Heirloom Meals: Savoring Yesterday's Traditions Today

Heirloom Meals Recipe Project starting April 12, 2016

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An eight-week program designed to produce your food narrative and heirloom family cookbook.

Program dates are: April 12th, 19th, 26th, May 3rd, 10th, 17th, and 24th. Noon - 1pm EST.

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Lanzetta & Murko Family Cookbook - Chapter 1 excerpt

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This is an excerpt from my own family heirloom cookbook, which is 288 pages. It covers Chapter 1, Breakfast. This will give you a good idea of what your final product could look like.

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Bonus Gift - Heirloom Meals Recipe Project Checklist

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Click the button to the right to begin your automatic download of the Heirloom Meals Recipe Project Checklist.

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Gift Certificate for an Heirloom Meals Recipe Project Workshop

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Purchase a gift certificate for someone special for an eight-week program designed to produce your food narrative and heirloom family cookbook.

 More information in the Workshops section.

 

Upon receipt of payment we will send you a link to your Gift Certificate (PDF document) which you may download and print from any desktop printer. 

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Heirloom Meals Recipe Project Workshop starting March 21st, 2016

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An eight-week program designed to produce your food narrative and heirloom family cookbook.

Program dates are: March 21st, 28th, April 4th, 11th, 18th, 25th, May 2nd, and 9th.  Noon - 1pm EST.

 

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Heirloom Meals Recipe Project Workshop starting February 16th, 2016

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An eight-week program designed to produce your food narrative and heirloom family cookbook.

Program dates are: February 16th, 23rd, March 1st, 8th, 15th, 22nd, 29th, and April 5th. Noon - 1pm EST.

 

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Heirloom Meals Recipe Project Workshop starting January 11th, 2016

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An eight-week program designed to produce your food narrative and heirloom family cookbook.

Program dates are: January 11th, 18th, 25th, February 1st, 8th, 15th, 22nd, and 29th. Noon - 1pm EST.

 

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Edible Gifts from the Kitchen – December 3, 2015 7-10pm

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We’ll dive right into making ginger pennies, caramels, and lollipops. I will do a brief demo and we’ll make them sequentially.

You will leave with a box of caramels, a few packaged lollipops, a lollipop mold and sticks to make at home, and a jar of ginger pennies.

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Thanksgiving Menu Planning and Fabulous Sides – November 8, 2015 1-5pm

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We’ll spend the first hour work-shopping each of your menus! I will share mine and how I developed it.

Then, we’ll get cookin’:

2 of my favorite gratins: turnip and potato, and red cabbage

2 stuffing/dressing recipes: Italian Sausage and Bread Stuffing, and Wild Rice Dressing

It will be part demo/part hands on. We will end with a glass of wine and a taste of the sides. You will leave with your menu planned and the class recipes including a few extras.

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Pumpkin Everything Demo and Workshop - October 18, 2015 1-5pm

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Pumpkins are one of my favorite foods. I love them because they are both beautiful and healthy. Serving double duty, they adorn my table as décor and then end up in soup, pie, and more!

Come spend the afternoon with me while I share four of my favorite pumpkin recipes:

Pumpkin Pie including the pie dough

Pumpkin Cheesecake

Pumpkin Muffins

Pumpkin Soup

I will demo the Pumpkin Cheesecake and the Pumpkin Soup and pie dough. Then we’ll do some hands on making the pie and the muffins.

We will end enjoying a cup of soup and a taste of the sweets. You will leave with the recipes and a small pumpkin pie.

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Heirloom Meals Recipe Project Workshop starting November 24th, 2015

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An eight-week program designed to produce your food narrative and heirloom family cookbook.

Program dates are: November 24th, December 1st, 8th, 15th, 22nd, and January 5th, 12th and 19th. Noon - 1pm EST.

 

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Heirloom Meals Recipe Project Payment Plan

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Price: $347.00
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Three installments of $347.

First installment upon sign up. And then again 4 weeks from first payment, and then four weeks from 2nd payment.

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Fall 2015 Trio of Cooking Classes

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Sign up for all three classes for $200!

Heirloom Meals School of Cooking Fall Classes

Pumpkin Everything – October 18th 1-5pm

Thanksgiving Menu Planning and Fabulous Sides – November 8th 1-5pm

Edible Gifts from the Kitchen – December 3rd 7-10pm

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Anti-Inflammatory Cooking for Body and Soul Menus 1 and 2

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July 7, 2015: 10am – 3pm

July 9, 2015: 5pm – 8pm

Day 1

Miso soup

Sprouted brown rice with kombu and turmeric

Green veggies with capers

Roasted veggies

Asian style steamed fish with ginger and scallion

Japanese kanten fruit dessert

Day 2

How to make medicinal stock

Buckwheat with medical stock

Kohlrabi salad

Cooked veggie salad with umeboshi dressing

Poached chicken

Fruit clafoutis for dessert

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Anti-Inflammatory Cooking for Body and Soul Menu 1

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Day 1 Menu - July 7, 2015: 10am – 3pm

Miso soup

Sprouted brown rice with kombu and turmeric

Green veggies with capers

Roasted veggies

Asian style steamed fish with ginger and scallion

Japanese kanten fruit dessert

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The Pen and the Pot with Nancy Aronie and Carole Murko - October 22-25, 2015

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3-day cooking and writing workshop designed to capture your food narrative. Full details are here.

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Pasta Making Workshop - Sunday, March 22, 2015, 1-5 PM

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Come learn the simple art of pasta-making: gluten free, traditional fettucini and spinach linguine. Then, we'll sit and eat a bowl of pasta with a light tomato basil cream sauce and a glass of wine. Limited to 8 participants. 

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Bonus Gift - Soup Recipes

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Click the button to the right to begin your automatic download of the Heirloom Meals Thanksgiving Recipes ebook/PDF.

This is a collection of 10 tried-and-true recipes, which is formatted as a PDF for easy viewing and printing on a home desktop printer on letterhead-size paper.

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Size: 8" x 11"

Heirloom Recipe Blackboard - Large

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I first saw Karla Bove's work many years ago and fell in love. Her style is so in keeping with Heirloom Meals. So, I decided to work with Karla to design and create a customizable blackboard for you!!  

Just send me your favorite family recipe and Karla will add that on the recipe card.  This is a perfect shower gift from a Mom or grandmother, great wedding gift and perfect for the nostalgia lovers in your family.

We offer it in 2 sizes: This is the Large (16 X 28)

Leadtime is 4-6 weeks.

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Size: 16 x 28
Materials: Wood painted blackboard
Origin: Stockbridge, MA
Brand: Heirloom Meals Original

Heirloom Recipe Blackboard

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Price: $130.00
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I first saw Karla Bove's work many years ago and fell in love. Her style is so in keeping with Heirloom Meals. So, I decided to work with Karla to design and create a customizable blackboard for you!!  

Just send me your favorite family recipe and Karla will add that on the recipe card.  This is a perfect shower gift from a Mom or grandmother, great wedding gift and perfect for the nostalgia lovers in your family.

We offer it in 2 sizes: This is the Medium (12 x 24)

Leadtime is 4-6 weeks.

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Materials: Wood painted blackboard
Origin: Stockbridge, MA
Brand: Heirloom Meals Original

Chicken Trivet

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I love chickens. If you ever came to my house, you would see the extent of my obsession.   I decided to work with a local metal artisan and designed a chicken trivet. It is as much art as it is useful. A perfect combo in my book!! I loved it so much I had him make a limited edition run of 50 trivets.

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Origin: Stockbridge, MA
Brand: Heirloom Meals Original

Writing from the Heart with Nancy Aronie at Boulderwood Farm, Stockbridge, MA - January 9-11, 2015

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A weekend writing retreat in Stockbridge, MA. Click here for details.

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Italian Christmas Cookie Workshop - December 7, 2014, 1-5pm

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Come learn to make chocolate dipped biscotti and pignolis. Leave with a tin of pignolis and a plate of biscotti ready to gift to your favorite person or share with your family.

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Bonus Gift - Thanksgiving Recipes

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Click the button to the right to begin your automatic download of the Heirloom Meals Thanksgiving Recipes ebook/PDF.

This is a collection of 10 tried-and-true recipes, which is formatted as a PDF for easy viewing and printing on a home desktop printer on letterhead-size paper.

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Size: 8" x 11", also formatted for 4" x 6" index cards

Six Sacred Rites of Passage for Humanity with Pat Caffrey - April 30-May 3, 2015

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Carole Murko and Heirloom Meals are hosting this amazing retreat at Carole's home and the set of Heirloom Meals.  Click here for the details.

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Heirloom Meals’ Christmas Special DVD

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Heirloom Meals Christmas Special is an hour-long made-for-television program capturing recipes, stories and the deep connection between food and family around Christmas. It will be shown on public television in December 2012 across the country. Check your local PBS listings for dates and times.

The show features wonderful stories and cooking demonstrations by guests from around the country from a variety of different backgrounds:

  • Anne Maxfield
  • Ruth Ann Galvin and Katie Galvin
  • Alex Elman
  • Darlene Sanchez Tenes
  • Charity Kahn
  • Katja Rowell
  • Elle Green
  • Scott Keough
  • Helga Kaiser
  • Jack Simko and AnneMarie DeFreest
  • Jo Murko

 

FEATURED RECIPES (available as an ebook or downloadable PDF)

  •     Cream Puffs
  •     Lollipops
  •     Lemon Star Cookies
  •     English Nut Bar Shortbread
  •     Mocha Rounds
  •     Granny Stella’s Plum Pudding
  •     Simple Candied Orange Peel
  •     Basic Fresh Masa Preparada for Tamales
  •     Classic Shredded Pork with Pasilla Chile Sauce
  •     Pasilla Chile Sauce
  •     Frijoles de la Olla
  •     Frijoles con Chorizo
  •     Ensalada de Nochebuena (Mexican Christmas Salad)
  •     Jane Vaughan’s Super Duper Turkey Dressing
  •     German Red Cabbage
  •     Grandmother Ruthie’s Sweet Potato Cake
  •     Scott Keough’s Eggnog
  •     Chocolate-Dipped Cherry Almond Biscotti
  •     Christmas Goose
  •     Dumplings
  •     Hungarian Kifli

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Christmas Recipes & Recollections

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A collection of 21 Heirloom Holiday Recipes in instantly-downloadable PDF, which is also formatted for viewing as an ebook.

The recipes appear in order of guest appearance on the accompanying Christmas Special DVD (see sidebar):

  • Cream Puffs
  • Lollipops
  • Lemon Star Cookies
  • English Nut Bar Shortbread
  • Mocha Rounds
  • Granny Stella’s Plum Pudding
  • Simple Candied Orange Peel
  • Basic Fresh Masa Preparada for Tamales
  • Classic Shredded Pork with Pasilla Chile Sauce
  • Pasilla Chile Sauce
  • Frijoles de la Olla
  • Frijoles con Chorizo
  • Ensalada de Nochebuena (Mexican Christmas Salad)
  • Jane Vaughan’s Super Duper Turkey Dressing
  • German Red Cabbage
  • Grandmother Ruthie’s Sweet Potato Cake
  • Scott Keough’s Eggnog
  • Chocolate-Dipped Cherry Almond Biscotti
  • Christmas Goose
  • Dumplings
  • Hungarian Kifli

 

 

This ebook was designed with great care to fit 3 different formats:

    an iPad or digital tablet
    an 8.5" x 11" letter-size paper
    4 x 6 index cards  (2 cards per letter-size page) for those of you who keep your recipes in a box, old-school style.

This is an ebook that's truly designed for multi-generational use, whether you prefer your recipes analog or digital.

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Heirloom Holiday Recipes

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A collection of 16 Heirloom Holiday Recipes in instantly-downloadable PDF, which is also formatted for viewing as an ebook.

The recipes straddle the Thanksgiving to New year period:

  • Heirloom Manicotti Crepes
  • Swiss Green Bean Casserole
  • Seaweed Macaroni aka Nana's Linguine with Clam Sauce
  • Christmas Eve Baccala Salad
  • Italian Stuffed Artichokes
  • Festive Holiday Pork or Lamb Roast a la Nana
  • Blue Ribbon Country Stuffing
  • Cooper Boone's Stuffed Corn Bread Muffins
  • Hazel's Herb Bacon Turkey
  • Acorn Squash Stuffed with Cranberries
  • Barnes' Baked Chocolate Pudding
  • Barnes' Ice Cream Sauce
  • Celeste “Paeo de Queijo” - Cheese Bread
  • Chipotle Pumpkin Pie with Candied Ginger Double Crust
  • Jo Murko's Basic Biscotti
  • The Lanzetta Family Pignoli Cookies
     

This ebook was designed with great care to fit 3 different formats:

    an iPad or digital tablet
    an 8.5" x 11" letter-size paper
    4 x 6 index cards  (2 cards per letter-size page) for those of you who keep your recipes in a box, old-school style.

This is an ebook that's truly designed for multi-generational use, whether you prefer your recipes analog or digital.

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Size: 8" x 11"
Brand: Heirloom Meals Originals

Tagine

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Tagines are ideal for slow-cooked stews braised at low temperatures, resulting in tender meat with aromatic vegetables and sauce. Traditional ingredients include olives, quinces, apples, pears, apricots, raisins, prunes, dates, nuts, with fresh or preserved lemons, and honey. Spices often include cinnamon, saffron, ginger, turmeric, cumin, paprika, pepper, and the blend, "ras el hanout." Use any food that braises well: fish, quail, pigeon, beef, root vegetables, and legumes. Modern recipes in the West include pot roasts, ossobuco, lamb shanks and turkey legs.

Choose the accent color that matches your kitchen décor. The knob at the top is heat-insulated so that you can safely use it without a mitten to lift the lid and inspect or add ingredients as you cook.

This Morrocan-style tagine is part of Revol's new line of Revolution cookware. It is made from a new proprietary material from Revol (patent pending in France) with novel composition and properties; is suitable for all types of heat source, including induction; and has higher thermal-shock and mechanical properties than any other type of non-porous culinary ceramic known today. Unlike some materials, Revol’s new material won’t deteriorate naturally with wear and tear (scratches, rust, ageing, etc.).

Capacity: holds 3.75 Quarts

Lid Accent Colors: Black, White, Pepper Red, Yellow, Blue, Green, Orange.

Features

• Completely nonporous ceramic, absorbs no fats, odours or bacteria.
• Made exclusively of natural components; contains no heavy metals (lead, cadmium) or fluorinated coatings (PTFE); emits no volatile organic compounds when heated. (Comparative analysis by the French Ceramics Association, Nov. 2010)
• Since there are no toxic components, Revolution is chemically inert and 100% recyclable.
• Goes from the freezer to the microwave oven, or from induction or gas heat to a traditional oven, or from the table to the dishwasher.
• Easily cleaned, thanks to its naturally anti-adhesive enamelled surface.
• Second to none for preparing, simmering, baking and presenting your recipes in a single dish.
• The ideal material to keep your food warm and showcase it attractively at the same time.
• Bold design and wide choice of colours.

Revol Products

There is no question why we love Revol products. It is a company that was founded in 1789 in Rhone Valley, France and is still operated by the same family for 11 generations - talk about family tradition!!  Here’s how it all began:

A WALK WITH DESTINY... FROM EARTHENWARE TO PORCELAIN
On a Sunday walk after a series of violent storms, two brothers, Joseph-Marie and François Revol, noticed some unusual white streaks. For these specialists, there was no doubt they had found a deposit of kaolin. The region was already producing the red sandstone used by potters and tile makers. The Revol brothers' discovery led to the manufacture of much harder-wearing white stoneware and to the establishment of the REVOL factory in Ponsas, later transferred to Saint-Uze. There followed a succession of stoneware and “terre d'acier” pottery. A few years later, the REVOL factory developed a non-porous formula that could be enameled in various colors, which went on to become the benchmark of fine porcelain.

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Size: 13.8 x 13.5 x 8.5"H
Weight: 9 lbs
Materials: Porcelain
Origin: France
Brand: Revol

Dutch Oven Cocotte

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This Dutch Oven, also known as a "cocotte" in France, is part of Revol's new line of Revolution cookware. It is made from a new proprietary material from Revol (patent pending in France) with novel composition and properties; is suitable for all types of heat source, including induction; and has higher thermal-shock and mechanical properties than any other type of non-porous culinary ceramic known today. Unlike some materials, Revol’s new material won’t deteriorate naturally with wear and tear (scratches, rust, ageing, etc.).

Capacity: holds 3.75 Quarts

Lid Colors: Black, White, Pepper Red, Yellow, Blue, Green, Orange.

Features

• Completely nonporous ceramic, absorbs no fats, odours or bacteria.
• Made exclusively of natural components; contains no heavy metals (lead, cadmium) or fluorinated coatings (PTFE); emits no volatile organic compounds when heated. (Comparative analysis by the French Ceramics Association, Nov. 2010)
• Since there are no toxic components, Revolution is chemically inert and 100% recyclable.
• Goes from the freezer to the microwave oven, or from induction or gas heat to a traditional oven, or from the table to the dishwasher.
• Easily cleaned, thanks to its naturally anti-adhesive enamelled surface.
• Second to none for preparing, simmering, baking and presenting your recipes in a single dish.
• The ideal material to keep your food warm and showcase it attractively at the same time.
• Bold design and wide choice of colours.

 

Revol Products

There is no question why we love Revol products. It is a company that was founded in 1789 in Rhone Valley, France and is still operated by the same family for 11 generations - talk about family tradition!!  Here’s how it all began:

A WALK WITH DESTINY... FROM EARTHENWARE TO PORCELAIN
On a Sunday walk after a series of violent storms, two brothers, Joseph-Marie and François Revol, noticed some unusual white streaks. For these specialists, there was no doubt they had found a deposit of kaolin. The region was already producing the red sandstone used by potters and tile makers. The Revol brothers' discovery led to the manufacture of much harder-wearing white stoneware and to the establishment of the REVOL factory in Ponsas, later transferred to Saint-Uze. There followed a succession of stoneware and “terre d'acier” pottery. A few years later, the REVOL factory developed a non-porous formula that could be enameled in various colors, which went on to become the benchmark of fine porcelain.

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Size: 10.25"L x 10.25"W x 5.75"D
Weight: 6.5 lbs
Materials: Porcelain
Origin: France
Brand: Revol

Crumpled Water Tumblers

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These crumpled (Froissé) cups are made of culinary-grade porcelain, which is fired at very high temperatures to produce a highly scratch and chip-resistant cup. Suitable for both hot beverages, and cold ice cream or appetizers. Or, use everyday as a glass for water, coffee or tea. The unique crumpled effect is modeled after a crumpled paper cup and makes gripping the cup much easier.

Capacity: holds 8.75 oz

Colors: red and white gingham, orange and white gingham, yellow and white gingham, green and white gingham

Sold by the cup so order the exact quantity you need.

Features

• Ergonomic, unique crumpled porcelain design
• Checkered red gingham pattern
• Durable, large glasses are perfect for everyday or outdoor use
• 8-3/4 ounce capacity

 

Revol Products

There is no question why we love Revol products. It is a company that was founded in 1789 in Rhone Valley, France and is still operated by the same family for 11 generations - talk about family tradition!!  Here’s how it all began:

A WALK WITH DESTINY... FROM EARTHENWARE TO PORCELAIN
On a Sunday walk after a series of violent storms, two brothers, Joseph-Marie and François Revol, noticed some unusual white streaks. For these specialists, there was no doubt they had found a deposit of kaolin. The region was already producing the red sandstone used by potters and tile makers. The Revol brothers' discovery led to the manufacture of much harder-wearing white stoneware and to the establishment of the REVOL factory in Ponsas, later transferred to Saint-Uze. There followed a succession of stoneware and “terre d'acier” pottery. A few years later, the REVOL factory developed a non-porous formula that could be enameled in various colors, which went on to become the benchmark of fine porcelain.

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Materials: Porcelain
Origin: France
Brand: Revol

Sauce Boat

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This is a Fat/Lean Sauce Boat with Fat Separator. Perfect for a mixed group of guests with varying diets.

How does it work? You pour your gravy into the boat and wait a minute for the fat to rise to the top. Don't worry, the Revol culinary-grade porcelain keeps the gravy nice and hot. There are 2 spouts: one draws fluid only from the bottom of the bowl, the other from the middle. The top spout is for those who want regular gravy; the bottom spout is for those who want lean or low-fat gravy. You can also use it to quickly skim fat from sauces and soups.

Features:

• the porcelain is fired at a high temperature for strength, durability, whiteness and shock-resistance.
• it warms slowly in the oven to maximize flavor and cools slowly on the table to keep the food hot while serving.
• the non-porous porcelain stays bacteria-free and is oven, microwave, dishwasher and freezer-safe.
• made with an environmentally-friendly manufacturing process from their own clay, recycling heat, wind, water and power.
• a favorite of Michelin-starred chefs


Revol Products

There is no question why we love Revol products. It is a company that was founded in 1789 in Rhone Valley, France and is still operated by the same family for 11 generations - talk about family tradition!!  Here’s how it all began:

A WALK WITH DESTINY... FROM EARTHENWARE TO PORCELAIN
On a Sunday walk after a series of violent storms, two brothers, Joseph-Marie and François Revol, noticed some unusual white streaks. For these specialists, there was no doubt they had found a deposit of kaolin. The region was already producing the red sandstone used by potters and tile makers. The Revol brothers' discovery led to the manufacture of much harder-wearing white stoneware and to the establishment of the REVOL factory in Ponsas, later transferred to Saint-Uze. There followed a succession of stoneware and “terre d'acier” pottery. A few years later, the REVOL factory developed a non-porous formula that could be enameled in various colors, which went on to become the benchmark of fine porcelain.

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Size: 6.8"L x 5.2"W x 3"H
Weight: 1 lb
Materials: porcelain
Origin: France
Brand: Revol

Oatmeal Canister

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One of a kind, I found this little beauty at an antique shop. Hand-painted dutch windmill with hand-painted lettering.

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Size: 10"H x4"W x 2.5"D
Weight: 0
Materials: Porcelain
Origin: Massachussetts

Provence Olive Oil Bottle

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A favorite of French chefs, this bottle can be found in most homes in France, and is pretty enough for the table as well.

It is designed for those who buy high-quality olive oil by the can, and need something smaller and more decorative for the kitchen. Aesthetics aside, it has perfect functionality built in: its size and slender proportions make it easier to hold and pour with just one hand; the cork seal stays tight, and the steel spigot makes it easier to direct a stream of oil and easier to control the amount being poured. In addition, the porcelain will not alter the flavor of your oil, and will prevent sunlight from deteriorating the contents.

Capacity: 8.75 oz

Colors: Creamy White, or London Yellow, with painted olive motif on molded porcelain.

 

Features:

• the porcelain is fired at a high temperature for strength, durability, whiteness and shock-resistance.
• the non-porous porcelain stays bacteria-free and is oven, microwave, dishwasher and freezer-safe.
• made with an environmentally-friendly manufacturing process from their own clay, recycling heat, wind, water and power.

Revol Products

There is no question why we love Revol products. It is a company that was founded in 1789 in Rhone Valley, France and is still operated by the same family for 11 generations - talk about family tradition!!  Here’s how it all began:

A WALK WITH DESTINY... FROM EARTHENWARE TO PORCELAIN
On a Sunday walk after a series of violent storms, two brothers, Joseph-Marie and François Revol, noticed some unusual white streaks. For these specialists, there was no doubt they had found a deposit of kaolin. The region was already producing the red sandstone used by potters and tile makers. The Revol brothers' discovery led to the manufacture of much harder-wearing white stoneware and to the establishment of the REVOL factory in Ponsas, later transferred to Saint-Uze. There followed a succession of stoneware and “terre d'acier” pottery. A few years later, the REVOL factory developed a non-porous formula that could be enameled in various colors, which went on to become the benchmark of fine porcelain.

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Size: 9"H x 2.5"W x 2.5"D
Weight: 1 lb
Materials: Porcelain
Origin: France
Brand: Revol

Small Poultry Dish

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These small ceramic "baby chick" dishes are made in France by Revol. They are oven-proof and are the perfect accompaniement to the large "mother hen" roaster. They are also just plain fun - make custard in them or serve your chicken soup in them. They will make you smile grin

Sold individually, so order the exact quantity you need.

Available in 5 colors: White, Pepper Red, Lime Green, Aubergine, and Seychelles Yellow.

Features:

• the porcelain is fired at a high temperature for strength, durability, whiteness and shock-resistance.
• it warms slowly in the oven to maximize flavor and cools slowly on the table to keep the food hot while serving.
• the non-porous porcelain stays bacteria-free and is oven, microwave, dishwasher and freezer-safe.
• made with an environmentally-friendly manufacturing process from their own clay, recycling heat, wind, water and power.
• a favorite of Michelin-starred chefs

 

Revol Products

There is no question why we love Revol products. It is a company that was founded in 1789 in Rhone Valley, France and is still operated by the same family for 11 generations - talk about family tradition!!  Here’s how it all began:

A WALK WITH DESTINY... FROM EARTHENWARE TO PORCELAIN
On a Sunday walk after a series of violent storms, two brothers, Joseph-Marie and François Revol, noticed some unusual white streaks. For these specialists, there was no doubt they had found a deposit of kaolin. The region was already producing the red sandstone used by potters and tile makers. The Revol brothers' discovery led to the manufacture of much harder-wearing white stoneware and to the establishment of the REVOL factory in Ponsas, later transferred to Saint-Uze. There followed a succession of stoneware and “terre d'acier” pottery. A few years later, the REVOL factory developed a non-porous formula that could be enameled in various colors, which went on to become the benchmark of fine porcelain.

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Size: 6 x 4 1/4 x 2 1/4 inches
Weight: 7 lbs.
Materials: porcelain
Origin: France
Brand: Revol

Poultry Roaster

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Price: $64.95
Item # 767
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Decorative and functional for numerous occasions, its main design is to cook and serve the perfect roast chicken! This French design allows the dish to go directly from the oven to the table. It can also be used as a beautiful centerpiece, along with the accompanying "baby chick" individual dishes.

Capacity: holds 2.8 quarts

Available in 5 colors: White, Pepper Red, Lime Green, Aubergine, and Seychelles Yellow.

Features:

• the porcelain is fired at a high temperature for strength, durability, whiteness and shock-resistance.
• it warms slowly in the oven to maximize flavor and cools slowly on the table to keep the food hot while serving.
• the non-porous porcelain stays bacteria-free and is oven, microwave, dishwasher and freezer-safe.
• made with an environmentally-friendly manufacturing process from their own clay, recycling heat, wind, water and power.
• a favorite of Michelin-starred chefs

 

Revol Products

There is no question why we love Revol products. It is a company that was founded in 1789 in Rhone Valley, France and is still operated by the same family for 11 generations - talk about family tradition!!  Here’s how it all began:

A WALK WITH DESTINY... FROM EARTHENWARE TO PORCELAIN
On a Sunday walk after a series of violent storms, two brothers, Joseph-Marie and François Revol, noticed some unusual white streaks. For these specialists, there was no doubt they had found a deposit of kaolin. The region was already producing the red sandstone used by potters and tile makers. The Revol brothers' discovery led to the manufacture of much harder-wearing white stoneware and to the establishment of the REVOL factory in Ponsas, later transferred to Saint-Uze. There followed a succession of stoneware and “terre d'acier” pottery. A few years later, the REVOL factory developed a non-porous formula that could be enameled in various colors, which went on to become the benchmark of fine porcelain.

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Size: 13.5"L x 8.8"W x 3"D
Weight: 3 lbs
Materials: Porcelain
Origin: France
Brand: Revol

Provence Vinegar Bottle

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Price: $39.95
Item # 770
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Often found in French kitchens, this bottle is designed for easy one-handed pouring.

It is designed for those who buy high-quality vinegar in large sizes, and need something smaller and more decorative for the kitchen or table. Aesthetics aside, it has perfect functionality built in: its size and slender proportions make it easier to hold and pour with just one hand; the cork seal stays tight, and the steel spigot makes it easier to direct a stream of vinegar and easier to control the amount being poured. In addition, the porcelain will not alter the flavor of your vinegar, and will prevent sunlight from deteriorating the contents. Revol's culinary-grade porcelain is fired at very high temperatures, making for exceptionally hard enamel that is easy to clean and highly resistant to chipping and thermal and mechanical shocks.

It goes perfectly with its natural mate, the taller olive oil bottle. These proportions reflect the average ratio of vinegar to oil in a classic vinaigrette.

Capacity: holds 8.75 oz of fluid

Colors: Creamy White or London Yellow, with painted vegetable motif on molded porcelain.

 

Features:

• the porcelain is fired at a high temperature for strength, durability, whiteness and shock-resistance.
• the non-porous porcelain stays bacteria-free and is oven, microwave, dishwasher and freezer-safe.
• made with an environmentally-friendly manufacturing process from their own clay, recycling heat, wind, water and power.

Revol Products

There is no question why we love Revol products. It is a company that was founded in 1789 in Rhone Valley, France and is still operated by the same family for 11 generations - talk about family tradition!!  Here’s how it all began:

A WALK WITH DESTINY... FROM EARTHENWARE TO PORCELAIN
On a Sunday walk after a series of violent storms, two brothers, Joseph-Marie and François Revol, noticed some unusual white streaks. For these specialists, there was no doubt they had found a deposit of kaolin. The region was already producing the red sandstone used by potters and tile makers. The Revol brothers' discovery led to the manufacture of much harder-wearing white stoneware and to the establishment of the REVOL factory in Ponsas, later transferred to Saint-Uze. There followed a succession of stoneware and “terre d'acier” pottery. A few years later, the REVOL factory developed a non-porous formula that could be enameled in various colors, which went on to become the benchmark of fine porcelain.

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Size: 9'' H x 2.5'' W x 2.5'' D
Weight: 1 lb
Materials: Porcelain
Origin: France
Brand: Revol

Berti Oxhorn Carving Set

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Price: $750.00
Item # 762
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• Anchored Tang  - blades anchored in handle.
• Anchor tang available in Black Lucite or Genuine Oxhorn.

Features:
• Pieces in box: 2
• Total Length: 15.4"
• Each knife handmade by a single artisan.
• Blade made of high-quality 420B stainless steel.
• Oxhorn knives made from real horn.

 

About Coltellerie Berti

COLTELLERIE BERTI has a long history of steel, fire, and skilled hands. It was founded as an artisan workshop by David Berti in 1895, and today, under the guidance of his great grandson Andrea, it continues its production in the Tuscan countryside, 25 miles north of Florence. Italy.The Italian artisans of Coltellerie Berti proudly hand make their knives, using traditional methods. Berti knives are so authentically Italian because they are born of the Italian artisan tradition, and the tradition of the Berti Family.

The essence of this tradition since 1895 is this: the artisan that starts making a knife takes it right through to the finishing touches. There is no division of labor. Each knife is the finished work of a sole artisan, and it bares his, or her, initials on the knife's blade. 

Berti still uses the same manufacturing techniques and materials, ox horn, boxwood and steel, that they have used since 1895. Their intent is to make knives with integrity and authenticity that cannot result from industrialized production, while offering you some of the finest cutting tools in the world. A Berti knife is an heirloom.

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Weight: 0
Origin: Italy
Brand: Berti

Berti Straight Paring Knife

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Price: $272.00
Item # 761
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The paring knife is a vital part of any knife block. The Berti straight paring knife is used as a miniature chef’s knife for basic utility work. Its small size gives users a greater amount of control than with larger knives. 

 
Berti Knife Options:
• Anchor Tang  - blade anchored in handle. Anchor tang available in Genuine Oxhorn or Black Lucite.
• Full Tang -  handle in two halves anchored to blade. Available in Black, White or Red Lucite
• Magnetized Wooden Block - Custom-sized, wood block available to store each knife. Magnet allows blocks to adhere together (in Italian: "insieme").


Features:
• Total Length: 8.9"
• Blade Length: 4.3"

 

About Coltellerie Berti

COLTELLERIE BERTI has a long history of steel, fire, and skilled hands. It was founded as an artisan workshop by David Berti in 1895, and today, under the guidance of his great grandson Andrea, it continues its production in the Tuscan countryside, 25 miles north of Florence. Italy.The Italian artisans of Coltellerie Berti proudly hand make their knives, using traditional methods. Berti knives are so authentically Italian because they are born of the Italian artisan tradition, and the tradition of the Berti Family.

The essence of this tradition since 1895 is this: the artisan that starts making a knife takes it right through to the finishing touches. There is no division of labor. Each knife is the finished work of a sole artisan, and it bares his, or her, initials on the knife's blade.

Berti still uses the same manufacturing techniques and materials, ox horn, boxwood and steel, that they have used since 1895. Their intent is to make knives with integrity and authenticity that cannot result from industrialized production, while offering you some of the finest cutting tools in the world. A Berti knife is an heirloom.

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Weight: 0
Origin: Italy
Brand: Berti

Berti Slicing Knife Small

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Price: $276.00
Item # 760
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Similar to the carving knife, the Berti slicing knife is essential for carving meats and poultry, as well as for slicing sandwiches, fruits and vegetables. The knife’s long narrow blade helps to produce thin, uniform slices. Use the small Berti slicing knife for any produce, sandwiches, or smaller ingredients that require precision slicing. 

• Magnetized Wooden Block - Custom-sized, wood block available to store each knife. Magnet allows blocks to adhere together (in Italian: "insieme").

Features

• Total Length: 13.4"
• Blade Length: 8.3"

 

About Coltellerie Berti

COLTELLERIE BERTI has a long history of steel, fire, and skilled hands. It was founded as an artisan workshop by David Berti in 1895, and today, under the guidance of his great grandson Andrea, it continues its production in the Tuscan countryside, 25 miles north of Florence. Italy.The Italian artisans of Coltellerie Berti proudly hand make their knives, using traditional methods. Berti knives are so authentically Italian because they are born of the Italian artisan tradition, and the tradition of the Berti Family.

The essence of this tradition since 1895 is this: the artisan that starts making a knife takes it right through to the finishing touches. There is no division of labor. Each knife is the finished work of a sole artisan, and it bares his, or her, initials on the knife's blade.

Berti still uses the same manufacturing techniques and materials, ox horn, boxwood and steel, that they have used since 1895. Their intent is to make knives with integrity and authenticity that cannot result from industrialized production, while offering you some of the finest cutting tools in the world. A Berti knife is an heirloom.

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Weight: 0
Origin: Italy
Brand: Berti

Berti Utility Knife

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Price: $366.00
Item # 759
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About this Item

The Berti utility knife is a mid-sized knife for miscellaneous cutting. Larger than the paring knife but not as large as the chef's knife, the Berti utility knife is great for cutting larger vegetables and sandwich meats not big enough for a chef's knife.

• Magnetized Wooden Block - Custom-sized, wood block available to store each knife. Magnet allows blocks to adhere together (in Italian: "insieme").


Features:
• Total Length: 11.4"
• Blade Length: 6.1"

 

About Coltellerie Berti

COLTELLERIE BERTI has a long history of steel, fire, and skilled hands. It was founded as an artisan workshop by David Berti in 1895, and today, under the guidance of his great grandson Andrea, it continues its production in the Tuscan countryside, 25 miles north of Florence. Italy.The Italian artisans of Coltellerie Berti proudly hand make their knives, using traditional methods. Berti knives are so authentically Italian because they are born of the Italian artisan tradition, and the tradition of the Berti Family.

The essence of this tradition since 1895 is this: the artisan that starts making a knife takes it right through to the finishing touches. There is no division of labor. Each knife is the finished work of a sole artisan, and it bares his, or her, initials on the knife's blade.

Berti still uses the same manufacturing techniques and materials, ox horn, boxwood and steel, that they have used since 1895. Their intent is to make knives with integrity and authenticity that cannot result from industrialized production, while offering you some of the finest cutting tools in the world. A Berti knife is an heirloom.

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Weight: 0
Origin: Italy
Brand: Berti

Berti Small Chef’s Knife

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Price: $296.00
Item # 758
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The small Berti chef’s knife is a general food preparation kitchen knife that will slice steaks as well as the ripest tomatoes. Mincing, slicing, and chopping are fundamental culinary techniques that the Berti chef knife will make a pleasure to perform. Choose the small chef knife for greater control, agility, and lightness in the hand.

• Magnetized Wooden Block - Custom-sized, wood block available to store each knife. Magnet allows blocks to adhere together (in Italian: "insieme").


Features:
• Total Length: 13.4 in.
• Blade Length: 7.9 in.

 

About Coltellerie Berti

COLTELLERIE BERTI has a long history of steel, fire, and skilled hands. It was founded as an artisan workshop by David Berti in 1895, and today, under the guidance of his great grandson Andrea, it continues its production in the Tuscan countryside, 25 miles north of Florence. Italy.The Italian artisans of Coltellerie Berti proudly hand make their knives, using traditional methods. Berti knives are so authentically Italian because they are born of the Italian artisan tradition, and the tradition of the Berti Family.

The essence of this tradition since 1895 is this: the artisan that starts making a knife takes it right through to the finishing touches. There is no division of labor. Each knife is the finished work of a sole artisan, and it bares his, or her, initials on the knife's blade.

Berti still uses the same manufacturing techniques and materials, ox horn, boxwood and steel, that they have used since 1895. Their intent is to make knives with integrity and authenticity that cannot result from industrialized production, while offering you some of the finest cutting tools in the world. A Berti knife is an heirloom.

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Origin: Italy
Brand: Berti

Berti Tomato Knife

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Price: $280.00
Item # 757
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About Coltellerie Berti

With its small finely serrated blade, the Berti tomato cuts easily through tough skin and had an angled tip for picking up the slices of food.

• Magnetized Wooden Block - Custom-sized, wood block available to store each knife. Magnet allows blocks to adhere together (in Italian: "insieme").


Features:
• Total Length: 9.1"
• Blade Length: 4.7"

 

About Coltellerie Berti

COLTELLERIE BERTI has a long history of steel, fire, and skilled hands. It was founded as an artisan workshop by David Berti in 1895, and today, under the guidance of his great grandson Andrea, it continues its production in the Tuscan countryside, 25 miles north of Florence. Italy.The Italian artisans of Coltellerie Berti proudly hand make their knives, using traditional methods. Berti knives are so authentically Italian because they are born of the Italian artisan tradition, and the tradition of the Berti Family.

The essence of this tradition since 1895 is this: the artisan that starts making a knife takes it right through to the finishing touches. There is no division of labor. Each knife is the finished work of a sole artisan, and it bares his, or her, initials on the knife's blade.

Berti still uses the same manufacturing techniques and materials, ox horn, boxwood and steel, that they have used since 1895. Their intent is to make knives with integrity and authenticity that cannot result from industrialized production, while offering you some of the finest cutting tools in the world. A Berti knife is an heirloom.

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Origin: Italy
Brand: Berti

Berti Medium Chef’s Knife

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Price: $380.00
Item # 756
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The medium Berti chef’s knife is a general food preparation knife that will slice steaks as well as the ripest tomatoes. Mincing, slicing, and chopping are fundamental culinary techniques that the Berti chef knife will make a pleasure to perform. Choose the medium chef's knife if you want a bit less weight behind the blade than the large chef's knife.
 
Features:
• Total Length: 14.2"
• Blade Length: 8.7"


About Coltellerie Berti

COLTELLERIE BERTI has a long history of steel, fire, and skilled hands. It was founded as an artisan workshop by David Berti in 1895, and today, under the guidance of his great grandson Andrea, it continues its production in the Tuscan countryside, 25 miles north of Florence. Italy.The Italian artisans of Coltellerie Berti proudly hand make their knives, using traditional methods. Berti knives are so authentically Italian because they are born of the Italian artisan tradition, and the tradition of the Berti Family.

The essence of this tradition since 1895 is this: the artisan that starts making a knife takes it right through to the finishing touches. There is no division of labor. Each knife is the finished work of a sole artisan, and it bares his, or her, initials on the knife's blade.

Berti still uses the same manufacturing techniques and materials, ox horn, boxwood and steel, that they have used since 1895. Their intent is to make knives with integrity and authenticity that cannot result from industrialized production, while offering you some of the finest cutting tools in the world. A Berti knife is an heirloom.

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Origin: Italy
Brand: Berti

Berti Bread Knife

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Price: $372.00
Item # 755
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About this Item

The Berti bread knife is a thick-bladed knife used for cutting loaves of bread. It's serrated edges cut through thick, hard crust without flattening the bread for that perfect slice.

• Full Tang -  handle in two halves anchored to blade. Available in Black, White or Red Lucite
• Magnetized Wooden Block - Custom-sized, wood block available to store each knife. Magnet allows blocks to adhere together (in Italian: "insieme").

 

Total Length for Full Tang: 14"
• Blade Length: 8.7"

 

About Coltellerie Berti

COLTELLERIE BERTI has a long history of steel, fire, and skilled hands. It was founded as an artisan workshop by David Berti in 1895, and today, under the guidance of his great grandson Andrea, it continues its production in the Tuscan countryside, 25 miles north of Florence. Italy.The Italian artisans of Coltellerie Berti proudly hand make their knives, using traditional methods. Berti knives are so authentically Italian because they are born of the Italian artisan tradition, and the tradition of the Berti Family.

The essence of this tradition since 1895 is this: the artisan that starts making a knife takes it right through to the finishing touches. There is no division of labor. Each knife is the finished work of a sole artisan, and it bares his, or her, initials on the knife's blade.

Berti still uses the same manufacturing techniques and materials, ox horn, boxwood and steel, that they have used since 1895. Their intent is to make knives with integrity and authenticity that cannot result from industrialized production, while offering you some of the finest cutting tools in the world. A Berti knife is an heirloom.

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Size: Full Tang: 14"long, Blade : 8.7" long
Weight: 0
Origin: Italy
Brand: Berti

DVD Heirloom Meals Thanksgiving Special

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Price: $9.95
Item # 753
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Heirloom Meals’ Thanksgiving is an hour-long made-for-television program capturing recipes, stories and the deep connection between food, family and heritage.

Heirloom Meals is a storytelling show about treasured family recipes, stories, and tips...savoring yesterday’s traditions today. The Thanksgiving Special features people from across the country and across cultures, as they talk about their favorite Thanksgiving recipes and memories. Featured interviews range from a direct descendant of the pilgrims to a newly minted citizen; from a Midwestern housewife to a Southern gentleman to an Italian grandmother. In an interview with a butcher who sells only local pasture-raised meats, we learn the importance of sustainable farming and of buying local food. “At Heirloom Meals, we believe that food is our connection to our past and it is the bridge to our future,” said Murko.
The program was filmed on location in the Heirloom Meals kitchen at Boulderwood Farm in beautiful Stockbridge, Massachusetts with sweeping views of the Berkshire countryside. Stockbridge was the home of Norman Rockwell, and there is a segment at the Norman Rockwell Museum in front of the iconic painting, Freedom from Want. This famous Thanksgiving painting strives to capture many aspects of the idealized American Thanksgiving.

FEATURED RECIPES (available as an ebook or downloadable PDF)

  • Heirloom Manicotti Crêpes
  • Swiss Green Bean Casserole
  • Blue Ribbon Country Stuffing
  • Cooper Boone’s Stuffed Corn Bread Muffins
  • Hazel’s Herb Bacon Turkey
  • Acorn Squash Stuffed with Cranberries
  • Barnes Family Baked Chocolate Pudding and ‘Ice Cream’ Sauce Topping
  • Celeste “Paeo de Queijo” - Cheese Bread
  • Chipotle Pumpkin Pie with Candied Ginger Double Crust
     

Sponsors for the show include heirloom egg producer Pete and Gerry’s Organic Eggs; Stonyfield Organic Oikos, the leading organic Greek yogurt; Sears/K-Mart; Hearst Brand Development; KWC-America, a leader in luxury Swiss-made kitchen faucets; The Round Barn, a distinctive Bed and Breakfast in Waitsfield, VT; Nejaimes, wine merchants in the Berkshires and The Moore Family Foundation.

Heirloom Meals’ Thanksgiving first aired in November 2011 on Public Television stations throughout the USA.

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Brand: Heirloom Meals Originals