[Sca-cooks] What kind of class would you attend?

Kingstaste kingstaste at comcast.net
Wed Jul 1 13:14:43 PDT 2009

I teach Knife Skills classes all the time, including sharpening.  I would be
happy to meet up with you to give you a primer at Pennsic if you like.  I'll
be there the second week.  I would offer my camp, but we are going to be
small and tight on space this time around.  

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Gunthar asked:
 >So, what kind of class would you like to attend that is never or rarely

Two, actually.  The first is a "make me do it and practice the 
technique" knife-sharpening class.  I don't know how to do it.  I have 
an electric knife sharpener that sits quiescent; I have my father's 
whetstone; I have those two chopstick-like ceramic thingies that were 
popular in the 70s or 80s. (They stick upright a different angles in a 
board and you swipe the knife down them one at a time which sharpens 
both sides.

The second is one I attended and then forgot how to do - how to cut up 
an onion in a reasonably professional manner.  I invented my own 
technique years ago and need to learn - and practice - something else 
(especially with sharper knives than I have!)

Alys K.
Elise Fleming
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