Miyabi Knives Poetry Corner

by Owen Whitinger November 02, 2017 1 min read 0 Comments

Miyabi Knives Poetry Corner

And now for something a little bit different. Owen in our Edmonton shop, overcome with creativity after writing about his Top-5 Miyabi Knives, waxes poetic on their allure in the most appropriate form, the haiku... 

 
 
Hark! Black Ash Suji!
Your slender tip; very keen
You don’t tear my meat
 
 
Birchwood Bread Knife. Wow.
Your serrations are so firm

Yet, gentle on cake
 
 
Koh Prep Knife, my love
Line cooks rejoice; it’s perfect

Rugged, yet shiny
 
 
Black Ash Gyuto
Holds an edge for many months

Style brings me great joy

 
Small Birchwood Gyuto
Apprehensive towards knives?

Fear not! It’s nimble!
 
 
Feeling inspired?
Check out Owen’s Top-5 Miyabi Knives and see what the fuss is about. 
Knifewear's Top-5 Miyabi Knifes
 
   
Owen Whitinger
Owen Whitinger

Owen is another ex-chef among our ranks. he has been Chef-ing in Edmonton for around 12 years but gave it up to be a human being again! An avid music lover, he plays guitar, loves Radiohead, and has probably been to about 500 concerts. Oh, and he can most definitely beat you in a game of Street Fighter. come chat with him about football, and steel!



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