The Kapoosh Universal Knife Block

Stainless Steel Kapoosh

Want to know one of our best and easiest cooking tips?

Always use a sharp knife.

Yup, that’s it. Honestly, life is so much better when you have a knife that actually cuts through a butternut squash or a roast. You save time and energy. Besides, a sharp knife is actually much safer because it’s less likely to slip while you’re cutting something and nick your fingers.

Since we opened The Good Cooking Store, we’ve all purchased a few knives. But a good knife deserves a good home and we weren’t sure where to store ours. Then we discovered the Kapoosh Knife Block.

The Kapoosh features moveable “fibers” that are fully adjustable and hold any type of knife in any position – no slots required. So it easily houses our odd collection of paring knives, bread knives, and chef knives.

These fibers are removable and dishwasher safe.

Available in either solid hardwood or stainless steel, it’ll match almost any kitchen décor.

The Kapoosh Knife Block is available from The Good Cooking Store and they do ship. Click here for information on how to reach them.

  • Carol Pohina posted at 10:01 am on Monday, May 09, 2011

    Aloha, I’m not sure if I missed it in the description but I assume this sharpens the knives as you store them. I wouldn’t mind having something like this for storing my knives instead of the original wooden block. Nice idea.
    Mahalo for sharing

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