Friday, August 18, 2006

Sur La Table - the culinary mecca

Founded in 1972 by culinary aficionado Shirley Collins, Sur La Table was created at a time when it was difficult to find many premium-quality culinary tools. Word quickly spread about the quirky little shop packed to the rafters with everything for cooks. Guided by Shirley’s culinary passion and prowess, Sur La Table’s expansive selection of hard-to-find and cutting-edge utensils soon had food enthusiasts from around the globe making a pilgrimage to Seattle. Today, Sur La Table is a multi-million-dollar business. Still based in Seattle, it’s owned by a group of private investors...

NEW French Heart-Shaped Sugar: delicate molded hearts are notched to hang elegantly from the side of coffee and tea cups. Includes white, amber and ebony cane-sugar hearts. Product of France. 9-oz. total weight. Box of 64 $24.95

Julia Knight™ Pink Leather Barware: shaken, not stirred, darling. Martini magic is assured with accessories that will do any Bond-girl proud. Sophisticated with a capital “S.” Guaranteed to ace the deal. If not, whether gimlet or lemon drop, cocktails will shimmer and sparkle. Each piece is carefully crafted, destined to become an heirloom. Embossed leather adds rich texture and wraps around stainless steel. 3-quart ice bucket has an HDPE liner. Wipe clean with a damp cloth. Even better, James, they’re made in the USA. Available through catalog, website and select stores only. $36.99

Luna Glassware: luminously clear glass with a bubble in the base of each tumbler, these glasses are a handsome choice for everyday or entertaining. Dishwasher safe. Made in Italy. From $19.95
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