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This is a discussion on Paging Tourist? Knife question within the Knives, Swords, Blades, Axes, Spears, Daggers, Machetes forums, part of the Weapons, Protection, Self Defense, Hand to Hand Combat category; Originally Posted by Steve40th True, but she is just starting out. And I am going to ensure she has an upper hand in life, whenever ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve40th View Post
    True, but she is just starting out. And I am going to ensure she has an upper hand in life, whenever I can..
    Good for you! I was saying that I would think they teach the sharpening bit in culinary school.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stevekozak View Post
    Good for you! I was saying that I would think they teach the sharpening bit in culinary school.
    I hope they do. But, you never know. This school is Trident Tech Culinary. When Johnson and Wales dissolved here in Charleston, they took over.
    Johnson and Wales was considered to be very good.
    Cooking, Cleaning and maintaining your equipment in your trade is always critical.
    Funny thing. First day of school, they taught them how to wash their hands. Basic.
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    Locally, I have noticed that "chefs" treat themselves as a group apart from us knuckle draggers. I've mentioned The Madison Club, and that was/is a place with about six chefs and perhaps a dozen cooks and prep folks.

    I sharpened for everyone. Their corporate view was that chefs were paid to make beautiful and tasteful food, not polish steel.
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