Regardless of whether you’re a professional butcher, chef, cooking enthusiast, or you just like learning new skills, knowing how to properly sharpen and care for your knives is one skill you should be adding to your set.
Blunt knives are dangerous and require more effort to cut and to sharpen. A sharp knife requires much less force to cut into food, giving a user greater control over their blade. A dull knife can slip rather than cut, and once this happens the blade can go anywhere.
Most people don't know how to sharpen a knife and keep it sharp. In this class, John Trigg will take you through the secrets of a fine and long lasting edge. Blade care, storage and proper cutting techniques are covered - all of which you get to practice under John's supervision. You learn about the different blade types, the different grinds and what to look for in buying a knife.
The class begins with a short theory session on sharpening followed by a demonstration in setting an edge as well as burr removal, honing and touching up. We then get into the practical session of sharpening and cutting where you get to sharpen the knives that you have brought with you.
- Get hands-on practice learning how to properly sharpen your knives
- The best stones, steels and off the shelf sharpeners
- Knife maintenance and blade protection
- Class notes and a handy boning knife
- Your own knives to sharpen
- Your own sharpening stones or implements
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The skill-shop provides hard to get and quality skills.
With its headquarters in Western Victoria - we seek to provide opportunities for people living regionally to be part of exciting workshops and classes that typically might not be available. We also seek to give people from cities and regional centres an opportunity to see some amazing places while growing a new skill.
Many of our classes are based at the Hamilton Insititute of Rural Learning (HIRL). HIRL is an amazing venue spread across 15 acres and bordering a 100 acre Eastern Barred Bandicoot recovery enclosure. It is the perfect place to connect in community and learn together. http://www.hirl.org.au/
Anyone participating in any classes or coming to any events at Skill Shop or organised by Skill Shop must agree to these terms and conditions.
1) LIABILITY WAIVER
- Any damage, loss or theft incurred to personal property brought into Skill Shop’s premises.
- Any physical injuries sustained as a result of participating in any class or event organised by Skill Shop.
The Skill Shop provides classes taught by people with real industry skills. Our classes are about participation, fun and learning.
Our classes are non-accredited, they don’t give you any ‘licences to drive’ so repeat after me……. I agree to take on full responsibility for any damages, injuries and for physical and/or personal property, which I might incur whilst participating in classes and/or events organised by the Skill Shop.
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Skill Shop requires 72 hours notice in writing prior to the class for a full refund. Just let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you miss the deadline, consider paying your ticket forward to a friend.
At the Skill Shop we do our very best to ensure all scheduled classes run. Sometimes life happens and we may need to cancel if there is an illness or we just don’t get enough participants for the class.
We try to have at least 5 in any class – but if we have to cancel we’ll let you know via email and SMS as soon as possible. A full refund or credit will be issued.