So you finally got the knife of your dreams! Yeah 🙂 Now lets talk about the safe storage and display of that lovely blade. [Read more…]
Everyone wants their board to look their best. No one wants a lingering odour or stain. There is a variance of instructions out there that, while well meaning, will actually damage and stain your boards. Below is a list of the do’s and don’ts of what to use on your wooden boards and bowls and utensils. [Read more…]
Now that we have a little store in Wolfville we are able to offer a simple service. Bring in your empty can of conditioner and yes – we can fill it and yes – you get it for less!
As we are in the midst of a ‘wicked’ winter storm and we have extra time around the house – how about we condition our Larch Wood cutting board! [Read more…]
When looking at cutting boards it is helpful to recognize that there are apples and there are oranges and that they are not necessarily interchangeable. Price can’t necessarily tell you which is better crafted or more durable either. Then there is the design factor. Do you want durability or do you want a ‘look’ or both? [Read more…]
Knifewear is the coolest knife store and this is a short clip by Kevin Kent, the founder and self confessed Knife Nerd.
Note – he is not starting from a dull knife so he is starting with a pretty high grit stone.
At Larch Wood Wolfville we will be offering Knife Sharpening and classes on how to sharpen your own knives. #doitinwolfville
Here is one of our experts on Japanese blades just doing their thing accompanied by a stunning collaboration of musicians.
Back in 2014 Kevin was asked to participate a project called Chefly Screenshots a collaboration between City Palate Magazine, Six Degrees Music and Sound, and Nur Films, celebrating 20 years of City Palate magazine. You can see Kevin’s piece of the project below.
Calgary music scene veteran Chris Vail, along with other musicians at Six Degrees, wrote songs to accompany short films shot by Ramin Eshraghi-Yazdin of Nur Films, which showcase members of the Calgary food community