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Fifty percent off all Dalton-Ruhlman cooking tools for today only: use the code word gobble at checkout. Hard to believe it's been three years since my friend Mac Dalton and I introduced a small line of cooking tools. They've gotten kudos from chefs such as David Kinch and Jonathon Sawyer to Martha herself (she actually placed an order through my site). We haven't advertised these things, we haven't done any merchandising, because, well, that work gives me a headache, just not my thing, and there's too much fun stuff to do, like actually making things. That's ...UPDATE Tuesday, 12/4/13: We are working to fulfill orders placed before 12 a.m. beyond the eastern time zone. Thanks for the enthusiastic embrace cyber Monday. So grateful for everyone's excitement.
launched a small line of products in December 2010, I called it an experiment. The experiment worked, but not perfectly. The products, while of superlative quality, were nonetheless more expensive than we wanted them to be. I'm thrilled to announce that we've now cleared a threshold that has allowed us to restock our warehouse in enough quantity to lower the prices to what we've always wanted them to be. This means, for instance, that our beloved Badass Perforated (aka Egg) Spoon, which had been $33, is now $19.95. The big bundle of spoons and paddles (above), once $89 is now $59.95. We hope you'll have ...When my old friend from high school, Mac Dalton, and I
So here's the kind of Mom my wife and collaborator, Donna, is. On Saturday, at 5:30 she had just showered and was getting ready for a 6:30 party when her 17-year-old daughter asks if she, Donna, can take her to get that smart phone upgrade as hers, daughter's, is broken. The teenaged daughter is not the most appreciative member of homo sapiens, remember, and Donna would not be unreasonable to say "I'm not dressed and we're going out soon; this can wait till tomorrow," but instead, she says, "Sure, hon, but we have to hurry." Here's the kind of wife Donna is. For Mother's Day a few years ago, I bought her a really good wheelbarrow. She was ecstatic, and made googly eyes at me. I felt so lucky. A wheelbarrow! Mom's Day is important. If your wife is happy and makes you ...