Enjoy Your Company’s Next Breakfast Meeting with This Bread Knife

Grab a Bread Knife for National Bagel & Lox Day
Grab a Bread Knife for National Bagel & Lox Day


Are you in charge of planning your next company breakfast meeting?  Is everyone tired of the same boring ol’ bagel & cream cheese spread? Take it up a notch by turning it into a bagel & lox platter. After all, today is National Bagel & Lox Day!

Here’s all you will need:

  • Assortment of fresh bagels
  • Variety of cream cheese flavors
  • Lox- thinly sliced cold salmon cured in salt (not to be confused with smoked salmon)
  • Yummy toppings: capers, cucumbers, dill, tomatoes, & red onions
  • An American-made bread knife with your company logo to slice up your fresh bagels

By adding high-protein lox to your simple bagel & cream cheese, you will be able to breeze through the rest of your morning without any hunger pangs!

American-made Cutlery Bread Knife
American-made Cutlery Bread Knife


I Scream, You Scream, We All Scream for This American-Made Ice Cream Scoop

Ice Cream Scoop for National Frozen Yogurt Day
The Best Ice Cream Scoop for National Frozen Yogurt Day

Are you a die-hard ice cream fan? Or will you, on occasion, settle for frozen yogurt? Since the 1970’s, people have been eating fro-yo, the close cousin of ice cream. While ice cream is made up of a mixture of milk and cream, frozen yogurt is made of (you guessed it) yogurt, milk, and cream. The addition of yogurt to the recipe makes it a lower fat, lower calorie alternative to ice cream, with perhaps a little less guilt as well.

What flavor will you choose today, on National Frozen Yogurt Day? Cookie dough, strawberry, pistachio, chocolate or vanilla? Maybe add a few toppings and make your own delicious fro-yo sundae. Are you drooling yet? But the only way you’ll be able to scoop it into your bowl is with a reliable American-made ice cream scoop.


American-made Cutlery Ice Cream Scoop
American-made Cutlery Ice Cream Scoop

Are Engraved Buck Knives Warranted For Life?

Best Knife Warranty:

Buck Knives, Inc. USA has one of the best warranties in the business. They call it

Broken Buck Knife--Engraved Buck Knives
Broken Buck Knife

the Buck Forever Warranty. It is basically a lifetime warranty against defects in

material and workmanship. They will repair or replace the knife, at their option. However, if your logo engraved Buck knives are at issue, then ask Buck to repair, instead of replace. Then your logo won’t be thrown away. The same goes for any other covered Buck knife that has sentimental value. At your request, they will repair it the best they can, so that you aren’t faced with a new knife instead.

Here are the exceptions to the warranty:

Damage due to your misuse of the knife. Never use a knife as a pry bar, screw driver, or chisel or hammer.

Bonus for those who mistreated their knife:

If you happened to misuse your Buck knife, not all is lost. The factory can probably repair it for you for just a few dollars. They can even sharpen, polish, and adjust it for you for just a few dollars, too. If it is beyond repair, they offer to give you a deep discount on a new Buck pocket or hunting knife.


Here Is the American-Made Bread Knife You Need To Slice Today’s Pastry of Honor

Bread Knife for National Croissant Day
Bread Knife for National Croissant Day

As you enjoy your warm, flaky, buttery croissant with your coffee this morning, are you aware of how long this delicious pastry has been around? The kipferl, or crescent-shaped bread, originated in 13th century Austria, and then spread to France. By the mid-1800s, the French developed their own version of this tasty bread, and dubbed it the croissant.

Making croissants from scratch requires dedication, patience, and high-quality ingredients. The process of making the dough is called “lamination,” which consists of making a yeast-leavened dough and layering it with butter. The dough is then rolled and folded many times in order to create alternating layers of dough and butter. Once the croissant dough is rolled into its crescent shape and placed in the oven, all the layers of butter release steam as they melt into the dough, creating the lovely airy center and crunchy exterior that we all know and love.

Today on National Croissant Day, treat your employees and customers to a platter of croissants from your local bakery. Don’t forget to grab your American-made bread knife to cut them up for sharing!

American-made Cutlery Bread Knife
American-made Cutlery Bread Knife