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For many home cooks, kitchen cutlery maxes out with a heavyweight Wüsthof cleaver or a polished Shun blade. If you’re really dedicated, you might even own a whetstone (knowing how to use one is a whole different animal). Enter Portland Knife House, the three-month-old knife shop and sharpening haven bringing Portland’s cutlery IQ up to par with city’s love of all things food and drink. Portland Knife House at 2637 SE Belmont Street is run by Eyton Zias, a former New York chef—with chops at spots like Craft and La Cote Basque—with “a bit of a knife fetish. ” Zias moved to Portland by way of Phoenix, where his first knife emporium quickly became the go-to destination for Arizona-based chefs. At the more curated, intimate Portland location, local chefs are already clamoring for the selection of 400-plus knives, with Earl Ninsom ( Langbaan ) and Top Chef star Doug Adams making regular appearances. There are plenty of mobile sharpeners around town, but almost all use a grinding stone, guaranteed to take a serious chunk out of your precious carbon steel. Zias sharpens almost exclusively on whetstones—finely textured ceramic bars that gently hone the perfect edge. Bonus: they offer next-day service. DIY cooks can sharpen their own skills at Zias’s monthly classes. Stock up on Japanese steel. Zias’s preferred style of knife is thin and light, which is why he stocks almost exclusively Japanese blades. The prices range from around $75 - $4,000, with everything from universal Western-style knives divided by blade material, to single-bevel sushi knives. Expect mostly lesser-known favorites like Takeda, Misono, and Tojiro. “You are paying for quality, not advertising,” explains Zias. Scope Out Hometown bladesmiths. PKH is the only place to find Oregon’s homegrown bladesmiths in one place. Bridgetown Forge, Murray Carter (one of America’s most coveted makers), Adam Sigal , and Oaks Bottom Forge are all accounted for, with custom knives made especially for Portland chefs. Fill Your Kitchen with Local everything. Beyond knives, PKH gets deep into the local maker scene. Stacks of dark walnut cutting boards from SE Portland's Deoria Made stack the windows, while custom-made aprons from bag-maker Chester Wallace ($95) and Project Runway star Michelle Lesniak ($145) hang nearby. Source: www.portlandmonthlymag.com
Mary Clark was ahead of her time when she opened Habitat in downtown Lincoln in August of 1975. “She was always going to the shows and looking for the trends,” remembers son John, who started kindergarten that same year. He and his wife, Jana, are striving to do the same with the contemporary kitchen and home décor business, which is now located at 70th and Pioneers Boulevard. At a recent housewares show in Chicago, they heard the phrase “kitchen jewelry” and realized they are on the right track. The concept includes offering kitchen items that have home décor appeal as well. “We’re already doing that,” shared Jana, highlighting their Savora line of colanders, cocktail shakers, ice cream scoops and rotary graters, and Beatriz Ball polished aluminum serving pieces. “You have to follow the trends, take risks, try new things,” John said. “People get bored with the same old, same old. As Mary’s health declined and she sought retirement, John took a more active role in the business. He moved back to Lincoln in 2005 to help. He and Jana – both Lincoln Southeast High School graduates – were married in 2006, the same year John began managing the store. By 2012, the couple were doing all of the buying. With John’s economics background and Jana’s retail and merchandising experience as director of retail for BryanLGH Medical Center’s gift shops, they created a special recipe for success. John also brought his experience working at Habitat a couple of summers during college and watching his mom operate from her “home office. He has a few memories of hanging out at the store as a youngster as well. One of his earliest is of his dad wheeling him back inside on a dolly after loading furniture for a customer. Another is of climbing to the top shelf in the back room of the Centrum Building store to peer at customers. Now John is front-and-center, splitting the buying duties with Jana to stock a store that reflects a convergence of decorative and functional home and gift items. Jana is the gift expert and John the kitchen items expert (due to his passion for cooking). Their kitchen inventory includes Wusthof cutlery, a line of forged steel knives, Vitamix blenders and high-end cookware, such as Swiss Diamond cast aluminum pans, and Le Crueset, cast-iron cookware with an enamel finish that is versatile for... On the gift side, Habitat carries Hen House no-iron cloth table. Source: journalstar.com
Woodland’s newest kitchen goods boutique is more than just a place to get an Emile Henry tagine. it’s also a small business success story right out of the gate. On the heels of its soft opening in April, Well-Stocked, located at 412 First St. , is quickly becoming the go-to place for the inspired chef, gift giver, intrigued and seasoned shoppers. “There was just such a positive reaction,” explained Lacey Mares on opening in conjunction with downtown’s Swirl & Slice. “More than anything, people are being supportive by shopping local. I already have repeat customers who come in every week to see what’s new. It’s such an amazing feeling. After seeing the vacant storefront a few months ago, she connected with building owner Ron Caceres to tour the space. “I instantly saw ‘this,’” she said, stretching her arms out, palms up, indicating her vision. “I came in and it just made sense. Well-Stocked’s concept is not limited to the professional home chef. rather, it’s merchandised is planned in such a way to encourage “every stage of cooking. Kids will be happy to get involved in food preparation with giraffe-handle whisks and spatulas, or the cookie cutter set with different animal shapes that comes with a reusable map to put the creations on native habitats. For the college student, senior, or cooking-for one scenario, the Spanish “Leuke” microwavable line is a hit. “It’s all about one-pot cooking so college students can prepare a whole cooked chicken in 20 minutes, or artichokes in 10 minutes,” Mares explained. “It’s a great way of being able to cook without needing a cooktop or dishwasher. Plus, it’s great to have dinner with leftovers for the next day. Leuke is made with platinum silicone, so eaters needn’t worry about BPA. It’s microwave, oven and dish safe, plus there are different steam case options depending on the preparer, from bacon to “micro”-baked goods. The person who wants to be “a little more adventurous on their cooking adventure,” may fancy the Nordic Ware Dutch oven, made of cast aluminum at a fraction of the weight and cost. The product features nonstick interiors, moisture knobs for even caramelization and a ring for ice cubes so that the heat draws upward, making meat and vegetables especially tender. “Plus, it has a Viking on it which is so super cool,” said Mares. Well-Stocked carries an abundance of other. Source: www.dailydemocrat.com
Adam Fischer, vice president of Internet sales at Wüsthof-Trident of America Inc., says he was unhappy to learn that Jet discounted some of its products because that can cheapen customer perceptions of Wüsthof's high-end cutlery and undercut authorized
Wüsthof has redesigned its U.S. website, www.wusthof.com, to engage consumers with the brand and to motivate first-time knife shoppers to choose Wüsthof. The update has a modern design, appealing images, intuitive navigation and dynamic, media-rich
For many home cooks, kitchen cutlery maxes out with a heavyweight Wüsthof cleaver or a polished Shun blade. If you're really dedicated, you might even own a whetstone (knowing how to use one is a whole different animal). Enter Portland Knife House, the
Their kitchen inventory includes Wusthof cutlery, a line of forged steel knives, Vitamix blenders and high-end cookware, such as Swiss Diamond cast aluminum pans, and Le Crueset, cast-iron cookware with an enamel finish that is versatile for stovetop
Well-Stocked carries an abundance of other specialty items, from copper collections for jam making to Wusthof cutlery, and everything in between. Advertisement. “There's a little bit of everything for everyone at different price points,” Mares said
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