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Woodworking and cooking, but also tools for carving printing blocks. I want the three-section pole saw!Lifehacker - Five Must-Have Tools for Any Kitchen - Kitchen
It's all too easy to get seriously excited about expanding your kitchen repertoire—and seriously in debt buying for that kitchen. Here are five kitchen-related things you really need and how to use them efficiently.You're Doing It Wrong: How to Properly Buy, Maintain and Use a Knife - Norman weinstein knife tips - Gizmodo
The knife is the most essential kitchen gadget of all, yet people still buy those 25-in-one Ikea knife blocks. I called up Norman Weinstein, knife guru at New York's Institute of Culinary Education, to get some straight talk on knives.Japanese Bladesmiths
A unique behind-the-scenes visit of the crafstmen who hammer out the best and most expensive kitchen knives in the world in the city of Sakai, Japan
Picture essay from a tour of Sakai, knifemaker central.
Wonderful image by image guide to Japanese Knife creation.Knife Skills: How to Sharpen a Knife | Serious Eats
"There is nothing more frustrating in the kitchen than a dull knife. Not only does it make prep work a chore and your finished product less attractive, it's also downright dangerous. A dull blade requires more pressure to cut into a food, and can easily slip off of a tough onion skin and into your finger. Ouch. Most home cooks should sharpen their knives at least twice a year, and much more frequently if they use their knives every day. There are three ways to go about it. Read more: http://www.seriouseats.com/2010/04/knife-skills-how-to-sharpen-a-knife.html#ixzz0oABPW4yn"