Healthy Living Market (S. Burlington)
Winter Hours: Saturdays 11 am - 1 pm
The snowfall forecasted for tonight and all day tomorrow will make it unlikely that I will be at Healthy Living this Saturday, March 4th. Hoping this is the last snow storm.
How does it work?
Bring your clean knives to Healthy Living Market.
Madam Cutler and Co. is stationed at the store entrance.
For your safety, please transport knives securely in a dishtowel or wrapped in paper.
We will take down your name, phone number (in case there is an issue with your knives), email address (if interested in seasonal hours, occasional promos and location info) and total number of knives.
Payment is required at drop-off.
Prefer Cash or Check (to: Linda Furiya)
**CREDIT CARDS NOT ACCEPTED**
While your knives are being sharpened, go grocery shop, run errands, grab a cup coffee, the skies the limit!
Your honed knives will be ready after your allotted time.
How long is the wait?
First Come, First Serve.
Wait is dependent on how many knives you bring and if there is a queue ahead of you. Those with serrated knives and scissors will require a little more time as they are sharpened by hand.
***Madam Cutler and Co. will not be at the market if road conditions are snowy and icy and extreme cold. We will do our best to inform you ahead of time when we will not be sharpening. Those days will be posted here and on Madam Cutler and Co.'s IG and FB social media accounts.
I'll assess the condition of the blade. And machine sharpen using various coarse to fine grit belts. Lastly, the blade is polished with a leather strop.
Ceramic chef knife $20
Carving Knife $18
Bread Knives (hand sharpened). $18
Chef's Knife 8"+. $15
Boning knife, utility knife, etc. under 8". $12
Ceramic paring knife $10
Paring Knife $5
Flat Steak Knives. $6
SERRATED - (requires sharpening by hand)
Over 8" - $20
Between 4" - 8" - $15
Under 4" - $10
Micro-serrated Steak Knives $8 each
Sewing Shears and Kitchen Shears (blades sharpened, not repaired or cleaned). $15
Chip repair $10
Wrap and Roll
For your safety and mine, please roll your knifes in a bundle before transporting them. You can use newsprint or dishtowel and secure with rubber bands, string or tape. Please ensure that the blade edge and ends are covered.