October 2016

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October 2016, Volume 12, Issue 10
Kitchen to the Table, The Kitchen Store in Orangeville

Shun Knives

Customer Appreciation Day this Saturday October 1st

It is hard to believe that we are celebrating our one year anniversary at 163 First Street. It is fitting that our anniversary falls around Thanksgiving because it reminds us of what Kitchen To The Table is thankful for. You! Always you! Thank you for being our loyal and caring customers.

Come celebrate with us on Saturday, October 1st!

We promise it will be fun. On this day we will be kicking off our newest line of knives, Shun Cutlery from 12:00pm to 3:00pm. This ONE DAY ONLY you can save 10% to 25% on your entire store purchases by drawing your discount at time of cash out. And of course we will be serving cake, baked fresh from Amanda’s Country Bakery.

In This Issue:

Upcoming Events

Saturday October 1st ~ One Year Anniversary at 163 First Street
Saturday October 1st ~ Introducing SHUN Knives from 12:00pm-3:00pm
Saturday November 12th ~ Cuisipro Yogurt Demonstration
Friday November 18th ~ Henckels Recycle Event
Saturday November 19th ~ Henckels knife Sharpening event

Enjoy the bounty of our local growers,
Sigrid and Staff

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Shun Knives

Shun Knives

It has been a long-time wish of ours to bring Shun (pronounced Shoon like moon) knives, Handcrafted in Japan, to Kitchen To The Table. Over the years we’ve had professional chefs asking / begging us to carry these spectacular kitchen tools. Now that these knives are here we can clearly see why they are highly coveted and drooled over.

Shun in Japanese is the precise moment during the year when any particular food is at the peak of its perfection. Shun Cutlery proudly takes its name from this Japanese culinary tradition of preparing and eating the very freshest food at the perfect shun moment. Shun Cutlery lives up to this tradition by making fine kitchen knives that are always at the peak of their perfection, too.

Super Sharp!

Incredibly sharp edges and unmatched aesthetics set Shun knives apart from every other kitchen knife. In the great tradition of Japanese sword smiths, every knife is handmade by highly skilled specialists and requires at least 100 handcrafted steps to complete. Every day, the legacy of ancient sword smiths serves as inspiration to the artisans in the Kai factories. Kai’s 100-year-old tradition of blade-making excellence, combined with the newest technology and the most advanced materials, makes every Shun knife a functional work of art.


Staub Pumpkin Cocottes in Cast Iron or Ceramic

Embrace fall’s harvest and feeling with these collectible kitchen-to-table Staub pumpkin cocottes. Make special meals for years to come in this, limited edition, stunning 3.5 liter cast iron pumpkin-shaped piece. Cast iron’s superior ability to retain heat makes this the perfect vessel to create signature fall dishes such as soups, stews and roasts. This gorgeous cocotte features Staub’s signature, multicoated enameling and a solid brass handle shaped to replicate a pumpkin stem. A functional art piece, Made in France.

Thermalloy Cookware

Also available are .5 liter and .75 liter ceramic pumpkin-shaped cocottes. These are perfect for individual servings of soups or casseroles, baked dips or serving condiments or side dishes. Use them to perk up the dining table in place of a centre piece. They are great for storing snacks such as candies, seeds or nuts.

.5 liter ceramic — $29.95 ($55.00 regular)
.75 liter ceramic — $39.99 ($65.00 regular)
3.5 liter cast iron — $229.99 ($400.00 regular)

Zwilling Plus Multi Use Roaster

A favorite on gift registries is this versatile 2-in-1 roaster. This beautiful stainless steel multi-use pot is ideal for a wide array of cooking tasks from browning & braising to slow roasting. As a pleasant bonus the oval lid acts as an independent pan for searing, making gravy or a sophisticated serving platter. Also included is a sturdy stainless steel rack to elevate food for even cooking. Oven safe up to 500°F and is dishwasher safe.

$119.99 ($240.00 Regular)

Zwilling Plus Multi Use Roaster

TIP: Fact: Dark meat takes longer to cook than white meat

Solution #1: Insert several metal skewers into both raw turkey thighs. The metal directs heat to the thighs more efficiently, thus cooking at a faster rate.

Solution #2: Break down the bird into thighs, legs, breasts and wings. Braise the dark meat and roast the white meat. Everything will be cooked perfectly.


Lampe Berger for fall

The Warm Trio Pack Seasonal aromas can be easily found in Lampe Berger fragrances. Try something new for fall!
Orange Cinnamon, Savoury Apple Tart, Harvest Season, Vanilla Gourmet, New Orleans (vanilla& apple)

500ml $24.00/ 1 litre $40.00

Can’t decide? The Warm Trio Pack solves that problem. Orange Cinnamon, New Orleans and Vanilla gourmet. 85 hours of fragrance for your home!

3x180ml $24.00

We have beautiful new Lamps in stock to start off the holiday season. The Diamant lampe’s retangular shape and square cap is masculine and the diamante texture softens the look and harkens back to an earlier Lampe Berger period. Available in clear, grey and amber.


Lampe Berger


Cuisipro Fat Separator Kitchen Gadgets

Cuisipro Fat Separator

This is a unique fat separator that is pure genius.

Repeat after me: “Strain and drain”.

Strain the gravy over the 1 L pitcher with the integrated straining basket.

Allow the fat to rise to the top and, with the push of a lever, dispense the gravy from the bottom of the pitcher.

$29.99 ($38.00 regular)


Cuisipro 3-in-1 Baster

Cuisipro 3-in-1 BasterThis is an innovative baster that you will use for many years to come. It is a superior 3-in-1 baster that offers three ways of distributing flavors depending on what you are cooking.

Attach the silicone brush to coat food evenly with thicker sauces, attach the shower head to quickly baste in a broad stream or use the baster with no attachment for a heavy stream of basting.

Made of a durable heat resistant tritan material that is BPA free. As always, Cuisipro products come with a 25 year warranty.

$19.99 ($26.00 regular)


Cuisipro Roast and Serve

Cuisipro Roast and ServeWhat a practical gadget by Cuisipro! Roast, transfer and store with ease using this non-stick roasting rack.

The rack can accommodate up to 25 pounds and fits a roaster 16 x 13 inches.

Simply roast, use the large handles to transfer to cutting board, remove rack by undoing the centre spine pin and fold for easy storage.

$19.99 ($25.00 regular)

CDN Meat and Poultry Thermometer

CDN Meat and Poultry ThermometerCDN, the time and temperature company, offers thermometers and timers for home use in your kitchen.

Whether you’re baking cookies, monitoring a roast in the oven or grilling outside – CDN has the perfect tools for all your time and temperature needs.

Here is a wonderful staple item perfect for the upcoming roasting season. This meat/ poultry thermometer has an extra large easy-read dial and is dishwasher safe.



Knife Skills

Knife Skills: How to carve a turkey

  • Let it sit! It’s important to let the turkey rest before you begin carving. Remove the bird from the oven, keep it covered, and let it set for 20-25 minutes. This allows the juices to soak back into the flesh and keeps the meat moist.
  • Warm your serving platter before you begin to carve — it will help keep your turkey warm after slicing.
  • Place turkey breast side up on cutting surface. Steady the turkey with a carving fork, and using a sharp knife, press the thigh outward to find the hip joint, and then slice through the joint to remove the leg.
  • Steady the drumstick with your carving fork and cut between the drumstick and thigh bone to separate. Repeat with other side of bird. (Whether you choose to remove the meat from the drumstick, or place the drumstick whole onto your serving platter is a personal preference.)
  • Using a carving fork, steady the thigh. Place thigh flat side down on cutting board, and with a knife, cut parallel to the bone and slice off the meat.
  • Remove wings by slicing diagonally through the edge of the breast and towards the wing.
  • Carve breasts by holding carving fork against breast bone. Starting parallel to the breast bone, slice diagonally through meat, lifting off each slice by holding between knife and carving fork. Repeat for both sides of turkey.

Turkey Recipes

Harvest Recipes in time for your Turkey Celebration!

AND lastly did you see our email and promo about the awesome Cuisipro thanksgiving turkey package with many of the items in this newsletter?
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