Favorite Finds at IH+HS 2016

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We couldn't wait to share our IH+HS experience with you so we are back to the blog early!

With Chicago already behind us, take a look at some of our favorite finds from the IH+HS show!

Just a small selection of many amazing products!

Robert's Finds

Progressive Prep Solutions Veggie Pasta Maker: Change from ribbon to noodle slices with just the flick of a switch and it opens for cleaning! 

Joseph Joseph Intelligent Waste System: A sleek looking unit for organizing and consolidating trash and recyclables. Perfect for an apartment or small home! 

Tovolo 2-In-1 Kiwi Tool: I can finally eat more kiwi now that prepping them will be quick and easy. Just in time for spring cocktails too!

Messermeister Messenger Bag in Grey: Perfect gift for a chef, home cook, or really anyone else! Comes in light grey and dark grey. I may not carry knives around but it will be perfect for my Ipad!

Staub in White: White is my ultimate fear because I am a very messy cook but these pieces are incredibly stylish, sleek, and modern! They mix well with glass and metal  for serving and will make any table look magazine worthy. 

Kuhn Rikon Stay Clean Scrubber: Coolest feeling sponge! Just get your customers to touch one and they will sell themselves! Really hope they come out in Black and Grey! I would like a giant one to lay on. 

Magisso Tea Cups: It's hard to beat Scandinavian design! They will be a great conversation piece when entertaining and perfect for tea and a Netflix binge on a rainy spring day.  

Whisk's gia Banner: A great honor for two amazing people with an incredible store! 

Karen's Finds

Anchor Hocking 2 & 4 Cup Kitchen Storage Teal Lid: Microwaveable, dishwasher and oven safe. Perfect size for left overs.

Lipper The Rolling Drawer Space Saver: This organizer moves with ease and allows the appliance to move out from under the cupboard when stored to fully functioning when out on the counter top.

Wusthof "Zest" Colored paring knives: I love that these parers are made in Solingen, Germany with German Steel. The handles are ergonomic and functional in design.

What was your favorite product at the Chicago show? Tell us below!