Giveaway: Wüsthof Classic 7 Inch Chinese Cleaver

Wusthof Classic 7" Chinese Cleaver

I firmly believe that it’s important to have the right knife for the job. Sure, you can get most of your kitchen work done with a sturdy chef’s knife, a good serrated bread slicer, and sharp little paring knife, but when you get into deeper chopping and mincing, it’s sometimes nice to have some serious slicing power at hand.

That’s where the Wüsthof Classic 7 Inch Chinese Cleaver comes it. It’s flies through piles of vegetables (good for all that holiday cooking), holds a wickedly sharp edge, and has a wide flat blade that is fabulous for smashing garlic. I also like to use the blunt edge for bruising herbs, lemongrass, and other general tenderizing tasks.

It’s a knife that takes a little getting used to if you’re more accustomed to working with a smaller blade, but once you get comfortable with it, you’ll find yourself reaching for it all the time.

the cleaver in action

Thanks the lovely people at Wüsthof, I have one of these fabulous Wüsthof Cleavers to give away to a Food in Jars reader. Here’s how to enter!

  1. Leave a comment on this post and tell me about the give you’re most looking forward to giving this holiday season.
  2. Comments will close at 11:59 pm east coast time on Saturday, December 7, 2013. Winner will be chosen at random and will be posted to the blog on Sunday.
  3. Giveaway is open to US residents (apologies to my more far-flung readers).
  4. One comment per person, please. Entries must be left via the comment form on the blog at the bottom of this post. I do not accept submissions via email.

Disclosure: Wüsthof has provided both my review unit of the Wüsthof Classic 7 Inch Chinese Cleaver and the giveaway unit at no cost to me. However, my opinions remain entirely my own.

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1,045 Responses to Giveaway: Wüsthof Classic 7 Inch Chinese Cleaver

  1. 1001
    Kim says:

    Apple butter! From apples I picked myself then canned.

  2. 1002
    josie d says:

    it’s all about the stocking stuffers! i love filling the kids’ stockings with little treats!

  3. 1003

    I love giving the gift of food! I always bake lots of rum cakes!

  4. 1004
    Gyla Alford says:

    It’s giving my daughter a gift she is clueless about!

  5. 1005
    Lana says:

    It has to be the grandchildren’s gifts. It is so fun to have little ones here for Christmas again!

  6. 1006
    Brad says:

    I am most looking forward to giving my little brother a chia Sasquatch. As far as food I am sending out pickled seabeans to all of my friends.

  7. 1007
    Marita says:

    Hand made soap to family and friends

  8. 1008
    Billie says:

    I got my mom a great used copy of “French for Cats” by Henry Beard. It is such a cute book, and I fully expect her cat to start speaking French instead of Meowing in the near future :)

  9. 1009
    sharon says:

    cooking stuffs for my daughter.

  10. 1010
    Helene Marie says:

    giving my husband a Penn State ring to replace the class ring he lost August 1972 in Terre Haute, Indiana….

  11. 1011
    Teresa OH says:

    I love stuffing the family’s stockings…..some years they overflow :) we don’t use the usual orange or apple..but exotic fruit like kiwis and dragon fruit

  12. 1012
    Lindsay says:

    Homemade cookies & homemade oatmeal & brown sugar scrub! Both beautifully packaged, of course! Happy Holidays, everyone!

  13. 1013
    Erin says:

    I’m going to make jam for everyone at work. I also just finished buying things for my Secret Santa person so that was fun!

  14. 1014
    Linda says:

    My homemade jam…

  15. 1015

    An art kit for my 3 year old daughter. Can’t wait to see her open the crayon “rocks” in the red velvet bag…

  16. 1016
    Brighid says:

    I’m looking forward to giving boxes of biscotti to relatives who are too elderly to bake but still love a good cup of coffee and cookies to share with friends.

  17. 1017
    Diana says:

    Looking forward to giving my 13-month-old a sleeping bag for camping adventures next summer!

  18. 1018
    Susan says:

    I love giving my fruit butters to folks whether it’s a holiday or not

  19. 1019
    Ron says:

    I’m looking forward to giving away homeade blackberry jam and blackberry-infused liquor

  20. 1020
    Jennifer says:

    My homemade gift sets of bath and beauty items!

  21. 1021
    Stacey says:

    I don’t know if I can pick one; I just love to see everyone’s face!

  22. 1022
    Lally Duran says:

    Homemade canning goodies! To all my friends and family, I’m so excited!!

  23. 1023
    Danna says:

    Mint chocolate fudge. I could eat a whole batch of it myself!

  24. 1024
    nina says:

    I gift a lot of homemade canned goodies . . . jams, jellies, pickles, sauerkraut, tomato sauce.

  25. 1025
    SharonF says:

    I’m giving my husband a Kuerig coffee machine.

  26. 1026
    Amy Rehmert says:

    I am looking forward to giving my daughter the Anne of Green Gables box set. I can’t wait to see her face light up!

  27. 1027
    Jamie says:

    Morrissey’s ‘Autobiography’, in the paperback UK-only Penguin Classics edition! :-)

  28. 1028
    Julie says:

    I’m giving my sil some cooking lessons and cooking gear. Looking forward to spending time with her!

  29. 1029
    Laura Z says:

    Peach jam made from juicy summer peaches. A little taste of summer in the South in a jar. :)

    • 1029.1
      Lynne May says:

      I’m looking forward to giving the homemade pickles and jams to family and friends. A little bit of a northern summer in a decorated jar!

  30. 1030
    Tammy Bathgate says:

    I am looking forward to spending quality time with the people that I love.

  31. 1031
    Megan says:

    Homemade granola, in jars of course!

  32. 1032
    Karen says:

    I can’t wait to give my student worker the gift I got her: a pink flamingo ornament for her Christmas tree!

  33. 1033
    Lilly Gray says:

    I just gave what I was looking forward to. I taught me friend how to make and can strawberry jam. We both made it for gifts and for our pantries. 70 jars worth. It was so fun to show her, and now she wants to know what we are canning next.

  34. 1034
    Anna says:

    Lemon curd and caramel.

  35. 1035
    Juli J says:

    I can’t wait to hand out my batch of your pear & chocolate jam this Christmas! It’s divine!

  36. 1036

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