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  • And today, on highly cooking, we're here Waguih names.

  • We're gonna talk Thio Travis wiII owner and proprietor of this custom knife shop, and he's gonna sharpen some of my super dull knives.

  • Show you how to do that show you have knives were constructed.

  • I'm really excited because knives are a super important part of cooking.

  • That's true.

  • We make custom chef knives, santo coup, boning knives, slicers, petty pairing and even a little bit of, ah, hunting style knives.

  • Here in Central Texas, we also re handle vintage knives.

  • But mostly our bread and butter is making extremely custom knives any type of knife that you can dream up with any type of materials.

  • We can do it.

  • Well, let's talk a little bit about how you make these knives.

  • And then we can get to sharpening my terrible knives and show people how to sharpen their knives and help.

  • Sounds great.

  • So the first thing we do is talk about the type of knife they'd like, and this one is the most traditional.

  • This is a German shape.

  • The knife typically does three things.

  • There are knives that pierce like a dagger.

  • Their names that slice like a boning knife and their knives that chop like an axe.

  • The reason that Chef Knife is still popular because it does all three really well.

  • This will be a French style knife.

  • You can see the difference.

  • It's more shaped like a teepee, and this one's more shaped like an igloo.

  • So we decide what type of knife they like.

  • We start taking hand measurements.

  • Everyone's hand is different.

  • We also do clay moulds of the individuals hand.

  • If they wanted, especially made for them, then we talk about weight.

  • Then we start talking about the handle material.

  • They can choose the different types of steel.

  • We have handmade pins that they can choose to go with their wood.

  • And then we also could do a liner, which gives contrast and makes the knife give it a little bit of ah bounce.

  • Once somebody decides on their knife, we hand draw their knife.

  • On this piece of steel, we don't use patterns.

  • No knife is the ever the same.

  • So when we have scraps leftover from knives, we make tiny little choppers or we make dear Skinners or we make pretty little box.

  • Openers would be a really dangerous stocking stuffer.

  • Put it in there, blade up like some kid reaches their hand in.

  • They would hate Santa for ever.

  • So once we have the knife, nice shape, way actually will put it on the grinder thing once we've got the shape and we've got the nice bevel.

  • Then we actually put in the killing and then we'll start to cook it.

  • The, um are flattened.

  • We put him on the testing machine to make sure they're at the optimal hardness, and then they go and move to the handle face.

  • So I let people choose, which would they like?

  • We usually keep about 50 different types of woods and materials, but this is kind of Ah, prettiest stuff that we've got right now.

  • We've actually been making handle material, and this is just a much of cloth mixed with epoxy as well.

  • How cool you can do your grandmother's quilt.

  • You can do your wife's sexy panties.

  • That's right.

  • Or I even saw somebody actually cut up a game of Thrones book and made a knife with actual paper from the Game of Thrones book, which, Okay, somebody's gonna next make a 50 shades of grey night like a dildo, on the other hand, so you could basically put anything in a knife handle out.

  • You'll tape it on their drill the holes, then you'll come back.

  • Put the other one on their drill through this end, then put the pins and then glue it, then let it sit overnight.

  • Then you can actually start to work it.

  • Then eventually, as you grind the handle to the form that you want to come out looking like this nice and shining, I think people typically will use maybe three knives, a lot of people by the blocks that have 15 nines.

  • Um, we don't really believe in that.

  • We use three knives in our home.

  • We use a large chef knife, something like this.

  • Then we use a paring knife.

  • And then what just is more of a utility but slash a paring knife and sometimes a San Tokyo shape.

  • If we want to do a lot of chopping, we're making a studio or something like that.

  • We need to really chop quickly.

  • So let's talk about how to care for a knife at home.

  • I brought some of my embarrassingly dull knives.

  • Let's look at it and show me sharpening.

  • Okay.

  • We use a series of wet stones.

  • I think the safest way for beginners.

  • Simply push the knife away from me.

  • We use about a 15 degree, which, um, is about the size of ah, match booked and just go along the edge.

  • And the way I do it is I do.

  • Five, five.

  • Well, 5544332211 Just to keep it even to keep it even.

  • You need to do the exact amount on it on each side.

  • After you have it nice and sharp, you can actually use a home, which is a steal.

  • And you can simply keep your edge honed with a steel.

  • And yeah, and really practicing this, you'll be able to sharpen your knives in about five minutes.

  • If you just do a couple of times, the real test is to hang it.

  • So it's free.

  • You can cut through that.

  • You've got something.

  • So stand somewhere else.

  • Probably shit.

  • Then you really wanna try?

  • All right.

  • I haven't done this in a long time, but every good I know, right?

  • Well, you made a big debt.

  • All right?

  • Swing is not so bad.

  • Oh, there.

  • Why can't I do it once?

  • I don't like, what's the worst thing you could do to a night at home?

  • Like glass cutting boards, Glass cutting board.

  • You're terrible.

  • Um, opening up Amazon boxes, using it as a screwdriver.

  • Oh, God.

  • Um, getting your ice maker on frozen.

  • You know, you think it has a nice pick using it as it's not intended.

  • Also throwing it in a drawer with a bunch of other knives.

  • Um, leaving it in a sink full of water, Putting in the dishwasher even a middle grade night.

  • Shouldn't be putting a dishwasher.

  • Yeah, and of course, once a year, you bring your knife to a professional knife sharpener.

  • There's people at the flea market who do it.

  • There's people at farmers markets.

  • All be at the farmer's market in Sunset Valley here, starting at the end of April.

  • And we'll be selling knives and I'm sharpening knives.

  • We started making these cool little oh, cool made of mahogany.

  • Nice.

  • I love that.

  • I'll give you one as a parting gift and you tell me how it works.

  • Thank you.

  • Probably.

  • Okay.

  • Well, thank you so much, Travis.

  • That was very fun and educational and got my name stripe and and my handmade spatula breaking.

  • Have you guys here?

  • Thank you so much and I will put a link below to whitey names.

  • If anyone's interested and getting a custom knife or have their knife sharpened, or have a nice repaired restore family heirloom, whatever it might be.

  • Anything knives.

  • Cool.

  • All right, well, thanks for watching everybody and see you next time.

  • What I've always dreamed about when I die of being cremated and her ashes next into clay and turn into a bowl.

  • And that bull is cursed and whoever breaks it, we'll be cursed.

  • But I could put it into a knife handle and then it's not breakable.

  • And then I don't have to have a curse involved.

  • It could be a curse knife.

  • That's true.

  • It could be a murderous weapon you'll like.

  • It has a mind of its own, right?

  • Anyone who uses it ends up getting killed with that.

  • Oh, accidentally like top top?

  • Yeah, something like that.

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