This knife needs no introduction. You may have seen the infomercial where Chef Tony slices a pineapple in mid air, cuts wood, and slices a tomato like butter. The Miracle Blade comes in a set of nine other knives that costs $40, plus a $15 shipping charge. But Does It Work?
We took our Miracle Blade to Stella's restaurant where Chef Christian Gaines helped us. He's seen the miracle blade in action. "Not in person. Only on the informercials," said Christian.
Chef Christian first cut the tomato and fancy I might add. "Well, I was seeing how close I can get this. This isn't that bad," Christian said about the knife.
And now the meat. "I'd say that it cuts pretty decent," he said.
"Why is the handle raised?" we asked. "It's offset so you don't bust your knuckles on the cutting board," he said.
Now for the ultimate test. The knife is supposed to cut pipe, which it did. Saw wood, which it did and slice the tomato to demonstrate how the knife doesn't dull. "How's it slicing?" we asked. "Not that bad actually," he answered.
The Miracle Blade was able to cut through tough material and tackle the softest tomato with no problem. The Miracle Blade works!