Zwilling has opened a store in Kelowna
Did you hear the news that the most amazing kitchen store opened in Orchard Park? Zwilling is here and you had better start making out your Christmas list because you are going to love everything in store.
Under the Zwilling name, there are a host of other brands that you will know or need to know. Staub is one of them. This gorgeous line of cast iron cookware (Dutch ovens and more) offer a range of the most beautiful colours and styles. One of the classics is the Cocotte, perfect for stews, soups or anything else you want to slow cook Euro style in a heavy cast iron pot that retains the heat evenly. The enamelled cast iron provides ideal heat distribution and the special lid makes sure the ingredients stay moist and full of flavour. Seriously, these pots will last you a lifetime, so if you have a child that has just moved out or a wedding gift to buy – this is the Cadillac.
My favourite Staub is the braiser. I have it in beautiful Mediterranean blue colour and it sits pretty on top of my range. It really does everything. From frying eggs to simmering pasta sauce, the shallow depth allows you to cook in many different styles. I love the black interior as well – it doesn’t stain.
Zwilling has expanded their line and offers high end crystal glassware including wine decanters — all perfect for wine country life. They have flatware as well and I love my rose gold cutlery set. I found these cute children sets here too – what a perfect gift for a shower or child’s birthday.
And then there are the knives. Zwilling has the Miyabi brand amongst others but I will save that for another article as there is way too much information to share under the knife category. For now, chew on this exciting news and make your way down to the store to decide on your new favourite Staub and more. There is a sale on right now too so you can start your Christmas shopping early.
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