The Sporting Chef and Work Sharp Sharpeners Partner for 2015

The Sporting Chef
The Sporting Chef

USA –-(Ammoland.com)-  Scott Leysath, host of The Sporting Chef TV series airing on Sportsman Channel, and Work Sharp Sharpeners are partnering for the 2015 TV show season to promote Work Sharp’s lineup of sharpeners and accessories on Leysath’s cooking show.

The Sporting Chef airs exclusively on Sportsman Channel Fridays at 11:30 a.m. ET and Sundays at 7 a.m ET. Watch previews and learn more at http://www.thesportsmanchannel.com/shows/the-sporting-chef/

“Ask any chef, butcher or game processor what is the most import tool in their line of work and, without question, it’s a good, sharp knife Trying to prepare a meal for 6 or 600 is so much easier when your knives have a razor-sharp edge,” stated Leysath. “Work Sharp Sharpeners are designed to sharpen any edge from the pocket knives that I keep donating to TSA when I travel, to the machetes that are used to brush my duck blind. They’ve taken the guesswork out of sharpening.”

Work Sharp Sharpeners
Work Sharp Sharpeners

“We are honored to work with Scott. He is a trusted source in the industry and only uses and promotes top quality gear,” said Kyle Crawford, brand manager for Work Sharp. “Every outdoorsman and chef knows the importance of a sharp knife and no one can convey that message more clearly and articulately than Scott. We look forward to working with him promote our latest product – the Work Sharp Knife & Tool Sharpener, Ken Onion edition.”

Learn more about Work Sharp Tools at http://WorkSharpTools.com

Perfect for the holidays, buy Leysath’s newest cookbook, “The Sporting Chef’s Better Venison Cookbook” now available at Amazon and other fine retailers. To order a copy, visit here: http://www.amazon.com/Sporting-Chefs-Better-Venison-Cookbook/dp/1440234574/ref=la_B00E6FEVIM_1_1?s=books

Veteran wild game chef and TV host, Scott Leysath, knows that sport fish and wild game can not only taste good, but great. “The Sporting Chef” TV show hosts a collaborative group of professional chefs, home chefs, cookbook authors and outdoor experts who have joined forces to help anyone prepare better fish and game dishes. Whether cooking at home or in the woods, each week is loaded with information from a cast of characters ranging from award-winning chefs to down home rednecks who know the way to catfish deliciousness.

To learn more about The Sporting Chef TV, visit http://sportingchef.com and on Facebook at http://Facebook.com/TheSportingChef