#2744 Oyster Knife
Shucking oysters are much more pleasurable when you use an oyster knife with the right features. Shucking is the action of prying open oysters and separating their meat from the shell. The blade of an oyster knife is beveled yet dull, so the delicate muscle of the oyster will not become damaged when shucking. At the blade’s end, the pointed or rounded tip is curved slightly upward which helps to unhinge the oyster and slice through its muscle.
Dexter Russell Sani-Safe handles are used in commercial kitchens all over the world. You’ve seen that signature white handle in all types of restaurants, sub shops, pizza shops as well as home kitchens. Sani-Safe handles feature a textured, slip-resistant, easy to clean polypropylene handle that withstands high and low temperatures. The impervious blade to handle seal provides the utmost in sanitary qualification and earns the NSF seal.