Sharpen Your Knives

farmers' market The fresh produce, meat, baked goods, shellfish, coffee, etc. available at the Winter Farmers’ Market are reason enough to shop there, but last week I finally brought in three knives to Kevin Wyer of Poorboy Sharpening and it’s the best money I’ve spent in ages. I had a large Cutco chopping knife and two smaller Henckels utility knives, and for $18 he put a blade on those babies — it’s like buttah! I can’t stop slicing and dicing. Conventional wisdom has it that you are more likely to cut yourself with a dull knife . . . what with all the pushing down and leaning into it, and sawing back and forth with greasy hands. Think of the money you’ll save not going to the emergency room. I can’t believe I waited so long.

Wednesdays 4pm to 7pm/Saturdays 10am to 1pm

Winter Farmers’ Market, 1005 Main Street, Pawtucket

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Providence Daily Dose