Knife Skills How To’s and Recipes

We’ve been giving you our best knife and cutting tips and now we have them all in one place for you! Our Knife Skills series is sponsored by Cutco.


Thanks for joining us for our Knife Skills series! We hope you’ve learned something new and that these skills will make your everyday cooking easier and more enjoyable. In case you missed anything, we’ve gathered the How To’s and recipes for you here.

How to Care for Your Knives

Tips for taking care of your knives so they stay sharp and shiny.

How to Chop an Onion

How to chop an onion

Chopping Herbs

How To Chop Herbs

How to Carve a Chicken

How to carve a chicken

Beef Carpaccio

Grab some wine and sharpen your knife because today we're tackling the Italian classic Beef Carpaccio.

How to Skin a Fish

How to remove the skin from a fish fillet

Baked Haddock with Onion and Herbs

How to Supreme an Orange

How To Supreme an Orange

How to Cut Fennel

How To Cut Fennel

Autumn Fennel and Orange Salad

Fennel Orange Salad

How to Debone and Stuff a Chicken Quarter

How to debone and stuff a chicken leg

Stuffed Chicken Leg with Sausage and Apple

How to stuff a chicken thigh

How to Dice a Sweet Potato

Diced Sweet Potato

Sweet Potato Hash with Sausage

Sweet Potato Hash with Sausage

There you have it! All the knife skills you need to step up your home cooking. Enjoy!

Disclosure: This article is sponsored by Cutco. All opinions are ours and honest.
This post originally appeared in October 2016 and was revised and republished in March 2020.

Knife Skills How To\'s and Recipes
Knife Skills How To\'s and Recipes

Nicole Johnson

Nicole has been blogging for 5 years at OrWhateverYouDo, when not chasing her 7 kids around or working as Account Manager at Mediavine. She basically lives, breathes, and eats blogging. And cookies. A pasta fanatic and dedicated tomato fan, she occasionally branches out into crazier things like oh, rice and potatoes. She features mostly from scratch cooking with a healthy smattering of easy convenience meals tossed in to keep it real.