Carving Your Thanksgiving Day Bird: Tools of the Trade

 

While Leitz prides itself on providing the finest cutting tools, which very likely helped build your dining room furniture, we cannot recommend using Leitz tools at the Thanksgiving table. We are however deeply thankful for our industry friends, colleagues, customers and partners who use Leitz products to shape and build a better world. We wish you and yours a great Thanksgiving celebration!

From a consultative and educational standpoint, we can offer the following information to help you prepare for this important. We’ve rounded up the top articles covering¬†everything you need to know about carving your turkey. Just one suggestion, leave the saw blades at the shop.

What’s the Best Knife for Carving a Turkey?

Outdoor magazine cooked up three turkeys and risked their fingers for us and conducted a knife to knife test – view the results here. We want to know who ate all of the turkeys.

Esquire magazine offers up two suggestions for knives.

Lastly, from people that really know what they are doing, check out an interview with Corey Milligan of New West Knifeworks in Jackson Hole, Wyoming from the Splendid Table.

How to Carve Your Turkey

Our friends at Real Simple have made turkey carving… well, simple. Pull up this step-by-step guide on the big day and impress even your most scrupulous family members. Bonus, there is even a video.

And of course, no Thanksgiving dinner blog is complete without information from the domestic expert herself, Martha Stewart. Here is a step-by-step slideshow of how to carve your turkey in the most traditional way possible. It’s a good thing.

Enjoy Your Feast

Now that you know which tools to use and how to use them, you’ve got what you need to be the hero at your Thanksgiving Day table.