This knife cuts effortlessly through any food you need to prepare. The serrations work through even the toughest of foods. Which really should make you reconsider whether you really want to eat them.
The scalloped utility knife is useful for slicing tomatoes, aubergines, lemons and bread rolls. The traditional European shape will prove popular with many cooks.
What the Yuppiechefs say
To sharpen a serrated knife youll want a ceramic knife sharpener that has a diameter that suits your serration width, this could be quite hard if you already own a ceramic sharpener! It seems that you shouldnt really need to sharpen a serrated knife that often as the tasks you use it for shouldnt do too much to it. However, it will eventually probably need a sharpen, and if you buy a good knife you want to make the most of it, so you can also go to a professional to have it sharpened. They will know how to do it and it happens so infrequently I am sure the cost involved is worth it. It seems a local butcher or baker would either be able to do it for you or know who to point you to.