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Thai Tools and Knives Update / ImportFood

​Quick note to share great deals you might appreciate for the holidays.  We import all of these as only the best, and pass savings along to you as a direct importer.  


Set of Three Zebra-Head Thai Stainless Tools

These three high quality culinary tools are essential for an Asian kitchen. Inexpensive but also very high quality steel, bakelite handle, and design. 

Heavy duty made to last. $19.95 for the set of three is a fantastic bargain.

SEE: Set of Three Zebra-Head Thai Stainless Tools


Set of Two Zebra-Head Thai Stainless Tools

Very high quality steel, bakelite handle, and design.

The ladle has a nice large size and the strainer is useful for all sorts of tasks in the kitchen. $19.95.

SEE: Set of Two Zebra-Head Thai Stainless Tools


Set of Three Plastic Handle Knives, Kiwi Thailand

You get one of each -- at the great price of $11.95. These three are the most popular we reach for in our kitchen. Ridiculously inexpensive but also very high quality steel, handle, and design.

Made in Thailand by Kiwi, the handles are marine-grade plastic.

SEE: Set of Three Plastic Handle Knives, Kiwi Thailand


Set of Four Knives, Kiwi Thailand

Get this useful set of four high quality Kiwi knives for a nice discount price.  Our most popular set of Thai knives.

SEE: Set of Four Knives, Kiwi Thailand

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Comments 1

Guest - Bernard McIntyre on Friday, 06 December 2019 01:34

Why do you not offer the set of eight yellow handled, extremely sharp 'steak knives' along with the BLACK PLASTIC handle slicing knife? That BLACK PLASTIC HANDLED knife was GREAT, really sharp, the edge lasted a very long time and when it became less sharp, it just needed a few strokes on a 'steel' and it was a 'razor' again.

My second order of these knives had a thicker bladed, wooden handled slicer which does not hold its 'edge' is hard to get even close to being sharp, and one which I have thrown into the 'used knife bin, worthless'. I still use the BLACK PLASTIC thin blade slicer even though it has suffered its nicks and abuses for these many years, once on the 'steel', be careful, it will cut anything before it.
bernard

Why do you not offer the set of eight yellow handled, extremely sharp 'steak knives' along with the BLACK PLASTIC handle slicing knife? That BLACK PLASTIC HANDLED knife was GREAT, really sharp, the edge lasted a very long time and when it became less sharp, it just needed a few strokes on a 'steel' and it was a 'razor' again. My second order of these knives had a thicker bladed, wooden handled slicer which does not hold its 'edge' is hard to get even close to being sharp, and one which I have thrown into the 'used knife bin, worthless'. I still use the BLACK PLASTIC thin blade slicer even though it has suffered its nicks and abuses for these many years, once on the 'steel', be careful, it will cut anything before it. bernard
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