TODAY'S FRY-DAY FEATURE IS A LITTLE SWEET:
Creating vegetable "noodles" for your Stir Fry take it from at home to restaurant quality in seconds!
My knife skills are severely lacking! These help!
Keep the theme alive with these tools!
WOK is the Cantonese word for round bottom pan. Whether you are using a high heat gas stove or electric stove, you have options!
Add some spice to your Stir Fry or dump over lettuce for an amazing salad!
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Long and straight cuts. Two different size grids for thicker or thinner fries. Mechanism and handle made cutting effortless. Suction cup on the bottom is perfect for stabilizing cutter.
Used a thin bristle brush to make sure no potato residue was in the cutting grid. Cleanup was fairly simple.
Large potatoes, sweet potatoes, root vegetables, and long zucchini or carrot sticks.
People who make a lot of fries or planning to entertain and restaurant kitchens.
Medium length cuts with a slight curve depending on vegetable size. Two different grid sizes for a thick or thin cut. Smooth and easy cutting motion.
Super simple! Pulled out the grid and gave the whole piece a quick wipe and rinse!
Smaller potatoes, zucchini segments, carrot segments, hard boiled eggs, mushrooms.
People with small kitchens and need multi-purpose items. Kids assisting with cooking due to it's light weight and plastic handle.
1 lucky retailer will be chosen at random on March 1st at 12:00 pm when the contest closes. The winner will be announced shortly after! Prize will be shipped out immediately following!
"This is a mainstay item for us! It keeps the kids occupied while mom and dad can spend time shopping. When children come in they know exactly where to go. We also sell about 6 a year and the company drop ships!" Mary Weldy Owner of Culinary Apple Chelan, WA
We at HTI Buying Group are very excited to be launching our blog and we are glad you are taking the time to check us out! For our first blog post, we wanted to give everyone a little more information on who we are, what you will see, and how you can get involved!
Who we are.
The Housewares Training & Information Group, known as HTI Buying Group, offers independent kitchenware and tabletop specialty retailers the benefits that, until now, have only been available to category killer outlets, mass merchants, and department stores - the opportunity to buy products and programs from member vendors on a corporate discount plan.
HTI brings together affiliated members to provide access to training, information and resources to improve sales and increase profits while maintaining their autonomy and independence.
You will see content from:
· KC Lapiana – President
· Karen Skalicky- VP of Member Sales
· Robert McGinnis- Customer Service & Member Sales
· Guest Post – Industry Insiders, Vendors, and More
Why we are blogging.
Keeping our members connected is one of our highest priorities! We want to provide as much housewares industry specific information as we can.
We want to make new friends in the industry, strengthen current relationships, and create a member network that is beneficial to everyone!
What our blog will be about.
Some of the things that you can look forward to seeing on our blog are:
· New/ Hot Products
· Industry Trends
· Vendor Promotions
· Retailer Stories and Accomplishments
· Retailer Merchandising and Demos
· Recipes and Food Trends
· HTI Updates and Events
· Promotions and Prizes
· Guest Bloggers/ Retailers/ Vendors/ Publications
· Trade Shows and Industry Events
· and whatever you want to see!
How you can leave feedback.
Leave us comments, send us emails, and visit with us at trade shows! We welcome all of your feedback and want to know exactly what kind of information and subjects are important to you! The more we know the more we can offer!
Again, thanks for checking us out! Stop back soon to see all of the new things we post!
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