Kitchen Product Reviews

Not only do we pride ourselves on carrying the highest quality kitchen products, we also love to use and test them. Here you will find some of our reviews of new and recent additions to our warehouse including cookware, kitchen cutlery, and small appliances.

MetroKitchen Welcomes Wellness Mats

by Lynn November 17, 2010

Called an anti-fatigue mat, the Wellness Mat lives up to its name. A friend who does lots of catering says that her feet and back used to kill her after 4 or 5 hours of standing.  And she’s only 30!  Now, with a Wellness mat, she’s happy (and her husband is very happy because she […]

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Form and Function Meet in Zwilling JA Henckels Twin Profection Knives

by Ron March 24, 2010

The brand new Zwilling JA Henckels Twin Profection knives is more than just another line of kitchen cutlery. They are certainly great looking thanks to renowned Italian architect and designer Matteo Thun who designed Profection cutlery. My first impression of these knives had me referring to them as the “Orient Express” of knife lines — […]

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Scanpan Non-Stick Cookware Comparison

by Ron March 19, 2010

Denmark has blessed the world with a line of non-stick cookware that will stand the test of time! While I have owned very expensive non-stick cookware in the past, none has compared to ScanPan. What makes this brand of non-stick cookware truly remarkable?

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Vitamix Review: More than Just a Blender

by Ron March 16, 2010

Of all the many brands on MetroKitchen,  I am certain that Tim Allen of “Home Improvement” fame would be all over Vitamix blenders and food processors. His comic quest for more horse power would lead him on a crash course for an appliance like Vita-Mix.  These machines have 2 plus peak horsepower and the blades spin […]

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Henckels Miyabi Knives Review

by Ron February 18, 2010

Lamborghini, Maserati, Miyabi.   While most will agree that they roll off the tongue easily, most would then sing the Sesame Street tune, “one of these things is not like the others, one of these things does not belong”.   Well, two are Italian sports cars and recently introduced Henckels Miyabi is a line of Japanese knives.   […]

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Scanpan CTX Cookware

by Danielle February 17, 2010

Scanpan CTX cookware is the first induction compatible cookware line from Scanpan. It is easy to go green with the new Scanpan cookware. Made in Denmark, the CTX non-stick surface PFOA free, safe for your food and your family. It features  a 5-ply hybrid technology — a fusion of layers of stainless steel and aluminum […]

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Age Wine in Seconds with the Clef du Vin Wine Aging Tool

by roger November 9, 2009

The Clef du Vin wine aging tool really does age wine!   I was a bit skeptical (well, actually, VERY skeptical) when I saw it demonstrated at a show.    It’s supposed to “age” a glass of wine by one year for every second you leave the key in the wine. I thought, “Yeah, right, like that’s […]

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Emile Henry Ceramic Cookware Review

by Danielle November 2, 2009

Emile Henry Flame Top cookware is my favorite new line of cookware.  I’ve always been a fan of cast iron cookware,  but my new ceramic dutch oven has opened up a whole new world for me in my kitchen.  My beautiful, yet highly functional blue Flame Top dutch oven is the most versatile, green-friendly cooking […]

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All-Clad LTD2 – The Sequel

by Danielle October 29, 2009

All-Clad, the most popular brand of cookware around the globe, has introduced a new line of cookware called All-Clad LTD2.  This new cookware collection is based on the original LTD line, but with new additional features including new d5 technology and dishwasher safe.

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Wusthof Panini Knife Review | Sharp Pick for October

by Bobby October 7, 2009

This month’s Sharp Pick is the recently introduced Wusthof Panini Knife.  The knife features a sharp, serrated edge that is perfect for slicing through toasted breads while protecting the delicious meat inside.   Like other Wusthof knives, it is forged from a single piece of steel and has in incredibly sharp, long lasting edge.  The slightly […]

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