How many gifts have you checked off your list so far? Are you almost finished with your shopping, or are you a procrastinator and just can’t quite get it in gear yet? If you still need a few ideas, look no further – here is a great idea for those who truly have everything. A Fruit Knife is a unique yet practical gift for the knife-lovers in your life. Not only can it help them cut a sample from a piece of fruit, it can also help spread the word about your business when you have it imprinted with your company logo.
Are you looking for a new hobby to impress people with? I bet carving fruit with a fruit knife hasn’t crossed your mind! While we admit that you may need some practice before you can truly perfect this technique, it’s definitely worth trying. Get creative and see what you can do! Here are some easy beginner ideas to get you started, and the perfect fruit knife to help you do it:
Are you looking for something new and creative to do this week? How about you grab a Fruit Knife and create some fun shapes out of any fruit you can get your hands on. Hearts, stars, and flowers are just a few unique shapes you can carve. What other ideas do you have? The sky is the limit!
I am sure that you had no idea there was a national holiday dedicated to the somewhat unpopular vegetable: the cabbage. No matter if you think it’s stinky or delicious, today is National Cabbage Day, and let’s celebrate this rotund veggie. There is one question to that needs to be answered: Can you use a fruit knife to cut into a vegetable? The answer to this question can only be found if you try it out yourself.
Every Veterans Day our country comes together to honor and celebrate our courageous military veterans. Without these heroes, we would not have the privilege of freedom that we too often take for granted. This weekend, when you are at your town’s Veterans Day parade and celebrations, a unique gift to hand out would be a fruit knife engraved with “Thank You, Veterans.” It’s a small but thoughtful gesture for our country’s heroes.
It’s fruit trivia time! Which fruit originated in China 4,000 years ago and is a relative of the peach? Your first guess might be the nectarine, right? It is, in fact, the petite and beloved apricot- a fruit rich in vitamins A & C. It made its way slowly westward from China, through the Mediterranean, and finally over to North America, where it mainly settled in California. California produces 95% of our country’s apricots. Yum!
When you hear the word “fruit,” usually the typical names pop to mind: apple, banana, pear, orange, peach, etc. But this month you’ll need to think outside the box, as it is Root Vegetable and Exotic Fruits Month. Have you ever heard (or tasted) any of these?
You can use a fruit knife to taste-test some of these fruits (although some have a hard outer shell, so you might need something a bit stronger!)