Inspiring A Little Newsroom Fun!
Here are some of the publications across the country where our company and products have been featured.
All in the Family: Second generation leads Kitchen Kapers' 10 stores. "It was the start," says Bob of Kitchen Kapers, a 10-store kitchenware chain with two stores in New Jersey, one in Delaware and seven in Pennsylvania. In 1975, Bob's parents, Harold and Pearl, opened the first Kitchen Kapers in Voorhees, N.J. Harold died in 1997, but Pearl is still involved in the business. Today Kitchen Kapers is helmed by Harold and Pearl's three sons: Bob, Rick and Ron. http://www.gourmetretailer.com.
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Best of: Kitchen Kapers is the Winner of the 2014 Best of Main Line Media News Readers' Choice Awards for Best Kitchen Accessories. Congratulations! mainlinemedianews.com.

Worth the squeeze?: "Masticating, triturating, centrifugal extraction, cold-press and pulp ejection: the lexicon of juicing abounds in blogs, on television and on book and magazine covers. But what does all this juice-speak mean, exactly? Does fresh juice consumption herald a lasting change in the American diet, or is juicing simply a fad that will fade?" Read more about juicing from this article found in Bucks County Courier Times and Burlington County Times.

12 Cup Silicone Muffin Pan: "'Why have a tool that only serves one purpose? Nothing makes a better egg than my muffin tins - many at a time and easy to clean.' - Jeff via Facebook.
From our kitchen: A silicon muffin pan is particularly versatile - no more sticking issues."

As featured in Allrecipes Magazine.

Gastrolux: "'At Kitchen Kapers, we are always seeking to bring our customers the best in innovative kitchenware. After nearly six months of careful product evaluation, we're excited to announce that we now carry Gastrolux Biotan Nonstick Cookware. The products are carefully crafted in Denmark and this cutting edge cookware features a durable nonstick surface that stands up to heavy use unlike any other nonstick on the market. Plus its thick 8mm thermophore base gives you a precise and even heat for a superior cooking experience,' said Bob Kratchman, president of Kitchen Kapers.

"'It's been a pleasure to work with Kitchen Kapers during their due diligence and we're pleased they have given our products their thumbs up. With their long history of success based on quality products, depth of product knowledge, and customer service - we know our unique cookware line is in very good hands and that this will become a very strong partnership for all of us,' said Gastrolux Cookware's Johan Jensen."

As featured on The Gourmet Retailer.

Evo Oil Sprayer: "K of P company solves an oily problem for cooks: Over the years, there have been many evolutions of nozzles - some that just spray, some that spray or stream, some that convert substances into foam. But one product has proved perplexing from a dispensing standpoint: food oil.

'Trigger sprayers really don't produce enough pressure to break up the oils and make a spray out of them,' (Marc) Zuckerman said.

His company has changed that.

In conjunction with the Netherlands company Afa Dispensing Group, another veteran in the trigger-sprayer business, Delta has developed what it says is the first trigger sprayer that can atomize oils. It's called EVO, a name Zuckerman explained this way: 'It's the middle of revolutionary.'

Olive, canola, peanut and vegetable oils, and most liquid butters, can be dispensed by the trigger sprayer. The oils are typically used to grease grills, skillets, and other kitchen utensils...

Delta turned to Michael Graves Design in Princeton for options. It settled on a clear, 18-ounce hemispherical plastic bottle with a red, ergonomically correct trigger and an adjustable nozzle that emits a fan-shaped spray in either a horizontal or vertical pattern. It comes with three reversible, colored bands to identify the types of liquid inside the bottle, and a screw-on funnel for easy refill....

Finalized last month, the retail version of EVO is expected on store shelves for the first time this week - in the 13 Kitchen Kapers stores in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Delaware, and on www.kitchenkapers.com.

As featured in The Philadelphia Inquirer.

Bug Pops: "On hot and humid days, a Popsicle serves as the perfect portable cooling station. Parents lure their kids outside to play, saying, 'You’ll be cool enough with one of these,' with maybe a muttered aside, 'And out of my hair and away from the TV and computer for a while.' Keep in mind that if you make your own, you’ll control the ingredients, plus you and your kids can have fun playing with some of the colorful ice pop molds on the market. Check out the Bug Pops on Kitchen Kapers’ website (www.kitchenkapers.com — they have a store on Hulfish Street)..." As featured in The Princeton Packet.

Twin Pops: "These retro-style Twin Pops make two pops in each mold - not that you need to share." As featured in Food Network Magazine.



American cooking: A melting pot of foreign flavors: "If the American melting pot was an actual piece of cookware, it would be filled with Mexican tacos, Chinese eggrolls, Danish pastries, Japanese sushi and, of course, Italian pasta and pizza... Kitchen Kapers in Moorestown’s East Gate Square hosts Italian and Asian cooking classes for children and adults. “The kids have a great time. Adults, they just love it. Couples can do it together,” said Kyle, store manager. Kyle said a new line of quesadilla makers to use on barbecue grills are popular. The store also sells a lot of pizza stones. They can be used in both regular ovens and on barbecue grills. The Big Green Egg, a high-heat grill, is perfect for making pizza, he said. “It heats up so hot. You can heat it to 750 degrees and get a good crust,” he said.

Sales associate Sue said French-made LeCreuset porcelain-lined iron cookware is great for stews and roasts, since it keeps the meat moist during the cooking process and the food doesn’t get stuck to the pot as easily as with other cookware. She uses it to make sauerbraten, a German beef dish, as well as chicken breasts cooked Basque-style with ham. The store recently started carrying a line of German clayware casserole dishes that have glazed linings for easier cleanup.

Having a Hawaiian luau this summer? Kitchen Kapers offers coffee with coconut shavings. When the coffee is ground the shavings release their tropical flavor. During the Christmas holidays, the store sells snickerdoodle cookie recipes that originated with the Pennsylvania Dutch. Some customers also buy a pound of snickerdoodle-flavored coffee to serve with the cookies at holiday parties or to give as a gift with the cookies. The store is especially busy right before any holiday for which people like to cook, said Kitchen Kapers assistant manager Kim..." As featured on phillyBurbs.com.

Hog Wild Twirling Spaghetti Fork : "Absurd kitchen gadgets: Take the effort out of getting spaghetti onto your fork with this battery-operated motorized, metal pronged fork, which winds your pasta so you don't have to." As featured at http://shopping.yahoo.com/news/absurd-kitchen-gadgets.html.

Stiletto Spoon Rest: "Stylish Servings: Your closet may be color-coordinated, and your living room may be bright and cheery, but what about your kitchen counter? Add a touch of personality with...a chic Stiletto Spoon Rest and you have the recipe for fun, stylish space." As featured on Today. This item is no longer available.

Melamine dishes: Plastic and preferred: "At Kitchen Kapers in Ardmore, one trendy tabletop product occupies most of the front window display...It’s Le Cadeaux, and customers can’t get enough of it... Said Michael Yurkovich of Ardmore’s Kitchen Kapers, 'We can’t keep the trays in...' Le Cadeaux, many of its designs reminiscent of French Provincial pottery, with the near-thickness and feel of that stoneware, is made from ... plastic." Read more. As featured in The Inquirer.

The Greens: Sud Green Dish Brush - "Rockin' Scrubber: This goatee-wearing guy washes dishes with his red and white mohawk bristles." As featured in EveryDay with Rachael Ray, "Every Day Fun Faves Etc...".

Aerolatte with Stainless Steel Stand - "In a Lather: This steam-free stainless steel frother gets espresso, cappuccino, and milk shakes foamy in 20 seconds flat. What a great socking stuffer." As featured in the O, The Oprah Magazine.

Deni Gravy Boat Warmer - Thanksgiving 2011: Kitchen gadgets to simplify the Turkey Day feast: "Every year, exciting new products are released just in time to help with Thanksgiving meal prep and serving...How about the $20 Deni electric gravy boat...from Kitchen Kapers? It keeps gravy (or syrup) warm with a small heating element embedded in its stand." As featured in the Star Ledger and on nj.com.

Chicago Metallic Lasagna Trio Pan - Multiple Choice - "Cooking for picky eaters? Relax. The channels on this pan make customizing lasagna - no meat, extra veggies soy cheese - effortless. Each row is the exact size of a standard lasagna noodle, so no retrofitting is required." As featured in the The Philadelphia Inquirer, "Market Basket".

Also featured and available at KitchenKapers.com are the Fred & Friends ChimpSticks. "Get a grip - Make heading back to school a little more fun for the smallest maki lovers in your life. These ChimpSticks make fumbling with unruly chopsticks so last year, and the tiny paws help secure even the most slippery sashimi."

Charcoal Companion PizzaQue Rectangular Baking Stone - "Because previous pizza/ grill attempts just burned the Domino's box, there's this stone; just pop it on a charcoal grill, throw the cover on top, and you'll end up with pies boasting a perfect crunch, unless you're one of those crazies who prefers Kit-Kats on their pizza. You can also cook breads and pastries on this thing, but you can't do it without ordering the stone at KitchenKapers.com." As featured on Thrillist.com. (Note: This item is no longer available, click to see our current assortment of Pizza Grilling Items).

Elizabeth Karmel's Grill Friends Silicone Brush - "Silicone basting brushes solve so many problems - traditional brushes shed, melt and are troublesome to keep clean. Add a comfortably angled handle, and basting is easier than ever. Sadly, the ergonomic handle on this one likes to topple out of the sauce bowl, and is just not quite long enough for a hot grill. Great idea, imperfect design." As featured in the Chicago Tribune.



AnimalHouse Gadgets and The Greens Gadgets - Designs that marry function and whimsy: "The idea of a punk rock dish brush with a mohawk for bristles is preposterous enough. But then you find out this soldier for sanitary anarchy has a name, Sud Green, as well as a story. According to his 'bio,' this member of The Greens product line enjoys thinking about reducing the carbon footprint of his slam-dancing boots when he's not scrubbing pots and pans. Welcome to the mind of Christopher Raia." -- Read more about this Brandywine Hundred (Delaware) native in the Delaware News Journal.

Shun Ken Onion 8" Chef's Knife: "Knife designers worship Ken Onion. (Yes, that's his real name. Yes, he knows it's funny: 'Chive' and 'Scallion' are the names of some of his designs.) He breaks the mold again with this unconventional design for Shun, a favorite in our test kitchen for its exceptional ergonomics. The exaggerated curve of the edge makes for a smoother rocking motion when chopping." -- As featured on FoxNews.com.

Universal Fry Pan Lid: "Many skillets - including our favorite stainless fry pans from All-Clad - come without lids, and shelling out for matching covers to each individual pan ($33.95 to $49.95 each) seems wasteful. Wondering if an inexpensive universal lid would do just as well - most models sport grooved rings ranging from 8 to 12 inches in diameter and claim to fit a variety of standard-size pans - we boiled water and prepared French omelets, rice pilaf, and braised vegetables (all of which require a tight-fitting lid) in our favorite All-Clad 8-, 10-, and 12-inch skillets and 4-quart saucepan, covering each vessel with four different universal lids and its All-Clad counterpart. Unfortunately, none of the lids was a one-size-fits-all solution - their roughly 12-inch diameters loosely covered the 8-inch skillet and saucepan - though most fit snugly on larger skillets. Our favorite, the Progressive Stainless-Steel Universal Fry Pan Lid..., featured an adjustable vent that prevented steam pressure from building up, helping it stay put on both the 10- and 12-inch skillets. In fact, it even kept more liquid from evaporating than the All-Clad lids themselves - and at a fraction of the price." -- As featured in the "Equipment Corner" in Cook's Illustrated, January and February 2011.

Pizza Saver Bags: With Americans eating an estimate of over 30,000,000 slices of pizza a day, it's a wonder that, when it comes to storing the leftovers, we're still struggling with cardboard boxes too big for the fridge and ill-fitting aluminum foil. That's why Mama Fresco developed pizza saver bags. These triangular shaped bags are easy to open and close and perfect for protecting individual slices and keeping them fresh. As featured on Today.

The Greens: "How Green Was My Kitchen - If this recycled plastic and wood family of kitchen tools could adopt Ed Begley Jr., they'd be the most eco-friendly clan on Earth." As featured on "The O List" in O The Oprah Magazine.

Kitchen Kapers endures for another busy Christmas: With Christmas just days away, the packing room at Kitchen Kapers' Cherry Hill warehouse was loaded last week with wares workers wrapped for online holiday orders: Cuisinart hand mixers; oil decanters; ice cream scoops; All-Clad saucepans with lids.

In a nook a few feet away, a family of brothers and sons named Kratchman dug into cardboard boxes of newly arrived merchandise. Steeled against an icy draft with coats and jeans, they removed Shantoku knives, one by one, and priced them.

This housewares company has been through a lot of Christmases in 35 years, since it began as a single store opened by the father, now deceased, whom the Kratchman brothers recall fondly with tears. Read More.

Nielsen Massey Peppermint Extract: "Flavor helpers - Whether you're looking to perk up your coffee or enhance your next cake recipe, Nielsen Massey has pure extracts that are up to the task. Try one of their many flavors, such as almond, chocolate and peppermint." As featured in the Chicago Tribune.

CDN Combination Probe Thermometer, Timer & Clock: "Time and temperature - The USDA recommends using a food thermometer, so make sure yours is working now, before Thanksgiving. CDN is just out with a probe that combines the functions of a thermometer, timer, and clock. It registers up to 392 degrees (correction), so it can be used for roasts and other meats as well as candy-making or deep-frying. Works in the oven or on the barbecue. Battery operated - and the battery is included." As featured in The Philadelphia Inquirer, "Market Basket".

5 Gifts for Top Chefs and Microwave Mavens - Kitchen Kapers's Gourmet Delights: You’ll find something for every diner on your list at Kitchen Kapers, a welcoming spot packed with all things culinary.
  • Babushkups Nesting Glasses: The minuscule kitchen your Brooklyn-dwelling BFF shares with two roommates doesn’t leave her much storage space. However, adorable cups won’t crowd the cupboards.
  • CDN Digital Tea Thermometer and Timer: Grandma’s stories told over intimate mugs of Earl Grey are priceless. The handy gadget ensures cups aren’t scalding or too tepid and easily controls the strength of each brew.
  • Baker’s Edge Brownie Pan: Mom never burns a cookie, and her pies deserve a prize. But it’s her legendary blondies (with the crunchy corner pieces) that always cause a scuffle. The pan’s clever mazelike dividers help create confections with more of that crispy texture the whole family loves.
  • Tortilla Press: If the endless stream of delivery boys has her neighbors wondering, surprise your takeout-happy cousin with the easy-to-use appliance. She’ll soon be turning out burritos and soft tacos faster than she can speed-dial the Mexican joint down the block.
  • SodaStream Penguin Starter Kit: Though she’s no longer head cheerleader, your bubbly sister’s personality still lifts everyone’s spirits. With the deluxe seltzer maker, she can mix drinks that are every bit as effervescent as she is. (This item is not currently available, the SodaStream Pure Black & Silver Starter Kit is a comparable unit.)
As featured on Daily Candy, Philadelphia Edition.

2 Carat Cup: "Add bling to your morning coffee break with the 2 Carat Cup, whose gold-glazed handle and sparkling Swarovski crystal look like a chunky diamond ring." As featured in the Philadelphia Inquirer.

Babushkups Nesting Glasses: "Native to Russia, nesting dolls are now popping up everywhere. You can find them in designs for cute kids' clothes, charming decor, and in other unexpected places. These 'babushkas' are mophing form matronly to modern - and it only took them 100 years!" As featured in Parents.

Charcoal Companion Golf Club Barbecue Tool Set: Grill, Baby, Grill. This barbecue tool set was featured in South Jersey Magazine's "Good Buy" section for "Everything you need to fire up your next barbecue." (This item is not available, please check out our current selection of Barbecue Tools.)

Tovolo Pancake Pen: "Your Sunday morning routine is pretty standard: Wake up, make the kids pancakes, read the paper. But there's something different about this weekend. You've got the Pancake Pen from Tovolo—and you're not afraid to use it.

"This easy-to-grip plastic squeeze bottle allows you to add ingredients, shake to mix and create custom pancake designs all with one container. It holds up to three cups, too, so you'll have plenty of batter to make all the shapes and sizes you need (or even fill cupcake liners or muffin cups). And because the silicone nozzle at the top of the Pancake Pen is heatproof up to 600°F., you can get super close to the griddle to make sure your design's perfect. Go wild this weekend."

As featured in Cooking Club of America's e-newsletter, Food Now!

Kiwi Ice Cream Keeper: "Taking your treat to go? This insulated melamine container and freezable gel-filled lid by Monique Epstein will keep your pint of Strawberry Swirl frozen for up to 90 minutes. Plus, it’s dishwasher-safe." As featured on RealSimple.com.

"One good tool - Want to take your frozen treats on the road? This Ice Cream Keeper designed by Monique Epstein is the perfect way to keep your ice cream nice and cold on those hot summer days. This foam-core insulated portable container features a gel lid that when frozen will help keep ice cream cold for up to an hour and a half, depending on the outside temperature. It's great for packing homemade ice cream or taking a cold salad to a party. The insulated melamine container fits standard pint-size ice cream containers and is dishwasher-safe, stain-resistant and food-safe. As featured on www.detnews.com.

BBQ Condiment Set: "Live your dream of owning three grills, even if they're miniature." As featured on Good Morning America and in Food Network Magazine.

"One good tool - Impress your backyard barbecue guests this summer and show off your three grills. This condiment set from Kitchen Kapers is shaped like three old-fashioned coal grills. Each hand-painted earthenware barbecue grill will hold 6 ounces of your favorite dips and condiments. The BBQ grills sit in a metal stand that measures 17" x 4". Includes 3 plastic spoons." As featured on www.detnews.com.


Hanging Baskets: Spring Cleaning..."30 things to spruce up your place and help you get organized." At number 19 is our Bronze Wire Hanging Baskets. As featured in the New York Daily News.


Onion Goggles: "For the cook, give the gadget that will lead to no more tears in 2009! Onion goggles may look silly, but you will never cry when cutting an onion again. The goggles have fog-free clear lenses and a foam seal that protects your eyes from irritating onion vapors." --As featured on Today.
"No More Tears: Tear-free we will be thanks to these onion goggles; no, they’re not attractive, but if they keep us from shedding a few tears while sautéing dinner, it just might be worth it. But judging by how these will look on your face, it might be in your best interest to get the onions chopped before your guests arrive." As featured on nbcchicago.com/blogs.


Friends Forever kitchen utensils each have a personality of their own. As featured on the Rachael Ray Show, "Giving the Gift of Food".
Friends Forever salad tongs help get kids excited to be in the kitchen. As featured on the Rachael Ray Show, "Great Hostess Gifts".


Jura Capresso Impressa J5: Enjoy the freshest, most aromatic Cappuccino, Latte, Espresso, Pressure Brewed Coffee...even Tea and Hot Chocolate, with the touch of a button...perfectly every time. As featured in the New York Times. (This item is not available, however we do have other Jura Automatic Coffee Centers available, including the Jura-Capresso Refurbished J5 Black and the Jura-Capresso Refurbished J5 White.)


Lekue Kitchen Grips: "These grips...come in bright colors like fuschia, tangerine and pistachio. They cover the hand up to the knuckles and their puppet-like design makes them easy to grab handles, oven racks and plates. A minor drawback: The wide opening makes them a bit bulky in a shallow drawer." As featured in the Wall Street Journal.


The digital Polder Food Scale includes an add 'n weigh feature. As featured in the Wall Street Journal, "Catalog Critic".


"Animal Appeal - Ergonomically designed household helpers, from a porcupine scrub brush to a parakeet garlic press." As featured in O at Home. To view the excerpt from O at Home in PDF form, please click here.
"Zoo Tools: Fraternity boys might like AnimalHouse's Monkey Peeler and Punk-U-Pine Scrubber, but so will kids." As featured in Food and Wine Magazine.
"Boston Warehouse's Animal House collection includes a toucan can opener, porcupine scrubber, woodpecker scissors and mouse cheese grater, among a menagerie of other clever tools."
By Kim Cook for The Associated Press.
As featured in:
Daily Local News, Chester County, PA
Greenville Daily Reflector, Greenville, NC
The Reporter, North Penn, PA
LehighValleyLive.com, Eastern PA
Clarksville Leaf Chronicle, Clarksville, TN
The Columbian, Clark County, Washington


Lamson & Goodnow Eggshell Poachers: "...the silicone egg poachers stay cool to the touch, are nonstick, and make fluffy poached eggs that are ideal for breakfast sandwiches." As featured in Redbook. (This item is discontinued, but we have many similar Egg Poachers and Silicone Poach Pods.)


Ants Tablecloth Weights: "Clip on Boston Warehouse's ant-shaped tablecloth weights...to avoid wind-caused calamities." As featured in Good Housekeeping magazine.


Jamie Oliver's Flavour Shakers: "The new tool from the across the pond, the Jamie Oliver Flavour Shaker, is designed to make dinner preparation easier (despite its slightly quirky spelling)." As featured in Cooking Club of America's e-newsletter, Food Now!


Oxo Julienne Peeler: "Oxo's julienne peeler makes sturdy (cheese) matchsticks that will hold their shape when tossed with other ingredients." As featured in Fine Cooking.


VacuVin Easy Slicer Pineapple Corer: "In one quick action, the VacuVin Easy Slicer Pineapple Corer cores and slices a pineapple, leaving the shell intact (so you can use it as a big pina colada cup)." As featured in Fine Cooking magazine, "Fresh Finds: Groovy Gadgets".


Zeroll Ice Cream Scoop: "Liquid in the handle reacts with your hand's heat to soften ice cream." As featured in Fine Cooking magazine, "A Utensil Drawer Makeover".


Cheese Shaker: In First for Women magazine, a flower stem was inserted through the perforated metal lid of a glass cheese shaker to make an unexpected accent at each placesetting.


Porcelain Egg Cups, as featured in First for Women magazine.


"Wine's little helper: There are few miracle gadgets in the food world that actually work, but Vinturi's clever wine aerator is a notable exception. Just pour the wine through the stylish lucite funnel, listen to the gurgle as tiny holes infuse the vino with a speed-breathing equivalent of an hour in a decanter, and sip. The results can be startlingly clear - especially in a more rustic bottle, where the rough edges seem to be polished down, the fruit aromas become more vivid, and the wines glides more softly over the palate. [A smaller version for white wines and Vinturi with acrylic stand and mesh strainer also available.]" As featured in The Philadelphia Inquirer, "Market Basket".


Chantal Teakettles. "An eclectic combination of metal, wood and stone brings old-world charm to the kitchen." As featured in Woman's Day special interest publications Kitchens & Baths


Small Fry Egghead Fry Pan: "This miniature fry pan is the perfect size for a single egg sandwich, muffin, or bagel."
--As featured in Better Homes and Gardens.


"Fortune Chopstix come with preprinted fortunes, but enterprising hosts also can unscrew the tops and insert personalized predictions of their own." As featured in the Chicago Tribune.
"Trust your intuition. The universe is guiding your life." This is just one of the many fortunes included within these Fortune Chopstix. As featured on HGTV's Decked for the Holidays.


Candle Carver: Turn most basic fruits and vegetables into candle holders with this simple gadget. As featured on HGTV's Decked for the Holidays.


Glass Spice Tube Set: "Zest Tube. Stylish spice racks aren't just an herbin' legend. This chic holder will have you feeling like Posh Spice even when you're channeling Paula Deen." As featured in BUST magazine, "A Spice Odyssey".


Top Chef Quickfire Challenge Game: "Chronicle is also releasing Top Chef Quickfire Challenge Game in November. The game’s trivia questions cover the first four seasons of the show, as well as food science, cooking techniques and ingredients. The 150 cards ask questions like, 'Which Season 1 contestant was a part-time model at the time of the show?' (Candice) and 'What are the two ingredients in a roux?' (butter and flour)." As featured on Publisher's Weekly.


Purty flatware, nifty flatware holder: "In other flatware product news, Kitchen Kapers (carries) this neat Bamboo Flatware Holder, which expands sideways to fill your drawer perfectly." As featured on Core77.com.


Julie & Julia & Kitchen Kapers: "I’m salivating with anticipation, eager to see Julie & Julia, the new movie about Julia Child, who inspired generations of home cooks, and Julie Powell, who blogged about cooking her way through the 500-plus recipes in Child’s iconic book Mastering the Art of French Cooking.

"But where to find the Emile Henry ceramic ovenware and Mauviel 1830 copper pots and pans to make the magic happen?

"You can whisk up these high-end French tools of the trade at South Jersey-bred Kitchen Kapers." Eileen Smith, blogs.courierpostonline.com.


PicnicTime Malibu Tote: "For summer day trips or romantic outings, consider investing in a stylish alternative to the traditional picnic basket. The PicnicTime Malibu Tote is an insulated shoulder pack that coumes with deluxe picnic service for two. That includes plates, utensils, tumblers, napkins, corkscrew, cutting board, and a cheese knife - all you need to do is stock it with some good eats. Also, an insulated, divided wine section can hold two bottles." As featured in Packet Magazine (pdf), Princeton, NJ.


Alessi Banana Brothers Salt & Pepper Set: "Stylish and fun, Alessi's Banana Bros. Salt and Pepper set made in Italy by Stefano Giovannoni features elegant hand decoration and thermoplastic resin. The vibrantly colored objects recall the grace of the 18th century's ceramic trinkets." As featured in the Denver Post


Cuisinart Spice & Nut Grinder: "A serious cook likes to grind her own spices for maximum flavor. The Cuisinart Spice and Nut Grinder...makes the job easier. It's the first we've found with a removable bowl/blade mechanism for fast, thorough clean up." As featured in the Philadelphia Daily News.


Sophie Conran Mugs: "Mugs in springlike colors by Sophie Conran of Portmeirion Ceramics." Available in white, biscuit, and celadon.

As featured in the Philadelphia's Inquirer Magazine.


Zak! Designs Confetti Kitchenware: "Zak Designs hopes to bowl over buyers with its colorful, durable and practical new offerings. The Confetti line includes a four-bowl set, a napkin holder, serving tray and salt and pepper shakers — all speckled with a rainbow of colors. The extra cool part about these bowls is that they're made of recycled melamine." As featured on InsideBayArea.com.


"As the economy drives folks back into the kitchen, more of us are rediscovering the ritual of baking breat at home - or attempting it for the first time. When cooking with just four basic ingredients - yeast, water, flour and salt - tools become more important. We've come up with a list of essential equipment for frustration-free home baking." Tools include deep mixing bowls, board scraper, heavy-duty electric mixer with dough hook, baking stone, silicone pastry brush, and bread knives. As featured on Star-Telegram.com, courtesy of the Chicago Tribune.


Chef's Choice Angle Select Knife Sharpener: "Versatility may not be the first feature that comes to mind when thinking of knife sharpeners, but with the increasing popularity of Asian-style knives, it now matters more than ever. The new Chef's Choice AngleSelect electric knife sharpener model 1520 handles both the 20-degree edge of European and American-style knives and the 15-degree edge of Asian-style knives, as well as both fine-edge and serrated blades." As featured in the Philadelphia Inquirer.


OXO Herb Mincer: "Chopping herbs is a pain in the neck. That's why my new herb mincer from OXO has come in so handy... It's ergonomically pleasing and fits my hand like a glove. And it does a fine job of mincing my basil, lavendar, mint and chives." As featured in the Chattanooga Times Free Press.


Divided Plates. "Keep the coleslaw out of the potato salad with these plastic plates." As featured in Figure magazine.


Furi's Rachael Ray Tadpole Knife Kit: "The knife also comes with a blade cover for storage and a protective glove. 'You wear it on the hand you are holding the fruit or vegetable with.' The glove is designed to work on the right or the left hand. As featured in the Star Ledger.


Sagaform Juicy Glasses: "These bold Juicy glasses...from Sagaform are a summer must-have." As featured in Coastal Living magazine.


Spaetzle Maker: "Use this Spaetzle Maker to create...Mini Gnocchi recipes. Just fill the basket with the batter and slide it back and forth, which will force the batter through the holes and into your pot." As featured in Italian Cooking & Living.


Brownie Edge Pan: "Extra internal walls give this cast aluminum pan 70 percent more edge (side) surface, at least two edges per standard 3-inch piece and 10 corners...to every pan." As featured in the Philadelphia Inquirer, "Market Basket".


Taylor Chocolate Spatula Thermometer: "The spatula and thermometer (combined) makes easy work of stirring and melting homemade chocolate treats and the tip guarantees all ingredients are blended correctly." As featured in The Star Ledger, "Savor". (This item is not available, here is a similar Taylor Candy Paddle Thermometer.)


Grandpa Witmer's Peanut Butter Mixer: "As the popularity of natural peanut butter has grown, so has the need for something to stir in the oil that collects on top. Enter Grandpa Witmer's Old Fashioned Peanut Butter Mixer. Consisting of a lid, liner and curved rod, it screws onto a standard-size peanut butter jar, and as you turn the handle, the oil is incorporated. When done, replace the jar's original lid." As featured in the Herald Tribune.


"Super Bowls: Made from recycled plastic, Zak! Designs Confetti Nested Bowls are a perfect fit for everything from salad to pasta. As featured in Shape magazine.


"The season of stocks, soups, sauces, and gravy officially begins this week, so the Endurance Skimmer by R.S.V.P. International will come in handy for removing fat (or foam or scum) from the surface of any of these." --The Boston Globe.


Cuisipro Stay-Cool Rolling Pin: "Roll, roll, roll your dough gently without seams. Merrily merrily merrily merrily, this pin's quite a dream."
--As featured in Better Homes and Gardens.
Cuisipro Stay Cool Rolling Pin: This "22-inch pin can be filled with cold water to add heft and reduce the pin's surface temperature, which prevents dough from sticking." As featured in Cooking Pleasures magazine.


"Split Personality: Finally, a gadget for the mathematically challenged. This Recipe Divider Magnet makes conversions a breeze." As featured in Woman's Day special interest publication Kitchens & Baths.


"Cooking Schools for Kids": "Children who attend cooking classes at Kitchen Kapers...not only learn how to prepare scrumptious dishes...they're also taught how to work well with others. In Lisa Prell's classes, students range in age from 6 to 12 and boast various levels of ability and experience..." As featured in American Profile, northeast edition.


Quirky Corks. "These corks offer you a little toast every time you need to recork a bottle of wine. It's the perfect excuse to try several different bottles without worrying about how well they'll keep." As featured in Suburban Home & Garden Resource Guide.


"Inspired by a woodworking tool, the Microplane Zester has a razor-sharp stainless steel blade that finely grates and zests with minimal effort." As featured in Italian Cooking and Living.


CDN Infrared Thermometer: This "Infrared Thermometer gives the surface temperature of any food - even the oil in the deep fryer - without touching it. Simply aim the device at the food and press 'SCAN' for an accurate reading." As featured in The Star Ledger, Newark, NJ. (This item is not available, the CDN Infrared Thermocouple Probe Thermometer is a similar item.)


The Nespresso Aeroccino "makes frothing milk as easy as pushing a button." Use the Aeroccino to add froth to your espresso, steamed milk to your latte, and more! As featured in the Boston Globe, "Short Orders".


Kids cooked up some Asian Delights in this hands-on cooking class. The Culinary Academy at Kitchen Kapers helps kids learn the basics of kitchen safety, nutrition and cooking techniques. As featured in the Philadelphia Inquirer, "For the Family".


AnimalHouse Mouse Cheese Grater: Mouse Trap; A critter-shaped cheese grater is easy to hold and cute to display." As featured Self Dishes.


The Progressive measuring spoons "are narrow at one end to fit spice jars and tins, rounded at the other to better hold liquids." Magnets keep them together for storage either in the drawer or on the refrigerator. As featured in the Philadelphia Inquirer, "Market Basket".


Nonstick silicone rolling pin, as featured in House & Garden, "In the Kitchen".


"The KitchenAid Pink Stand Mixer is a kitchen must-have with a new twist. A donation of $50 from this purchase will go to the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation." As featured in Italian Cooking & Living, "Cooking for a Cure: A Journey of Survival".


Add "flavor on a stick" to your favorite foods with Seasoned Skewers. As featured in the Philadelphia Inquirer, "Market Basket".


"As if your cocktail parties weren't attended by enough plasticky people already, these photorealistic paper cups give party-goers an instant nose job." As featured in the Philadelphia City Paper.


Adam Erace from the Courier Post has learned that making sushi at home is fun and easy. The Hands-On Sushi Class Erace attended is just one of the many offered by the Culinary Academy at Kitchen Kapers. As featured in the Courier Post, "Living".


The Built NY Lunch Bag is a neoprene bag designed to keep your food hot or cold for hours. As featured in the Philadelphia Inquirer, "Market Basket".


Kuhn Rikon Paring Knives have a blade guard for storage or travel and are available in six colors. As featured in the Detroit News, "Eats & Drinks".
Kuhn Rikon Paring Knives are nifty knives that add pizazz and practicality to the kitchen. As featured in the Chicago Tribune, "Off the Shelf".
Kuhn Rikon Paring Knives are perfect for a picnic with their protective blade guards. As featured in InStyle.
Kuhn Rikon Paring Knives have a sharp new look and are available in (a variety of) colors. As featured in the Detroit News, "Eats & Drinks".


Kitchen Kapers is recognized as a 2007 Merchandising Excellence Honoree at the 2007 Housewares Design Awards luncheon and awards ceremony, January 30, 2006, in New York. As featured in Homeworld Business, On Design.


Lisa Prell of Eema's Kitchen will teach students how to make treats for their favorite canine. Class will be held Saturday, January 27, 2007. As featured in Philadelphia City Paper, "The Week In Eats".


The Butter Boy will coat your corn with little fuss. As featured in the Chicago Tribune, "Off the Shelf".


The Diablo handheld griller is nonstick and ideal for grilled sandwiches. As featured in the Chicago Tribune, "Off the Shelf".


Lava Buns are heated seat cushions, perfect for taking to the game on a cold day. As featured in SJ Magazine, "Valentine Gift Guide".


The Wusthof Knife Life Knife Sharpener is for right or left handed use and has a built-in knife sharpener. As featured in the Star Ledger, "Stay Sharp".


Sara Moulton piques our interest and our appetites with her new book, Everyday Family Dinners.

"You may remember Sara Moulton from her ten year stint at the Food Network or her many appearances on Good Morning America or as the Executive Chef of Gourmet magazine. But she is also a knowledgeable, charming and, oh so funny, cooking teacher, as she demonstrated this morning at Kitchen Kapers in Princeton.

"Sara was in the area promoting her new book Everyday Family Dinners and everyone in attendance was lucky enough watch her cook and then taste two delicious dishes from the book - Polenta Lasagna and Warm Chocolate Cheesecake.

"Sara said the reason for writing this book is that we always end up making the same boring 10 things. She's come up with 200 recipes to get us out of that rut. She’s a great believer in family dinners and this book is an excellent resource for that."

As featured on Examiner.com. Read more (pdf).


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