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March 2015, Volume 11, Issue 3

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

BrevilleFun isn’t just for Kids!

Fun is in the air as the days get longer and we start counting down until spring.

Perhaps you are planning something fun for March break or maybe planning a veggie garden.

Are you looking forward to the maple syrup season that is around the corner?

Easter arrives this year in early April.

Sigrid and Staff

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Food Events, Promotions and News

  • Taste of Maple
  • Orangeville Winter Farmers' Market
    Every other Saturday at 9:00am to 1:00pm
    March 14, 28, April 11, 25.

In This Issue:

Share your plans for the Easter long weekend! Do you plan to cook, dine out or visit - vote now >


Breville Small Appliances

Breville Deep FryerOver the past 80 years, Breville has grown to become an iconic Australian brand through thoughtful design and brilliant innovation. Today, Breville-designed products are sold in more than 50 countries around the globe.

Breville Deep Fryer

Fun food is often fried. Think of French fries, chicken wings, donuts, calamari or fish. Wouldn’t it be great to make healthy versions of fun food at home?

The Breville Deep Fryer is equipped with sophisticated technology that we’ve come to expect from Breville. Pick from 7 preset time and temperature settings without even thinking about it. Simply select the food you are cooking and it automatically knows what temperature to use and time.
Try Apple Turnovers for a special Easter treat.

$159.99 (regular $199.99)

Swiss Diamond Cookware

Swiss Diamond Cookware

On a weekend when your schedule permits take time to make a full brunch. I’m talking pancakes, bacon, omelets and potatoes. The best, and I mean the best non-stick cookware, for your brunch, is Swiss Diamond, made in Switzerland. If you haven’t met the brand yet you can get your feet wet with the 7 inch fry pan at a try me price. Be warned that once you use this cutie you’ll want to have more. The cookware is also available for induction.

7” try me $40 (regular $50)
7” try me induction $60 (regular $80)

Learn more about Swiss Diamond Cookware >


Rosti Mepal Egg CupsToys for the Kitchen

Rosti Mepal Egg Cups and Egg Spoons

These sweet egg cups are a miniature version of the beloved, Danish designed, Margrethe mixing bowls by Rosti Mepal. The mixing bowls were first introduced in 1954 so chances are that you have fond memories of these from your childhood.

Made in the Netherlands and available in a rainbow of colours. 

$1.75 egg cup
$2.00 egg spoon

Microwave Popcorn Popper by Chef’n

Make healthier home made popcorn for your inner child or for your whole family with this NEW microwave popcorn popper.  Fill the popcorn maker with the desired amount of kernels and watch the top unfold as the popcorn pops.  Make up to 10 cups of popped corn.  This toy is made of high heat silicone, dishwasher safe and stores flat.

$27.00 each

Microwave Popcorn Popper by Chef’n


Nordic Ware Piñata PanNordic Ware Piñata Pan

Bake a hollow centered cake and fill with treats and surprises just like a piñata. 

Wouldn’t the kid-in-you love to cut into a cake and see a river of fun come pouring out. 

Nordic Ware, made in the USA, is a unique quality pan that you can use for many years and occasions. 

$30.00 each


How fun is this?  It’s a fish shaped pitcher that actually gurgles when poured.  Air gets trapped in its tail as the liquid pours out.  Sure to generate smiles and giggles as it interrupts silences at dinner. 

GurglePot.  Available in many cheerful colours sure to make a statement for your next get together. 

$39.50 each

Home Made Apple Turnovers

  • 1 pound green apples, peeled and diced
  • 1 cinnamon stick
  • 1 cup water
  • 2 Tbsp. brown sugar
  • Pinch nutmeg
  • 1 Tbsp. butter
  • 2 sheets frozen puff pastry thawed
  • Cinnamon sugar to garnish


  1. Place apples into a saucepan with cinnamon stick and water. Cook over medium heat, stirring occasionally 9-10 minutes, until apples are softened and the water has evaporated.
  2. Stir in sugar, nutmeg and butter and continue cooking until thickened and completely soft and broken down. Chill until cold.
  3. Cut each pastry sheet into four squares. Fill half of each square with a heaping tablespoon of the apple mixture. Brush the edges with water and fold over pastry to form a triangle.
  4. Using a fork press the edges down to seal.
  5. Fill fryer with 4 quarts of oil. Preheat to 375F and fry two turnovers at a time for 2.5 minutes. (Or use a pot with high sides and use a thermometer to gage the temperature)
  6. Drain on paper towel and sprinkle with cinnamon sugar to garnish.

Prep time
20 minutes
Cook time
60 minutes
10 servings