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Prepare Then Carve Gift Set

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With Rada's Prepare Then Carve Gift Set, the recipient will master the art of meat carving and look like a pro while doing it!  

It features four of our best cutting and carving utensils, making an ideal gift for people who enjoy immersing themselves in roasting, grilling, or smoking a big hunk of meat and looking really good while doing it. 

The Prepare Then Serve Gift Set includes:

  • REGULAR PARING KNIFE

  • UTILITY/STEAK KNIFE

  • CARVING FORK

  • SLICER

The Regular Paring Knife, with its 3¼" blade, gives this set a burst of versatility. A great fit for meat-prep tasks and extremely useful for paring fruits and vegetables to be served with the meal.

Rada’s Utility/Steak Knife features a non-serrated stainless steel 4 7/8"blade, providing smooth cutting action. It’s equally useful at the kitchen counter for prep work and on your dinner table for cutting through meat.

The razor-sharp edge of the Rada Slicer's 7" blade will easily slice a turkey, pork loin, roast, or prime rib. Cut up meat and veggies for kabobs, chop through a head a cabbage for slaw, or cut easily through melons.

The stunning Carving Fork is the perfect companion for the Slicer. The two long 5⅛" stainless steel tines hold meat in place as you slice, providing stability while you carve.

This combination of utensils creates a deluxe set that gives the recipient everything they need for carving and serving.

Rada employees hand sharpen surgical-grade T420 high-carbon stainless steel for a blade with maximum edge retention.  Knives are hollow ground to achieve and maintain a sharp edge that lasts.  When sharpening is needed for non-serrated blades, it's an easy and inexpensive at-home process with our Quick Edge Knife Sharpener. 

    All gift sets are packaged in attractive gift boxes that make wrapping unnecessary—simply add a bow. These uniquely designed boxes have form-fitting thermal inserts to keep the knives in place, making them safe for gift giving as well as storage.

    • Meticulously hand sharpened super-hard surgical-grade T420 high-carbon stainless steel to a razor-sharp edge.
    • Knives are hollow ground to achieve and maintain a sharp edge that lasts. 
    • Available with silver satin aluminum handle.
    • Handles have a built-in finger guard to protect fingers while cutting.
    • Backed by our Lifetime Guarantee: Rada Mfg. Co. will replace any product manufactured by our company returned to us due to defects in material or workmanship.

    Product Specifications
    REGULAR PARING KNIFE: BLADE 3.25", OVERALL 6.75"
    UTILITY/STEAK KNIFE: BLADE 4.875", OVERALL 8.625"
    CARVING FORK: TINES 5.125", OVERALL 9.5" 
    SLICER: BLADE 7", OVERALL 11.375"

    BLADE MATERIAL Surgical-Quality, T420 High-Carbon Stainless Steel
    SILVER HANDLE MATERIAL Cast Aluminum
    COUNTRY OF PRODUCTION USA

    Hand washing all fine cutlery is recommended.

    Hand washing Rada’s silver-handle knives and utensils is recommended. This prevents microscopic dings on the blades’ cutting edge, eliminates the harsh environment created by a dishwasher's high temperatures and abrasive detergents, and helps protect your cutlery from corrosion, ultimately extending the life of the finish.

    Why Rada?

    Rada Mfg. Co. has been manufacturing cutlery in the Midwest since 1948, selling more than 170 million knives since that time. Every product is 100% made in the USA, from raw materials all the way through construction.
    We started out in a small facility producing just six products and three gift sets, several of which are still in production today. We’ve come a long way since then and offer 125+ products from knives, utensils, and gift sets to kitchen tools, food mixes, and recipe and gift books.
    Through the years, Rada has remained strong, with this goal at the forefront: 
    Providing outstanding knives at an exceptional value that everyone can afford
    because sharp knives shouldn't be a luxury.