January 22, 2021 2 min read 0 Comments
Chris, Alex and I have joined Operation Come Home's fundraising challenge this year: to live on just $24 worth of food for the week of February 1-7. Rather their goal being to "walk a mile", their aim is to raise awareness for food insecurity, and raise funds through donation to fund Operation Come Home's efforts.
Knifewear owner and president Kevin Kent’s fascination with handcrafted Japanese knives began while he was working as sous-chef for the legendary chef Fergus Henderson at St. John restaurant in London, England. Back in Canada in 2007 he began selling them out of a backpack from the back of his bicycle, while working as a chef in Calgary. He considers his chef years as the best education for being an entrepreneur. Being a chef takes long hours, involves hard work, both mentally and physically, and chefs must be able to put out fires, both literal and figurative, with extreme competence. Today, Kent is still just as obsessed with Japanese knives as the day he first held one.
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