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As scissors become part of the table setting, is the knife an endangered species?
At Kawi, cut your own spicy roasted rice cake with chile jam, country ham, and furikake.

WHO KNOWS WHERE Emily Post or Martha Stewart would stand on the subject of scissors in a place setting. But their advice on the topic might be helpful right now. Great whacking supersharp scissors not unlike the ones you’d see on some old-school bespoke tailor’s workbench are turning up where you wouldn’t expect

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