SPRING STORE EVENTS
MARK YOUR CALENDARS FOR THESE TWO GREAT EVENTS!
We are delighted to have 2 fabulous events lined up for the month of May!
Celebrate your Mom! Join us for our first annual Mother's Day Shopping Event on Saturday, May 9, 11:00 AM - 3:00PM, featuring Kathryn Yee of Kathryn Yee Design and The Everyday Napkin.
Then, plan to join us for a Knife Know-how Event on the evening of Tuesday, May 12 as we will be featuring David Marks, owner of Stoddard's Cutlery, and Chef Cathy Walthers, who will share their expertise and skills. We will explore the history of kitchen knives and some common misconceptions, learn about knife shapes, which knives to choose and why, how to sharpen, maintain and care for your knives, how to correctly hold a knife and learn why using a sharp knife actually impacts the flavor of food! Chef Walthers will demonstrate cutting techniques and will then create a beautiful spring salad for us to enjoy.
Please read below for more details on both events!
Mother's Day Shopping Event featuring Kathryn Yee and The Everyday Napkin
Saturday, May 9, 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM
The Everyday Napkin is stylish, reusable, great for any meal and for on-the-go. Each set is cut from found textiles and are part of a limited batch making them fun to mix and match. The Everyday Napkin is made in Massachusetts with love by Kathryn Yee and her mom. They are perfect every day and for every occasion!
Come meet Kathryn and check out the 2 collections of The Everyday Napkin which were created especially for Greentail Table as well as shop the entire collection!
We will be serving light refreshments, so please stop by and shop for your mom!
Knife Know-How Workshop with David Marks and Chef Cathy Walthers
Tuesday, May, 12 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Knowing how to use a good, sharp chef’s knife is one of the most important and useful skills you can have in the kitchen. Please join us on May 12 at 7PM when we will be hosting a Knife Know-How event designed to help you improve your cutlery knowledge as well as improve your everyday knife skills. Instructor and Chef, Cathy Walthers, will join David Marks, owner of Stoddard’s Cutlery, the expert in this field, to demonstrate proper knife sharpening techniques, learn different vegetable cuts, as well as how to prepare and enjoy a beautiful spring salad for entertaining. Chef Walthers will also be signing copies of her Raising the Salad Bar book.
Call: 617.244.3510 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your spot now for this free event!
David Marks is internationally renown in the cutlery industry. He's a master grinder and expert in edge sharpening and restoration. Kitchen knives, Japanese sushi knives, scissors, and straight razors are sent for his attention from throughout the U.S. David is among a handful of professional sharpeners that do their work by hand, preferring whet stones over grinding machines.
David has been teaching culinary knife classes for over 30 years. He's held classes and seminars in the kitchens of great restaurants, culinary schools, and prestigious retailers, including Williams Sonoma, Bloomingdales, and Neiman Marcus. Currently he's also teaching the techniques of Western and Japanese knife sharpening to the Massachusetts Vocational Culinary Arts teachers.
David first started working in the family business, Stoddard's Cutlery, after college. He had the opportunity to work with almost every kind of knife, and visit factories worldwide. David became the exclusive Wusthof distributor for the largest US market. He introduced the brand, determined marketing and pricing strategies, and gave hundreds of product seminars. Within 10 years, Wusthof became one of the world's most recognized names for quality cutlery.
David also started his own product development and marketing company, Marcovici Designs, and has developed numerous products for various museum shops, iconic specialty shops, and catalogs, including The New York Museum of Modern Art (MoMA, NY), MoMA-SF, Pierpont Morgan Library NY, Tiffany & Co., Bergdorf Goodman, Takashimaya NY, Barneys, Davidoff of Geneva, and Neiman Marcus.
Instructor and chef Catherine Walthers has written four cookbooks on cooking with vegetables and healthy eating. Her first cookbook, Greens, Glorious Greens has become a cult classic as one of the first cookbooks to demystify cooking leafy greens from Bok Choy to turnip greens. Her next cookbook, Raising the Salad Bar, was named one of the 10 best summer cookbooks by NPR. Her most recent published work is Kale, Glorious Kale - called the “definitive book about kale” with 100 new recipes. She also develops seasonal recipes and cocktails for magazines and works as a private chef for families in the Newton/Boston area and on Martha’s Vineyard, where she lives and operates the West Tisbury Cooking Lab for cooking classes. For recipes or more info: www.catherinewalthers.com.