Abstract: A lid for a cooking vessel, in particular, of a cooking pot includes a plurality of shaped elements projecting downwards at the underside of the lid. The shaped elements are flat or curved concavely and respectively form a planar lower surface that accumulates condensate, is enclosed in a U-shaped manner, slopes towards the edge of the lid, and leads to a drip off edge at its lowest location.
Abstract: The present invention relates to a cleaver (8) having a crush-forged crank (6). In order to provide a cleaver having an improved manageability and surface feel, thereby preventing any possible injuries during the use of the cleaver, the invention proposes that the crank according to the invention extends from the handle (4) in the direction of the cutting edge (11) along the blade and/or edge surface (5) on the handle side.
Abstract: The invention relates to a method for grinding a cutting tool, especially a knife. The aim of the invention is to provide a method which allows configuration of individual leaf or blade geometries at comparatively low costs. For this purpose, the cutting tool is contacted with the effective surface of a grinding device, and the cutting tool and the grinding device can be displaced in relation to each other by at least three degrees of freedom.