boning knife


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bon·ing knife

(bō′nĭng)
n.
A knife with a narrow blade and a sharp point, used for removing the bones from poultry, meat, and fish.
Translations

boning knife

ncoltello per disossare
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At Asia Asia, we use a Pacojet, a double Robata, an Electrolux French top oven, the Masahiro brand Yanagi knives for sashimi, and the Nenohi brand Teba boning knife for sushi.
For example, a boning knife is a better tool than a chef's knife for boning a leg of lamb, he said.
First up, we learned about the different kinds of knife - and that all you really need is a boning knife.
com) comes complete with a gut-hook skinner, a caping knife, a folding boning knife, an axe, a wood/bone saw, a ribcage spreader and a sharpener in a nylon roll-pack organizer with individual sheaths.
It contains a caping knife, gut-hook skinner, boning knife, axe, bone saw, and rib cage spreader in a 3.
Gourlay, a chef, was 19 when she slaughtered Melanie, 22, with a boning knife after breaking into her flat, high on drugs and wearing surgical gloves.
The jury was also shown a boning knife taken from Bridger's house which appeared to have "burn marks" on the blade.
Also recovered from the ashes of the wood burner was a boning knife - badly charred - and other knives nearby.
Also found in the wood-burning stove was a charred boning knife.
Around the wood burner were a number of knives, including a boning knife, which was badly burnt.
After an exchange of words, Summers fetched a boning knife from the kitchen and started waving it at his face in a slashing motion, said prosecutor Harry Hadfield.
It also includes one 6-inch boning knife which features a narrowed blade best for carving between bone and meat; one 7.