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Kyocera is showcasing new kitchen gadgets that utilize its signature ceramic technology at the International Home + Housewares Show. In addition, James Beard-award winning Chef Ming Tsai will join Kyocera Advanced Ceramics at the 2012 Show to continue his endorsement of the company's culinary products.
He will offer cooking tips and sign his cookbooks at the Kyocera booth on Sunday, March 11 from 10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
“The first time I picked up a ceramic knife, I immediately fell in love with the incredibly sharp edge, balanced design and how it stays sharp chop after chop and slice after slice,” said Tsai.
In addition to featuring Chef Tsai, Kyocera is showcasing how it continues to expand its ceramic technology into new kitchenware areas at its Housewares Show booth, as well as adding enhancements to existing product lines.
New for Kyocera this year is the Everything Ceramic Mill, and a new widely adjustable mandoline that touts “no set-up” convenience and can handle larger foods such as lettuce and cabbage.
Hawthorne Gilt is new from Caskata’s luxury line Insignia C, and features jewelry-inspired bands of weaves and crosshatches in a matte gold color way. The dinnerware is bone china, and it is made in the USA.