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cookware

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Eva Solo Gravity Cookware sends cleaning into orbit

Eva Solo Gravity Cookware comes in a variety of sizes. The pots and pans have a special lid that has multiple uses.

By March 3, 2015

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Twiztt solves a cookware puzzle

There's a lot going on here and it all fits together. The Twiztt Cut, Cook & Serve Set consists of kitchen gear that gets put to use every day.

By October 12, 2012

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Thermador opens up the induction cooktop

The Thermador Freedom Induction Cooktop offers intuitive control with maximum flexibility. Cookware of any shape can be placed anywhere on the cooking surface.

By January 8, 2012

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All the cookware you could want

The MSR Flex 4 System Cookset brings together all the basics necessary for cooking, and even made them stackable.

By August 22, 2009

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Age-old cookware for the modern cook

Everything old is new again, and soapstone, a material used for cookware in the Stone Age, is back in the kitchen.

By June 4, 2009

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Copper cookware: More than just pretty pots

Copper cookware offers real cooking benefits for dedicated chefs.

By November 4, 2008

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Dishwasher thinks inside the box

The Fagor Dishwasher Storage Cooking Design Center lifts the dishwasher off the ground, integrating it directly into a storage tower. Room is also provided for everything from flatware to cookware.

By July 15, 2010

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Short Take: Tavolo cuts staff

Tavolo, an online gourmet food and cookware store, said it has reduced its staff for the second time in three months. Chief executive Kevin Appelbaum said that between the two rounds of layoffs, Tavolo has cut its work force in half. Appelbaum said Tavolo has enough money to last a year. The cuts were made to help prepare for what the company expects could be a prolonged market slump.

By November 17, 2000

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Corning becomes largest supplier of fiber-optic wires

The company, which sold its cookware business in 1998, has become the world's largest supplier of fiber-optic wires and the cabling that sheaths them, analysts say.

July 25, 2000