electric knife


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electric knife

A knife that functions by a high-frequency cutting current.
See also: knife
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Electric Knife, pounds 14.95 (www.johnlewis.com, 0845 604 9049)
Using the electric knife, make five or six cuts down the sides of the ear.
A surgeon was removing a mole on his bottom with an electric knife which ignited the expelled gas, producing a flame which set light to his genitals which had been washed with surgical spirit.
ELECTRIC KNIFE & PEELER APPLIANCE 17,113,754 1,491,391
A sharp knife or an electric knife can be used to cut the foam after marking it with a pencil.
Use switch-activated a) electric peeler b) electric knife to peel and slice fruit.
"The electric knife is a wonderful epiphenomenon," as Holldobler puts it, sounding a little wistful.
Sharpness is the theme of Edge Craft with the Chef's Choice Model 110 electric knife sharpener, and Chef's Choice Manual Diamond Hone 450, both incorporating angle control.
For example, don't open a can by hand when you can use an electrict can opener, don't stir cake batter when an electric mixer will do the job, and don't saw away at a roast when an electric knife will slice it easily.
Kamrin recommends hauling out the electric knife for tidy slices; however, we found a really sharp long-bladed knife also did the job well.) If you don't have a recipe for turkey on hand, try Kettle-cooked Marinated Turkey, following, which uses the barbecue instead of the oven for roasting.
He charges $5, but he's a nice guy, and there's a fish-cleaning table and water hose and power for my electric knife.