Enjoyed cutting tomatoes tonight with one of the knives you sharpened this past weekend at the Brunswick Farmers’ Market. Slice! Slice! Slice! Good grief is it more pleasant to use a super-sharp knife on a tomato, rather than having a dull blade slide multiple times across the unyielding tomato skin. Cooking is fun again!”
Our shop is at our home on 37 Lowell S,t South Portland, Look for the big knife.
Map at http://binged.it/1uvkNbK
We are two blocks from Willard Square and Scratch Baking not far from Willard Beach and Southern Maine Community College. We have a secure drop box should we be out. Most items are done within 24 hours.
If you need same day sharpening or get lost on the way please call 210 2559.
We also sharpen at Farmer’s Markets in Falmouth, Brunswick and Lewiston.
Items may be dropped of for sharpening at The Kitchen and Cork next to Cabelas on Expedition Drive in Scarborough.
We will be at Whole Foods Market in Portland biweekly on Fridays beginning January 9th from 3 to 6 pm. Drop your dull knives off when you first get to the store and we will sharpen them while you shop.
At Whole Whole Foods we will be only sharpening Knives because of limited work space. We can accept other items at our shop in South Portland only a few miles away.
more information at http://wickedsharpknives.com/calendar/
We now sharpen knives and scissors at the Brunswick Winter Market every Saturday. No more alternate weeks. We also sharpen garden tools, hair cutting scissors and more although these must be take to the our shop and returned the following week.
The Brunswick Winter Market is Maine’s largest winter farmer’s market and has a great variety of quality farm products. 75% of the vendors are farmers selling local food products. Found are vegetables, meat, seafood, baked goods and more. The are also artisans with exceptional stuff. Every week there is great entertainment.
It is our favorite market, come and find out why. It is located in the Big Mill on the end of Main St by the river.
Saturdays 9:00 am to 12:30 pm
Map and directions http://www.brunswickwintermarket.net/where-to-find-us.html
Taking a cooking class is very rewarding and a fun activity to do with a friend. There are a wide variety of cooking classes available throughout the state of Maine. It’s a great Christmas gift or activity for winter.
The Following establishments offer cooking classes.
The Maine Cooking School, Bangor
Tailgate Gourmet Kitchen in Auburn, Maine.
These are hands-on classes in traditional cooking skills like pie crust, yeast bread, home canning, and other old school cooking skills.
Kitchen and Cork, Scarborough
Black Tie Bistro, Portland
Dutch Door Kitchen, Falmouth
Five Season Cooking School, Portland
Girls Gone Raw, Portland
Measuring Up Cooking For Kids
Measuring Up! – Cooking for Kids provides a unique hands on interactive cooking experience focused on introducing children ages 3-17 to the joys of cooking, the basics of nutrition and the accomplishment of creation.
Chris Toy from Harpswell teaches a class now and then. Both community and at Stonewall Kitchen.
RSU5 Recreation & Community Education
Chinese Hot Pot
Merrymeeting Adult Education
Hands on Indian Cooking
Stonewall Kitchen, Portland
Portland Adult Education
University of Maine, Cooperative Extension, Portland
Stone Turtle Baking and Cooking School, Lyman
Southern Maine Community College, South Portland. Associate in Applied Science Degree, Culinary Arts
Maine Cooking Schools
It takes a sharp Knife to have a happy kitchen.
Get yours sharpened today!
If you offer classes and would like to be added to the list please email me.
November 1st we will be at the market. This is our last outdoor Farmer’s Market for the season. We will be at the Brunswick Winter Market every Saturday with many of the same vendors all winter. We are also in the Falmouth Market on Wednesdays.
For more information visit our website.
On the 25th at the Farmer’s Market Crystal Spring Farm in Brunswick. We will be there on Saturdays through November 1.