829 in a French mountain village of the same name. Back then, farmers folded it into their pocket. Today, Laguiole steak knives are made in Thiers, the French cutlery center, according to the original design--except they don't fold. Long (9-1/8 inches overall, with 4-1/2-inch blades) and slender, these knives impart a whiff of ornate chateau manners and crystal chandeliers. Bonelike handles are elongated "pistol grips" like those on dueling weapons. Five tiny brass rivets bind them to full tangs. Brass caps decorate handle ends. Tiny steel bees sit atop brass bolsters, homage to a bee on Napoleon's Imperial emblem, awarded to him for bravery. Blades are finely serrated. Wash these knives by hand with mild detergent and store them in their wood case. --Fred Brack ... Read more

    Features

    • Includes Wooden Tray
    • High-carbon stainless-steel blades with finely serrated edge
    • Black, elongated "pistol grip" handles with five rivets and full tang
    • Classic Laguiole Bee Design
    • Made in France

    Reviews (8)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Cuts like "buttah"
    These knives are the absolute best steak knives I've ever had - and I've spent much more on others. They cut any steak like "buttah". Gave a set as a gift and got rave reviews. Am buying another set for a gift. You'll love these knives!

    3-0 out of 5 stars Don't confuse these Sabatier Laguiole ones with Laguiole!
    I've been reading a bunch of reviews on these knives on Amazon..., and they're either really high ratings or really poor ones. I think that part of the confusion is that these are SABATIER Laguiole steak knives (as marked on the blade) *not* Laguiole steak knives (which will have just that Laguiole name and no Sabatier). Seems that these have a thinner blade than the Laguiole ones, and from the pix - the blade looks different as well (has a different edge finish).

    I think these are the ones that are being rated lower *NOT* the Laguiole ones (Laguiole - not Sabatier - makes their own Advantage range; these are the dishwasher safe ones that look similar to these BUT w/a huge price difference!). ...I don't know why/how Sabatier ended up having a Laguiole line of steak knives/tableware.

    Also - FYI for some of the reviews that I have read elsewhere criticizing the funny shape of these knives... French knives are NOT designed like German knives (like Wusthof)! This is much more true of kitchen knives than steak knives, but French knives are usually much more sleek and triangular than their German counerparts. For the kitchen knives, it means you use a different motion to cut (you slice rather than rock) b/c the bolster is different and you can cut higher up on the blade (use more length). B/c of that, it also means that when you sharpen the French knives, you will be sharpening the entire length of the knife. If you talk to a professional cutlery expert, you can get more clarification.

    As such for these knives, Sabatier makes good knives (esp. if you buy the Thiers-Issard ones of theirs (a few hundred of $$ for a set of 6) and Laguiole make killer knives. However, these aren't either one of them...

    5-0 out of 5 stars SHARP IN MORE WAYS THAN ONE!
    These new knives for us, are not only gorgeous, but work remarkable well. The reason we say that is due to the reviews these knives in previous reviews. We have found no problems, either with the looks, and especially their cutting performance! Using these knives on steak is a breeze, not to mention any other of the fine meats we have cooked. But the best feature, besides working like a charm, is the looks compared to our former Cutco wonders! They are FAR more elegant, and are far above the cutting expectations we hoped for. A fine product for everyday use, as well as special occasions!! ENJOY!

    4-0 out of 5 stars Worth the money
    I bought these knives through another source and while they certainly aren't "Wusthof quality", they are durable and very sharp. They are serrated and that is not my preference. However, my Chef's Choice sharpener keeps them razor sharp. I would not put them in a dishwasher - as is true of all my knives. A good value - in my opinion.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Very comfortable knife
    I purchased these knives for my wife and she loves them. They're are well balanced and sharp. They feel good in your hand. ... Read more


    12. Daniel Boulud Kitchen Infiniti Cast Iron Cookware 6.5 quart Round Roaster, Red
    list price: $105.00
    our price: $84.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0000AT1TO
    Catlog: Kitchen
    Manufacturer: Daniel Boulud Kitchen
    Sales Rank: 19141
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    Amazon.com Review

    Celebrity chef Daniel Boulud has been involved in so many food-related endeavors: Boulud is the owner of four highly renowned East Coast restaurants, most notably the four-star Daniel located in Manhattan; a Chef of the Year as bestowed by Bon Appetit; the author of several cookbooks; a guest chef on many TV and radio programs; a guest lecturer at many culinary institutes; plus he offers his own line of Caspian caviar and smoked Scottish salmon via mail order. It should be no surprise that Boulud is venturing into the cookware sector to endorse a line that meets his standards of quality and performance for his signature style of French bistro cooking.

    Attractive enough to cook and then serve from, this 6-1/2-quart round roasting pan is the ideal size to oven-bake a fish and vegetable stew, boil a hearty stovetop soup, or cook a spicy lentil casserole to serve six to eight. Made by prestigious French cookware manufacturer Sabatier under the Daniel Boulud Kitchen label, this roaster is constructed of heavy cast iron, which absorbs and transfers heat evenly for slow uniform cooking of meats and vegetables. The pot is coated with durable enamel in vivid color for a lifetime of protection and for easier cleaning. The original cast iron surface peeks through along the rims of the pot and the lid to more closely resemble rustic French countryside pottery from generations past. The cast-iron lid also has an exposed unenameled handle and has "flavor beads", or tiny raised balls, on its underside to help steam condense and retain moisture and flavor when using the roaster to braise meats or vegetables. Sturdy ridged handles on either side of the roaster prevent slipping but do require potholders as the cast iron retains the oven’s heat. All Daniel Boulud Kitchen cookware is dishwasher-safe. --Cristina Vaamonde ... Read more

    Features

    • Endorsed by renowned celebrity chef Daniel Boulud
    • Rustic 6-1/2-quart round roaster for large stews, soups, casseroles
    • Cast iron construction for even heat transfer and slow, steady cooking
    • Durable dishwasher-safe enamel coating; ridged handles for easy gripping
    • Flavor beads beneath lid help steam condense for moisture and flavor

    13. Sabatier Superstar 16-Piece Knife Set
    list price: $198.00
    our price: $39.99
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    Asin: B00009XFSH
    Catlog: Kitchen
    Manufacturer: Sabatier
    Sales Rank: 1426
    Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com Review

    Sleek, sharp, and striking in appearance, this 16-piece block set of knives from Sabatier’s Superstar collection bring the wisdom of French cutlery to your kitchen. Each blade in the set has been stamped from high-carbon stainless steel, and each knife features full-tang construction (the blade shaft runs all the way down the handle) for durability and control. Sabatier finishes the knives with flared tips and an unusual patented serration—rows of overlapping crescents running the length of the blade. This design creates maximum cutting precision and minimum sticking of food to the blade. Triple riveted for strength, the set’s synthetic black handles have a classically attractive aesthetic. Included in the collection are an 8-inch chef's knife , an 8-inch slicer, a 9-inch bread knife, a 6-inch utility knife, a 5-inch tomato knife, and a 3-1/2-inch parer. Sabatier also includes a 7-inch bayonet fork, a 2-bladed mincer, a pair of kitchen shears, and 6 5-1/2-inch steak knives. Every piece stores tidily in the three-tiered block for ready access and handsome presentation. --Emily Bedard

    What's in the Box
    8-inch chef's knife, 8-inch slicer, 9-inch bread knife, 6-inch utility knife, 5-inch tomato knife, 3-1/2-inch parer, 7-inch bayonet fork, 2-bladed mincer, kitchen shears, 6 5-1/2-inch steak knives, block ... Read more

    Features

    • Made in China
    • Includes chef's knife, slicer, bread knife, utility knife, tomato knife, and parer
    • Also includes bayonet fork, 2-bladed mincer, kitchen shears, and six steak knives
    • Full-tang blades stamped out of high-carbon stainless steel; Patented serration never needs sharpening
    • Comes with wooden knife block

    Reviews (1)

    4-0 out of 5 stars Very Decent Set
    I am not a gourmet cook. I have no need for anything real fancy but I wanted a good Knife set. This one is perfect for the average user. It contains all the necessary knives needed for everyday cooking. The mincer thing is slightly lame. Everything sticks to it and you have to keep wiping the food down to get it minced. My press'n'chop works better for that purpose. Aside from that one tool the rest of the set is great. They are all nice and sharp and the wood black is nice looking. Another good quality is that the blades run through the handle. This is very important, as I've had a large knife break free from it's handle before and I almost cut myself.

    I reccommend this set! ... Read more


    14. Sabatier Precision Kitchen Shears
    list price: $10.00
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    Asin: B00004SCR0
    Catlog: Kitchen
    Manufacturer: Sabatier
    Sales Rank: 20081
    Average Customer Review: 3.75 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com Review

    These powerful 8-inch shears balance nicely in the hand whether they're cutting food, flower stems, paper, twine, or cardboard. Blades curve inward so they meet in only one place at any given position, and cutting action is smooth and exact. One blade's serrations prevent slippage. A steel-tooth inset in the handle opens twist bottle caps, while a notch in one blade pops off bottle caps. The shears are dishwasher safe. --Fred Brack ... Read more

    Features

    • Made in Asia
    • Powerful shears cut food, flower stems, cardboard, paper
    • High-carbon stainless steel with synthetic handles
    • Steel-tooth inset in handle opens twist bottle caps
    • Notch in blade pops off bottle caps

    Reviews (8)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great little addition to my kitchen!
    I am very pleased with my Sabatier Kitchen Shears. It gives a whole new angle to cutting. Really. I use these shears on pizza, herbs, chicken, to make beef strips, just about everything. I seem to have a little more control with shears than I have with knives. It may just be my way of doing things but I think they are great.

    My kitchen is loaded with gadgets but sometimes you just need something that gets right to the point (no pun intended).

    5-0 out of 5 stars the only kitchen scissors you'll ever need
    A pair of these scissors came with a set of Sabatier knives that I ordered, and I liked them so much that I bought a second pair separately. They are easy to use, easy to clean, and easy to store. The high quality of the construction ensures that they will last for years, and I find the design to be ergonomically suited to the hand as well as pleasing to the eye.

    2-0 out of 5 stars Not Durable, Low End Sabatier
    As part of purchasing multiple Sabatier knife sets over the years I've come to own two pairs of these shares.

    They are decent low end shears, mass produced in China. I am surprised these shears are getting such great reviews. I was AMAZED someone was using them to cut food, but I've since learned for delicate herbs such as fresh chives, this is actually recommended. Still, these are kitchen shears not poultry shears. I don't reach for these shears when food is involved.

    I keep a pair in a kitchen drawer and use them for "light duty" jobs such as cutting off basil or thyme leaves. I can't imagine using these shears to open a bottle since mine have visibly bent from light duty.

    Low end shears by Henkels International will last much longer AND many of their shears can be taken apart and sharpened.

    These shears are made of the same medium quality steel Sabatier uses for their Chinese knife sets and this steel will rust if left wet of if food remains on the blade.

    Of course, you should always hand wash and dry knives and kitchen shears but these will rust more easily than the high end German and French steel products (which cost much more of course).

    You'd be better off with one of the higher end shears sold on Amazon. ...

    2-0 out of 5 stars It cuts well but has rusted!
    It cuts well as I expected but has rusted in one month!
    I would not buy this again. My brother bought a shears ... and it works fine. No rust until now.

    4-0 out of 5 stars How did I live without??
    I love my kitchen shears... Now I don't know if there are those others that are better (probably), but these do the job nicely. I use these for cutting fat off my mean and cutting up herbs mostly... Unfortunately mine is broken now, but I think that has to do more with the fact that others in my household have chosen to use this for non-food prep purposes (cutting paper, boxes etc). I am going to get a new one as the price is good and I know this one works. ... Read more


    15. Sabatier ChefStar 14-Piece Knife Block Set
    list price: $240.00
    our price: $17.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B000066SYK
    Catlog: Kitchen
    Manufacturer: Sabatier
    Sales Rank: 235
    Average Customer Review: 2.93 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com Review

    This inexpensive set provides a cook with five essential kitchen knives as wellas six steak knives for the dinner table. Included in the set is a 14-slot hardwood block forstoring everything within reach on the counter, a rugged pair of kitchen shears for cuttingeverything from poultry to flowers, and an 8-inch steel for keeping knife edges aligned.Stamped from high-carbon stainless steel, the knives have durable synthetic handles thatare shaped to snugly fit the hand. Finger slots in the handles ensure the knives can besafely controlled. The five kitchen knives are an 8-inch chef's knife; an 8-inch serratedbread knife for crusty loaves; an 8-inch slicer for roasts, poultry, and ham; a 6-inch utilityknife; and a 3-1/2-inch paring knife. The six steak knives have 5-inch serrated blades. All theknives are dishwasher-safe but hand washing better protects their edges. --FredBrack

    What's in the Box
    14-slot hardwood block, kitchen shears, 8-inch steel, 8-inch chef's knife, 8-inch serrated bread knife, 8-inch slicer,6-inch utility knife, 3-1/2-inch paring knife, six 5-inch serrated steak knives ... Read more

    Features

    • Made in China
    • Set includes five kitchen knives: chef's, bread, slicer, utility, paring
    • Also: six steak knives, honing steel, shears, 14-slot hardwood storage block
    • Blades stamped from high-carbon stainless steel
    • Synthetic handles shaped to fit hand snugly

    Reviews (184)

    5-0 out of 5 stars What a GREAT set of Knifes!
    I consider myself a chef and when I was in school learning, carving and cutting, slicing and dicing, well all I can say is these knifes fit all my at home needs from cutting steak to slicing bread and even to cutting chicken into the parts I want it to be in... They seem to be VERY strong, and they STAY sharp. Not needing to use the steel to much for sharpening. I give this set a 5+ star rating. These were a GIFT but I am looking at the price someone paid for them and for this price you are getting a really nice sturdy durable set of knifes that also look very good. Have a GREAT day.

    5-0 out of 5 stars 5-Star Merit for a Spectacular Value
    The GOOD:
    -The knives have pleasantly elegant look
    -The knives cut cleanly with a properly tapered body
    -The steak knives provide a fine edge for cutting even the most difficult slabs of meat
    -The kitchen shears and bread knife are nearly as good as you'd find in other sets
    -The heavy wood block provides great storage for storing knives

    The BAD:
    -(nothing) Why? All claims of this item being an inferior product are absurd due to it's incredibly low price
    *Rust will not occur if knives are properly taken care of
    *A quick and proper sharpening will provide you with the sharpest edge

    Summary:
    While the knives doesn't deserve the list price, I am certain that this set will be among the best value of knives one will ever encounter in their lifetime. Unless you're incredibly rich, BUY THESE KNIVES!

    2-0 out of 5 stars A bad choice!
    Well everyone has made a bad choice. I made mine when purchased this item over a year ago here on amazon and paid $19.99 for it. At the time thought it was a good deal after reading the reviews.

    The shear was pretty good. The steak knives are sharp. The rest, however, is dull. If you are single and don't cook much and have a limited budget, then this set might be for you. But I cook daily, and it's just frustrating to cut my meat and vegetables with these knives. You also have to wash them right after you use them otherwise they'll rust. I forgot to wash mine right after I cut out some fruits, and there appears some rust spots in the morning.

    Anyway, I would not recommend these knives to those who cook daily. Save your money and get a better set.

    1-0 out of 5 stars bad set
    I bought this and thought I was getting a good deal. Was I ever so wrong, with in 6 months they were dull as crap, I don't take my knifes out to cut down trees, just my meats and veggies and that ruined the set. If you re going to buy a set of knifes just put a little more money into it and buy something good.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Perfect for the price!
    If you're like me, using an old knife set that you don't even need to use a cutting board with, this is the knife set for you! The price is really worth being able to cut a tomato instead of squish it with a super dull knife. Personally, I love this set, but then again, I'm not a professional chef or looking to become one. I just want to get dinner ready quickly and use a knife that actually cuts. Considering the price, you get what you pay for. It's fun having the Sabatier name on my knife block. It fools people that I know what I'm doing in the kitchen. ... Read more


    16. Daniel Boulud Kitchen Infiniti Cast Iron Cookware 5 quart Oval Roaster, Red
    list price: $90.00
    our price: $69.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0000AT1M8
    Catlog: Kitchen
    Manufacturer: Daniel Boulud Kitchen
    Sales Rank: 42658
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    Amazon.com Review

    Celebrity chef Daniel Boulud has been involved in so many food-related endeavors: Boulud is the owner of four highly renowned East Coast restaurants, most notably the four-star Daniel located in Manhattan; a Chef of the Year as bestowed by Bon Appetit; the author of several cookbooks; a guest chef on many TV and radio programs; a guest lecturer at many culinary institutes; plus he offers his own line of Caspian caviar and smoked Scottish salmon via mail order. It should be no surprise that Boulud is venturing into the cookware sector to endorse a line that meets his standards of quality and performance for his signature style of French bistro cooking.

    Attractive enough to cook and then serve from, this 5-quart oval roasting pan is the ideal size to cook a fisherman’s stew, braise two to four quail, or bake a hearty serving of seasoned potatoes with cheese. Made by prestigious French cookware manufacturer Sabatier under the Daniel Boulud Kitchen label, this roaster is constructed of heavy cast iron, which absorbs and transfers heat evenly for slow uniform cooking of meats and vegetables. The pot is coated with durable enamel in vivid color for a lifetime of protection and for easier cleaning. The original cast iron surface peeks through along the rims of the pot and the lid to more closely resemble rustic French countryside pottery from generations past. The cast-iron lid also has an exposed unenameled handle and has "flavor beads", or tiny raised balls, on its underside to help steam condense and retain moisture and flavor when using the roaster to braise meats or vegetables. Sturdy ridged handles on either side of the roaster prevent slipping but do require potholders as the cast iron retains the oven’s heat. All Daniel Boulud Kitchen cookware is dishwasher-safe. --Cristina Vaamonde ... Read more

    Features

    • Endorsed by renowned celebrity chef Daniel Boulud
    • Rustic 5-quart oval roaster for poultry, stews, or casseroles
    • Cast iron construction for even heat transfer and slow, steady cooking
    • Durable dishwasher-safe enamel coating; ridged handles for easy gripping
    • Flavor beads beneath lid help steam condense for moisture and flavor

    17. Daniel Boulud Kitchen Infiniti Cast Iron 7-Quart Oval Roaster, Black
    list price: $105.00
    our price: $84.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0000AT0OY
    Catlog: Kitchen
    Manufacturer: Daniel Boulud Kitchen
    Sales Rank: 82408
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    Amazon.com Review

    Celebrity chef Daniel Boulud has been involved in so many food-related endeavors: Boulud is the owner of four highly renowned East Coast restaurants, most notably the four-star Daniel located in Manhattan; a Chef of the Year as bestowed by Bon Appetit; the author of several cookbooks; a guest chef on many TV and radio programs; a guest lecturer at many culinary institutes; plus he offers his own line of Caspian caviar and smoked Scottish salmon via mail order. It should be no surprise that Boulud is venturing into the cookware sector to endorse a line that meets his standards of quality and performance for his signature style of French bistro cooking.

    Attractive enough to cook and then serve from, this 7-quart oval roasting pan is the ideal size to slow-cook a stuffed roast beef, braise four to six quail, or bake a hearty serving of seasoned potatoes with cheese. Made by prestigious French cookware manufacturer Sabatier under the Daniel Boulud Kitchen label, this roaster is constructed of heavy cast iron, which absorbs and transfers heat evenly for slow uniform cooking of meats and vegetables. The pot is coated with durable enamel in vivid color for a lifetime of protection and for easier cleaning. The original cast iron surface peeks through along the rims of the pot and the lid to more closely resemble rustic French countryside pottery from generations past. The cast-iron lid also has an exposed unenameled handle and has "flavor beads", or tiny raised balls, on its underside to help steam condense and retain moisture and flavor when using the roaster to braise meats or vegetables. Sturdy ridged handles on either side of the roaster prevent slipping but do require potholders as the cast iron retains the oven’s heat. All Daniel Boulud Kitchen cookware is dishwasher-safe. --Cristina Vaamonde ... Read more

    Features

    • Endorsed by renowned celebrity chef Daniel Boulud
    • Rustic 7-quart oval roaster for roasts, poultry, large casseroles
    • Cast iron construction for even heat transfer and slow, steady cooking
    • Durable dishwasher-safe enamel coating; ridged handles for easy gripping
    • Flavor beads beneath lid help steam condense for moisture and flavor

    18. Sabatier Laguiole 6-Piece Steak Knife Set in Wood Storage Tray, Stainless Steel
    list price: $70.00
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00004SCQX
    Catlog: Kitchen
    Manufacturer: Sabatier
    Sales Rank: 15716
    Average Customer Review: 3.64 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com Review

    Inspired by a celebrated French design, the six 4-1/2 inchknives in this set cut steaks, chops, and roasts into bite-size pieceswhile imparting a whiff of ornate chateau manners and crystalchandeliers. They're based on the Laguiole knife, which originated in1829 in a French mountain village of the same name. Farmers folded theminto their pockets. Today, Laguiole knives are made in Thiers, theFrench cutlery center, according to the original design—except thatthey don't fold. The handles and the blades of these knives are made ofstainless steel. Otherwise, each handle is the original design:elongated, "pistol-grip" style secured by three rivets and decoratedwith a tiny stainless-steel bee, an homage to the bee on Napoleon I'sImperial emblem, which was awarded for bravery. The blades' fineserrations tend to tear rather than slice precisely through steakfibers. The knives come in a wood tray for safe storage on the counteror in a drawer. --Fred Brack ... Read more

    Features

    • Steel bee, based on emblem of Napoleon I, decorates handles
    • Six 4-1/2 inch knives cut steaks, chops, roasts
    • Made of high-carbon stainless-steel in France
    • Classic design from 1829, with wood storage tray
    • Elongated, stainless-steel "pistol-grip" handles secured by three-rivets

    Reviews (14)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Fine quality, attractive and versatile
    We have been absolutely delighted with this set of knives. They have great balance, feel pleasing in your hand, and cut flawlessly. What really sets them apart, though, is the style -- most steak knives are either dark-handled, bulky, or both, so you only want to brink them out when you're actually tackling a hunk of red meat. The slim, silver silhouette of this Laguiole fits in unobtrusively with your regular flatware, so you may find yourself using them far more often. Even a chicken dinner turns out to benefit from sharp knives. Our table knives don't make it out of the drawer much at dinner time these days!

    5-0 out of 5 stars Best of the Best
    The Sabatier Laguiole Stainless steel steak knives are the finest I have been able to find. The blades have a full tang and the balance is excellent. I have used Sabatier knives in the kitchen for over forty years. I think these knives are a wonderful value and would make a great present for anyone. The storage case they came in is dreadful, but a nice case can be purchased. All in all, we are very pleased with the knives.

    4-0 out of 5 stars It cuts the steak, but does it cut the mustard?
    The knives are a favorite of mine. The handle fits well in my hand, it cuts beautifully, and it looks georgeous in the table setting. My only problem with it is that the box it comes in should be a good storage unit. It is splintery and difficult to remove the knives from. I do recommend the knives. They're great, but the box doesn't cut the mustard.

    1-0 out of 5 stars Not what we expected
    Ordered the Sabatier Laguiole steak knives based on reputation. When they arrived, we were very disappointed. They seemed cheap and poorly made. We returned them.

    5-0 out of 5 stars SHARPEST STEAK KNIVES AROUND
    THESE STEAK KNIVES ARE TOP QUALITY, CUTTING MEATS ETC IS A BREEZE, EFFORTLESS. GREAT PRODUCT, BEST STEAK KNIVES AROUND. GREAT DESIGN, VERY SHARP. YOU WON'T BE DISAPPOINTED. MAKE GREAT GIFTS. A NAME YOU CAN TRUST. ... Read more


    19. Daniel Boulud Kitchen Infiniti Cast Iron Cookware 3 quart Oval Roaster, Red
    list price: $65.00
    our price: $49.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0000AT1KJ
    Catlog: Kitchen
    Manufacturer: Daniel Boulud Kitchen
    Sales Rank: 89169
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    Amazon.com Review

    Celebrity chef Daniel Boulud has been involved in so many food-related endeavors: Boulud is the owner of four highly renowned East Coast restaurants, most notably the four-star Daniel located in Manhattan; a Chef of the Year as bestowed by Bon Appetit; the author of several cookbooks; a guest chef on many TV and radio programs; a guest lecturer at many culinary institutes; plus he offers his own line of Caspian caviar and smoked Scottish salmon via mail order. It should be no surprise that Boulud is venturing into the cookware sector to endorse a line that meets his standards of quality and performance for his signature style of French bistro cooking.

    Attractive enough to cook and then serve from, this 3-quart oval roasting pan is the ideal size to cook a small fisherman’s stew, braise a pair of quail, or bake a few servings of seasoned potatoes with cheese. Made by prestigious French cookware manufacturer Sabatier under the Daniel Boulud Kitchen label, this roaster is constructed of heavy cast iron, which absorbs and transfers heat evenly for slow uniform cooking of meats and vegetables. The pot is coated with durable enamel in vivid color for a lifetime of protection and for easier cleaning. The original cast iron surface peeks through along the rims of the pot and the lid to more closely resemble rustic French countryside pottery from generations past. The cast-iron lid also has an exposed unenameled handle and has "flavor beads", or tiny raised balls, on its underside to help steam condense and retain moisture and flavor when using the roaster to braise meats or vegetables. Sturdy ridged handles on either side of the roaster prevent slipping but do require potholders as the cast iron retains the oven’s heat. All Daniel Boulud Kitchen cookware is dishwasher-safe. --Cristina Vaamonde ... Read more

    Features

    • Endorsed by renowned celebrity chef Daniel Boulud
    • Rustic 3-quart oval roaster for poultry, stews, or casseroles
    • Cast iron construction for even heat transfer and slow, steady cooking
    • Durable dishwasher-safe enamel coating; ridged handles for easy gripping
    • Flavor beads beneath lid help steam condense for moisture and flavor

    20. Daniel Boulud Kitchen Infiniti Cast Iron Cookware 7quart Oval Roaster, Red
    list price: $105.00
    our price: $84.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0000AT1OA
    Catlog: Kitchen
    Manufacturer: Daniel Boulud Kitchen
    Sales Rank: 68212
    US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

    Amazon.com Review

    Celebrity chef Daniel Boulud has been involved in so many food-related endeavors: Boulud is the owner of four highly renowned East Coast restaurants, most notably the four-star Daniel located in Manhattan; a Chef of the Year as bestowed by Bon Appetit; the author of several cookbooks; a guest chef on many TV and radio programs; a guest lecturer at many culinary institutes; plus he offers his own line of Caspian caviar and smoked Scottish salmon via mail order. It should be no surprise that Boulud is venturing into the cookware sector to endorse a line that meets his standards of quality and performance for his signature style of French bistro cooking.

    Attractive enough to cook and then serve from, this 7-quart oval roasting pan is the ideal size to slow-cook a stuffed roast beef, braise four to six quail, or bake a hearty serving of seasoned potatoes with cheese. Made by prestigious French cookware manufacturer Sabatier under the Daniel Boulud Kitchen label, this roaster is constructed of heavy cast iron, which absorbs and transfers heat evenly for slow uniform cooking of meats and vegetables. The pot is coated with durable enamel in vivid color for a lifetime of protection and for easier cleaning. The original cast iron surface peeks through along the rims of the pot and the lid to more closely resemble rustic French countryside pottery from generations past. The cast-iron lid also has an exposed unenameled handle and has "flavor beads", or tiny raised balls, on its underside to help steam condense and retain moisture and flavor when using the roaster to braise meats or vegetables. Sturdy ridged handles on either side of the roaster prevent slipping but do require potholders as the cast iron retains the oven’s heat. All Daniel Boulud Kitchen cookware is dishwasher-safe. --Cristina Vaamonde ... Read more

    Features

    • Endorsed by renowned celebrity chef Daniel Boulud
    • Rustic 7-quart oval roaster for roasts, poultry, large casseroles
    • Cast iron construction for even heat transfer and slow, steady cooking
    • Durable dishwasher-safe enamel coating; ridged handles for easy gripping
    • Flavor beads beneath lid help steam condense for moisture and flavor

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