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HomeGoods to open Davenport store Oct. 28

HomeGoods offers an ever-changing selection of low-priced decor items, including furniture, rugs, lighting, kitchen and dining supplies, bedding, toys, pet accessories, outdoor decor and more. 

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Electric Skillets Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends And Forecast 2023

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Meet your kitchen assistant: The food processor

I have no regrets about taking a kitchen shortcut where I can. Sure, you can find a gadget for almost any task these days – oh, apple slicer, why did I buy you? – but the best investments are multitaskers that earn their keep in terms of money spent and kitchen real estate.

If there’s one thing that ticks all those boxes, it’s a food processor.

Food writer and recipe developer Nicki Sizemore is something of a food-processor evangelist, so much so that it prompted her to write “The Food Processor Family Cookbook,” as well as to heavily feature a food processor in her new book, “Build-a-Bowl: Whole Grain + Vegetable + Protein + Sauce = Meal.”

Sizemore became enamored of the food processor after she had her first child and had a kitchen big enough to let her store the processor on the counter.

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“It became my sous-chef,” Sizemore says. “I use my food processor more than any other tool in my kitchen.”

Whether you are still on the fence about buying a food processor or just need a nudge to dust yours off, here are some ideas about what you can do with a food processor, along with tips for making the most of it:

It can make quick work of otherwise tedious tasks. Sizemore says food processors are great for chopping, from coarsely broken up to finely chopped. She suggests putting them to work on hearty vegetables such as carrots, onions, celery, root vegetables and winter squash. She’s a fan of processing the classic mix of diced celery, onion and carrots – AKA “mirepoix” – that forms the backbone of many soups and stews. Make sure you break the vegetables into chunks (1 to 2 inches) first. Please, no throwing in whole veggies.

Bloody box-grater fingers are no fun, so when you need to make your way through large amounts of cheese, enter the food processor. Whether you want to shred cheese (use the shredding disc, although softer cheeses can be sticky and benefit from a brief spell in the freezer) or grate it (hi, snowy piles of Parmigiano-Reggiano), the food processor can help. The shredding disc is wonderful if you need to shred carrots for carrot cake, too.

Using the slicing disc, you can also create layers for gratins, if not quite as thinly as a mandolin or your knife, and piles of cabbage for slaw in a matter of minutes, or even seconds.

And I can hardly imagine making my pesto any other way.

A food processor has a few unexpected tricks up its sleeve, too. Chopping is practical and necessary, but a bit of a yawn when it comes to neat kitchen tricks. So what else can your food processor do?

Try making a perfectly emulsified mayonnaise. Knead dough (skip the dough blade and just use the regular blade) or mix a cake batter. Pulse together a pie crust without the risk of overworking the dough or melting the butter. Sizemore even does away with the separate bowls for something like muffins by using the food processor to pulse the dry ingredients into the wet ingredients.

Grind meat that is less pasty and possibly cheaper than what you’d get at the grocery store. Sizemore makes lots of nut butters (one ingredient: roasted nuts) in her food processor and loves that they come out of the machine slightly warm from the friction. One of my favorite new-to-me food-processor hacks is a thick, spreadable and colorful whipped cream from Stella Parks at Serious Eats that is made with freeze-dried fruit.

Know what not to do with it. Save the hot soup for your blender or immersion blender; it can splash out of a food processor. Even if that doesn’t happen, getting the soup out can be tricky without a pour spout on the bowl.

Don’t throw things into the food processor that might damage the blade, such as ice or, if you were ever curious, bones. Sizemore doesn’t like using it to chop watery fruits and vegetables, which can break down more than you want or leave behind a pool of liquid. And very soft cheese can just form a paste at the bottom of the bowl.

Use the food processor to be thrifty and cut back your food waste. Stale bread? Grind it into bread crumbs. Too many cookies? (Ha.) Or, more likely, broken cookies? Grind those for an easy press-in pie or tart crust or an ice-cream topping. Sizemore recommends taking surplus roasted vegetables and pureeing them into soup. When extra herbs build up, whir together a pesto or salsa verde.

Buy smart. If you’re going to buy a food processor, go big or don’t go home. Small models can be handy for prep work, but to get the most done, try for something that has a capacity in the range of 11 to 14 cups. That means you won’t have to empty the bowl as often, plus you’ll get the shredding and slicing discs that are so helpful. Bigger machines, in addition to a higher capacity, have strong motors, which is key to such food as pizza dough.

Don’t worry about finding one with tons of features and accessories: As long as you have a process and pulse button, the slicing and shredding discs and the traditional blade, you’re all set. Sizemore said another nice but not make-or-break feature is snap-on bases and lids. Most machines are assembled by twisting on the bowl, blades and so on, but some work with a simple snap.

Then take good care of it – and yourself. It’s fine for food-processor bowls and lids to go in the dishwasher, but it’s best to hand wash your blade. (By the way, here’s your reminder about that Cuisinart blade recall from 2016, if you never took care of it.) Sizemore prefers using a brush, since a sponge can snag on the sharp edge. She also recommends not letting a dirty bowl sit around. It will be easier to clean before food cakes on and dries, and that way it’s not a burden hanging over you either.

Think about how to store your food processor and make it accessible.

“I think that’s half the battle for people,” Sizemore says. “Make it easy on yourself to get to it.” In a perfect world, it would live on your counter, but we don’t all live in a perfect world with big kitchens. I divide my food processor to store it, leaving the heavy base in a cabinet under my counter for easy transport and placing the bowl, blade and discs on a higher shelf that I don’t mind reaching up to.

Wherever you keep them, be careful with the blade and discs. A hard-sided container to hold them will prevent any injuries.

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Non-Stick Pans Market 2018 Global Industry Share, Growth, Demand, Size, Revenue, Cost Structure and 2025 Forecast

The Global Non-Stick Pans market will reach xxx Million USD in 2018 and with a CAGR if xx% between 2019–2025.

Non-Stick Pans

Non-stick pan is a type of pans with non-stick surface or coatings, which is engineered to reduce the ability of other materials to stick to it.For non-stick cookware, the non-stick coating allows food to brown without sticking to the pan. Non-stick is often used to refer to surfaces coated with polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE), a well-known brand of which is “”Teflon.”” With the health concerns centered on PTFE in recent years, Ceramic coatings are developed as a newer material in the world of nonstick cookware. It’s widely considered to be the safest and most environmentally friendly option. Ceramic is free of PTFE and PFOA (more on PTFE and PFOA below).”

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Company Coverage (Sales data, Main Products Services etc.):

Meyer Corporation

SEB

NEWELL

BERNDES

Maspion

The Cookware Company

Neoflam

TTK Prestige

Hawkins Cookers

Cuisinart

Le Creuset

Cinsa

China ASD

Nanlong

Sanhe Kitchenware

Cooker King

TianXi Holding Group

Product Type Coverage (Market Size Forecast, Major Company of Product Type etc.):

PTFE-based Non-Stick Pans

Ceramic-based Non-Stick Pans

Demand Coverage (Market Size Forecast, Consumer Distribution):

Commercial

Residential

Geographically, the Global Non-Stick Pans Market research report split global into several key Regions, with sales (K MT), revenue (Million USD), market share and growth rate of Hybrid Loaders for these regions, from 2015 to 2025 (forecast), coverin

North America

Europe

Asia-Pacific

South America

Middle East Africa

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Global Non-Stick Pans Market: TABLE OF CONTENTS

1 Industry Overview

1.1 Non-Stick Pans Industry

1.1.1 Overview

1.1.2 Products of Major Companies

1.2 Market Segment

1.2.1 Industry Chain

1.2.2 Consumer Distribution

1.3 Price Cost Overview

2 Non-Stick Pans Market by Type

2.1 By Type

2.1.1 PTFE-based Non-Stick Pans

2.1.2 Ceramic-based Non-Stick Pans

2.2 Market Size by Type

2.3 Market Forecast by Type

3 Global Market Demand

3.1 Segment Overview

3.1.1 Commercial

3.1.2 Residential

3.2 Market Size by Demand

3.3 Market Forecast by Demand

4 Major Region Market

4.1 Global Market Overview

4.1.1 Market Size Growth

4.1.2 Market Forecast

4.2 Major Region

4.2.1 Market Size Growth

4.2.2 Market Forecast

5 Major Companies List

5.1 Meyer Corporation (Company Profile, Sales Data etc.)

5.2 SEB (Company Profile, Sales Data etc.)

5.3 NEWELL (Company Profile, Sales Data etc.)

5.4 BERNDES (Company Profile, Sales Data etc.)

5.5 Maspion (Company Profile, Sales Data etc.)

5.6 The Cookware Company (Company Profile, Sales Data etc.)

5.7 Neoflam (Company Profile, Sales Data etc.)

5.8 TTK Prestige (Company Profile, Sales Data etc.)

5.9 Hawkins Cookers (Company Profile, Sales Data etc.)

5.10 Cuisinart (Company Profile, Sales Data etc.)

5.11 Le Creuset (Company Profile, Sales Data etc.)

5.12 Cinsa (Company Profile, Sales Data etc.)

5.13 China ASD (Company Profile, Sales Data etc.)

5.14 Nanlong (Company Profile, Sales Data etc.)

5.15 Sanhe Kitchenware (Company Profile, Sales Data etc.)

5.16 Cooker King (Company Profile, Sales Data etc.)

5.17 TianXi Holding Group (Company Profile, Sales Data etc.)

6 Conclusion

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Top Takeaways from the Tabletop Show

We scouted the latest giftware introduced at the New York Tabletop Show last week and discovered that several existing trends are still going strong while others are beginning to evolve. Here are our five top takeaways from market:

Iridescence Is In

The industry has taken a shine to the rainbow effect, executed in either a whisper of color, such as this Monterey punchbowl from Godinger or these bright, bold vases by Mikasa. On the other end of the finish spectrum, semi-matte glazes have taken hold in dinnerware and serveware, used solo or paired with glossy finishes for contrast.

 

Going Global

Rather than highlight a specific design from a particular region or country (such as Spanish tile, Moroccan weaves or tribal motifs), some companies have opted for a melting pot aesthetic that draws from multiple cultures and ethnicities and caters to the well-traveled consumer (or the one who aspires to be.) The Global Tapestry collection from Lenox is artisanal and eclectic, and encompasses a wide range of materials (wood, colored glass, stoneware, metal) and spans home décor, gifting and home entertaining.

 

Pastels Remain Powerful

Pale, chalky colors—mint, pale pink and light blue in particular—are an alternative to the other color stories tending in the market such as black and white color combinations, earthy neutrals and shades of dark green. Pastels are turning upon everything from toasters and frying pans to sleek, midcentury modern-inspired dinnerware, and are also right at home in traditional giftware categories like frames, compacts, trinket trays and tea pots, such as this Royal Albert Alpha Foodie debut.

 

Bowled Over

Bowls are the biggest ongoing story in tabletop, a reflection of the way younger consumers prefer to eat and dine—on the couch, with a poke bowl or protein-rich salad in hand. Beyond dinnerware, tidbit bowls and ice cream bowls, such as this one by Over and Back, and bowls in just about any shape or size are in demand.

 

Birds and Butterflies

Winged creatures—whether insect or avian—have their place on all sorts of giftware pieces, from the porcelain trays illustrated with various birds from Vista Alegre, or the Botanic Garden Harmony canisters, tea pots and other serveware and décor from Portmeirion that expands its most popular franchise.

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Non-Stick Pans Market 2018 Global Industry Share, Growth …

The Global Non-Stick Pans market will reach xxx Million USD in 2018 and with a CAGR if xx% between 2019–2025.

Non-Stick Pans

Non-stick pan is a type of pans with non-stick surface or coatings, which is engineered to reduce the ability of other materials to stick to it.For non-stick cookware, the non-stick coating allows food to brown without sticking to the pan. Non-stick is often used to refer to surfaces coated with polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE), a well-known brand of which is “”Teflon.”” With the health concerns centered on PTFE in recent years, Ceramic coatings are developed as a newer material in the world of nonstick cookware. It’s widely considered to be the safest and most environmentally friendly option. Ceramic is free of PTFE and PFOA (more on PTFE and PFOA below).”

Request a sample of Global Non-Stick Pans Market research report @ https://martresearch.com/contact/request-sample/7/14074

Company Coverage (Sales data, Main Products Services etc.):

Meyer Corporation

SEB

NEWELL

BERNDES

Maspion

The Cookware Company

Neoflam

TTK Prestige

Hawkins Cookers

Cuisinart

Le Creuset

Cinsa

China ASD

Nanlong

Sanhe Kitchenware

Cooker King

TianXi Holding Group

Product Type Coverage (Market Size Forecast, Major Company of Product Type etc.):

PTFE-based Non-Stick Pans

Ceramic-based Non-Stick Pans

Demand Coverage (Market Size Forecast, Consumer Distribution):

Commercial

Residential

Geographically, the Global Non-Stick Pans Market research report split global into several key Regions, with sales (K MT), revenue (Million USD), market share and growth rate of Hybrid Loaders for these regions, from 2015 to 2025 (forecast), coverin

North America

Europe

Asia-Pacific

South America

Middle East Africa

Browse Non-Stick Pans Industry report @ https://tinyurl.com/yap22pz9

Global Non-Stick Pans Market: TABLE OF CONTENTS

1 Industry Overview

1.1 Non-Stick Pans Industry

1.1.1 Overview

1.1.2 Products of Major Companies

1.2 Market Segment

1.2.1 Industry Chain

1.2.2 Consumer Distribution

1.3 Price Cost Overview

2 Non-Stick Pans Market by Type

2.1 By Type

2.1.1 PTFE-based Non-Stick Pans

2.1.2 Ceramic-based Non-Stick Pans

2.2 Market Size by Type

2.3 Market Forecast by Type

3 Global Market Demand

3.1 Segment Overview

3.1.1 Commercial

3.1.2 Residential

3.2 Market Size by Demand

3.3 Market Forecast by Demand

4 Major Region Market

4.1 Global Market Overview

4.1.1 Market Size Growth

4.1.2 Market Forecast

4.2 Major Region

4.2.1 Market Size Growth

4.2.2 Market Forecast

5 Major Companies List

5.1 Meyer Corporation (Company Profile, Sales Data etc.)

5.2 SEB (Company Profile, Sales Data etc.)

5.3 NEWELL (Company Profile, Sales Data etc.)

5.4 BERNDES (Company Profile, Sales Data etc.)

5.5 Maspion (Company Profile, Sales Data etc.)

5.6 The Cookware Company (Company Profile, Sales Data etc.)

5.7 Neoflam (Company Profile, Sales Data etc.)

5.8 TTK Prestige (Company Profile, Sales Data etc.)

5.9 Hawkins Cookers (Company Profile, Sales Data etc.)

5.10 Cuisinart (Company Profile, Sales Data etc.)

5.11 Le Creuset (Company Profile, Sales Data etc.)

5.12 Cinsa (Company Profile, Sales Data etc.)

5.13 China ASD (Company Profile, Sales Data etc.)

5.14 Nanlong (Company Profile, Sales Data etc.)

5.15 Sanhe Kitchenware (Company Profile, Sales Data etc.)

5.16 Cooker King (Company Profile, Sales Data etc.)

5.17 TianXi Holding Group (Company Profile, Sales Data etc.)

6 Conclusion

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Research is and will always be the key to success and growth for any industry. Most organizations invest a major chunk of their resources viz. time, money and manpower in research to achieve new breakthroughs in their businesses.The outcome might not always be as expected thereby arising the need for precise, factual and high-quality data backing your research.This is where MART RESEARCH steps in and caters its expertise in the domain of market research reports to industries across varied sectors.

Contact Us:

Name: Morris Beck

Email: sales@martresearch.com

Organization: Mart Research

Address: 5708 Copper Creek Court Charlotte North Carolina 28227, USA

Phone: +1–857–300–1122

Website: https://martresearch.com

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