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August 18, 2006

 

Quickie: The Kitchen Engine

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[The Inlander] "A newly opened shop in Spokane's Flour Mill, The Kitchen Engine, has gadgets for every culinary requirement. The gourmet kitchen supply shop features cookware, dinnerware and utensils, as well as bulk coffee beans, teas and spices in a Tuscan atmosphere.

'Everyone's been asking about another kitchen store here since the Copper Colander closed a few years ago,' says co-owner Vicky Frickle. 'So our family decided to open a personable kitchen shop with great customer service and reasonable prices.'

Walk through the shop's doors and you're greeted by an Aero-Garden display of lettuce and herbs next to the full Mario Battali line of utensils (from basting brushes to extra wide spatulas) in orange, olive and brown. Straight ahead is the Steven Raichlen barbecuing area, including wood for smoking. Nearby, bright Emile Henry bakeware and dishes in primary colors made of durable French clay can go right from the freezer to the oven or microwave, Frickle says."

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