A good set of steak knives can cost hundreds of dollars. Meanwhile, an antique set of baller butter knives from an thrift store will run a fraction of the cost. Just take them home, get intimate with a sharpening stone or a grinder, and make some DIY magic. The Seattle-based tinkerers at Chefsteps show how it's done above.
How to (Safely) Transform a Butter Knife into a Steak Knife
Chefsteps demos how to transform an antique butter knife into a exquisite steak knife.
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