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cookware, bakeware, flatware and cooking utensils

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kendra

Jefferson City, MO

#1 Apr 3, 2010
i am throwing all of mine out..........give me suggestions on each of the listed above......i want good ones that will stay with me for a long time........Paula Deen??? they say her cookware cracks........give me some suggestions, please
kendra

Jefferson City, MO

#2 Apr 3, 2010
even suggestions of glasses and plates and etc........i am actually gonna throw em out...i am gonna get all brand new.......
kendra

Jefferson City, MO

#3 Apr 3, 2010
ohhhhhhhhhhhhh, anyone........let me know...lookin on ebay now..........time is runnin out.........and can't stay up much longer...migraine city tonight..........ooooooooooooo o and yes.....had wonderful day..........i went thru all the trails on "The Glade Top Trail"..........it was wonderful.........at one point you can see the St. Francios/Francis and Boston Mountains miles and miles in Ark..........near Russellville..........everyone should go on that trail..........i have went thru it many times, but just stayed on one trail at a time......everyone should go there.........just watch signs or you would get lost for a while...but not lost for long, coz if you keep on driving.......you will end up somewhere lol..........just wanted to share that with ya
kendra

Jefferson City, MO

#4 Apr 3, 2010
can't stay up any longer......eyelids are slowly closing........good night and help me out with all this cookin stuff..........
superfly

United States

#5 Apr 4, 2010
buy american,,kendra. baby
superfly

United States

#6 Apr 4, 2010
•Allegheny Treenware (Thornton, WV): wooden spoons, utensils, and kitchenware handmade from West Virginia hardwoods
•Ann Clark, Ltd (VT) copper and tin cookie cutters at Yankee Harvest
•Bromwell Housewares (Michigan City, IN): manufacturing an amazing collection of flour sifters, collanders, popcorn makers, chestnut roasters, and LOTS more, since 1819!
•Brooklyn Bagel Slicer (Rochester, NY): safe, quick way to slice bagels and rolls. Proudly made in New York.
•Camillus Cutlery (Camillus, NY): quality kitchen knives and steak knives of high-carbon stainless steel, with handles of American Rosewood [Update: Camillus Cutlery closed in February 2007.]
•Cookie Cutter Collectibles (Dover, AR): copper cookie cutters in over 400 shapes!
•Crooked Brook (Utica, NY): men's and women's chef coats, server jackets, vests, and aprons made in USA.(Fleece products imported.)
•CUTCO (Olean, NY): manufacturer of kitchen cutlery, tables knives, and flatware. CUTCO products can only be purchased from independent sales representatives.
•DMT (Marlborough, MA): Diamond Machining Technology makes diamond sharpeners for kitchen, garden, and workshop tools. Diamond crystals bonded to a metal plate, will not break or chip. Available from My All-American Store
superfly

United States

#7 Apr 4, 2010
•Epicurean Cutting Surfaces (Duluth, MN): cutting boards, trivets, and pizza peels made from layers of paper bonded together with a food-safe resin. Products are lightweight, will not dull knives, and dishwasher safe. Interesting options, including boards that fit together to create larger work surfaces, and a really well thought-out BBQ Salver with cups for sauces and a tray for BBQ tools. All made in USA, available from Cooking.com
•Gel Pro mats : gel-filled floor mats to ease the discomfort of standing on hard kitchen floors, made in Austin, TX by Lets Gel
•Grill Time, LLC (Salem, OR): Super Skewer BBQ skewers, stainless steel in flat blade or double-tine styles, with wood handles. Great for meat, fish and veggie kabobs. Small, reusable metal fruit picks also available.
•Handcrafted Wooden Spoons (Libby, MT): wooden cooking and serving utensils of birch, cherry, walnut, and oak
•J.K. Adams Co.(Dorset, VT): beautiful and functional wooden products for the kitchen, including spice racks, wine racks, cutting boards and servers, rolling pins, and kitchen furniture
•Jug Funnel (Salt Lake City, UT): made by Practical Polymers, this threaded funnel attaches to containers to allow safe pouring of liquids during food preparation or storing.
•Kwik-Kut Mfg.(Mohawk, NY): stainless steel choppers, eggrings, and koffee kooler (other products imported)
•Lamson & Goodnow (Shelburne Falls, MA): American-made LamsonSharp cutlery and kitchen tools since 1837
•Lehman's (Kidron, OH): stainless steel bowls, flour sifter, whisk, cooking fork, icecream scoop, can opener, spatulas ( keyword "USA made" ). Also a fun place to visit if you are ever in Ohio.
•Norton Stones : sharpening stones for kitchen and professional cutlery, made in Littleton, NH and Hot Springs, AK
•Ontario Knife Co.(Franklinville, NY): Old Hickory Kitchen Cutlery with wooden handles and brass rivets, as well as a full line of sporting/outdoor knives and other "edged" tools. Available from Knife Center.com
•Rada Cutlery (Waverly, IA): a great selection of cooking knives and utensils by Rada Mfg. Co.
•Sur La Table : retailer of fine kitchenware, including kitchen cutlery, graters, salt/pepper mills, glass storage jars, and Pyrex measuring cups (search for "USA")
•Spice Stack: holds up to 27 spice bottles on 3 drop-down drawers. The unit is made from high impact plastic, and sized to fit in kitchen cabinets.
•Vermont Rolling Pins (South Burlington, VT): many styles of rolling pins, hand-turned from cherry, maple and walnut hardwoods. A perfect housewarming or wedding gift.
•Vic Firth Gourmet (Newport, ME): beautiful salt and pepper mills, shakers, and rolling pins of rock maple, handmade in Maine. Also available from My All-American Store
•Walnut Bowl Factory Store (Lebanon, MO) has closed. Used to be a wonderful site for rock maple cutting boards, walnut lazy susans, salt/pepper mills, and walnut and oak bowls of all sizes, made in the Ozarks
•Warther Museum and Knife Factory (Dover, OH): hand-made kitchen knives and knife sets, made from high carbon tool steel with birch wood handles
•Zeroll (Ft. Pierce, FL): Original and Zerolon ice cream scoops and spades are made in USA (EZ Disher is made in UK). Available from the Zeroll Store
superfly

United States

#8 Apr 4, 2010
Cookware and Bakeware [Back to Top]

•Burger Buddy: removes excess fat from hamburgers and other boneless, cooked meats for fresher taste and healthier meals. Made in USA by K&B Molded Products (Brookville, OH). Available from My All-American Store.
•Cooking.com : great source for KitchenAid Artisan mixers, All-Clad cookware, Lodge cast-iron cookware, Nordicware bakeware, and VitaMix mixers
•Instawares Restaurant Supplies & Equipment (keyword "USA made"): great source for aluminum and stainless steel cookware and utensils by Edlund (Burlington, VT), Vollrath (Sheboygan, WI), PolarWare (Sheboygan, WI) and others.
•Lincoln Foodservice Products (Fort Wayne, IN): makers of aluminum cookware brands Wear-Ever and REDCO , available from Instawares Restaurant Supplies & Equipment
•Lloyd Industries (Spokane, WA): manufacturer of commercial pizza pans, bakeware, and professional cookware also sells direct to the consumer under the ManPans brand. Teflon-free nonstick cookware, factory-direct prices for chef-quality pans (sauce, saute and fry pans, plus stovetop woks), made at their factory in Spokane.
•All-Clad Cookware (Canonsburg,PA): stainless, copper core, Ltd, Mc2 and copper chef cookware are manufactured in Pennsylvania.(Lids, tools, and electric appliances are imported.) Available at Sur La Table
•Calphalon One (Toledo, OH): anodized cookware made in US (copper line and others are imported, so check origin) at Housewares at Macy's Crate and Barrel ( keyword "cookware USA" )
superfly

United States

#9 Apr 4, 2010
•Ameriware Professional non-stick cookware, manufactured by Vollrath Co.(Sheboygan, WI), available at Cook's Warehouse
•Doughmakers (Terre Haute, IN): heavy-gauge aluminum bakeware (lids and muffin pans made in China)
•Emerson Creek Pottery (Bedford, VA): handmade and hand-painted pottery for baking, serving, and dining. Beautiful patterns and an unusually broad range of products, including tea sets, honey pots, vases, flower pots and other home decor.
•Granite Ware by Columbian Home Products (Terre Haute, IN): porcelain on steel bakeware, roasters, and canners
•Hartstone Pottery Bake Stones (Zanesville, OH): non-stick baking stones for the best pizza crust! Also great for muffins and other baking.
•Lodge Cast Iron (S. Pittsburgh, TN): LodgeLogic and Pro-Logic black cast iron cookware, including skillets, griddles, Dutch ovens, biscuit, muffin and cornstick pans (Lodge Enamel line imported)
•NordicWare (Minneapolis, MN): cookware, bakeware, and BBQ products
•PYREX (Charleroi, PA): all PYREX glassware is still made in USA, including the new Grip-Rite line with silicone strip to keep the glass from sliding on countertops. Heat-resistant glass that goes from oven or microwave to table to dishwasher.(Plastic covers and metal bakeware imported.) Available from My All-American Store
•Regal Ware (Kewaskum, WI): manufacturer of stainless steel cookware, including American Kitchen, Marcus Stainless, Lifetime waterless cookware (available only from distributors), and Kitchen Fair cast aluminum cookware (sold via home parties)
•Chef's Catalog : great source for All-Clad, Bakestone, Doughmakers, Lodge, NordicWare (keyword "USA")
•Lehman's : Granite Ware pots and pans, stockpots, and pie pans
•Sur La Table : nice selection of culinary items, including utensils, bowls, Lodge and Nordicware, wooden cutting tables (keyword "made USA")
•Western Stoneware (Monmouth, IL): stoneware for baking and serving, including traditional Boston Baked Bean pots
superfly

United States

#10 Apr 4, 2010
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•CoolTote (Reno, NV): CoolTote insulated lunch sacks, wine bags, and travel coolers in lots of wonderful fabric designs (site contains a few imported items that are not the CoolTote brand)
•Goodbyn (Seattle, WA): fun and colorful kids' lunchbox, with compartments to keep foods from touching (!!) and stickers to decorate the outside. "Conceived in Chicago and Seattle" and manufactured by Cascade Engineering (Grand Rapids, MI)
•Mimi the Sardine (San Rafael, CA): reusable lunch bags (called "lunch bugs") made from colorful acrylic-coated organic fabrics. Plus placemats, aprons, and more. Made in USA from imported (Sweden/Europe) fabrics.
superfly

United States

#11 Apr 4, 2010
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•Bottle Neckless : a beautiful way to stop drips from wine, oil, or vinegar bottles--jewelry for your bottles, made in Rhode Island
•Bujno Pottery (Lancaster County, PA): hand-decorated pottery crocks, plates, clocks, and more. Beautiful things, and many can be personalized.
•Hampshire Pewter (Wolfeboro, NH): pewter serving and tableware, cups and goblets, plus candlesticks, lamps, and a great selection of charms
•Hartstone Pottery (Zanesville, OH): high quality, hand-painted stoneware for oven and table.(Hartstone Pottery is Back!)
•Henn Workshops (Warren, OH): handmade pottery, baskets, wrought iron and candles.(a very few items are "globally sourced")
•Holland Bowl Mill (Holland, MI): wooden bowls, salad bowls, and cutting boards
•Nambe (Santa Fe, NM): serveware of glass sand-cast non-tarnish metal
•Salisbury Pewter (Salisbury, MD): pewter and silver wares, cast or formed on a spinning lathe. Everything from baby rattles and cups, to bowls and trays, picture frames, and trophies. Handcrafted at two facilities on Maryland's Eastern Shore.
superfly

United States

#12 Apr 4, 2010
•Vermont Bowl Company (Wilmington, VT): salad bowls, cutting boards and more, made in Vermont from American black walnut, yellow birch, cherry and other beautiful woods.
•Walnut Bowl Factory Store (Lebanon, MO): makers of walnut and oak salad bowls, serving bowls, and nut bowls, has closed.
•Wilton Armetale (Lancaster Co., PA): metal serveware in silver or pewter finish made using a foundry sand mold process. Available from Macy's
•Woodbury Pewter (Woodbury, CT): wonderful pewter serving dishes, soup tureens, coffee/tea sets and lots more
•Woodbury's of Vermont (Burlington, VT): a wide variety of wooden bowls, trays, and serving pieces, handcrafted from yellow birch and black walnut. Traditional wood pieces, plus beautiful painted wood with tile inlay.
superfly

United States

#13 Apr 4, 2010
•Regal Ware (Kewaskum, WI): manufacturer of stainless steel cookware, including American Kitchen, Marcus Stainless, Lifetime waterless cookware (available only from distributors), and Kitchen Fair cast aluminum cookware (sold via home parties)
..........buy american,,,,,the econamy is starting to move,,,,,,,,,,united we stand ..........throw out your forien goods..........kendra rocks.
SuZ

Springfield, MO

#14 Apr 4, 2010
kendra

Bonnots Mill, MO

#15 Apr 4, 2010
wow, superfly...u really know how to put the info out.....thanks.......and thanks, suz, but you know, dial up...i never click on the links.........how was everyone's Easter? i am worn out........kids, kids, kids, kids, and more kids..........gonna check out the ebay thread and see what bones has to say lol..........
kendra

Bonnots Mill, MO

#16 Apr 4, 2010
hey......i looked at the farberware.......prices are not bad and free shipping.........
SuZ

Springfield, MO

#17 Apr 4, 2010
Lifetime warranty came with the majority of what I have bought in the past.
kendra

Union, MO

#18 Apr 4, 2010
hey...not bad........ebay....look here...FARBERWARE MILLENIUM 12 PC.COOKWARE STAINLESS STEEL SET ......right now, $20.01..........but two more days left....i think i looked at the millenium on the site and it was $200.00...now, i might be wrong, that is just off my head thinking.....
SuZ

Springfield, MO

#19 Apr 4, 2010
Yeah I looked at the Pradas - realized none of them were in fact Prada. Shouldnt that be illegal?
SuZ

Springfield, MO

#20 Apr 4, 2010
Ok like one I'm looking at right now - say new light pink prada. Problem the only light pink put out by prada this season is like a nylon messenger bag. Now there is a hot pink nylon or whatever material I would never consider owning but the leather this year with hot pink is shaped like a log - I kid you not w/orange two ends one color and the middle the other - it's horrid.
Hey I love the colors last year - for my swim wear. But on a log shapped purse - Dont think so.

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