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Hundreds of ‘Martha Stewart Show’ Items Are Going Up for Auction

You may try your best to emulate Martha Stewart at every turn. But if your efforts are all in vain, don’t worry: Perfection isn’t easy as easily attained as America’s entertaining tips goddess makes it look. But if you’d like to feel a little bit closer to Stewart, than an upcoming auction from Kaminski Auctions in Beverly, MA may be the opportunity you’ve been waiting for. Over 400 items—props, furniture, and more—from The Martha Stewart Show are going up for bid starting next month.

For two days, beginning Saturday, May 5 at 10 a.m. ET, plates, glasses, pots and pans, aprons, dozens of vases and planters, cutting boards, and even cookbooks from the Martha Stewart library will be offered up by Kaminski Auctions to lucky bidders in person and online (some at ridiculously low starting bids, like $35 for a whole collection of vintage cookware). Prep tables, dining tables, and chairs, including some signed pieces like a toboggan of all things(!), are also up for grabs. The best part is that a portion of the proceeds are going to benefit the Martha Stewart Center for Living at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City, a home for the elderly that also advocates for their access to medical care and changing public perception of aging. A preview of the available items will be held Sunday, April 29 through Friday, May 4 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. You can browse the entire collection online, as well.

The Martha Stewart Show was a syndicated talk show that aired from 2005 to 2012 (the last two seasons were on the Hallmark Channel) and featured Martha interviewing guests, giving entertaining tips, and, obviously, cooking.

Of course, there are some less risky ways to get your hands on Martha-approved items. You can try subscribing to her wine club (she tastes all the wines herself), get her new line of food and kitchenware at Macy’s (including her own pasta sauce), or just head to Michael’s where you can stock up on chic party supplies for any kind of celebration.

That’s nothing to say for her many TV appearances, her co-hosting gig with Snoop Dogg, and her latest role a the newest Chopped judge (episodes featuring Martha Stewart on the Food Network’s culinary competition will begin airing June 5). You might be tempted to say Martha is in too many places, but as far as we’re concerned that’s just not possible.

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Mother’s Day Gifts For Moms Who Love Food – Forbes

Give mom the gift of great food and drink

Shopping for moms can be hard, but if your mom loves food almost as much as she loves you, a gift playing into her adoration for all things edible should give you a free pass for forgetting to call her that one time. Whether she loves staying in and cooking, entertaining or going out, the gift of food is the perfect way to celebrate Mother’s Day. For the mom who loves to eat, cook or both, give these edible and food-centric gifts this Mother’s Day.

Murray’s Cheese Mother’s Day Collection

Murray’s Mother’s Day Collection

Three types of cheese as well as accoutrements made by female cheesemakers and artisans across America make up this special Mother’s Day spread, which comes with a special Murray’s goat tote for mom to keep after the cheese is gone. $100, MurraysCheese.com

Made In Cookware

Made In’s 10-inch fry pan

Gift mom some cool cookware, designed with Millennials in mind, which moms, of course, love. Made In’s stainless steel and aluminum pots and pans offer restaurant quality cooking but at home cook prices. Buy mom a whole new set of cookware to last a lifetime or go for a single piece. Starts at $59, MadeInCookware.com

Knack’s Purist Pour

Knack’s Purist’s Pour

Mom may or not be a coffee snob (yet) but this personalized kit by Knack is the perfect pick-me-up when you can’t make mom breakfast in bed. Already packaged like a present, this set including a sleek matte black kettle, pourover dripper, glass carafe and more will be delivered straight to mom’s door to help her caffeinate in style. $254, Knackshops.com

Rao’s Best Collection 

Rao’s The Best

Pack mom’s pantry with the best of the supermarket sauce aisle. Rao’s collection of all their most popular sauces, pastas and condiments is definitely extra, and will be much appreciated for months to come — especially when mom doesn’t have to splurge for the expensive sauce because she already has a solid stock at home. $350, Raos.com

Wandering Bear Cold Brew Subscription

Wandering Bear cold brew

Moms love subscriptions, and for the cool mom who’s drinking cold brew, this coffee on tap, to be kept in an fridge, is the perfect replenishable gift.  Each recyclable box contains 16 glasses of cold brew and new shipments can arrive weekly or on alternating weeks. Starts at $26.10, WanderingBearCoffee.com

Dean Deluca Spice Tube Racks

Spice tube rack

Upgrade mom’s spice cabinet in a big way, with forty different spices sourced from producers across the world, all organized in clear test tubes, which look elegant in any kitchen. A small spoon and stainless steel spice rack help keep the kit organized and functional while cooking. $175.00, DeanandDeluca.com

Tabasco 150th Anniversary Diamond Reserve Red Sauce

Tabasco Diamond Reserve Sauce

For the mom who loves adding some heat to her food, this totally unique gift will probably make her laugh, until she hoards it all to herself. Tabasco’s special anniversary hot sauce packs in the heat, and is packaged like a fine wine, making it highly gift-worthy. $35, Tabasco.com

Cake N Cream Bouquet

Cake N Cream bouquet

For the mom who prefers looking at kale to eating it, this gorgeous bouquet sourced from a farm in Ecuador features eco-friendly ranunculus and bursts of kale to add lush greenery to the arrangement. Starts at $52, TheBouqs.com

SodaStream Aqua Fizz Machine

The Sodastream® Aqua Fizz

Mom can elevate any meal, homemade or leftover takeout with bubbles from this premium sparkling water machine. No electricity is required to fill the reusable glass carafes with carbonated water! $179.99, SodaStream.com

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Mother’s Day Gifts For Moms Who Love Food

Give mom the gift of great food and drink

Shopping for moms can be hard, but if your mom loves food almost as much as she loves you, a gift playing into her adoration for all things edible should give you a free pass for forgetting to call her that one time. Whether she loves staying in and cooking, entertaining or going out, the gift of food is the perfect way to celebrate Mother’s Day. For the mom who loves to eat, cook or both, give these edible and food-centric gifts this Mother’s Day.

Murray’s Cheese Mother’s Day Collection

Murray’s Mother’s Day Collection

Three types of cheese as well as accoutrements made by female cheesemakers and artisans across America make up this special Mother’s Day spread, which comes with a special Murray’s goat tote for mom to keep after the cheese is gone. $100, MurraysCheese.com

Made In Cookware

Made In’s 10-inch fry pan

Gift mom some cool cookware, designed with Millennials in mind, which moms, of course, love. Made In’s stainless steel and aluminum pots and pans offer restaurant quality cooking but at home cook prices. Buy mom a whole new set of cookware to last a lifetime or go for a single piece. Starts at $59, MadeInCookware.com

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Nonstick Cookware Market – Witness Spurring Opportunities as …

Non-stick is the surface which is coated with a synthetic polymer called Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) or with ceramic, anodized aluminum, enameled iron which decreases the ability of other materials to stick to it. The term Teflon coating has become synonymous with Non-stick coating in the market. Hence, the cookware is mostly addressed as teflon coated cookware. Non-stick cookware includes fry pan, sauce pan, and stock pots. Non-stick cookware allows the browning of foods without letting the food stick to the pan.

Online Segment Emerges as Faster Distribution Channel

On the basis of distribution channel, market is divided into online and offline. Purchases are expanding their business globally through online channel also, individual are adopting online purchasing behavior due to lack of time. As result of, online segment is the faster growing segment during the forecast period. There are various types of Non-stick cookware and they are coated with different coating such as Teflon coated, anodized aluminum coated, ceramic cookware, enameled iron coated and others.

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Surface of the cookware which is coated with a synthetic polymer called Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) is known as Teflon coating. Increasing focus on health and safety on overall operations in an organization and demand for improved and new products are anticipated to drive the growth of the Non-stick cookware market during the forecast period. The increasing need of safety and convenient cooking have forced many organizations to manufacture cookware which are coated. Furthermore, high demand for ceramic and Teflon coated Non-stick cookware is projected to increase the demand for Non-stick cookware market. The global Non-stick cookware market was valued at US$ 17,363.2 Mn in 2016 and is forecast to expand at a CAGR of 4.1% from 2017 to 2025, reaching a value of US$ 24,696.0 Mn in 2025.

For a surface to become Non-stick, the underlying layer is first roughened to support adhesion, and a number of layers of PTFE are sprayed or rolled on it. It is this number of layers and the quality of the material used in the coating which determines the quality and durability of the coating on the Non-stick cookware. The better the quality of the materials used, the lesser the chances of the coating peeling off. The better quality helps in keeping the Non-stick property of the cookware intact. In order to make anodized aluminum coated cookware, the aluminum is subjected to very high voltage and lower temperature in an electrolytic solution where aluminum is used as an Anode. This results in a hard and durable coating. In enamel coating, the substrate used for the cookware is coated with a porcelain material by firing the porcelain in powdered form on the substrate’s surface at a high temperatures which fuses into a smooth and durable coating on the surface. In seasoned cookware, the surface is coated with a very thin layer of oil and the oil is polymerized to the surface with the usage of high heat for a particular time period. This results in a Non-stick coating on the surface of the cookware

Asia Pacific Market to Witness Promising Growth in Coming Years

According to geography, the market is segmented into five regions namely North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Middle East and Africa and South America. Europe led the Non-stick cookware market in 2016 and is expected to grow at a good pace throughout the forecast period from 2017 to 2025. The primary drivers for the growth of Non-stick cookware market in North America region are demand for safe and innovative cookware. Asia Pacific region is anticipated to experience promising growth in the Non-stick cookware market during the forecast period. This is mainly due to high demand for innovative cookware and developing lifestyle of people living in urban areas.

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Over the last few years, consumers have changed they preference for cookware than earlier. Traditional approach is getting replaced with new and innovative approach which is cost controlled along with quality and efficiency. This is the main objective of Non-stick cookware market. Major Non-stick cookware market players profiled in the report include Berndes, Scanpan, Le Creuset, Circulon, Calphalon (Newell Brands LLC), Moneta Cookware, Gibson Brands, Inc., Farberware Licensing Company, LLC, Anolon, Cuisinart, T-fal, and All-Clad, NeoFlam, TTK Prestige limited, Tramontina, Regal Ware, Inc., PT Maspion, NuWave LLC, Meyer Corporation, Group SEB, Denby Pottery, Bradshaw International, Inc., Conair Corporation Hawkins Cookers Limited.

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Aluminum Cookware Market: Clear Understanding of The …

Cookware made of aluminum as the main material is made up of aluminum cookware. Aluminum is of two types: anodized aluminum and cast aluminum. There are different types of aluminum cookware such as bowls, aluminum topes, aluminum trays, aluminum casserole, aluminum bucket, aluminum vessels, aluminum pots, and milk pans.

Aluminum cookware is low-priced compared to cookware made from other materials. Aluminum is light weight but equally strong. It is a good conductor of heat and does not twist when exposed to high temperatures. Aluminum works fine for frying and browning foods due to its heat conductivity.

The disadvantage of aluminum is that it has strong affinity to alkaline and acidic foods, triggering it to corrode the taste of the food cooked in aluminum utensils. Aluminum is usually used as an essential heat conductor or an anodized coating to preserve the food. Aluminum is generally not harmful to humans or animals, because aluminum is so firmly bound within minerals that animals hardly absorb these minerals, which are harmful for them.

Aluminum cookware is preferred by consumers as it has considerable beneficial features. These include its cost effectiveness, fire resistant quality, and it is a good conductor of heat. Similarly, aluminum cookware heats quickly, making cooking easy and a less time consuming process. These cookware are safe to be used in the kitchen as the material is not reactive to acidic food. In addition, aluminum cookware does not disturb the food’s taste and can be stored for a long period of time.

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Being cost effective is one of the beneficial qualities of aluminum cookware. Buying pans and pots prepared from this material is cheaper compared to those manufactured from other standard materials such as stainless steel. Aluminum heats and cools quickly, making it popular with short-order cooks who need to work super quick.

This means both are the finest materials that are suitable to sustain for longer period of time. Aluminum is weighs lighter, which is great when moving pots and pans all day or night. Aluminum cookware is also long lasting compared to other materials used to manufacture cookware. The benefit of aluminum is its thermal heat transfer property.

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However, this staining would not affect the cookware’s capability of thermal conductivity in any way. This will only raise concerns among those consumers who desire exquisite looks in cookware. Many companies are starting to add a coating to the bottom of pots and pans, which prevents the food from sticking to the pan and also makes it easy for cooking and cleaning the surface. Aluminum cookware is rigid and durable and also has thermal conductivity that is 16 times that of stainless steel.

The key player of the aluminum cookware market are SEB, Alluflon, Illa SpA, Ballarini, Norbert Woll GmbH, Meyer, Fissler GmbH, Risoli, ALZA, SCANPAN, Newell, Maspion, YT, and Zhongxin Cookware.

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9 simple organization tools to declutter any kitchen

Got a drawer filled with kitchen utensils, lids that fall out of cabinets when you open them and stacks of mail you haven’t looked through? Join the club!

Since kitchen clutter can make spring cleaning seem impossible, TODAY Home asked organization experts and chefs for simple tips and inexpensive gadgets that help keep kitchens in order. They focused on the most common problem areas for many home cooks.

1. Rubbermaid Brilliance Pantry Airtight Containers, $51, Amazon

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“There is a real enjoyment in opening your cabinet and seeing uniform containers clearly labeled and organized,” said professional home and office organizer Rachel Brecher, who is the co-founder of JR William, a company that makes acrylic trays and boxes. “Cereal, flour, beans, kids’ snacks, coffee and even tea bags are all products that should be put into canisters and labeled.”

Clear, airtight, stackable bins like these from Rubbermaid make it easy to see the contents inside at a glance, keep foods fresher longer and can be used to create upward storage when kitchen space is limited. The BPA-free containers come in a set of 20, ranging from a half-cup to nearly 20-cup containers.

2. mDesign Refrigerator and Freezer Storage Organizer Bins, $30, Amazon

“Clear Storage is a must,” said Amanda Walker, a certified nutrition coach who blogs at AWalkMyWay.com. “When fruits, vegetables and other food items are visible, their colors can increase your senses, thus increasing the likelihood of their consumption.”

The mDesign storage bins are designed to organize clutter, contain messes and allow cooks to easily see what’s in the refrigerator and freezer. The four-piece storage set comes with an egg holder, condiment caddy and narrow and wide bins.

3. YouCopia StoreMore Adjustable Cookware Rack, $20, Amazon

“Lids for pots and pans can be annoying,” said Claudia Sidoti, head chef and recipe developer at the meal delivery service HelloFresh. “Depending on the size of your kitchen, I like adjustable lid racks that sit inside a cabinet to keep things in order! Having them all visible makes it easier to find everything you need to start cooking.”

The YouCopia rack also stores pans, trays, cutting boards and baking sheets. No installation is required. Here are some other YouCopia products we love.

4. Blu Monaco Mail Organizer, $25, Amazon

Do you bring in mail and set it on the counter never to be looked at again? “The kitchen often ends up being a major clutter zone for mail, magazine recipe tear-outs and even stacks of old newspaper,” said feng shui expert Tisha Morris, author of “Clutter Intervention: How Your Stuff Is Keeping You Stuck.” “This can quickly lead to a desire to not even go into the kitchen or use it to eat healthier meals and spend time with the family.”

She advises tossing anything that’s been sitting out for six months or more. “If it’s necessary to keep, put it away in an organizer or mount a drawer under a cabinet for storage,” she suggested, using a product like the Blu Monaco Mail Organizer, which can be mounted on a wall and also has hooks for keys and other things.

5. Kapoosh Bamboo Knife Block in Bamboo, $35, Bed, Bath Beyond

Storing knives in a drawer can be a dangerous habit that’s also bad for knives, said chef Robert Ramsey of the Institute of Culinary Education in New York City.

“As the clutter builds, it’s easy to cut yourself when you reach in the drawer to grab a knife,” he added. “It also dulls the blades by allowing the knives to rub together. My favorite storage solution is a universal knife block that can hold any size knife, because it doesn’t have slots,” he explained, recommending the Kapoosh Bamboo Knife Block as his top option.

6. Joseph Joseph Nest Utensils Set, $25 (usually $28), Amazon

“It’s 2018 and almost every major brand has space-saving versions of their products,” said Brecher, recommending the Joseph Joseph nest utensils set. Buying these space-saving versions of products can help avoid clutter in drawers and on counters in kitchens with limited storage space.

This creative set of kitchen tools uses a magnetic handle to hold a slotted spatula, spaghetti server, slotted spoon, solid spoon and ladle together. Plus, it’s dishwasher-safe.

7. Bamsira Bamboo Kitchen Drawer Dividers, $30, Amazon

Messy drawers pose a problem in many kitchens.

“Create a system in your large utensil drawer the same way you do with your silverware,” said Kirsten Fisher, founder and CEO of Imagine Home Organization. “Slotted spoons and spatulas tend to get unruly when not provided boundaries. I use bamboo drawer dividers to create sections for each type of utensil,” she said, suggesting the Bamsira bamboo kitchen drawer dividers, which comes in a set of four.

8. Deli Containers, $17, Amazon

Taming Tupperware with mismatched lids can also be a common challenge. “In restaurants we don’t use Tupperware, we use recyclable plastic ‘deli containers,’” explained Ramsey. “They are cheap, clear and completely standard in size; no more searching for the right top, because there is only one size and shape!”

He said the containers they use — like this set of 50 — range from 8 to 32 ounces, stack easily and can be reused five to 10 times. “You can see what’s inside, and if you send a friend home with leftovers, you never have to worry about tracking down your missing Tupperware,” he said.

9. JR William Modern Decor Acrylic Tray, $45, Amazon

“Dish soaps, hand soaps, moisturizer (for after you wash) and a diffuser all have a great reason for being on your kitchen counter,” said Brecher. “But they can’t be running wild! Use a tray to corral those runaway must-haves.” She recommends the JR William medium tray as a stylish way to maintain order for sink accessories.

For a less expensive option, try the Libman sink caddy (Amazon, $18), which is designed to store Libman-sized sponges, dish wands and brushes in one unit that can be hung on or placed in the sink, and has ventilation holes to help the tools dry more quickly.

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Nonstick Cookware Market – Witness Spurring Opportunities as Companies Use Newer and Safer Coating Materials …

Non-stick is the surface which is coated with a synthetic polymer called Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) or with ceramic, anodized aluminum, enameled iron which decreases the ability of other materials to stick to it. The term Teflon coating has become synonymous with Non-stick coating in the market. Hence, the cookware is mostly addressed as teflon coated cookware. Non-stick cookware includes fry pan, sauce pan, and stock pots. Non-stick cookware allows the browning of foods without letting the food stick to the pan.

Online Segment Emerges as Faster Distribution Channel

On the basis of distribution channel, market is divided into online and offline. Purchases are expanding their business globally through online channel also, individual are adopting online purchasing behavior due to lack of time. As result of, online segment is the faster growing segment during the forecast period. There are various types of Non-stick cookware and they are coated with different coating such as Teflon coated, anodized aluminum coated, ceramic cookware, enameled iron coated and others.

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Surface of the cookware which is coated with a synthetic polymer called Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) is known as Teflon coating. Increasing focus on health and safety on overall operations in an organization and demand for improved and new products are anticipated to drive the growth of the Non-stick cookware market during the forecast period. The increasing need of safety and convenient cooking have forced many organizations to manufacture cookware which are coated. Furthermore, high demand for ceramic and Teflon coated Non-stick cookware is projected to increase the demand for Non-stick cookware market. The global Non-stick cookware market was valued at US$ 17,363.2 Mn in 2016 and is forecast to expand at a CAGR of 4.1% from 2017 to 2025, reaching a value of US$ 24,696.0 Mn in 2025.

For a surface to become Non-stick, the underlying layer is first roughened to support adhesion, and a number of layers of PTFE are sprayed or rolled on it. It is this number of layers and the quality of the material used in the coating which determines the quality and durability of the coating on the Non-stick cookware. The better the quality of the materials used, the lesser the chances of the coating peeling off. The better quality helps in keeping the Non-stick property of the cookware intact. In order to make anodized aluminum coated cookware, the aluminum is subjected to very high voltage and lower temperature in an electrolytic solution where aluminum is used as an Anode. This results in a hard and durable coating. In enamel coating, the substrate used for the cookware is coated with a porcelain material by firing the porcelain in powdered form on the substrate’s surface at a high temperatures which fuses into a smooth and durable coating on the surface. In seasoned cookware, the surface is coated with a very thin layer of oil and the oil is polymerized to the surface with the usage of high heat for a particular time period. This results in a Non-stick coating on the surface of the cookware

Asia Pacific Market to Witness Promising Growth in Coming Years

According to geography, the market is segmented into five regions namely North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Middle East and Africa and South America. Europe led the Non-stick cookware market in 2016 and is expected to grow at a good pace throughout the forecast period from 2017 to 2025. The primary drivers for the growth of Non-stick cookware market in North America region are demand for safe and innovative cookware. Asia Pacific region is anticipated to experience promising growth in the Non-stick cookware market during the forecast period. This is mainly due to high demand for innovative cookware and developing lifestyle of people living in urban areas.

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Over the last few years, consumers have changed they preference for cookware than earlier. Traditional approach is getting replaced with new and innovative approach which is cost controlled along with quality and efficiency. This is the main objective of Non-stick cookware market. Major Non-stick cookware market players profiled in the report include Berndes, Scanpan, Le Creuset, Circulon, Calphalon (Newell Brands LLC), Moneta Cookware, Gibson Brands, Inc., Farberware Licensing Company, LLC, Anolon, Cuisinart, T-fal, and All-Clad, NeoFlam, TTK Prestige limited, Tramontina, Regal Ware, Inc., PT Maspion, NuWave LLC, Meyer Corporation, Group SEB, Denby Pottery, Bradshaw International, Inc., Conair Corporation Hawkins Cookers Limited.

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