Chroma Knives Competition

The  Staff Canteen

The Staff Canteen

Editor 23rd May 2011

The Staff Canteen, in association with Chroma, are offering the following prize.

 This will be Kudos linked and will see the top 5-Kudos points scorers entering into a draw. The competition will run from 1st June through to the 14th June inclusive.   The full competition rules will be posted in the forum, on or before 31st May.  Thanks to Chroma knives for their support. 

 Competition Prizes:

First prize  Set of 6 Haiku Original knives and block (Utility 120 mm, Paring 80 mm, Breadknife 250 mm, Chef 200 mm, Carving 270 mm, Small Santoku 140 mm, a Guminoki knife block) Runner's up prizes (2) 1 x Haiku Original Chef's knife (200 mm) (RRP £79.99)  Here's your chance to join the Michelin starred line-up who choose & use Haiku Original knives in their kitchens. The first prize is a fantastic set of 6 Haiku Original knives and an excellent quality wooden block (altogether worth more than £300!). Two runner's up can also join the elite with Haiku Original Chef's knives to be won. You can find the full range of Haiku and Type 301 by F.A.Porsche and our preferred stockists at www.chromaknives.co.uk.  Haiku Original Haiku knives are THE kitchen essential for professional chefs and scratch cooks, boasting durability, lightness and the unique comfort of the wooden handle. Based on the Samurai tradition and the Japanese ritual of the sword-smith, Haiku knives are made in artisan workshops in Japan. Haiku are crafted from modern high-grade steel which produces blades of outstanding durability and extraordinary sharpness. The handle is based on a traditional Japanese design - a "mekugi" (a bamboo peg) secures the wooden handle to the blade providing exceptional stability.  Haiku are an excellent blade for intensive everyday use, part of the natural wooden handle is left un-waxed allowing the wood to expand slightly, this maintains a consistently tight bond between the tang and the handle.
The  Staff Canteen

The Staff Canteen

Editor 23rd May 2011

Chroma Knives Competition