Useful for general cutting, but not culinary
There are some types of food processing that Hawkbills are good for. Like trimming onions and garlic for instance. But as far as being a premium culinary knife I don't tout them for that type of cutting chore.
Originally Posted by PHAS_95
Opening all kinds of packaging is one cutting job they are good for. There are some jobs in the kitchen that Hawkbills do come in handy. But they are not a kitchen knife per se.
I have used my Spyderhawk for cutting up Brocolli, Calliflour, Brussel Sprouts and a few other hard to cut veggies.