Knivhugga was born out of the need to be able to sharpen knives as a part of the knife skills classes we offer to the public for free. We identified lack of decent knives and proper knife skills as a primary deterrent to daily meal prep at home. Knivhugga will support these efforts by:
-Offering knife sharpening and repairs at a deep discount for market customers on food assistance.
-curating a selection restored and sharpened knives to be sold or donated to people who need better knives.
All knives donated to Knivhugga will be restored and given away for free to people in need.
Getting people cooking daily at home is my mission with knivhugga as it has been with SpiceHound my other activities at the Coit Road Farmers Market.
Live basic knife sharpening at the Coit Road Farmers Market during regular hours. Walk-ins welcome.
Drop-off / pick-up at the market during open hours or my home base 24/7.
How 24 hourdrop-off / pick up works:
Message me through the contact form, text, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Tiktok, or email and you will be given a combination for the drop box. When the knives are done you will be notified and when payment has been made you will receive a combination to retrieve your knives from the drop box. Face to face consultations can be arranged as well.
This is a brand new business that's still tooling up. I may need to turn away jobs that I am not yet prepared to do properly as I grow.
-Give the knife you have the absolute best edge for you and your cooking style.
-Offer a variety of used knives that are restored, sharpened, and inexpensive.
-Never try to sell you on a knife whose value is tied up in appearance or name.
-Continue to offer free knife skills classes.
-Continue to offer knives and related items to people who take my classes.
-Offer discounts on sharpening and knives to Coit Road Farmers Market customers who are on food assistance.
-Continue my 18 year long mission to teach the value of eating healthfully with lots of local, fresh, quality fruits, vegetables, and meats.
Equipment at the market:
-Vintage belt-driven Craftsman 10" natural whetstone
-Belt-driven bench grinder (vegan stropping amongst other things)
-1x30 belt grinder for stropping with leather belt for power-stropping
Equipment at home base:
-Wen 10" wet grinder (the poor man's Tormek)
-Repurposed Highland park lapidary wet grinder with 8" wheels of multiple grits.
-1x30 belt grinder
-1x30 belt grinder dedicated to stropping with leather. (I offer a vegan option for stropping by request.)
-Vintage Craftsman radial drill press
Feel free to visit during normal business hours at the Coit Road Farmers Market or by appointment at home-base.
789 Alhambra Road, Cleveland, Ohio 44110, United States
08:00 am – 01:00 pm
08:00 am – 01:00 pm
Easy and secure drop off and pick up.