Martin Israelsson

Martin Israelsson

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I try to use each of my knives as intended (from left): a deba for butchering fish, a nakiri usuba for vegetables, two yanagiba for slicing sashimi, and a menkiri for slicing noodles from rolls or folds of dough.

According to folklore, a knife signifies a broken relationship and is bad luck to give as a wedding present. If knives are on your registry, just give the gift giver a penny. That way, it's considered a purchase.

couteau japonais rectangulaire nakiri

couteau japonais rectangulaire nakiri

couteau japonais rectangulaire nakiri

couteau japonais rectangulaire nakiri

The Creek Cutler knives rise from the ashes of workshop tools, retaining the soul of a craftsman, but just shifting from one craft to another. Made from discarded rounded and flat files (you’ll notice the textured surfaces on the grip area), the Creek Cutler series are titled “Remade in England” as they attempt at recycle and re-purpose the files into beautiful kitchen knives.

Like a phoenix that rises from the ashes of itself, the Creek Cutler knives rise from the ashes of workshop tools, retaining the soul of a