Prereq: Youth must be Apprentice II or higher. Forge a high carbon Canadian-style Alaskan Ulu Knife!
From Wikipedia: The shape of the ulu ensures that the force is centered more over the middle of the blade than with an ordinary knife. This makes the ulu easier to use when cutting hard objects such as bone. Because the rocking motion used when cutting on a plate or board with an ulu pins down the food being cut, it is also easier to use an ulu one-handed (a typical steak knife, in contrast, requires a fork).