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How to Buy and Maintain a Chef’s Knife

Brendan McDermott, Knife Skills Expert at the Institute of Culinary Education, says all you need is $100 and a bit of love


Local Retail Knife Dealers

Buy local, a local Dealer will stand behind the product, give good advice.

Laroux Kitchen

161 Commercial Street, Portland, Maine 207 553 766

5448 Payne Rd. Scarborough, ME 04074 207-219-8160


Williams and Sunoma
Maine Mall 621 Maine Mall Rd South Portland , ME 04106 (207) 772-9175
Casco Bay Cutlery and Kitchenwares aka Freeport Knife
Maine’s Largest Knife Dealer. The owner Doug who worked many years in Wholesale and Knife manufacturing is real sharp. He knows knives !
5 Depot St Freeport, Maine 04032   (207) 865 0779
Portland Food Map
The real guide to food in Portland , restaurants’ markets and more. Reviews, whats coming, whats gone. A must read for anyone who eats, shops or works in the local food businesses in Southern  Maine 

Maine Farmers’ Market Finder

Winter Farmer’s Markets in Maine 2017-2018

Rescuing City’s Aging Blades, a Member of a Dying Trade

ROME — Carmine Mainella’s calling card is his call. “Arrotino, arrotino,” he shouted on a warm September morning, strolling with an easy gait on a sidewalk in central Rome, announcing his trade: a sharpener of knives, scissors, meat-slicing blades and sundry metal items that have lost their edge. complete story and video (New York Times)

A fun video about Amoladors, Portuguese Knife Sharpeners

Amolador is the portuguese word for grinder, or knife sharpener. These skilled knife sharpeners push their bikes through the streets, playing a distinctive tune on pan flutes to signal their presence. Their bikes serve as a mobile workshop, with a sharpening stone mounted on the top tube, a tool box strapped to the back, and umbrellas draped over the handlbars.

Wicked Sharp in the Bangor Daily News, Complete with video !

Posted on August 24, 2013

FALMOUTH — They come with carving knives, garden shears and lawn mower blades. Some drop off bags filled with cutlery, others plunk down mere pocket knives. Food processors are fair game, too… Click here for complete story and video.