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Killer Kitchenware Gifts and Gets

 

Killer Kitchenware Gifts and Gets

POSTED BY administrator on Nov 26 under Kitchenware

Killer Kitchenware Gifts and Gets
News from GroundReport:

By Merilee Kern, ‘The Luxe List’ Executive Editor

Copyright Sur La Table

This holiday season give yourself—or the wishful, burgeoning or accomplished master chef in your life—cool tools of the culinary trade. Not only can killer kitchenware products elevate their gourmet meal game, you may just reap the tasty rewards in kind. Consider this crop of tasty kitchen tchotchkes that’ll save time, hone culinary skills, promote safety and generally make cooking and cleanup more fun and efficient.

Sur La Table’s Pizzeria Pronto (<<b>www.SurLaTable.com) — $ 299.95
Whether cooking pizzeria-style pizzas on your back patio or whipping them while camping or tailgating, this portable pizza party from renowned culinary tool company, Sur La Table, will duly impress with flawless pizzas in as little as five minutes! This incredible outdoor oven includes many innovative features, including dual cordierite stones, a reflective heat shield, and a moisture vent that deliver mouth-watering pizzas every time. The Pizzeria Pronto portable pizza oven runs on propane, is easy to assemble and disassemble, and preheats in just ten minutes. No one goes hungry for too long with this great cooking device because, o…………… continues on GroundReport

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Related News:

Jacqueline Maley: Kitchenware worth $ 22000 goes missing from Parliament
News from The Canberra Times:

Politicians, we know from bitter experience, require careful supervision when in proximity to expenses claims, babies on campaign trails, and microphones generally.

But it was not until a Senate estimates hearing on Monday that Australians learnt the full grossness of the truth: we cannot even trust our parliamentarians with the nation’s silver.

The secretary of the Department of Parliamentary Services, whose job it is to run the big house on Capital Hill, was forced to admit that more than $ 22,000 worth of ministerial crockery and cutlery had gone missing and had to be replaced, courtesy of the public purse.

It was unclear whether the taxpayers’ tableware had been put in the care of a horde of toddlers, or a tribe of partying Greeks.

All we know is that it is gone, and DPS secretary Carol Mills had to beg the Department of Finance for a ”co-contribution” to fund the replacement.

It transpired that, according to protocol, all the ministerial crockery is replaced at the beginning of every new Parliament, at the eye-stinging cost of $ 80,000.

But while Tony Abbott has ordered into the prime ministerial suite a charming portrait of Her Maj The Queen, he is still eating off the plates of the Gillardian regime.

However, in the offices of other ministers, missing plates, utensils, cups and saucers have…………… continues on The Canberra Times

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