Blacksmithing: Cooking Utensils – Forks, Spatulas, and Spoons with Jim Slining
If you can’t stand the heat, get a longer handle! Traditional “open hearth” cooking practices required one to contend with the radiant heat of live embers. This cooking style is now popularized in the form of outdoor grilling. Either way, tools are required which will allow one to attend to the feast from an appropriate distance. In this class, we will attend to the feast of skills required for a large battery of cooking utensils. While each student will make one fork, spatula, and spoon, they will leave ready to arm the serious outdoor cooks in their home communities.