This week on Time For Lunch, Hannah and Harry are sharpening their familiarity with the oldest, sharpest, and most essential tools in the kitchen. That’s right, we’re talking about knives! Some of our young listeners might not be ready to handle a knife on their own just yet, but it’s never too early to learn how to respect these often beautifully crafted items. We hear from two knife-makers who tell us about their perspectives on culinary blades, Adam Simha from MKS Knives and Moriah Cowles from Orchard Steel. Plus, Taylor Erkkinen from The Brooklyn Kitchen teaches us how to safely cut and caramelize onions with little to no tears. Plus, we’ve got jokes, music, and a whole heap of fun facts. 

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