Kershaw Chive Pocket Knife (1600); 1.9” 420HC Steel Blade with 410 Stainless Steel Handle, SpeedSafe Assisted Opening with Flipper, Frame Lock, Tip-Lock Slider and Single-Position Pocketclip; 1.7 OZ

by Kershaw
Price: $34.73
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Features:
  • Handle features SpeedSafe assisted opening, secure frame lock, Tip-lock slider and convenient single-position pocketclip
  • Perfect for everyday carry in a pocket, purse, backpack, briefcase, on a belt or around the neck with the handle's predrilled lanyard hole
  • Matching stainless steel handle is resistant to corrosion and also finished with a non-reflective matte bead-blasted finish

Product description

Kershaw is proud to present the Chive that started it all. With its 1.9-inch blade, the Chive is a small knife, perfect for everyday carry in a pocket, pack, purse or briefcase. Just because the Chive is small doesn’t mean it is not mightily capable of everyday cutting chores such as opening packages or breaking down boxes. SpeedSafe assisted opening ensures the Chive’s handy compact blade is always ready to go in a pinch with a simple pull back on the ambidextrous flipper. The Chive’s blade is made of high-carbon 420HC steel, offering good edge retention and excellent corrosion resistance while the handle is made of corrosion resistant 410 stainless steel. Both are coated in a bead-blasted finish for a non-reflective, matte appearance that is easy to maintain. The Chive’s two locking systems ensure safe usage and transport. A frame lock provides solid blade lock-up while the blade is in operation, and a sliding Tip-lock help keeps the blade safely in the handle during transport.

The Chive just might be the perfect little pocketknife. With its less-than-two-inch blade, the Chive is a small knife, which makes it perfect for pocket, pack, purse, or briefcase carry. But just because it’s small doesn’t mean the Chive isn’t mighty. In fact, the Chive is perfect for just about any cutting task you’d care to ask it to do—from opening packages to breaking down cardboard boxes. To ensure this handy little blade is always ready when you need it, the Chive is equipped with SpeedSafe assisted opening. Just pull back on the ambidextrous blade protrusion or push on the thumbstud and the blade moves out of the handle, ready for use. The high-carbon blade steel offers good edge retention and excellent corrosion resistance. The bead-blasted finish is easy to maintain. For safety, the Chive has two locking systems. The frame lock secures the blade open so it can’t accidentally close during use. And to ensure that it won’t accidentally open during transport, the Chive is also equipped with a Tip-Lock slider to lock the blade closed when folded. In pure stainless steel, both blade and handle are easy to clean and maintain.



Organic, Heirloom, Non-GMO, Herb Garden Seeds – 8 Variety Kitchen Herbal Gardening Assortment - Arugula, Basil, Chives, Cilantro, Dill, Oregano, Sage, Thyme

by Mountain Valley Seed Company
Price: $13.99
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Features:
  • Highest Quality Seeds by Mountain Valley Seed Company
  • Certified Organic by Oregon Tilth, Non-hybrid, open pollinated so you can save seeds for replanting
  • Popular cooking herbs, Easy to grow - Non-GMO, Heirloom, Organic

Product description

Fresh organic herbs at scissors reach are a must in the kitchen. This 8 variety collection of herb seeds includes all the culinary go-to's that you'll want to grow in your own herb garden.

Additionally, this entire collection of 8 varieties of herb seeds are all organic, which means they are non-GMO and no synthetic or chemical pesticides or fertilizers were used throughout the entire growing, harvesting, handling, and packaging process. Planting instructions and individual product descriptions are found on the back of each packet.

Wild Foraging and Weeds: Why Wild Things Make My Heart Sing

I have teeny tiny obsession with all things wild. In years past, I delighted in dandelions, lambs quarters, nettles and purslane, with the occasional sorrel mixed in for good measure. Perhaps it’s the faery in me, but I’ve always loved weeds, especially clover that attracts honey bees and Leprechauns … as well as forget-me-nots and all things foresty.

As a Lazy Raw Foodist and newbie gardener at eco-friendly Madison, I love so many things about wild foods! For one thing, they grow without effort. Instead of weeding the garden, watering the soil, and carefully fertilizing seedlings, you can just let the weeds have at it. I find this comforting, as I watch how slowly my cultivated seedlings have sprouted and begun to grow, in vast contrast to the abundance and fast spurts of dandelions, lambs quarters and wild violets. Our backyard came with lots of bulb plants like hostas and lillies, but I’ve also found wood nettles, bee balm, garlic mustard (great for pesto!), what appears to be plantain, clover, creeping Jenny, wild lettuces, a transplanted stinging nettle, ferns (for fiddleheads), various now potted mints, and some possibly edible leeks. These all look happy and vibrant among my kale, chard, chives, strawberries, herbs, nasturtiums and marigolds.

The weeds provide wonderful greens for smoothies and salads , as well as “proof” that even a tiny, unplanned yard can provide abundant produce. In addition to taste and medicinal properties, I love the resilient and unstoppable qualities of weeds. We are what we eat. By eating wild things, we become wild, too — more easily able to free ourselves from outmoded societal conditioning that destroys communities and our sense of connection with each other and our environment.

Harvesting local foods frees us from dependence on oil and the transportation system. It also frees us from having to pay for food. Although I have plenty of money to buy...

How to Cut Chives

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    reduce heat to a simmer, and cook until heated through and no longer pink in the center, about 6 minutes. Stir in sour cream and mustard until smooth; turn the chicken to coat with the sauce. Stir in chives and serve immediately.
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  3. Chive Chicken
    Use kitchen scissors to snip the chives into small pieces. Chop the thyme. Add the onion and garlic to the skillet, stirring to dislodge any browned bits left from cooking the chicken. Cook 3 or 4 minutes, stirring until softened.
  4. Washington Times Recipe: Grilled Tanaka beets & beet greens with chive dressing
    After grilling, combine beets with beet greens and toss with the chive dressing and adjust salt & pepper to taste. Garnish with chopped chives or chive shoots. This guilt - free vegan dish from Stephanie Morgan of the Seabirds Truck , is a.
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    Old-school garnishes of paprika and chives drive home their traditional appeal so no one suspects they are at all different. I always enjoy watching guests devour them heartily before letting them in on my secret substitution.

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  1. Growing tomatoes, basil, parsley, mint, and chives this year! http://t.co/rLrdJE3y
  2. @techiebabe Chives or radish might be more gentle than onion? Also, maybe try cooking & cooling onions/leeks/etc to take the sharpness away.
  3. i'm a fully baked potato spending my chedda and chives suh
  4. me too no chives RT @_mstiffany @CPOLKgetdoehoe @Rockie_LBR brother I want a potato with everything on it!!!
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  1. Chives have a very mild and delicate flavour.They serve to flavour everything from vinaigrettes to mayonnaise, salads, dips, vegetables,Visit for more hints and tips on http://www.blackbookcooking.com
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    Onions are part of the allium family of vegetables and herbs, which also includes chives, garlic, scallions and leeks. Allium vegetables have been cultivated for centuries for not only their characteristic, pungent flavours but also for their medicinal ...
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    Here's what you'll need: two large eggs, 1/4 cup sharp shredded cheddar cheese (preferably freshly grated cheese from a block of extra sharp cheddar — it tastes better and melts better than cheese from a bag), salt, pepper, butter, and fresh chives ...
  3. Brunner: Eat your colors this year
    Red beet salad, topped with fresh green parsley, chives and basil adds not only lively color, but lively flavor to your meal. The recipe this week is from Colterra Restaurant, set in the charming town of Niwot. Chef and owner Bradford Heap trained in ...
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When you are content to be simply yourself and don't compare or compete, everybody will respect you ~ Lao Tzu texture by Playingwithbrushes on black Thank you all for your kind comments, invites and faves :)
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Recipes using chives - FineCooking.com
Recipes using chives - FineCooking.com