Carving A Turkey Using Wüsthof’s Classic Ikon Range With Rodney Bowers (Hey Meatball!)

After some turkey carving, Chef Rodney Bowers readies himself for a yuletide smooch.

After some turkey carving, Chef Rodney Bowers readies himself for a yuletide smooch.

In association with Wüsthof Canada we present the sixth of an educational video series featuring a selection of Toronto Chefs showing us their knife skills using specific knives from the Wüsthof range in the home kitchen environment.

In episode five we have Chef Rodney Bowers of Hey Meatball! showing us how to carve a turkey using the Wüsthof Classic Ikon Carving Knife and the Wüsthof Classic Ikon Straight Meat Fork.

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Knife skills videos are something that we have been looking to produce for quite some time at Good Food Revolution, and so we are delighted to partner with Wüsthof for this ongoing series.

Watch this space for our next instalment at the end of January… a new year special where we look at sharpening and honing your Wüsthof knives with Chef Brad Long (Cafe Belong).

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Jamie Drummond

Edinburgh-born/Toronto-based Sommelier, consultant, writer, judge, and educator Jamie Drummond is the Director of Programs/Editor of Good Food Revolution… And that turkey was actually one of the juiciest I have ever cooked!

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