22nd January, 2009 - Posted by Tara - No Comments
Equip My Kitchen will discuss the daily life of using Emile Henry, Rosle, Mauviel, and Duralex in the everyday kitchen.
Emile Henry USA, RÖSLE USA, Mauviel USA, and Duralex USA are four independent housewares companies that share resources, experiences and philosophies to build national brands in the USA market place. Based in New Castle, DE, these sales, marketing, and distribution companies are all majority owned subsidiaries of internationally renowned housewares factories. All four manufacturers produce some of the most innovative, high quality kitchen products on the market today.
Emile Henry creates colorful ovenware, cookware and tableware from Burgundian clay in the French town of Marcigny. A team of potters makes each piece by hand, maintaining the traditional high quality that cooks have expected from Emile Henry for nearly 160 years.
Mauviel is one of the only copper cookware manufacturers left in the world today. Mauviel artisans blend handwork techniques that date back to the Middle Ages with modern technology to make beautiful cookware that lasts a lifetime, whether it’s used in the home or in a commercial environment. The factory is located in the Normandy countryside of France in the town of Villedieu, which translates to “city of pots”.
RÖSLE, founded in Bavaria, Germany in 1888 manufactures award winning, stainless steel kitchen tools for the professional chef and the home. RÖSLE tools are backed by a lifetime warranty and are considered the benchmark in terms of quality by other kitchen tool manufacturers.
Duralex brings tempered glassware made in France featuring Picardie tumblers, Lys clear glass bowls, and glass ramekins. Duralex, has been manufacturing glassware in France for over 80 years. Duralex Picardie glasses are the “original French tumbler” – tempered glass, functional and stylish.
Product Availability and Media Coverage
Products from all four houseware brands are available in kitchen stores and online catalogs nationwide had have been featured in hundreds of articles and shows in the national media including the Today’s Show, Good Morning America, Food Network, Cooks Illustrated, Fine Cooking, New York Times, USA Today, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, Bon Appetit, Gourmet, Food & Wine, The Oprah Magazine, Martha Stewart Living, House Beautiful, Houses & Garden and the Los Angeles Times.