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The Best Gift for a Cook: A Carbon-Steel Wok

‘Tis the season for wokking!  About two weeks ago my friend Kathy Gunst did a radio segment for WBUR’s Here and Now: The 4 Kitchen Gadgets That Should Be On Every Chef’s Holiday Wish List. Kathy asked me to weigh in on my favorite kitchen tool. Well, how could the wok evangelist resist plugging her favorite pan? Tane Chan of WokShop.com tells me that since the segment aired, her staff has been busy packing up woks nonstop! Cartons clutter the entrance of Tane’s tiny store in San Francisco’s Chinatown, with more boxes in the back and in every corner waiting for the daily Read More …

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Suncraft fruit knife

When I was in San Francisco visiting Tane Chan, owner of the Wok Shop I treated myself to a knife. I have so many knives and I should be getting rid of stuff rather than buying more but how could I resist? Tane told me her mother used the Suncraft knife for over 30 years! It was her favorite knife to cut fruit for her grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Tane’s mom used it until the handle was worn and the finish disappeared. In the 30 plus years Mrs. Ong had the stainless-steel knife she never had it sharpened and used it Read More …

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The best gift: a Wok

This holiday season if you’re wondering what to give, you can’t go wrong with a wok. At a time when we all want to simplify our lives, this essential tool is ideal for nine different cooking techniques: stir-frying, pan-frying, braising, boiling, poaching, steaming, deep-fat-frying, smoking, and even roasting. Instead of the expensive ten piece cookware set William Sonoma wants you to buy, for under $30, you can purchase a high-quality American-made wok that can do just about everything. When you give a wok you’re giving a piece of culinary tradition. For over 2000 years the wok has been the workhorse Read More …

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