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From a simple wine press to today’s modern kitchen, the new BLANCO EMPRESSA™ faucet collection blends …

“The EMPRESSA Collection exemplifies on-trend design while paying homage to BLANCO’s European heritage,” states Tim Maicher, Director of Marketing for BLANCO. “The detailing in each handle connects with the winemaking tradition of BLANCO’s home region in Germany, while the versatile styling and functional features reinforce our continuing passion for excellence and innovation. This transitional series is a perfect fit for modern farmhouse style, with four versatile styles and new finishes that coordinate with any kitchen design.”

The EMPRESSA Collection debuts two exciting new finishes, Polished Nickel and Oil Rubbed Bronze. It also comes in Stainless Finish or Polished Chrome. EMPRESSA features four versatile models including: Semi-Professional, Pull-Down, Bridge and Bar. A matching soap dispenser is also available.

To download full press release and images, click here.

BLANCO EMPRESSA Details (Available April 2018):

  • Available finishes:
    • Polished Chrome
    • Stainless Finish
    • Polished Nickel
    • Oil Rubbed Bronze
  • EMPRESSA Bridge Faucet:
    • Pull-down dual spray
    • MSRP:
      • Polished Chrome:       $895
      • Stainless Finish:          $1075
      • Polished Nickel:          $1075
      • Oil Rubbed Bronze:    $1075
  • EMPRESSA Semi-Professional Faucet:
    • Pull-down dual spray
    • MSRP:
      • Polished Chrome:       $750
      • Stainless Finish:          $900
      • Polished Nickel:          $900
      • Oil Rubbed Bronze:    $900
  • EMPRESSA Kitchen Faucet with Pull-down spray
    • Pull-down dual spray
    • MSRP:
      • Polished Chrome:       $595
      • Stainless Finish:          $725
      • Polished Nickel:          $725
      • Oil Rubbed Bronze:    $725
  • EMPRESSA Bar Faucet
    • Steam spray
    • MSRP:
      • Polished Chrome:       $545
      • Stainless Finish:          $655
      • Polished Nickel:          $655
      • Oil Rubbed Bronze:    $655

About BLANCO

For three generations, BLANCO has quietly and passionately elevated the standards for luxury sinks, faucets and decorative accessories. Proud of its European heritage and award-winning German engineering, BLANCO is steadfastly committed to their tradition of high quality, innovative design and unsurpassed service since 1925. Dedicated to quality without compromise, every sink is closely inspected many times before it receives the BLANCO name.

A remarkable history of firsts emphasizes BLANCO’s zeal for innovation including the first stainless steel sink to achieve a 10mm radius –STEELART® – the first to market colored hard composite sinks in North America – BLANCO’s pioneering MicroEdge technology with its virtual flushmount edge – and the first apron front sink in composite granite.

BLANCO has a long tradition of environmental stewardship and their production facilities operate to strict DIN EN ISO 14001 environmental performance standards.

BLANCO is the brand of choice in the luxury sink and faucet category for its unparalleled quality and an inspirational breadth of design possibilities. From the precision craftsmanship and artistic creativity of its STEELART brand to the stunning durability of its ground breaking SILGRANIT® collection, BLANCO has proven that the sink is far more than a mere functional element in the kitchen.

Since 1994, BLANCO has been a member of the Caux Round Table (CRT), an international network of principled business leaders and companies working to promote a moral capitalism.

For more information, visit www.blancoamerica.com.

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These rubber kitchen gloves somehow cost $390

There’s a haute version of everything plus the kitchen sink these days — even dish-washing gloves.

Calvin Klein head designer Raf Simons sent models down his spring catwalk in rubber accessories that — price notwithstanding — are nearly identical to the kind you buy from your local bodega.

The main difference? This millennial pink pair is stamped with the designer’s coveted logo.

This isn’t the only grocery store staple getting a stylish reboot this season: French house Céline re-imagined the see-through plastic shopper, which will lighten your wallet of a whopping $600.

The gloves are currently available for purchase at SSENSE for $390.

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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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How to turn ordinary old kitchen items into snazzy décor

Striking the perfect balance between a kitchen that looks Instagrammable and one that you can actually cook in can be pretty tricky. Flip through any catalogue of perfectly-staged kitchens and the mind reels at how anyone could keep a kitchen that pristine for any amount of time. You know what though? A lot of those perfect kitchens have probably never even had food in them, let alone kids. You’re doing just fine.

We shouldn’t have to shy away from the fact that we *gasp* cook in our own kitchens. They should look like we use them regularly and enjoy it. Let’s celebrate using our kitchens for things other than taking photos by using functional kitchen accessories in our décor. Here are ways to turn your regular old kitchen stuff into part of the whole room.

Not your grandmother’s china wall

Remember how your grandmother used to have a wall dedicated to an assortment of evenly-spaced china plates? Even if she didn’t, you know what we’re talking about. It may be a dated style, but that doesn’t mean you have to hide your cute dishes away in a cupboard or cabinet. With a simple plate hanger, you too can decorate with your dishware, bringing the look into the twenty-first century with a little asymmetrical styling.

Group plates, bowls, serving dishes or baskets of all different sizes in a cascading pattern on your wall. For the best look, stick with a colour theme, use an odd number of dishes and space everything out on the floor before putting it up on the wall. Then watch your friends admire your DIY wall art and casually replicate it in their own homes while insisting they were planning on doing this for a long time.

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Don’t have enough decorative dishes? Hit a thrift store. There are any number of vintage finds to be made there.

Open the door to your best accessories

Stop hiding your pretty kitchen items away. Get some open shelving either new or from a thrift store (a coat of paint works wonders at reviving old shelves) and display the items that you love and use often. If you drink tea every afternoon, keep an assortment of mugs within reach. If coffee is your pick, keep the French press and a pretty can of coffee out. Put out some spoons or other silverware in a Mason jar or pitcher. Use open shelving to make your space more functional while also displaying the things that would otherwise be tucked away in a cupboard.

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Finally, a use for those tea towels that are “too pretty” for drying dishes

Do you have a tea towel (or five) that you bought, but just can’t bring yourself to use because it’s too pretty? It’s fine, we all have them, but what good are those “too pretty” towels doing in a drawer? Bring them out and use a little DIY magic on them to turn them into gorgeous wall art. Wooden dowel hangings are an option but don’t underestimate the classic look of just hanging your towels on some simple hooks.

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Use a display tray for your specific needs

Trays are objectively adorable, especially when you load them up with cute cups and a tea pot. If you drink a lot of tea, why not set yourself up with a tea tray holding a few cups, saucers, a tea pot, sugar bowl and tins of your favourite tea blends? If tea isn’t your thing, use the same concept for whatever works for you. Coffee, hot chocolate, popcorn popping supplies, even small plants or candles would look sweet.

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Cake plates aren’t just for cakes

Have a cake pedestal that spends most of its cake-free time luxuriating in a cupboard? Put it to work and use it to hold your salt, pepper and napkins on the kitchen table. Or put it on the counter and have it hold oil and vinegar bottles, your most frequently-used spices and finishing salt.

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“I just thought it was pretty”

Embrace the prettiest things in your kitchen and just put them out. Is the balsamic vinegar bottle cute? Put it out. Are you in love with your Twinings tins? Leave them on the counter. Are you absolutely in love with a vintage pitcher? Use it to house your utensils by the stove. Embrace the things you want to leave out and just do it. The easiest décor to use is the stuff that’s already tucked away in your kitchen. Find what’s pretty and put it out.

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Non-Stick Pans Market Trends And Opportunities By Product Types And Application In Grooming Regions, By 2018

North America Non-Stick Pans Market report 2023 discusses about development policies and plans as well as manufacturing processes and cost structures. It also states import/export consumption, supply and demand figures, cost, price, revenue and gross margins. Various definitions, classification, applications of industry and chain structure are also given.

Description: “This report studies the Non-Stick Pans market. 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).”, ,

Scope of the Non-Stick Pans Market Report: This report focuses on the Non-Stick Pans in North America market, especially in United States, Canada and Mexico. This report categorizes the market based on manufacturers, countries, type and application.,

Target Audience of Non-Stick Pans Market:  Manufacturer / Potential Investors, Traders, Distributors, Wholesalers, Retailers, Importers and Exporters., Association and government bodies.

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Non-Stick Pans market competition by top manufacturers/players, with Non-Stick Pans sales volume, Price (USD/Unit), revenue (Million USD) and market share for each manufacturer/player; the top players including: SEB, Meyer Corporation, 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, .

Non-Stick Pans market report provides regional analysis forecast (2013-2023) including following regions:

  • United States
  • Canada
  • Mexico

On the basis of Product Type, Non-Stick Pans market report displays the production, revenue, price, market share and growth rate of each type, covers: PTFE-based Non-Stick Pans, Ceramic-based Non-Stick Pans,

On the basis on the end users/applications, Non-Stick Pans market report focuses on the status and outlook for major applications/end users, sales volume, market share and growth rate for each application, this can be divided into: Commercial, Residential,

The Non-Stick Pans market analysis report speaks about the growth rate of Non-Stick Pans market in 2022 manufacturing process, key factors driving the North America Non-Stick Pans market, sales, revenue, and price analysis of top manufacturers of Non-Stick Pans Market, distributors, traders and dealers of Non-Stick Pans Market.

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Non-Stick Pans market along with Report Research Design:

Non-Stick Pans Market Historic Data (2013-2017):

  • Industry Trends: Global Revenue, Status and Outlook.
  • Competitive Landscape: By Manufacturers, Development Trends.
  • Product Revenue for Top Players: Market Share, Growth Rate, Current Market Situation Analysis.
  • Market Segment: By Types, By Applications, By Regions/ Geography.
  • Sales Revenue: Market Share, Growth Rate, Current Market Analysis.

Non-Stick Pans Market Influencing Factors:

  • Market Environment: Government Policies, Technological Changes, Market Risks.
  • Market Drivers: Growing Demand, Reduction in Cost, Market Opportunities and Challenges.

Non-Stick Pans Market Forecast (2018-2025):

  • Market Size Forecast: Global Overall Size, By Type/Product Category, By Applications/End Users, By Regions/Geography.
  • Key Data (Revenue): Market Size, Market Share, Growth Rate, Growth, Product Sales Price.

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The next part also sheds light on the gap between supply and consumption. Apart from the mentioned information, growth rate of Non-Stick Pans market in 2022 is also explained. Additionally, type wise and application wise consumption tables and figures of Non-Stick Pans market are also given.

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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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Smoked Salmon and Asparagus Frittata

by Emily Kemme

The family is descending on your home to celebrate Mother’s Day and most likely, that means you are cooking. You’ve decided the event will be a brunch. It’s typically an easier meal to prepare than dinner, some of the prep work and table setting can be done the night before, and most people are happy with an egg dish. Whip up this easy, tasty Smoked Salmon and Asparagus Frittata while everyone is sipping mimosas, or bake it the day before and warm in the oven. Combine with a fruit plate and bam! You’re done. You’ve just put together a healthy, beautiful brunch presentation for Mom.

The key is to ask for help when you need it. It gives people something to do and makes them feel good because they had a hand in the meal. There is something to be said for pride of contribution.

Smoked Salmon and Asparagus Frittata Recipe

For Frittata:

12 extra-large eggs

1 cup half and half

4 ounces crumbled goat cheese

1/2 lb smoked salmon, skin removed if it has it, flaked into 1/2 inch pieces

12 stalks fresh asparagus, tough ends broken off, cut into 1 inch pieces

3 scallions, white and light green parts only, thinly sliced

1 bunch dill fronds (about 10 stems), stems removed, fronds minced

1/2 tsp black pepper

cooking spray

For Caramelized Onion Topping:

2 T olive oil

2 medium onions, peeled and thinly sliced into half rings

salt to taste

To prepare Frittata:

Preheat oven to 350°F.

Combine eggs, half and half, goat cheese, smoked salmon, asparagus, scallions, chopped dill, and pepper in large bowl. Using a fork, beat egg mixture until creamy and yolks have been incorporated.

Spray a large omelette pan or skillet with cooking spray. Carefully pour in egg mixture. It will come nearly to the top.

Place a baking sheet on oven rack in case of spills and place omelette pan on top of sheet.

Bake for 1 hour or until frittata is puffed and cooked through. Let rest for 5-10 minutes if serving immediately. Using sharp knife, cut into 6 to 8 pieces. Recipe can be doubled if you use two skillets.

To prepare Caramelized Onions:

While frittata is baking, heat olive oil in medium skillet over medium-high heat. Sauté onions for five minutes, stirring. Sprinkle with salt. Turn heat down to low and cook, stirring occasionally, for 30 minutes to an hour, depending on how deeply browned you prefer the onions. They shouldn’t be crispy; the texture you’re aiming for is soft and slightly sticky from the sugars being released.

Top individual servings of smoked salmon and asparagus frittata with caramelized onions.

Award-winning author Emily Kemme writes about life, recipes and the search for humor. Follow her on her blog, Feeding the Famished or on Twitter @EmFeedsYou . Life inspired. Vodka tempered.

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