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At the Manhattan store or online, the answer to all your cake, chocolate, and cookie making, needs. One of those "only in New York" kind of places.
A New York institution. Specialists in sharpening knives and other cutting tools.
Why a kitchen scale is a tool worth making space for.
Made in Tuscany since 1842. Exquisite and sturdy.
More versatile than waxed paper, aluminum foil or paper towels.
A Middle Eastern grocery and halal butcher in Little Egypt.
Small shops in SoHo and the Upper West Side that carry decorative and table top items from around the world. A favorite of stylists and for good reason.
Vintage dinnerware, barware and art deco accessories.
Italian ranges, ovens, and cooktops that bring style and performance to small city kitchens.
From the very simple to robust professional models, slicers and mandolines can make cooking faster and better.
A resourceful, helpful and friendly kitchen and cookware store in Brooklyn Heights.
A cookware and tabletop store in Williamsburg and the Flatiron District.
Fine table and kitchen linens.
An inexpensive kitchen essential that can turn your stove top and oven into an indoor grill.
The author of Dish, 813 Colorful, Wonderful Dinner Plates talks with us about the richly eclectic, decorative, and historic world of dishes.
You don't need a wood fired oven or a four-foot wooden peel to make great pizza at home. Here are the essentials.
Having the right cutting board can help you be a better cook.
Two shops that specialize in French and Italian tableware and fine linens. Lovely.
A TriBeCa shop that sells superb quality Japanese knives plus other Japanese tabletop items and cookware.
A New York institution, Zabar's has evolved from being a deli to a full-service market.
Beautiful French country pottery, earthenware, dishware, and antique furnishings.
One of New York's best sources for all kinds of cookware and kitchen tools, especially knives.
With stores on the Upper West Side, Upper East Side, and Chelsea, these housewares stores offer nearly everything you need to decorate, fix and equip a New York apartment.
Big box shopping for the big city. There are great values but remember that everything is sold in mass quantities so think about storage before you buy.
Norman Kornbleuth, founder and owner of Broadway Panhandler, tells us what we need to know about choosing, buying and taking care of our kitchen knives.
A kitchenware store serving Brooklyn's Greenpoint and Williamsburg neighborhoods plus home cooks in Queens and beyond.
A sharp knife is your most important kitchen tool. If it's been a while since you sharpened yours, here's some trusted help.
Experts in sharpening knives and cutlery for both top culinary professionals and home cooks.
After having a Manhattan store for 62 years, Bridge Kitchenware has left NYC but still operates an excellent online cookware retail store.
A cast iron grill pan cooks fish, meat and vegetables using little to no fat. Who needs an outdoor grill?
Need a gift for a home cook? We have ideas that start with poetry and travel to Brooklyn.
Jennifer Baron, owner of A Cook's Companion in Brooklyn Heights, with gift ideas for the home cook.
Bonnie Slotnick of Bonnie Slotnick Cookbooks tells us why we collect and treasure cookbooks.
Online kitchenware store operated by the management of the former West Village shop by the same name.
Four floors of housewares, furnishings, decorative items plus clothing, foods and stuff you never knew existed. All from China.
A spare and elegant TriBeCa retailer of Scandinavian tabletop, home furnishings and decorative items.
An upscale and well-stocked cookware, kitchen tool and tabletop retailer that's part of a national chain. National brands and beautiful things.
Upper East Side hardware and housewares store. Everything for a city apartment.
Jennifer Baron, owner of A Cook's Companion in Brooklyn Heights, gives tips for the best equipment for an urban kitchen.
Retailers like Williams-Sonoma and Cooking.com offer us thousands of tools, pans and gadgets. But what does a cook really need to make most meals? Less than you'd think.
You can make most meals with only a good knife, a wooden spoon and a set of tongs. But there are about 30 other tools that should be in most cooks' kitchens. After that it's up to you to resist the lure of the kitchen gadget. As with pots, pans and knives, buy the best quality you can afford, especially for the basics, and you'll have them forever.
Where to get a good value on this hardworking kitchen staple that's too often priced like a luxury item.
SoHo boutique that sells s.2Sleek, sometimes witty, Italian housewares, cookware and serving pieces.
Wholesale prices on big and small restaurant supplies.
Lower East Side shop selling cookware, knives and kitchen tools.
Ideas for holiday gifts for the city home cook including cookbooks, cookware and special ingredients.
Specialists in baking and cake decorating supplies. One of those only-in-New-York kind of places. Baker's heaven.
A chock-a-block and friendly neighborhood kitchen shop in Park Slope.
Our broilers are often under-used yet they're a great way to get the same result as outdoor grilling. Here are some tips for using your stove's broiler.
On-line and catalog merchants of handmade Japanese woodworking tools, garden tools, and cutlery. They make the most beautiful knives, scissors, chopsticks, bamboo cutting boards and bowls, and other exquisite items for your kitchen.