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May 2015, Volume 11, Issue 5

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

Afternoon social with mom and rhubarb recipes

Semi-Annual Zwilling J. A. Henckels Sale

Hello spring. Did you notice that the rhubarb is sprouting and the asparagus is ready to harvest and the mint is showing itself in your herb garden? It's time to welcome back the peaceful enjoyment of our yards and properties. Outdoor chores don't seem as cruel in the spring as they do in the fall. Let's clean up the patio furniture, rake out the gardens and get the lawn mower tuned up for another season.

Mom would be so happy if you helped with these tasks and simply enjoyed time spent together on Mother's Day, May 10th. Reward your hard work with a relaxing afternoon tea using the Breville IQ Kettle™ Pure and don't forget a special homemade treat like rhubarb pie or crumble.

Sigrid and Staff

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May Food Events, Promotions and News

In This Issue:

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IQ Kettle™Pure by Breville

Breville KettleTemperature is critical in making proper tea at its best. The popular misconception that boiling water can be used on any variety of tea does you no favors. Each tea type, from green to black and even French press coffee, needs to be prepared at a particular temperature.  

IQ Kettle™Pure by Breville knows the ideal temperatures and has five temperature settings. The 1.7 L kettle also has a Keep Warm Button that maintains the water temperature for 20 minutes.

You will love the glass jug as it is easy to clean and looks so pure.

$169.99 (regular $199.99)

Danica LinensDanica, Now Designs, May Linen Event

There’s nothing quite like new tea towels & dishcloths or a fresh pair of oven mitts to brighten your day. Give your kitchen a simple and cost effective spring makeover with our Linen Event.

During the month of May take 20% off the regular price of any textiles from Danica's Now Designs brand. 

Colour, fashion and style all rolled into quality.

Granny always wore an apron so why shouldn't you?

Get dishcloths, tea towels, pot holders, aprons, oven mitts, tea cozies, placemats, tablecloths and more for 20% off MSRP.

Cuisipro V GratersLampe Berger Promotion

Receive a FREE 180 ml bottle of NEW 2015 fragrance by Lampe Berger one of two ways:

1. Buy any two 500 ml bottles of Lampe Berger fragrance


OR


2. Buy any in-store Lampe Berger burner

Stop by the store, we have an extensive collection of lamps and fragrances!

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Toys for the Kitchen

Hi-T Filter Tea Pot by London Pottery

The London Pottery, British designed, Hi-T Filter teapot has it all:  Non-drip spout, secure lid, generous handle for holding and a stainless steel tea infuser basket that interlocks into the pot. The lid also plays the roll of saucer for the used tea filter.

If you would like to have more than one, because it’s absolutely perfect, no problem! The teapots are stackable!

$30.00 each

Teapot

Glass Honey Jar with Dipper

Glass Honey Jar with DipperHoney is a gift from nature and it is held in high regard for its health properties and simplicity.

Treat honey, especially local honey, with pride by decanting it into this beautiful Glass Honey Jar with Silicone Dipper.

The jar holds 11 oz of liquid and is dishwasher safe. What a sweet addition to your tea party or breakfast table.

$25.00 each

Trudeau Pie Crust ShieldPie Crust Shield

Bake pies like you remember them with perfectly golden and flaky crust. This pie crust shield by Trudeau is extremely thoughtful in design which ensures you will enjoy using it.

The shield fits over 8, 9 and 10 inch pies, it’s foldable for quick peeking during baking and it locks into the folded position for compact storage.

Made of a European grade silicone. Heat resistant up to 428°F.

$18.00 each

Cuisipro Ice Cream ScoopCuisipro Ice Cream Scoop

Ice cream scooping isn't rocket science! Try this simple ice cream scoop and you'll think you are wiz.

Cuisipro Ice Cream Scoop is ergonomic, providing a secure grip and the non-stick coating releases the ice cream with ease.

Pie is just plain old pie unless you serve it a la mode. Yum!

$15.00 each

Great Taste Shopping PartyGreat Taste Shopping Party

Saturday May 23rd 5:30 – 9:30 pm,
An evening of serious shopping, tasty treats and local love!

Indulge in quality shopping time with friends
• Sample delicious tasters while you shop
• Drop by the Black Wolf Smokehouse, Bluebird Cafe, BVR, Tipsy Toad, Mill Creek Pub
or Soulyve between 4:30 - 5:30 pm or 9:30 - 10:30 pm & show your ticket for
one FREE cocktail (must be 19 or over)
• Enjoy exclusive in store promotions
• Treat yourself to a downtown limo ride
• Shop for a chance to WIN a $400 Shopping Spree
• Purchase your ticket by May 11th & enter to WIN a pocket full of downtown gift certificates PLUS these fabulous gifts:
• FREE night stay at the Best Western
• FREE limo service to and from the event
• FREE blowout at Henning Salon

$25.00 we're selling tickets at the store, stop by for one.

Rhubarb Pie

Rhubarb

Ingredients:

  • 4 cups Rhubarb washed and cubed into 1 inch pieces
  • 1 1/3 cups Granulated sugar
  • 6 Tbsp. All purpose flour
  • 1 Tbsp. Butter
  • 1 Double crust frozen pie pastry or recipe

Directions:

  1. Preheat oven to 450°F
  2. Combine flour and sugar in a bowl
  3. Sprinkle a ¼ of the flour mixture into the bottom of the pie shell. This step eliminates the soggy bottom pie
  4. Heap the rhubarb onto the flour mixture and sprinkle with the remaining flour mixture
  5. Dot with small pieces of butter
  6. Top with top pie crust
  7. Place pie on lowest oven rack, this also ensures a firm bottom crust.

Bake for 15 minutes and then reduce temperature to 350̊ F and continue baking for 40-45 minutes. Serve warm. 

We have other great recipes on our website using rhubarb:
Rhubarb and apple jam
Strawberry Rhubarb crumble
Rhubarb compote

Once a compote is made it can be kept in the refrigerator for up to a week and enjoyed in many ways.  Top ice cream or pancakes with it, or my favourite, use it to make a rhubarb crème brulee with the sauce in the bottom of the ramekin and the custard on top and proceed as for crème brulee.

Do you grow your own rhubarb?

Click to vote!

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