Tuesday, 6 October 2015

Black Diamond Knife Block & Precision Knife Collection Giveaway rrp £169

I've got a fantastic Giveaway for you today in association with Edge of Belgravia, one of the world’s most innovative and edgy chef knife brands. The latest addition to their product portfolio is the Black Diamond Knife Block. Created by London designer, Christian Bird, the Black Diamond will bring a stylish touch to any kitchen. It's more than just a knife block; it's a piece of art. The futuristic design is reminiscent of the angles of a rough-cut diamond and can hold up to 11 knives. Clever use of weighting secures the knives in the block and slight angling allows for their easy extraction. 



The Black Diamond is designed for maximum flexibility and is suitable for most knives. It looks great even with my own somewhat mismatched collection. My previous knife block took up similar space yet only held 5 knives so it's great to have space for 11 within the same footprint. The Black Diamond Knife Block retails at £99.90


To complete the stylish look you can also win the full Precision Knife Collection consisting of the Bread, Chef’s, Deba and Paring knife. These knives are designed for precision in cooking. Made from coated stainless steel; they have a non-stick blade coating and are easy to sharpen. The Precision Knife Collection retails at £69.90


Edge of Belgravia have provided have provided a Black Diamond Knife Block & Precision Knife Collection (rrp £169) as a giveaway for readers of Foodie Quine. Entry is via the Rafflecopter widget below.
To enter, let me know in a comment "What's the first thing you would use your new knives to prepare?" For additional bonus entries you can follow me on Twitter, Tweet about the Giveaway or like me on Facebook.
Giveaway ends 27th October 2015 12:00am. Good Luck!



Disclosure - Edge of Belgravia provided me with a Black Diamond Knife Block & Precision Knife Collection in return for this post. All views expressed are my own. This is not a paid post.

384 comments :

  1. A autumn stir fry with lots of different veg so I can really test the knifes out :)

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  2. Chicken fajitas for my family! Thank you x

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  3. A nice chicken chow mein for the family

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  4. Depends on the day of the week but definitely dinner

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  5. Chicken stir fry

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  6. A chicken and vegetable casserole.

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  7. Vegetable soup, lots of dicing!

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  8. some nice roasted veg with a roast chicken, spuds and gravy

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  9. Asian vegetable stew.

    Hazel Rea - @beachrambler

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  10. Chicken salad Kebabs in pitta bread

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  11. I'm thinking a yummy roast dinner to give everything a good try!

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  12. I have a fabulous recipe for a butternut squash, sweet potato and bulgar wheat pilaff. I struggle with butternut squash with my current knives so I would make that recipe for Sunday lunch for the family.

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  13. My mum's lasagne - it includes carrot, celery and onion, all finely diced, so lots of chopping!

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  14. l would cook a good old stew with lots vegtables

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  15. I would try lots of different vegetables for a big stir fry - these look fantastic. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  16. A lovely, hot & spicy Chinese Stir-Fry

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  17. Roast chicken, (cutting up veg etc).

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  18. I'd chop up some chicken to make a casserole.

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  19. Beef Stew with herby dumplings

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  20. I would cut up chicken, onions and mushrooms and make a chicken curry

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  21. some nice roasted veg with a roast chicken, spuds and gravy

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  22. We love stir frys in our house so I'd definitely use this to help prepare :)

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  23. The Vegetables for my pie mash & veg

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  24. Sausage casserole with onions and carrots this knife set would come in so handy!

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  25. thats a toughy, probably a nice warming chicken and veggie soup

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  26. Chicken katsu curry!

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  27. Butternut squash and sweet potato soup

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  28. id make a stir fry, lots of veg to chop up! and chicken!

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  29. Being a Vegan ,,,,, it would be lots and lots of healthy Veggies - Lets get chopping!!

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  30. I'd make a celebratory curry! A good chance to try all the different size knives!

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  31. Homemade vegetable chunky soup!
    Twitter: @tweetingcharlee

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  32. A huge pan of spicy lamb, lentil and veg stew :)

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  33. curried mutton, rice and peas :)

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  34. A lovely casserole with sausages and seasonal veg.

    Laura Harris

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  35. A stir fry, or butternut squash soup if they are ready to pick from the garden

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  36. Goulash would be one of the first.

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  37. A pot of homemade soup using my mum's recipe

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  38. Vegetables so i can make stir fry x

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  39. A curry with what ever is left in the fridge.

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  40. OH loves risotto, and I put loads of chopped veg in.

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  41. A pot of homemade vegetable soup

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  42. A healthy stir fry - lots of veggies to chop and slice

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  43. I'd prepare lovely hot and firey Fajitas

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  44. onions, I love them in everything

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  45. I'd make a nice Chinese stir fry

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  46. a vegetable stir fry!

    Ashleigh

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  47. Autumn Vegetable Gratin with slices of beef

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  48. a big bowl of pico de gallo - you need good knives for pico! :)

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  49. Chicken stir fry for the cooler weather

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  50. Pumpkin and butternut squash for lovely autumnal soups and stews.

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  51. A warming beef Casserole for the whole family :) Our knifes are so blunt they barley cut through a tomato so this would be fantastic. Thanks so much for the chance x

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  52. Sunday Roast

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  53. christine shelley7 October 2015 at 20:52

    beef stew and dumplings

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  54. Smoked sausage casserole great for this time of year

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  55. Lots of colourful veg for a seafood stir fry

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  56. A roast dinner.

    @rachiegr

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  57. Butternut Squash. You need a good knife to cut that.

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  58. Sri Lankan style Devilled jumbo prawns with cashew curry and fried rice!

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  59. Cutting and jointing fresh meat

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  60. A lamb roast dinner with loads of veg- carrot, cabbage, broccoli, peas and loads of roasties

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  61. Probably a stir fry with loads of vegetables and some chicken

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  62. A lovely beef stew and dumplings

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  63. A roast dinner with all the trimmings

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  64. I'd use them to prepare spaghetti bolognese!

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  65. Spaghetti bolognaise

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  66. A beef casserole, lots of different knife techniques to test them out with

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  67. Roast Beef dinner with all the trimmings

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  68. I'd make a chilli beef stir fry

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  69. to prepare all the ingredients for a delicious Roast Lamb Sunday Roast

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  70. Chicken stir fry with diet coke sauce

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  71. A Winter coleslaw. I do love chopping veg...so therapeutic! and these knives would make it easy

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  72. A nice and comforting veggie stew :-) (Laura Jeffs)

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  73. Mushroom and asparagus risotto.

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  74. lots of fresh veg for a home made soup

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  75. beef casserole, slow cooked with veg, yummy

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  76. Another stir fry, lots of julienning to do to try out the new knifes.

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  77. Salsa with fresh onions, coriander, chilli & tomatoes

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  78. I would make a nice chicken curry for my family. Thank you for the opportunity.

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  79. I would make a lasagne, with fresh tomatoes. My current knives are too blunt to cut tomatoes. I have to use a serrated blade.

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  80. Chicken and chilli stew served with home made cornbread filled with cheese, sweetcorn and chillies.

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  81. Chopping up the windfall apples to freeze or make spiced apple jelly.

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  82. Stir Fry, lots of chopping! x

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  83. Chicken strips for a Sweet and Sour Stir Fry

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  84. A ratatouille with loads of lovely fresh vegetables.

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  85. a roast with all the trimings

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  86. Herb risotto, takes lots of chopping!

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  87. I'd use them for making the first pan of scouse of the autumn/winter :D

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  88. Leek and potato pie

    Wayne R

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  89. I'd make a fabulous autum stew with lots of veg & steak

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  90. Some diced veg and potatoes fried

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  91. A stir fry to cut up all those crunchy veg

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  93. roast potatoes and roasting veg

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  94. roast potatoes and roasting veg

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