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The Anaori Kakugama is a cooking pot carved from a single block of raw carbon graphite. Its innovative design comes from a pursuit of excellence and a fusion of modernity and tradition that is ubiquitous in Japanese culture. I discover some parallels between this and Japanese knives.
Chef Mark McCabe writes about the current global and British wheat supply chain – and where to buy excellent, non-commodity flour from farmers doing things differently.
We create rituals around items of importance. We build customs around situations where there’s a chance of confusion or offence. For most of our existence, there were few things more essential to our survival than a knife.
I’m Bert, designer of TOG Knives. When I began researching handle materials for my Knives, I looked into a wide range of interesting products and tested numerous prototypes. I wanted something that was both natural and sustainable, whilst withstanding the tough environment of a commercial kitchen, a stark contrast to a domestic kitchen. It was […]
In 2004 I got the opportunity to hold a Samurai sword in my hand. A real one. The man who had made it was Mr. Hiromune Takaba and I had the true privilege of meeting him on the day he finished three months work forging the blade. I watched him sign it. He showed me […]
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