Knives Illustrated|May-June 2020
Adam Glick likes to move. He has traveled almost 100,000 nautical miles. On land, he’s taken five road trips back and forth across America. He’s an avid outdoorsman — a former Eagle Scout who loves to hike, fish, and surf.
Adam Glick also likes to cook. He has been a chef at some of San Diego’s finest restaurants and onboard luxury yachts. But he also likes to cook outdoors. Over his campfire, he prepares meals his mom taught him to make when he was a boy — like chicken-fried steak.
“Whenever I’m out in the wild and I know I can only bring a few things, I need to be selective so they don’t weigh me down on route to my destination,” Glick has said. “Being that I always cook fresh food wherever I am, I used to bring a bulky kitchen knife roll and my utility pocket knife on all my trips.”
But knocking around with a chef’s knife in your vehicle or your camping kit is inconvenient and unsafe. And, assembling a meal with only a pocket knife is both frustrating and impractical.
The desire for something better sparked ideas for the Adventure Chef Collection. A set of folding cooking knives. An interesting concept because cooking knives, chef knives in particular, don’t typically lend themselves to folders.
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