- Full set for carving Spanish cured ham
- Long flexible knife for carving
- Large knife for trimming ham
- Small knife for cutting around bones
- Knife sharpener and durable canvas case
The best way to enjoy the Spanish jamón at its finest is by cutting thin slices directly from a whole ham. To take advantage of every part of your jamón it is important to have the right tools. Preparing the ham and slicing it well require different knives, and this set of finest quality stainless steel knives allow you to carve like a professional.
This knife set contains everything you need to enjoy every ounce of your ham, whether it is a traditional Serrano ham or the finest Jamón Ibérico de Bellota.
The first knife you will need is a large, sturdy knife for cutting away the outer skin and fat to expose the area you will slice. Second, there is the long, flexible knife for cutting thin delectable slices. Finally there is a short, agile knife used to cut around bones and hard to reach areas. We also include a diamond surfaced sharpening steel which you should use before each carving session to keep the knives razor sharp. The entire set is enclosed in a durable zippered canvas carrying case for storage and portability.
Martinez & Gascón forges their stainless steel knives in Albacete, the city famous across Spain for its excellent knives. Each knife is well balanced, with a full tang of steel reaching the bottom of the handle for extra durability and strength. Martinez y Gascón professional knives are made in Albacete with molybdenum and vanadium forged stainless steel, making for a long lasting edge and great durability. Martinez y Gascón is a family knife maker founded in 1945. It is run by Julia Martinez, the third generation of her family to run the company. Their focus is supplying professional chefs and butchers with the finest, most durable knives available.
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"I gave this set to my husband for his birthday and he absolutely loved it. Great quality! "
Marisol - Miami, FL February 2019
"This is actually about the video clip about cutting a bone-in ham. It was very well done, informative, and it probably sold me on not only the knife collection, but also the ham and the possibility to expand my and my family's palate for Spanish foods. Thank you both to the narrator and the excellent ham cutter!"
Dan - Naples, Fla & Chicago, FL February 2017