We were pretty fortunate to get to take a first hand look at Gordan Ramsay’s new Cookware line for Kmart in person this past week. Not only were we surprised at how expansive the collection is, we were/are totally psyched about the price points. We are all about showing you ladies where to get a good deal, especially on things we can use around the ol’ house. Gordan’s new line is just that, affordable and useful.
I am sure you all know who Gordan Ramsay is but if you live under a rock (winky face), he happens to be a “celebrity” chef who made his name for himself on “Hell’s Kitchen” and as the “Master Chef” judge with what is called a take no prisoners approach to constructive criticism… but let’s face it. He is totally likable.
In today’s economy, Gordan wanted to collaborate with Kmart to bring his expertise to our kitchens. I don’t know about you ladies, but I am not going out to eat as much as I used to. It is so much more affordable and well, rewarding to cook and create at home. Gordan had just this in mind when bringing some pretty awesome cooking/creating tools to Kmart.
“Cooking is my passion,” said Ramsay. “It’s great to be able to provide quality products to everyone, from the novice to the advanced. Many of my fans have been seeking advice for some time on how to help transform their home cooking into more of a fine-dining experience. By developing this collection, I can make the right tools available to them- and, in working with Kmart, I can guarantee each product is being offered at an accessible price.” Gordon, we totally appreciate it. You can find the Gordan Ramsay Cookware line in stores as well as online. What are you going to get?!
About Gordon Ramsay
Ramsay, though born in Scotland, was raised in England, where he earned a university degree in hotel management. His first wholly owned restaurant, Gordon Ramsay, established in London in 1998, was awarded three Michelin stars within three years of its launch. Since then, Ramsay and his team launched some of London’s most high-profile restaurants, including Gordon Ramsay at Claridge’s, Pétrus and the Savoy Grill, and more recently maze and maze Grill, Plane Food at Heathrow T5, York & Albany and the Narrow in Limehouse. In 2003 Gordon launched his first international restaurant, Verre, located in the Dubai Hilton Creek Hotel. Gordon Ramsay Holdings is now involved in a number of restaurants across the globe including in New York, Los Angeles, Tokyo, Dublin, Doha, Paris, Tuscany, Sardinia and Melbourne. Gordon has also become a star of the small screen both in the U.K. and internationally with shows such as “Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares,” “The F Word” and “Hell’s Kitchen USA.” 2010 saw the broadcast of three new television programs; “MasterChef” in America and “Ramsay’s Best Restaurants” and “Christmas with Gordon” in the U.K. Gordon has also published a number of hugely successful books including his autobiography, Humble Pie, which became a bestseller. His most recent recipe books, Ramsay’s Best Menus and Christmas with Gordon, were published by Quadrille in September and November 2010 respectively.
Kmart, a wholly owned subsidiary of Sears Holdings Corporation (NASDAQ: SHLD), is a mass merchandising company that offers customers quality products through a portfolio of exclusive brands that includes Jaclyn Smith, Joe Boxer, County Living, Route 66 and Smart Sense. For more information visit the company’s website at www.kmart.com or the Sears Holdings Corporation website at www.searsholdings.com.
About Sensio Inc.
Sensio Inc. is a leading manufacturer of specialty kitchen appliances designed with the most advanced features and professional quality. The company has developed, manufactured, distributed and marketed small kitchen appliances and consumer products for more than six years. Sensio’s brand BELLA is a leader in the home entertainment and novelty appliance categories. In addition, by partnering with world-renowned brands such as the celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay and the Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf, Sensio will offer newer and innovative products for the home including its new single-serve platform.