Chicago Cutlery DesignPro Knife Set Giveaway! CLOSED

This giveaway is now closed. Congrats to Nicole Newman! Thanks to all for entering.

Knives are one of those things you don’t really appreciate how bad the ones you have are until you have a set of really awesome ones. You don’t know that slicing an apple shouldn’t count as your upper arm workout for the day. It’s possible you may not understand cutting into a fresh loaf of bread doesn’t mean completely demolishing each piece as you try to carve each slice. A really GREAT set of knives can make all the difference in the kitchen, which is what I discovered when I received a set of Chicago Cutlery DesignPro Knives. A sharp, well designed knife can easily be your most important utensil and can save you so much time as you work.

This summer I struggled with simply slicing tomatoes with ease… my old knives were even recently professionally sharpened, they just weren’t built for the job. Now that I have a set of Chicago Cutlery DesignPro knives, I understand that slicing into a tomato isn’t supposed to be a struggle. A good knife will slide right through with ease.

Chicago Cutlery DesignPro Knives feature a well designed grip that guides your hand to the right position on the knife for superior control and cutting. I’ve noticed a huge difference when chopping, slicing, carving, etc. The design of the handle gives me the confidence and control I want.

My friends at Chicago Cutlery have offered to give one lucky Dine & Dish reader a pair of knives. Up for the giveaway is one (1) DesignPro Bread Knife and one (1) DesignPro Partoku knife (my new favorite)!

Giveaway Details:

To enter the giveaway, simply leave a comment on this post telling me how a pair of good knives could help you in your kitchen.

For additional entries:

  • Share a link to this post on any or all of your social networks (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, Google+, etc). Leave a separate comment on this post for each place you share it at.

All comments must be received by midnight, CST on Wednesday, September 12th 2012. Winner will be chosen via and notified via valid email address. Thanks for entering and good luck!

Disclosure: I am a paid brand ambassador for Chicago Cutlery. They are providing the items for this giveaway. All opinions expressed are completely my own.

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  1. Jordan Richelle says

    I help my mom alot with prepping meals, now that Im home from College , sharp quality knives would be great

  2. says

    Well, considering my old (cheap) knives will no longer stay sharp, and the tips are breaking off….new, quality knives would be a tremendous help in our kitchen!

  3. Christine says

    My husband is tired of replacing my knives when I break them (i.e. inserting into avocado pit, turning, and blade breaks off!). Would love a new set! Thanks!

  4. says

    I got a “deal” on a set of knives and after 1 month of using them they have developed rust and lost a lot of their initial sharpness. SO disappointing, but I can’t afford a new set just yet. This would help ALOT.

  5. says

    I totally understand your pain! I didn’t know how amazing it was to not struggle with knives in the kitchen until I went to culinary school and got a knife kit! I have yet to buy knives for the house, I just use my school knives. So it cracks me up when anyone references cutting tomatoes with a dull knife. It is so sad:(. I would love a knife set at home, so I don’t have to go back and forth with my kit knives. I would cut tomatoes all day long!

  6. says

    I own a few great knives already and get nervous if anyone uses them in the kitchen without my permission. I’d love to try these Chicago Cutlery and see how they compare to my Wustof professional knives!

  7. Lori H says

    I can relate to squished bread & tomatoes, along with other mangled fruits & veggies. I’m definitely due for a new set of knives – my current knives are a “vintage” Chicago Cutlery set I’ve had for about 25 years. They’ve served me well, and really deserve to retire.

  8. says

    My parents have these knives and I love them. I’d love them because I’ve only really invested in one good santuku knife. I’d like a solid set for more versatility.


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