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NY Now Spotlights Tabletop, Home Decor

The Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New York will see more than 500 brands in tabletop and home decor during the NY Now summer 2018 market August 12 to 15.

The Tabletop + Gourmet Housewares section will feature products meant to provide easier ways to prepare food and allow consumers to express their personal style when cooking, dining and entertaining at home. Exhibiting brands will showcase a wide range of products spanning home entertaining, including cookware and bakeware, small kitchen gadgets, gourmet specialty food, barware and wine accessories and more.

This section will feature more than 260 brands. Some of this year’s exhibitors include:

  • ANNA by Rablabs: Entertaining, home décor, furniture and lighting products that are made from stone.
  • Be Home: Responsibly-produced gifts for the kitchen and entire home with a natural and simple aesthetic.
  • Beatriz Ball: Versatile metalware, melamine, glass, ceramics, linens and more designed  for casual entertaining.
  • Chekari Trading Company:  Hand-painted African-inspired ceramics from Zimbabwe.
  • Corkcicle: Cutting-edge innovative barware and elegant hydration vessels, that meet all beverageware needs and for all wine enthusiasts.
  • Costa Nova: Artisanal dinnerware, high-quality tableware, bakeware, gifts and accessories made of fine stoneware.
  • Danico: High-quality serveware, cookware and dinnerware.
  • Godinger Silver Art Co: A full assortment of fine tabletop, mixology barware, ceramics, drinkware, dinnerware and flatware made from crystal, glass, metals, woods, marble and geode products sourced from all over the world.
  • Hester Cook: Home, tabletop, gift and paper products produced in Nashville, Tennessee.
  • Kiss That Frog: Worldly textiles, tabletop, glassware, serving trays, woodenware and décor.
  • Mijal Gleiser Designs: Luxury home décor, tabletop accessories, placemats and coasters from Columbia.
  • Nicolette Mayer Collection: New line of luxury tabletop and home décor products including grass cloth placemats, fine linens and napkin rings.
  • Ototo Design LTD: Functional kitchenware, cookware and gadgets from Israel with a witty and unexpected twist.
  • Picnic Time: Tabletop, wine accessories, cheeseboards and picnic accessories to help people spend quality time making memories with their loved ones.
  • Rosanna: Designs for entertaining, tableware and home décor.
  • RS Life360: Caffé con Vista collection features bone china and porcelain tabletop products with images of Italian art and panoramic scenery.
  • Vista Alegre: Artistically-designed Portuguese dinnerware and accessories made from porcelain and crystal.

The Home Furnishings + Textiles section will feature established and emerging brands in furniture, lighting, home textiles, bedding, floor coverings, wall décor, pillows and decorative accessories ranging in styles from traditional or contemporary to indoor and outdoor living.

Featuring more than 300 brands, some of this year’s exhibitors include:

  • East Van Light: Vintage industrial lamps with modern designs that use locally-sourced premium hardwood bases and quality hardware components. All lamps are handcrafted in small batches in East Vancouver, British Columbia.
  • Evangeline: Textiles that capture a bit of the wild, resilience and warmth of Maine that expresses both function and elegance.
  • Gingerlily London: Bedding and bed linen that is designed in-house in London with great attention to detail and made using only the finest A Grade long stand mulberry silk.
  • Lily’s Living: Home furnishings that are influenced by the legacy and history of Asia. Each piece is designed to become the intersection of art and lifestyle.
  • Selamat Designs: Sophisticated furnishings of superior quality that are also functional and inventive.
  • Tightrope: Sustainable materials paired with eco-friendly techniques to create high-quality, modern design. Featuring furniture, lighting and home accents.
  • Veritas Home: A youthful, contemporary feel to glass, yet continuing the brand’s tradition of timeless style. Each piece is created with precision to illuminate the home and be a centerpiece for conversation.
  • Xcella: A fast-growing home décor company specializing in design and manufacturing of new conceptual home décor designs and contemporary furnishings. Provides eco-friendly products and avoids using chemicals.

“Whether it’s boho, contemporary, colorful, modern, eco-friendly or one-of-a-kind, NY Now enables buyers, shop owners, interior decorators and more to discover the most unique and thoughtful products that set the trends in style,” said Randi Mohr, Emerald Expositions vice president and NY Now director. “Each season, NY Now features a great selection of leading and emerging brands and this summer is no exception. To help buyers source the most in-demand products for their stores, we will have an incredible lineup of experts giving special Trend Talks directly on the market floor to share their insights on the latest home design trends.”

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From A Frying Pan Into The Fire

Most of us can find one or more pieces of cast iron cookware in our kitchen cabinet, and these have become precious possessions to those who have them. Many people inherit these items from family members, are given them by friends or neighbors, or buy them at yard sales or antique shops. Having this type of cookware gives its owner a feeling of being linked to the past, and to one’s ancestors.

According to historical information, cast iron cookware has been used for cooking for hundreds of years because of its durability and special way of retaining heat. During the 1700’s, a large cast iron pot was the most important item of cooking equipment. Since the fireplace was the only heat source during that era, the cooking vessels were designed to be suspended on, or in, that hearth. Cookware had handles for hanging over the fire, or legs for standing up in the coals and ashes of the fire. A pan called a “spider” had three legs and a handle, and was designed for standing directly in the fire. The large pot which was hung over the fire was the first of the one pot meals; the cook of that day did not realize that she was pioneering the first crock pot! Then, in the mid 1800’s, the first cast iron cook stove was introduced, making food preparation faster, but requiring the learning of different cooking techniques. Of course, the only cookware which could “take the heat” of a direct fire was cast iron; therefore, it was the choice of housewives until the mid twentieth century. And even today, many homemakers are still using iron skillets for cooking. From “The Complete Home” by Mrs. Julia McNair Wright, published in 1879, information was given relating to new kettles. The author stated that to remove the iron taste from new kettles, boil a handful of hay in them, and repeat the process, if necessary. Wright stated that hay water is a great sweetener of tin, wooden and iron ware. Also, from a cookbook, “Mountain Makin’s in the Smokies, published by The Great Smoky Mountains Natural History Association in 1957, it is stated that a person should use an iron skillet for the best cornbread; and that the skillet should be hot before putting in the batter. Then, the bread should be cooked in a hot oven, 475-500 degrees. The cookbook further specifies that the “quicker you cook it, the better it is.” And under a recipe for Cornmeal Pancakes, there is a drawing with an explanation which tells that a spider is an iron skillet on legs.

From information found, most of the major cast iron cookware manufacturers began producing their product in the late 1800’s or early 1900’s. The roll call of cast iron producers begins with the Selden and Griswold Manufacturing Company, which was founded in 1865, by the marriage of those two families. Originally, the Erie, Pennsylvania company made door hinges, and then branched out into cast iron products, producing mostly cookware. In 1957 the company, known only as Griswold by that time, filed for bankruptcy, and was acquired by the Randall Corporation. This corporation had bought Wagner Ware in 1952; then sold both Griswold and Wagner to Textron in 1959, with General Housewares Corporation buying Textron in 1969.

The second major producer of cast iron was the Vollrath Company, which was begun in 1874 in Sheboygan, Wisconsin by Jacob J. Vollrath. Vollrath only made military products during World Wars I and II, and produced a Polio-Pak during the Polio epidemic. Also, it was among the first manufacturing companies in America to become involved with computer technology; it is still in business today.

Next, is the Wagner Manufacturing Company of Sidney, Ohio, which was founded in 1881 by two brothers, Bernard and Milton Wagner. The foundry closed in 1999, and was bought by the Randall Corporation in 1952. Randall Corporation also had purchased Griswold Manufacturing; items produced by Randall were then manufactured in the Ohio location of Wagner. Wagner Ware continued to be made through the 1990’s, and in 2000, the American Culinary Corporation bought both the Griswold and Wagner brands.

Another company is Lodge Manufacturing, which was founded by Joseph Lodge in 1896, and is one of our country’s oldest cookware companies in continuous operation. Today, most of the cast iron sold by the company is produced in the foundry in South Pittsburg, Tennessee, and it is still owned and managed by descendents of the original Lodge family.

Even though cast iron cookware was primarily developed for the extremely hot and open flame method of cooking, it is not indestructible! A piece of cookware will break if placed on a cold surface or in cold water while still hot, and it could also break if dropped. Cast iron should be hand washed and immediately dried, then rubbed with a small amount of vegetable oil or bacon grease before putting the cookware away. “Seasoning” is a process by which animal fat or vegetable oil is rubbed on the cookware, then “cooked” onto the cast iron in an oven. This layer of fat or oil is protection to keep the cookware from rusting, to keep food from sticking to the pan, and to prevent reaction of the food with the iron of the cookware. The Lodge Manufacturing website has instructions for cleaning, seasoning, and refurbishing the finish of cast iron for anyone needing this information.

This type of cookware can also be beneficial to one’s health. According to a study which was done by the American Dietetic Association, cast iron cookware can filter important amounts of dietary iron into food. Naturally the amounts of iron absorbed varied, due to the type of food, its acidity, water content, length of cooking time, and age of the cookware.

I am fortunate to have some cast iron skillets that belonged to my great grandmother, Ella Darwin Thomison. Those skillets have been used so much that they are now almost slick on the surface from seasoning, but the best cornbread is to be had from using her recipe and those skillets. Even though our ancestors used cast iron cookware because of necessity, they knew what they were doing! A cast iron skillet or dutch oven cooked the best tasting food anyone could want to eat. And using these cooking utensils gives a person a connection with the past and a feel for their family history. Therefore, I am reminding you to learn from the past in order to live in the present and prepare for the future.

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NY Now Brings Spotlight To Tabletop

The Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New York will see more than 500 brands in tabletop and home decor during the NY Now summer 2018 market August 12 to 15.

The Tabletop + Gourmet Housewares section will feature products meant to provide easier ways to prepare food and allow consumers to express their personal style when cooking, dining and entertaining at home. Exhibiting brands will showcase a wide range of products spanning home entertaining, including cookware and bakeware, small kitchen gadgets, gourmet specialty food, barware and wine accessories and more.

This section will feature more than 260 brands. Some of this year’s exhibitors include:

  • ANNA by Rablabs: Entertaining, home décor, furniture and lighting products that are made from stone.
  • Be Home: Responsibly-produced gifts for the kitchen and entire home with a natural and simple aesthetic.
  • Beatriz BallVersatile metalware, melamine, glass, ceramics, linens and more designed  for casual entertaining.
  • Chekari Trading Company:  Hand-painted African-inspired ceramics from Zimbabwe.
  • Corkcicle: Cutting-edge innovative barware and elegant hydration vessels, that meet all beverageware needs and for all wine enthusiasts.
  • Costa Nova: Artisanal dinnerware, high-quality tableware, bakeware, gifts and accessories made of fine stoneware.
  • Danico: High-quality serveware, cookware and dinnerware.
  • Godinger Silver Art Co: A full assortment of fine tabletop, mixology barware, ceramics, drinkware, dinnerware and flatware made from crystal, glass, metals, woods, marble and geode products sourced from all over the world.
  • Hester Cook: Home, tabletop, gift and paper products produced in Nashville, Tennessee.
  • Kiss That Frog: Worldly textiles, tabletop, glassware, serving trays, woodenware and décor.
  • Mijal Gleiser Designs: Luxury home décor, tabletop accessories, placemats and coasters from Columbia.
  • Nicolette Mayer Collection: New line of luxury tabletop and home décor products including grass cloth placemats, fine linens and napkin rings.
  • Ototo Design LTDFunctional kitchenware, cookware and gadgets from Israel with a witty and unexpected twist.
  • Picnic Time: Tabletop, wine accessories, cheeseboards and picnic accessories to help people spend quality time making memories with their loved ones.
  • Rosanna: Designs for entertaining, tableware and home décor.
  • RS Life360: Caffé con Vista collection features bone china and porcelain tabletop products with images of Italian art and panoramic scenery.
  • Vista Alegre: Artistically-designed Portuguese dinnerware and accessories made from porcelain and crystal.

“Whether it’s boho, contemporary, colorful, modern, eco-friendly or one-of-a-kind, NY Now enables buyers, shop owners, interior decorators and more to discover the most unique and thoughtful products that set the trends in style,” said Randi Mohr, Emerald Expositions vice president and NY Now director. “Each season, NY Now features a great selection of leading and emerging brands and this summer is no exception. To help buyers source the most in-demand products for their stores, we will have an incredible lineup of experts giving special Trend Talks directly on the market floor to share their insights on the latest home design trends.”

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Report on Dinnerware Market Detailed Qualitative Analysis, In-Depth Analysis Overview, Growth Impact and Demand …

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Manufacturers in Dinnerware Market: Meissen, Hermes, Arabia, GIEN, Herend, Royal Doulton, Wedgwood, Royal Worcester, Corelle, WMF, Libbey, Guy Degrenne, Lenox, Zwilling, ..…and others

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Major classifications are as follows: 

Plates
Bowls
Sets
Cups
Others

Major applications are as follows:

Home Usage
Commercial Usage

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So you want a new kitchen? Here are some tips for starting the process

Whether you’re considering designing a kitchen using your own architect, a kitchen planner hired through a store like IKEA or Home Depot or an online planning service, professionals suggest keeping a few things in mind.

• Plan way ahead — “Many people start planning their kitchen a year ahead of time, and that’s about right,” said John Allen, a services planner at IKEA in the United States. “The more you’ve worked out what you want ahead of time, the more smoothly things will go once you start working with a kitchen planner.”

Be as specific as you can about what you like and how much you can spend.

“If you already know exactly which appliances you want, and what kind of sink, that helps a lot,” Allen said. Changing a fridge or range halfway through the planning can throw everything off, since even an inch or two difference in appliance dimensions could mean rethinking all the cabinets.

• Make your kitchen work for you — Do you have kids? Are you right-handed or left-handed? Will more than one person be cooking at the same time? The answers to questions like these affect the placement of microwave, dishwasher, sink, cabinet, kitchen island and more.

“If you’re 5 feet tall, 40-inch cabinets may not be ideal for you,” Allen said.

And just because you’re going with one company for kitchen planning and cabinet boxes doesn’t mean you can’t use another for cabinet and drawer fronts, decorative drawer pulls and more.

For example, Semihandmade, a Los Angeles company, makes cabinets, drawer fronts and accessories specifically made to fit IKEA cabinet boxes. Company founder John McDonald said he could offer more upscale veneers “and can manage a lot of customization work that Ikea can’t do, like special door sizes, doors for appliance fronts and custom bookcases to match cabinetry.”

• Measure again — “There’s a saying that goes ‘measure twice, cut once.’ Well, for kitchens, I’d say measure three times,” Allen warns. “No matter how new or old your house is, chances are things aren’t quite even. And you’ll need to measure outlets and vents and window frames, as well.”

There’s more involved than meets the eye, and it often pays to hire a professional to measure the room.

“The foundation of everything you do is getting accurate and comprehensive measurements up front,” said Rachel Getz, associate merchant in countertops at Home Depot. For between $99 and $129, Home Depot will send a service provider to measure the kitchen and design the project. IKEA will have your site professionally measured and designed for a refundable $199.

“No matter who’s doing your kitchen, it’s worth it to invest a few hundred dollars up front to get things properly measured,” McDonald said.

• Be realistic about time frame — Dismantling and preparing the kitchen and flooring ahead of installation will take time. Contractors often take longer than expected, and plumbers and electricians aren’t always available on the day you’ll need them. And even with perfect turnaround time, custom countertops will take at least two weeks, the experts say, and can’t be templated until the cabinets have been installed.

Have an alternative space set up with a microwave, tabletop and small fridge; you’ll need a place to prepare food while your dream kitchen is in the works.

“It’s important to remember that you’re likely to encounter roadblocks that may extend the timeline,” said Stephanie Sisco, home editor at Real Simple magazine. “Whether it’s a surprise that’s uncovered when a wall is opened up or a change is made to the design plan, it can delay your renovation’s progress. So give yourself some wiggle room and don’t plan a party for the day you think it’s going to be completed.”

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Your Good Health: Nonstick cooking pan ruled out as cause of cancer

Dear Dr. Roach: I recently was diagnosed with kidney cancer, and my wife is now getting treatment for breast cancer. Would cooking on a nonstick skillet have caused the cancers? My wife was using one for quite some time, but not anymore.

B.R.

When someone is diagnosed with any serious disease, but especially with cancer, it is a human trait to think back on possible causes.

We want to have as much control over our fate as possible. However, most cases of cancer occur without a specific risk (smoking cigarettes is the biggest exception to this).

Cancer happens, among other reasons, when there is an error in replicating DNA, when we are hit by natural radiation or when something in our environment damages our DNA. There certainly are behaviours we can do to reduce cancer risk, but there is no way to entirely prevent cancer from occurring.

In the case of nonstick cookware, there is no increased risk. Workers who make nonstick coatings for pans or clothing are potentially at risk due to a chemical used in manufacturing called PFOA, but there is none of this (probably) carcinogenic chemical in the final product. Overheating a nonstick-coated pan can cause irritating, but not cancer-causing, chemical fumes.

Dear Dr. Roach: I have a question that I’d love to see answered in your column. My husband recently had major surgery. Before the surgery, they asked if he has ever smoked. (Husband is 77.) He answered that when he was nine, he smoked a cigarette. He is now in the computer as an ex-smoker, and the nurse told us she is “required by law” to provide him with information on quitting.

When physicians ask: “Have you ever smoked?” do they really want to hear about one cigarette, smoked almost 70 years ago? Is this meaningful information, in medical terms?

S.S.

There are very important reasons to know a person’s smoking history, especially when someone is about to undergo surgery. Current smokers should know that quitting well before surgery can reduce risks of surgical complications. The anesthesiologist can be extra-vigilant for breathing issues. Some of these points are valid for ex-smokers who have recently quit or who were very heavy smokers.

Of course, one cigarette at age nine is meaningless, and anytime I hear “required by law” I wonder if it’s really true. In this case, I doubt it: Why give ex-smokers information on quitting? It makes no sense.

Primary-care providers like me ask about smoking because a significant history of smoking increases heart disease risk, so I might be more likely to recommend treatment to reduce that risk (for example, in a person with elevated blood pressure or cholesterol who otherwise doesn’t quite meet criteria for drug treatment). Also, people who smoked more than 1 pack per day for 30 years, or the equivalent, should have a discussion about whether screening for lung cancer is appropriate.

Finally, it’s easier to answer if you have never been a smoker. Some people who smoke socially don’t consider themselves smokers, but would still benefit from advice to stop.

Dr. Roach regrets that he is unable to answer individual letters, but will incorporate them in the column whenever possible. Readers may email questions to ToYourGoodHealth@med.cornell.edu.

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Global Disposable Dinnerware Market | Competitive Analysis …

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