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The defendant was living with the victim, an in-law who called for police after a heated argument morphed into a knife attack.

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Our take: Henckels is known first and foremost for its kitchen knives. This trusted company puts an emphasis on making lightweight, easy-to-use knives perfect for everyday use.

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Our take: Cuisinart has made a name for itself by manufacturing high-quality, reliable kitchen appliances for decades. And the brand applies the same principles of craftsmanship, durability and practicality to its kitchen knives.

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Our take: Precise German engineering shines in every kitchen knife made by Wüsthof. With this brand’s name stamped on your knife blade, you know you’re using the best-quality materials and design. Of course, this comes with a slightly steeper price tag, and often the knives are not dishwasher-safe.

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It's hard to get perfectly thin slices for most of us home cooks, even with a good knife. But with a mandoline, you can get even slices of all sorts of vegetables and other ingredients. One example is the OXO Good Grips Hand-Held version (Amazon, $15), which comes with settings for three different thin-nesses, and a handle so you can slice safely and quickly into a bowl or over a plate.

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Using a wooden cutting board is the best way to keep knives sharp. Stores stock a variety of sizes of Madeira's line of bamboo boards that are naturally anti-bacterial. Add a heavy-duty Madeira teak spoon or spatula, conveniently stocked nearby, and now you're cookin'.

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Foodies will love these rainbow-colored titanium-coated stainless steel knives. The 12-piece Tomodachi by Hampton Forge Cutlery Set are stick-resistant and come with blade guards. The set includes a 6-inch chef knife, 5-inch serrated utility knife, a 3.5-inch paring knife and 3-inch Santoku knife. They are dishwasher safe and come with a 25-year limited warranty.

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The son of an Army officer, Gallagher enlisted in the Navy in 1999. He served as a Navy medic and in 2005 completed the brutally challenging Basic Underwater Demolition course to become a Navy SEAL, one of the most elite special operations forces in the U.S. military.

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One of the coolest things you can get a budding chef is a knife that's safe for little fingers and that they can call their own. My son had one during the under-10 years that made him feel like a pro.

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Thanksgiving is about reflecting on what you're grateful for with friends and family, but it’s also about eating a whole lot of turkey. When it comes to carving your bird, don’t leave guests hungry and waiting. This year, try an electric carving set to serve your feast more quickly than ever.

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