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Q&A with Steve Rogers

I recently had the honor of making Steve a sourdough knife. What was unusual is that the steel I used was actually reclaimed from the company Steve worked for many decades ago, Samuel Osborn & Co, Sheffield. When Steve first contacted me and mentioned his personal history, the company rang a bell… so I looked...

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  • Derrick29/09/2021 - 6:23 pm

    What an amazing piece of steel and a wonderful bit of his-story, our story and history! ReplyCancel

  • Petsmile06/01/2022 - 12:26 am

    Great content! Keep up the good work!ReplyCancel

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      Yesterday, an Instagram ‘memory’ popped up on my screen saying that it had been two years since I’d began prototyping the sourdough bread knife. Two years! It felt like I’d been making them for much longer than two years, but then with everything that’s happened to all of us over the past year, you can...

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