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July 2013, Volume 9, Issue 7

From the Kitchen to the Table, The Kitchen Store in Orangeville

Sound it out. Sesquicentennial. That's how you say 150th.

Cuisipro BBQ ToolsOn December 22, 1863 Orangeville was incorporated as a village and that is something to celebrate! Join in on the festivities on Broadway all day July 6th for Orangeville’s birthday bash. We'll have a skilled barbeque chef vendor in front of our store to entice your taste buds.

Like Orangeville, barbeque itself also has a history. It all started when fire was discovered by cavemen. After that the story gets to be unclear and wavers depending on who you ask. The only common thread all histories reveal is that barbeque involves food, entertainment and the gathering of friends. What more do we need to know?

Come see our new BBQ tools by Cuisipro and Weber and improve your own barbeque experience. Finish off your meal with fresh homemade ice cream made from a world class ice cream maker “The Smart Scoop” by Breville.

Along with barbequing comes warm nights and fresh drinks. Make something wonderful for your guests to remember with our neat-o “Bar10der” tool.

Le Creuset

Sigrid and Staff

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June Events

  • Canada Day - closed Monday, July 1st, Join the Canada Day Celebrations at Alder Recreational Center at 7pm
  • Orangeville is 150 years old - Party on Saturday, July 6th. Broadway will be closed from 8am until 11pm for all the festivities including side walk vendors.
  • Ribfest - July 19th to 21st

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In this Issue:

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Make Your Own Ice Cream or yogurt, gelato or sorbet!
Breville's The Smart Scoop™

Breville Smart ScoopDo you like your ice cream soft, hard or just in between?

The Smart Scoop allows you to select the texture so that you get ice cream just the way you like it. The machine is completely self-contained with a self refrigerating compressor.

It makes 1.5 quarts of perfect ice cream, frozen yogurt, gelato or sorbet.

$479.99

Frozen Berry Yogurt

Ingredients:

  • 2 cups fresh strawberries, hulled and quartered
  • ½ cup sugar
  • 2 teaspoons lemon juice
  • 2 cups plain yogurt

Method:

  1. Place quartered strawberries in a bowl and mix with 1/3 cup sugar and lemon juice. Gently crush with a fork and let sit at room temperature for an hour to macerate. After an hour gently crush with a fork again to desired consistency or blend into a puree.
  2. Combine strawberries, yogurt and rest of sugar and pour into the ice cream bowl. Set ice cream maker to YOGURT setting and churn.
  3. Once mixture is frozen transfer to a freezer container and freezer for up to 1 week.

Makes approximately 1 quart

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Fun Kitchen Toys, Cooking Tools and Cool Gadgets

Cuisipro BBQ ToolsCuisipro BBQ Tools

It shouldn't be surprising to know that these Cuisipro BBQ tools are durable, attractive and practical.

They are made of rust and weather resistant 18/10 stainless steel.

You will appreciate the thoughtful design features such as the long and grooved handles for good grip and the easy hang hook at the top of each tool.

Enjoy these for many barbeque seasons.

Tongs Round ~ $19.99 special $15.99
Tongs Oval ~ $15.99 special $12.49
BBQ Tongs ~ $24.99 special $19.99
BBQ Turner ~ $24.99 special $19.99
BBQ Fork ~ $24.99 special $19.99
Basting brush ~ $24.99 special $19.99

Weber Original™ Slider Press

Bite-size foods are all the rage.

Appetizer parties and samplings are en vogue - so get with it and make some cute sliders with the Weber Slider Press.

Forget the man burger. Sliders are in!

$15.99

Weber Original™ Slider Press

Glass Tags by Trudeau Glass Tags by Trudeau

Pick up a package of these reusable glass tags for your next party.

You'll be glad you did. Assign each guest a tag to identify their glass.

The package of eight tags includes a marker so you can personalize each tag.

$9.99 each

Summer drink recipes >

Grip Coaster by Swissmar

These six brightly coloured silicone coasters are unique. The coaster follows the drink around the room because they attach over your stem glass, cups, drink glass, pop cans and more. They also double as drink markers, avoid leaving marks on the table and are slide-resistant. (See in LCBO Food and Drink, Cover Your Bases.)

$15.00 each

Grip Coaster by Swissmar

Bar10der

BAR10der

Bar10der by Quench Products is a 10-in-1 bartending tool that makes mixing drinks at home fun and easy. Everything at your fingertips to create any bar drink you can imagine. Reminiscent of a pocket knife, all tools tuck inside for safe and convenient storage.

Included are the muddler, stirrer, two knives, a zester, a lemon or lime reamer, jigger, bottle opener, corkscrew and a strainer. A drawer full of tools in the palm of your hand!
(As featured in the LCBO early summer 2013 magazine).

Glass Tags by Trudeau $45.00 on special for July
(regular $60)

BERRY LEMONADE
(LIQUOR-LESS)

When life gives you lemons, mix ‘em with berries. Enjoy. Repeat.

  • 1 large jigger water
  • 1 fresh lemon
  • 3-4 fresh raspberries
  • 3-4 fresh blueberries
  • 2 teaspoons sugar (or 1 small jigger simple syrup)
  • 1 splash ginger ale or club soda

Ream juice from lemon into rocks glass. Add water, sugar and berries. Muddle well.
Fill with ice and top with ginger ale or club soda. Garnish with berries.

Bring on the Booze
Add 1 large and 1 small jigger of vodka in place of water.

 

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