Sur La Table

Step into Sur La Table and you’ll find yourself in a culinary paradise with over 12,500 items from essentials to hard-to-find specialty tools. Scores of springerle molds. A concerto of copper cookware. A rainbow of table linens. Egg cups aplenty. A virtual tornado of whisks, mixers, blenders and spatulas. Bakers’ dozens of pastry tips and brushes. A Pyrenees of paella pans. Graters, zesters and mashers galore. Knives large, small and in-between. Tea sets for a teddy bear picnic. These are just a few of the terrific items that cooks and professional chefs will find at Sur La Table.

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8 hours ago

Sur La Table

Nonstick pan goals! Inspired by our roots in French cooking and informed by nearly five decades in the kitchen, our La Marque 84 nonstick pans are super durable and make cleanup easy. Shop the La Marque 84 nonstick collection: bit.ly/2R1yX9c ... See MoreSee Less

Nonstick pan goals! Inspired by our roots in French cooking and informed by nearly five decades in the kitchen, our La Marque 84 nonstick pans are super durable and make cleanup easy. Shop the La Marque 84 nonstick collection: http://bit.ly/2R1yX9c

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Foodie sites are most welcome The Global Family Cook Book Anyone may join You are invited to join. Imagine an interactive group where you can upload and download recipes from other members around the world. Make new friends and discuss recipe versions. Foods are affected by culture, tradition and religion. Join and speak to people about how food influences different parts of there lives. Eat the foods that are brought to you from every part of the world. Anyone may join our group www.facebook.com/groups/2352720271452449/ There are also our DVD cook books that are based upon the group and uses the same type of creation capabilities as the group. The DVD’s can also be used for any other food group and recipe fb pages. the-global-family-cook-book.square.site/s/shop 1. (Our Family Cook Book DVD) 2. (The Hunters Guide to Wild Game Recipes DVD) 3. (The Fisherman's Guide to Cooking) 4. (Home Cooking for Your Pet DVD) To insure that the group functions well, it is dependent upon each member. That is why it is important. Members can post their own recipes, family recipes, friends recipes and recipes that you find on the internet. Members can download recipe files for their personal cook books or copy and past recipe posts as well as the pictures. Then use the files and copied posts to paste into your own Microsoft Word .docx file or an Adobe Reader .pdf file. The object is for people around the world to share their family recipes and bring our global neighbors closer. So please copy and paste the web address above and share it with all your friends and family, we as a community need to spread the word. There is an online language translation web site that you can access with your web browser that is recommended at: imtranslator.net/translation/โ€ฆ/to-german/translation/ If you find that you need to translate posts from others of different countries. Save this web site to your favorites toolbar for easy access. You will not only find it fun, but possibly educational as you build your own family cook book. Good to know: 1. Be sure to read all the announcements in the announcement section to better understand how the group functions. 2. You should use .jpg files for pictures as they are PC and Mac friendly. 3. You may post recipes as a normal post with a picture. 4. You may attach a recipe as a Microsoft Word .docx file or an Adobe Reader .pdf file. 5. On the Global Family Cook Book page, scroll all the way down to the first and second posts, these are example posts to show how this group will operate. Attached to the very first posts in this group are the instructions on how to build your cook book. Posts following the first post will have file attachments to download and use within the cook book and then finally recipes that are attached or written as a posts from group members. Use the File Tab Try the files area in The Global Family Cook Book to create your own Family Cook Book and their is also the Family history section. Use the internet to discover your own Family Tree and History? The files are in Microsoft Word format and in Adobe .PDF format. You can download a file and also create your own recipe files to upload and post. EDUCATION IS KEY This is a food group and foods are effected by Nationality, Culture, Customs and Religions. Although religious and business posts are not allowed, all religions are respected. The foods created by Nationality, Culture, Customs, Religions and the history behind the food are welcome. So post a recipe and below the recipe a history of and/or the origin of the food. This serves as a way to educate others in how foods came to be and is a very welcome addition to this group.

1 day ago

Sur La Table

Hello, citrus season! ๐Ÿ‹ Zest up your table with a beautiful lemon pattern inspired by Sicilian citrus groves. Complete the look with blue hues, fresh lemons, and matching napkins. Shop our Limone Collection: bit.ly/37gCAh6 ... See MoreSee Less

Hello, citrus season! ๐Ÿ‹ Zest up your table with a beautiful lemon pattern inspired by Sicilian citrus groves. Complete the look with blue hues, fresh lemons, and matching napkins. Shop our Limone Collection: http://bit.ly/37gCAh6

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Very pretty!!

Love this!!!!

2 days ago

Sur La Table

Dinner goals! Olive and Artisan shows us how to make her favorite couscous dish, Spiced Couscous with Chicken and Lime, in the Zwilling Clad X3 Skillet. Watch now:

Get the recipe: bit.ly/2NRwNY0
Shop the ZWILLING J.A. Henckels USA Clad X3 Skillet: bit.ly/2TV4rjd
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Looks delicious ๐Ÿ˜‹

Yum! Olive and Artisan has the best recipes ๐Ÿ™Œ๐Ÿผ

This looks sooo delicious โฃ๏ธโฃ๏ธ

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