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Clementine’s Owner John David Babcock Dies
David Babcock, founder and owner of gourmet kitchen store Clementine’s in Del Rey Oaks, Calif., and Brinton’s in Carmel before that, died Aug. 3.Babcock’s career started at a young age at the local Moose Lodge where his parents John and Barbara Babcock were active members. Before Clementine’s, he managed the private Quail Creek Ranch Equestrian estate. Babcock moved on to the California Culinary Academy College of Food, first as a student and then as an instructor. He finished his education with two years in Paris at the prestigious Le Cordon Bleu culminating in the Grand Diplôme Patisserie, for which he ...
Kitchenwares on the Square Moves to Bigger Location
Kitchenwares on the Square in the historic Town Square of McKinney, Texas, is moving to a new and larger location due to its resounding success at the flagship store, which opened in 2011.Customers have come from all over north Texas and southern Oklahoma to visit the only independently owned kitchenware store in the north Dallas/Fort Worth area, according to a company statement.The new shop, located at 213 East Louisiana St. in McKinney, features a storefront three times the size of the original location on Kentucky Street. The new location is still in the historic Town Square less than a block ...
Celebrity Chef Curtis Stone Launches Kitchenware Line at Target
Target Australia will launch a new affordable kitchenware line from celebrity chef Curtis Stone beginning Sept. 25, according to The Daily Mail (London).The 80-piece collection of cookware and tableware for Target, which includes items from a $100 cutting workbench said to reduce food preparation time with its built-in slide-out storage and a $60 sleek oil pourer made of polished stainless steel, to items such as bowls, cups and saucers for under $10.The exclusive housewares collection is part of the giant retailer’s Designers for Target program.“As a chef, I’ve always had the luxury of working in professional kitchens, where I have ...
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