It's easy to be upsold into buying a huge knife set, while in reality, a properly handled chef's knife can tackle 99.9 per cent of the cutting you have to do. But one knife alone in a block can look so lonely.
So J.A. Henckels commissioned designer Aaron Root to come up with a solution for those who'd like to expand their wares a knife at a time, and Root completely nailed the solution.
You buy a knife, it comes with a one-knife block. (That unto itself is pretty neat.) But this block also has magnets that allow it to stick to other blocks...or hey, even the fridge.
Taste Test is our week-long tribute to the leaps that occur when technology meets cuisine, spanning everything from the historic breakthroughs that made food tastier and safer to the Earl Grey-friendly replicators we impatiently await in the future.