GUIDE: National

The Well-Dressed Chef

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    360 Cookware

    After putting these pots and pans through rigorous tests, Prevention magazine proclaimed: “More flavorful meals with less fat and in less time.” Enough said. READ REVIEW

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    American Heirloom

    American Heirloom has grown their fledgling Etsy shop into a business that has been featured in national media, and have even expanded their collection to include a full line of personalized gifts and housewares. Every board is made-to-order in the USA with strong, eco-friendly bamboo FSC-certified hardwoods. READ REVIEW

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    Blanc Creatives

    It all started when then one-man show Corry Blanc hung a hand-forged carbon steel skillet as a decoration in his market display of crafted metal items. The skillet caught the attention of customers, and the rest is history. READ REVIEW

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    Bram Cookware

    Here’s Slanted Door chef Charles Phan’s take on Bram in the latest issue of Saveur: “The pots are not only beautiful to look at; with clay, the heat transfer is just completely different from what you get with steel or any other metal: slow, even, delicate.” READ REVIEW

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    Corbe

    Instead of pulling out the same old pie plates and casserole pans this year, why not put a fun twist on nostalgia and make those dishes from your childhood in the shape of your home state? READ REVIEW

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    Duralex

    These tumblers have been described as the “ultimate drinking vessels created by man.” If you’ve been to France—or any French-inspired bistro, for that matter—you’ve no doubt enjoyed some wine or an aperitif from one of these glasses. READ REVIEW

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    Emile Henry

    Since 1850, the mineral-rich soils of the small town of Marcigny in the province of Burgundy have served as the raw material for some of the finest clay cookware to ever grace a kitchen, made by Emile Henry. READ REVIEW

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    Flotsam + Fork

    With the New Year finally here, how about resolving to respect your home with crafted items curated from makers and artisans around the world, all without dealing with the expensive air fare and jet lag? READ REVIEW

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    Jacob Bromwell

    With a legacy going back almost 200 years, Jacob Bromwell’s products look and feel way special because they are, and all of them are guaranteed for life. READ REVIEW

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    MAC knives

    Find out why star chef Thomas Keller of the French Laundry endorsed these razor-sharp knives, and why Charlie Trotter said, “They are the best I’ve worked with and I’ve worked with them all.” READ REVIEW


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