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Thomas Kitchen Knives and Knife Block

Tesco Thomas Kitchen Knives and Knife Block promotion

I’m really loving cooking at the moment (who’d have thought a couple of years ago), so when Tesco got in touch and offered me Thomas kitchen knives and and knife block for myself and another one to give away to one lucky reader, I couldn’t decline.

I received a small santoku knife, a large santoku knife, a utility knife as well as a cooks knife and a bread knife – everything you need on a day to day basis really. The knives are all made from quality steel and perfect for slicing, dicing, chopping and carving. Plus, you can combine them with lots of other kitchen accessories from the Thomas range that is currently part of a fabulous promotional deal at Tesco.

Tesco are running a sticker promotion between 3rd March – 1st June 2014 where you can save up to 70% on exclusive kitchenware products at Tesco. For every £20 you spend online OR in-store you can collect a sticker, once you’ve collected five stickers you can use these to save up to 70% off professional kitchenware items. 

Thomas Kitchen Knives and Knife Block

To find out more about the promotion and how to redeem your stickers, please check the terms and conditions and everything on offer here.

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303 Comments

    • It does. If you would like to enter the competition, please let me know what you would cut, slice or dice as otherwise I won’t be able to count your contact.

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  1. Maybe some cucumber or celery for my daughters lunch (currently weaning)! My current knives are really blunt :(

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  2. Maybe I can finally make those lovely, teeny weeny, julienned matchstick carrots!

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  3. Would love a new bread knife to cut my cranberry and pecan bread mmmmmm

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  4. Celeriac – I love it mashed, and it’s always a good test to see what a new knife can do!

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  5. Our Sunday chicken, so it doesn’t look like it as been hacked at when if finally gets to the plate!

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  6. A lovely fresh loaf of uncut bread, you cant cut fresh bread with a blunt knife – unless you want a squashed loaf! :-)

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  7. my daughters carrots she eats them raw but likes them peeled and eats at least 2 a day after school x

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  8. Onions I would love to be able to cut onions thinly but all my knifes are blunt

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  9. One of the hottest chilli’s in the world. The trinidad scorpion moruga!

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  10. I make a big batch of chopped salad every couple of days so that is what I’d make first…enjoying the luxury of a nice new sharp knife!

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  11. Not sure depends when they arrive, but probably bread for toast or a sandwiches :)

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  12. I’ll dice a swede! It’s so hard to cut with my blunt knives!

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  13. Probably meat of some kind as that’s what I struggle with now

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  14. I would give these to my gorgeous daughter, as she’s vegan, she would use them to prepare some lovely veg. Of course. They do look rather good, but there’s nothing wrong with our knives, so they would best given to Rach I think.

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  15. Tomatos – always chopping them for salads, but they tend to squish at them moment with my blunt knifes

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  16. My favourite veg to chop is courgettes, but it will most likely be some potatoes!

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  17. Butternut squash. Great roasted or in a soup, but if you haven’t got a decent knife you’re exhausted by the time you’ve finished chopping it up!

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  18. I’m going to chop up some chicken and vegetables to make a stir fry.

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  19. I would slice some spuds,cut some swede and onions,which will all go in ,y cornish pasties.Yum.

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  20. First thing I’ll cut? The old cruddy knives I currently have before I chuck them in the bin!

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  21. Vegetables for a lovely roast …. and hopefully not a finger lol

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  22. Some nice chicken breasts, onion and garlic chopped up for my Chicken Korma

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  23. I’m going to dice some braising steak to make my specialty- a healthy slow-cooked beef madras. yummy!

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  24. I would slice and score the skin on pork to make some nice crackling

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  25. May sound crazy but it will be to peel and chop my carrots which I munch on every day. No I am not a guinea pig, I just really like carrots

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  26. I’ll be making a stir fry. So Chicken, peppers onion, chilli and mange tout will be first under the knife

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  27. Chicken breasts so I can compare them to my current (almost blunt) knives :)

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  28. Myself probably! Failing that some onions as I seem to chop those almost every day…

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  29. onions and bell peppers for a chilli, been a while since we had a chilli :-)

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  30. a big pile of onions – you need really good, sharp, smooth knives to dice onions like a pro and my knives are terrible!

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  31. I mostly chop onions and use them in most of my recipes, so in all likelihood it will be them!

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  32. Carrots, there always seem to be carrots to chop in our house!

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  33. Chopping everything for my favourite slow cooked beef and veggie stew.

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  34. 1st thing I’ll slice will probably be for a salad, and some kebabs, as it’s summer now and barbie weather :)

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  35. Onion as that always seems to be the start of most recipes I cook.

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  36. Tomatos for my sandwich – really need a decent sharp knife for that :)

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  37. As the salad season is getting near, probably a nice, ripe, tomato – which definitely needs a good, sharp, knife.

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  38. Lots of carrot and cucumber sticks for the children to dip in the hummus.

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  39. A juicy pineapple for a nice fruit salad to enjoy in the garden over the Easter weekend (if it’s warm enough!)

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  40. Kohl rabi – it arrived in the veg box and apparantly makes great coleslaw

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  41. I would love for it to be something exotic and out of this world, but if I’m 100% truthful it is most likely going to be crusty bread!

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  42. A swede as I don’t have a sharp enough knife to do it currently!

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  43. mine would allow me to make a nice stair fry. love chopping veg!

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  44. A tomato! Sounds basic but my knives are that blunt im using a bread knife at mo and it will be nice to slice a tomato and having it in one piece rather than scraping it together

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  45. I am making some homemade bread so a nice shop knife to slice it would be great

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  46. Some pineapple as i have been craving it really bad whilst pregnant!

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  47. I’d have great fun slicing tomatoes because I’m so fed up of my current knives squashing them and I always end up with squashed tomato slices in my sarnies :-)

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