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The Key to Kambukka

The Key to Kambukka

Say goodbye to single-use water bottles and coffee cups, and replace them with a new, sustainable and stylish alternative. Kambukka is a Belgian premium brand that designs trendy drinking solutions for people on the go. Kambukka bottles last a lifetime and keep you hydrated for years and years to come. With timeless designs and a […]

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The Blacklock Blog

The Blacklock Blog

Blacklock was established in 1896 when Joseph Lodge settled in Tennessee. When the Blacklock foundry burnt down in 1910 he rebuilt it down the road with his family name, Lodge Manufacturing. Lodge Cast Iron has been around now for over 120 years! Now coming out of the Lodge foundry is the newest line, Blacklock, going […]

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SCANPAN STRATANIUM

SCANPAN STRATANIUM

NON-STICK WITHOUT COMPROMISE   Introducing the revolutionary, new & exclusive SCANPAN STRATANIUM; The future coating of all SCANPAN’s Non-Stick Cookware. STRATANIUM is an ultra-advanced 5-layer coating which produces a great improvement in food release (for easy serving and clean up), exceptional searing results, hardness and durability. An industry-leading technology that has been in research and […]

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All About Emile Henry

All About Emile Henry

Emile Henry cookware has been produced in Burgundy, France, for more than 170 years. To this day, this family-owned-and-operated company produce their beautiful Emile Henry ceramics from non-treated, high-fired Burgundy clay, with each piece signed by the worker who made it! In a world of chemicals and highly processed foods, Emile Henry ceramics naturally enhance […]

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Learn about Lodge

Learn about Lodge

Lodge, America’s Original Cookware. In 1896, in the tiny town of South Pittsburg, Tennessee, U.S.A., Joseph Lodge began a cast iron cookware foundry, quickly creating an enduring standard of quality. The resulting privately held metal formula, precision moulds, and exacting wall thickness produce the finest cast iron cookware available.  Not even the most expensive stainless […]

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Le Creuset Guide

Le Creuset Guide

In 1925 the first Le Creuset casserole was cast from the raw materials of coke, iron and sand at their foundry in Fresnoy-le-Grand, France. This same foundry is still handcrafting the enamelled cast iron cookware applying the same skills and rigorous standards to produce each individual item for their customers in much the same way […]

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Guide to Global

Guide to Global

Proudly made by Japanese Craftsman since 1985 Chopping, paring, slicing, dicing—when it comes to prep work in the kitchen, Global knives are the household name. Everyone recognises a Global kitchen knife with its unique dots on the handle, an iconic design which hasn’t changed since 1985. Here at Chef’s Complements, we have 8 metres of knife cabinets and […]

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Flat or Flex: What’s the difference? – KitchenAid

Flat or Flex: What’s the difference? – KitchenAid

The Flat Beater is the ‘wooden spoon’ of the KitchenAid Stand Mixer. It is used for any gentle folding, slow and fast mixing, cutting/rubbing in, creaming or beating such as creaming butter and sugar, creaming egg yolks and sugar, combining flour mixtures, combining all-in-one cake and batters or gentle folding, ‘rubbing in’ shortening for pastry, […]

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Le Creuset Meringue

Le Creuset Meringue

Le Creuset introduces Meringue, a soft, soothing ivory tone that is the latest addition to its colour palette. Just like the classic French confection that it is named after, Meringue is pure elegance. Its organic gradient picks up on the glossy texture and colour of whipped egg whites while adding a hint of toasted warmth. […]

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Le Creuset Sage

Le Creuset Sage

Feast your eyes on sage, the latest addition to Le Creuset’s colour palette. Inspired by the soft hue of the delightfully fragrant herb, Sage’s muted green is a cool and soothing addition to any kitchen, making the perfect colour to ring in Spring.

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