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Kenwood launches limited edition rose-gold kMix kitchen bundle

Kenwood has launched a limited edition version of its popular kMix stand mixer in a hand-painted metallic rose-gold finish, along with a matching kettle and toaster.

Previously only available at luxury department store Harrods, you can now buy the bundle from John Lewis. But if you want to get your hands on a set you’ll need to act quickly, as there are only seven copper kMix bundles available.

Kenwood told us that the reason for the limited stock is that the rose-gold finish is hand painted, and that there are no current plans to increase availability.

Kenwood kMix review – get our verdict on the mixer before taking the plunge.

Kenwood takes on the copper trend

Rose-gold and copper kitchen appliances started to take over the shelves in mid-2017, and the trend shows no sign of slowing down in 2018.

Predictably, this statement finish costs a little more than standard colour options. The three-piece Kenwood kMix set costs £650 – significantly more than buying the individual products in everyday colours. You can’t pick and choose either: you have to buy all three gadgets, or none.

While these rose-gold appliances might make your kitchen look stylish, you’ll also want to make sure that they’re good at their job, especially considering the cost. We’ve tested the standard colour version of the kMix kettle and stand mixer, so check our Kenwood kMix KMX754RD stand mixer review and Kenwood kMix ZJX750BK kettle review to find out whether they’re worth investing in.

We haven’t tested the two-slot Kmix toaster from the bundle as it’s not available to buy on its own in the UK. But we have tested the four-slot version – read our Kenwood kMix TFX750WH review to find out whether it impressed in our tests.

Copper stand mixers fly off the shelves

Rose-gold, copper – whatever variation of this metallic trend you go for, one thing’s for sure – people can’t get enough of it.

The copper version of the much-coveted KitchenAid Artisan KSM175 stand mixer (pictured above) caused quite a frenzy when it starred on Nigella Lawson’s TV show, Nigella: At My Table. It is currently sold out across all retailers, but KitchenAid tells us it will be back in stock in February. The Royal Champagne version of the Heston Blumenthal-endorsed Sage Bakery Boss stand mixer also sold out over Christmas.

As with the Kenwood gadgets, the copper finish of the KitchenAid Artisan stand mixer increases its already-expensive price. While other colours, including black, silver and purple, cost around £550, the copper version is a whopping £740.

How to get hold of the Copper KitchenAid

If you want to snap up the copper KitchenAid, you can submit your email address on the product page on the Currys and John Lewis websites, and you’ll be notified via email when it’s up for grabs again.

Kenwood vs KitchenAid – read our guide to find out which brand is your best bet

Get the look for less: cheap copper kitchen appliances

If you’re keen on the warm glow of the copper trend but don’t want to spend big, the good news is that there are some cheaper options available. Here’s a selection of budget alternatives:

Sainsbury’s Copper Kettle and Toaster Set

Sainsbury’s has a few of its own copper appliances to tempt you to part with your cash.

The Sainsbury’s Pyramid copper kettle (£17.50) has a traditional dome design and can hold up to 1.8 litres of water. The matching four-slice toaster (£35) has seven browning levels and a defrost function for those who prefer to keep their bread in the freezer.

Can these cheap and cheerful copper gadgets deliver speedy brews and perfect toast while upping the style factor in your kitchen? Check our reviews of the Sainsbury’s Copper Pyramid Kettle and Sainsbury’s Copper Toaster to find out.

Wilko Copper Stand Mixer

The Wilko stand mixer’s £65 price tag is an attractive alternative to the much more expensive KitchenAid and Kenwood options.

It comes with the basic dough hook, whisk and beater attachments, and there’s a handy splashguard to help prevent your tasty concoctions from spraying over your kitchen worktops or apron. It has six speed settings and a large 4.5-litre bowl.

Does a cheap stand mixer do the job, or will you be happier after spending a little more? Find out by consulting our stand mixer reviews.

Latest copper kettle and toaster reviews

We’ve been busy testing new copper kettles and toasters. Head to our kettle reviews and toaster reviews to see all the latest models and find the perfect match for you.

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Grandview has served homestyle favorites for more than 65 years – Galesburg Register

GALESBURG — Business, like many other things in life, often starts out small.

When Dawn Barlow first started working at the Grandview Restaurant, she was assigned the humble task of buttering toast on Sunday mornings. She was only 13, but she knew in her heart that one day she would be the one running the family restaurant started by her grandmother and great-aunt years ago.

Barlow was right: She now owns the 65-year-old restaurant on Grand Avenue, which continues to serve up longtime customer favorites like steakburgers, hot beef plates and breakfast skillets.

Read on as Barlow dishes on how the restaurant has changed over the years, her early memories of the Grandview, and her advice to other businesses on standing the test of time.

RM: How did the Grandview get started — it’s always been your family’s business, right?

DB: To my knowledge, Grandma and Great-Aunt Gladys were both working for Meadowgold for quite a few years. They had expressed interest to the owner that they wanted to start a restaurant. They had been saving money for years for the property and the building. It is my understanding they never took out a loan. The owner helped them in many ways by finding contacts for equipment, tables, chairs — basically anything they needed to get it running.

RM: When did you get involved in the restaurant, and how did it become your career?

DB: I was 13 years old when I started working there. I was to butter toast on Sunday mornings for my grandma. They were so busy (that customers) would be lined up outside along and around the windows. The Lord told me at 13 years old that I was to run this when I was older. Time went on and it went to my parents, Richard and Lorinda Barlow. They retired and handed it down to Duane Barlow and me. Duane has since retired.

RM: What do you enjoy about your work?

DB: The customers and knowing them for generations, from great-grandparents down to the toddlers. Today many have come and gone, but their families still patronize us, which leaves a warm spot in my heart. We have made good friends with many of the customers through the years.

RM: The Grandview has been around for more than 65 years. How has it changed and grown in that time?

DB: Yes, it has changed. It was a smaller building in the beginning. The large dining area was added on when my Uncle Leroy Markham came back from the Navy and started helping with managing the restaurant. I believe he had some input in this.

RM: What is the Grandview best known for in town — is it a certain dish, the friendly staff, the location?

DB: The steakburgers were always the first original draw, but I believe our open-faced hot beef and our breakfast skillets are also a large part of our success, along with the fact that we have had a great staff from the very beginning. Some of my grandma and great-aunt’s waitresses were friends who had stayed with them for many, many years. As the different generations took over, it seemed it has stayed the same and we have always been thankful for the great help we have had running this. Their loyalty and dedication are part of what keeps it going. For example, some of our staff have been here 14, nine, seven, six and five years.

RM: What is the most popular item on the menu? And, what is your personal favorite?

DB: I would always want to say the steakburgers because that’s what sets us apart from most any other restaurant. We do have a lot of open-faced hot beefs with real mashed potatoes. Tenderloins and skillets are good sellers. My favorites are the cheeseburgers and the Southern skillets — you just can’t go wrong!

RM: Tell us about your staff — do you have a lot of longtime employees? Are any of your family members still involved in the business?

DB: As I mentioned before, we have long-standing relationships with our employees over the many generations. Although there is a lot of turnover in the restaurant business, we have had employees that have stayed with us for 14, nine, seven, six, five years at a time. I have a daughter, Jessica, who has worked there for 21 years.

RM: What is the key to the restaurant’s success for so many years?

DB: Providing good food with the same recipes at reasonable prices, building friendships over the years with our customers, and of course a great staff.

RM: What is something a lot of people don’t know about the Grandview?

DB: In the very beginning we had a gravel lot and my great-grandfather, Clifford Lawrence, would come out every morning in his pickup truck and drag the lot with a rake-like device he had behind his truck. Also, my Uncle Leroy Markham, along with his cousin, Laverne Markham, would open a Christmas tree stand for many years off the back lot.

RM: What’s next for the Grandview — any new projects or recipes in the works?

DB: I would say we have been mostly successful by keeping it simple and trying to provide the best meals and service possible. So with that being said, changes are not something that come easy.

RM: What is your advice to other businesses on standing the test of time like the Grandview has?

DB: Work hard — sometimes you have to put in a lot of hours. Be kind and fair to your customers, and make sure the product you are selling is something you believe in.

RM: Is there anything else you’d like to add?

DB: I would just like to take the time to thank everyone throughout the generations who has been kind enough to patronize us. My Grandma Evelyn Markham and my Great-Aunt Gladys Lawrence, I believe they would be very proud that their little family restaurant they built is still serving the same families all these years later. A special thanks to my right-hand lady and friend Lori Guel for managing the restaurant for me the last several years.

Robyn Gautschy: (309) 343-7181, ext. 265;

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Global Non-Stick Pans Market 2017 -Meyer Corporation, SEB, NEWELL, BERNDES, Maspion, The Cookware … – The Tri

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Design: The welcome return of enamelware

Enamelware is everywhere again. The centuries-old kitchenware is showing up in boutiques, general stores, lifestyle blogs, adventure outfitters and mass-market retailers. Everyone, it seems, wants a piece of the durable, light tinware once considered a poor man’s ceramic.

Unlike the boldly patterned, vintage European pieces that sell for top dollar at auction, today’s offerings are simple, casual and budget-friendly, charming tokens of Americana sculpted into sleek, contemporary silhouettes that make as much sense in a downtown loft as in a log cabin. How could one material have such universal appeal? For many, the draw is its old-fashioned sensibility.

“It has a nostalgic quality to it, but it’s not in your face,” says Sheri Moretz, a spokeswoman for Mast General Store, a small retail chain that dates to 1883 and has shops in North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee. “It’s just the right amount of retro.”

Her colleague, Greta Hollar, remembers stocking up on enamel plates and bowls to take her kids camping, the same way her parents and grandparents did. “It’s sentimental, but it’s also functional,” Hollar says. “There’s a reason we’ve been using it this long.”

Mast sells the classic colorful splatterware along with more modern solids. Both have seen a spike in sales in recent years. Moretz and Hollar suspect this is because the region is a big draw for campers and hikers who buy vacation homes near the Appalachian Mountains, and tinware’s light weight and durability make it a perfect outdoor companion (“Hard to mess up, easy to clean,” Hollar says). But the enamelware craze stretches far and wide.

In New York City, housewares brand Fishs Eddy recently announced an enamelware line due out in January inspired by vintage farmhouse design. And on Nov. 8, Anthropologie debuted a line of enamelware in a collaboration with Soho House, the worldwide private members’ club, which is making a foray into housewares. Most of the line’s enamelware sold out in a matter of days.

London’s Falcon Enamelware is experiencing new life thanks to creative director Emma Young who, with the help of a small team, helped revitalize the nearly 100-year-old brand. A self-described “materials fanatic,” Young studied product design at Central Saint Martins and discovered the brand in 2011 while designing interiors for restaurants and hotels. The opportunity to expand was obvious. “It’s incredibly versatile,” she says. “It’s urban and rural, masculine and feminine, casual and refined. It’s universal.”

Young’s timing was nearly perfect. She and her husband, Kam, bought Falcon shortly after the Great Recession as design was making a dramatic shift back to basics. “Everyone was reevaluating their lives, their stuff,” she says. “It was all about simplification. Utility became chic again.”

Their updates were subtle: cleaner lines, slimmer silhouettes and no cutesy prints, patterns or phrases. Colors are neutral with occasional bold, limited-edition batches to test demand. And the pieces are packaged in corrugated cardboard, a nod to the hardware store and enamelware’s utilitarian feel. The result is stylish and understated, a perfect complement to today’s modern farmhouse craze.

“We were conscious not to over-elevate it into a design statement,” Young says. “It’s a family material.”

Enamelware is metal, aluminum or cast-iron cookware coated in a porcelain lining that makes it easy to clean, safe to heat and long-lasting. Although it’s best known for being lightweight, some say that makes it feel cheap or childish. “It feels like paper plates to me,” Los Angeles designer Alison Kandler says. “Great for families, but not a dinner party. That’s too casual, even in California.”

It can also chip easily, though enamel-lovers are quick to argue that small nicks and dings add to the look. “It can be stuck in an oven, hung on a hook or stored in a freezer,” Young says. “You can live with it.”

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Global Countertop Dishwashers Market 2018- KitchenAid, Kenmore

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