Knife skills course

The index finger of my left hand is missing a small chunk. Are we downhearted? No. I´ve signed up for a knife skills course.

I can slice and dice with more panache than precision, and pretty quickly, but there comes a time when one must be able to tackle brunoise, julienne, baton, batonets, chiffonades. In order to never do them, probably, but what fun.

7 comentarios:

kickpleat dijo...

oooh, i totally need a knife skills class. please keep us updated. worth it? i hope so! good luck :)

Anónimo dijo...

My hubby teaches knife skills courses at Toronto's The Cookbook Store. Too bad you aren't closer!

Raquel dijo...


Anónimo dijo...

Hmmm... A good ninja should also be well-versed on the art of "knivery" (as well as that of knavery) methinks. However, this ninja's rather heavy-handed (manos de mantequilla).

Would love to hear how it went. I'm sure you'll be a super skilled chop-chopper yourself after the course.

(long time) ninja reader/lurker :)

PS I agree with the above: valiente indeed!

lobstersquad dijo...

Kickpleat: will def. let you know,
Dana: too bad. let´s hope this one isn´t so bad
Guru: ya te digo!
Ninja: my nickname was always "manos de cazo", so let´s hope I come out of this with all my fingers and toes.

Anónimo dijo...

:) !suerte!

how interesting that these expressions denoting clumsiness ("manos de xxx") all originate from the kitchen and/or cooking, "non"?
very appropriate in this setting, really!

Anónimo dijo...

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