All Corporate Gifts
Miyabi Evolution Hollow-Edge Santokus
Miyabi, a Japanese aesthetic ideal translated as “elegance” or “refinement,” is now synonymous with Zwilling J.A. Henckels’ line of Japanese cutlery. Following in the tradition of samurai sword makers, Miyabi produces knives that are extraordinarily sharp and exceptionally...
Now: $99.96 - $119.95
Was: $119.95 - $139.95
Wüsthof® Classic Double-Serrated Bread Knife, 9"
For nearly 200 years, Wüsthof has produced professional-quality cutlery of extraordinary strength, balance and comfort. Beautifully designed knives feature handcrafted, high-carbon stainless steel blades that keep a lasting, razor-sharp edge and resist rust and stains. Founded in Solingen, Germany, in 1814...
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Scanpan® Classic Skillets, Set of 2
Scanpan has been producing high-quality products in Denmark for more than five decades. Traditional techniques of craftsmanship are used to develop, design and manufacture functional and timeless cookware and accessories for the modern kitchen. Scanpan is 100% Danish-owned, with its headquarters and factory located ...
All-Clad® Stainless-Steel Skillets with Lids
Born of the U.S. steel age in 1967, Clad Metals found its roots in a small metallurgical company that specialized in formulating bonded metals for a variety of industries. Company founder John Ulam realized that the combination of dissimilar metals delivered superior results that no individual metal could achieve...
Now: $99.96 - $119.96
Was: $154.95 - $204.95
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Cuisinart® Breakfast Central
Julia Child let people in on the Cuisinart® secret and so did James Beard. They were among the first culinary experts to hail the food processor as a revolutionary kitchen appliance when it was introduced to America in 1973 by the late Cuisinart founder, Carl Sontheimer. They saw the food processor as a quick...
Global® 7" Santoku with Sharpener
The first Global knives were designed in 1985 by Komin Yamada, whose goal was to develop a truly revolutionary range of cutlery. With an almost unlimited budget, he melded the best materials with modern design concepts and created the world’s premier line of one-piece stainless steel knives. With their...
Le Creuset® Cherry Square Grill Pan
A revolution in cookware began in 1925 when Armand Desaegher, a casting specialist, and Octave Aubecq, an enameling expert, recognized an opportunity to improve the versatility of cast iron cookware by coating it in a porcelain enamel glaze. They established the Le Creuset factory in Fresnoy Le-Grand, France, where ...
Fagor 3-in-1 Electric Multicooker
Based in Spain and founded in 1954, Fagor is renowned for its product quality, performance and innovation. The company is the fifth-largest appliance manufacturer in Europe and the number-one induction cooktop producer in the European market. Fagor takes pride in striving to develop highly efficient products that...
Revol Basalt Rectangular Tray
The Revol story began in Saint-Uze, in the heart of Frances Rhone Valley, in 1789. In a region of France known for its red sandstone, brothers Joseph-Marie and Francois Revol started to manufacture a much harder-wearing white stoneware from local mineral deposits. A few years later, the Revol factory...
John Boos & Co.® Chinese Chopping Block
The number-one supplier of butcher blocks and cutting boards to restaurants, butchers, even the White House. Based in Effingham, Illinois, since 1887, John Boos & Co. provides premium products to home cooks and celebrity chefs such as Charlie Trotter and Mario Batali.
Zwilling J.A. Henckels® Four Star 3-Piece Knife Set
Known today as the “City of Blades,” Solingen, Germany, has been home to master swordsmiths and knifemakers of legendary skill since medieval times. In 1731, Peter Henckels registered the first version of the twin-figure symbol for Henckels knives. Centuries later, cooks around the world continue to...
Breville® Panini Duo Press
At the 1932 Melbourne Cup, Bill OBrien, a radio salesman, and Harry Norville, an engineer, placed a bet on a 4-to-1 pony, Peter Pan, and won. Despite tough economic times, the two decided to invest their winnings and started Breville Radio. By the late 50s, however, television had all but replaced the...