Martial Arts Cooking? It's a legitimate interest to know how to do both then. Imagine having to sword fight with another chef with the same spoon you were stirring your soup with. You'd want to know just where to hit.
I would totally do something like this.
I really, REALLY want to find out where to do this in London...
American Sword Cooks!
Okay, seriously. What is this place called? Do they have a branch in Texas? Because I want to go. PRICE IS OF NO OBJECT WHEN IT COMES TO LEARNING SWORDS AND SHIT!!!
You would have to pay to fly back and forth from Vancouver, B.C. However, Devon, the director, has connections, and I can ask him if he knows of any worthwhile Western Martial Arts schools in Texas for you, if you would like.
Where in Texas are you, and what type of swordsmanship are you most interested in?
I live in central texas and so if you know anyone who teaches in the capitol area that would be cool
Well, the Schola St. George used to have a school there, but I think Brian moved everything to DFW. I'll double check with them, and also see who else is in the area. Also, ask the talented artist! Her teacher probably knows who to ask about too.
I'm just about 30-60 miles east of Dallas, and I'm most interested in any form of swordsmanship relating to medieval and renaissance weaponry.
Do you need combat cookware (yes, it's a real thing) to sword fight and cook at the same time?
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I mean, being a swordmaster is one thing, but I'm *always* impressed by a good bean soup