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FLEXIBLE CUTTING MATS Silicone backing grips countertops. Thin, fl exible material lets you funnel ingredients into recipes. Mats include measure marks. Set of three in red, orange and green.


A. FLEXIBLE CUTTING MATS 11" x 15". #1013 $17.00 


B. SMALL FLEXIBLE CUTTING MATS


8½" x 10½". #1015 $10.50 


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H COLOR COATED KNIVES


Sharp, corrosion-resistant stainless blades have nonstick coating and ergonomic handles. Storage covers included.


C. PARING KNIFE 2¾" blade. #1074 $14.00 


D. UTILITY KNIFE 4½" blade. #1093 $16.00 


E. TOMATO KNIFE 4½" serrated blade. #1064 $16.00 


F. SANTOKU KNIFE 5" blade. #1059 $19.50 


G. CHEF’S KNIFE 7" blade. #1094 $20.50 


H. BREAD KNIFE 8" serrated blade. #1069 $20.50 


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CUTTING BOARDS WITH JUICE WELLS


Wide grooves and a well with a corner spout to pour off juices. Standard and metric measure marks are molded into the countertop-gripping edges.


I. MEDIUM


1-cup well. 13" x 9". #1016 $21.50 


J. LARGE


Narrow grooves on reverse side.


2¹⁄³-cup well. 18" x 12".


#1014 $35.50 


M. HOLD ‘N SLICE® Keep food steady and your hands safe while slicing.


#1101 $6.50 


K. MY SAFE CUTTER


Safe, stainless cutter has a rounded point and is just sharp enough for kids’ cutting and crafting. Great for carving pumpkins. 2¾" blade.


#2904 $4.75 


L. QUIKUT PARING KNIVES Quickly garnish and cut. 2½" stainless blade. Set includes two cranberry knives and one white knife.


#1258 $6.00  WHITE QUIKUT PARING KNIFE #1250 $2.50 


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N. HANDY SCRAPER Cleanly move chopped ingredients from cutting board to recipe. #1615 $7.50 


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