This post is sponsored by Hampton Forge.
When Hampton Forge asked if I would be interested in trying out their Knives, I said: “Oh, yes definitely.” I love preparing cocktails, and my fiance loves to grill, what a perfect way to show off our cutting skills (kidding). I knew this would be a good time to experiment with the knives, cutting pineapples to add to my summer cocktail “Pineapple Crush” to go with our meal.
I can’t believe it’s that time of year again, and summer is here! YAY. Tomorrow is the last day of school for my youngest, and you know what that means?, Lots of BBQ’s, fun time swimming in the pool, Outdoor Dining every evening (unless it’s raining), we are super excited to welcome summer with open arms. I have tons of great outdoor dining ideas, from the table setting to DIY napkins. I can’t wait to share it all, lots happening here on Design It Vintage so be sure to follow along.
I have to say this knife series by Tomodachi cuts like butter; seriously I was almost afraid I would cut myself. My fiance thinks they are the best knives ever. I think so too; cutting was easy and hassle free. I also love the large handle for easy gripping; it feels safe and extremely comfortable to hold. Hampton Forge shipped us the Red; a Utility Serrated Knife, the Yellow; a Paring knife and a large Blue Chef’s knife. All three are super sharp, Click here for more information on these lovely colorful knives. Below are a few other colors that we love, and one day have to add to our collection.
The next set I received is the Skandia series Talvi the four-piece steak knife set. I love the beautiful glossy white finish on the handles, so modern and sleek looking. It feels smooth and easy to handle. Perfect for cutting steaks, that’s what we did, we wanted to put this steak knife to the test, and let me tell you. They are super sharp.
He’s so cute. My son cut the steak for me. He thought he had to wear the fedora hat. LOL!
My delicious and refreshing “Pineapple Crush” cocktail.
The steaks turned out delicious, and the knives cut the steaks perfectly.
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Outdoor Dining: Tablescape Styling
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