Mullen liked this hand-honed eight-inch Japanese knife, saying it succeeded at everything from filleting fish to slicing meat. "It's balanced and allows for precise cuts," he says. However, Mullen said the pakkawood handle's narrow grip takes some getting used to. [$200; surlatable.com]
Photograph by Travis Rathbone
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