Mathilde E. Heuck, a renowned cook and homemaker, once traveled the world seeking ideas and recipes to improve the American kitchen. In 1922, she finally found the kind of brilliant idea she was looking for. Taking a few nails and a piece of string from her husband’s tool box, Mathilde created the famous Heuck Turkey Lacer. This innovation made the preparation of delicious poultry dressing easier for cooks and homemakers everywhere. Millions of Turkey Lacers have been sold over the years, making it one of Heuck’s most popular products.
Since it’s establishment in 1922, M. E. Heuck Co. has expanded its product line to include more than 500 separate items. Each of these products were designed with Mathilde’s original mission in mind -- to simply improve the American kitchen. Their product line includes a variety of popular items including: non-stick and stainless cookware, kitchen tools and gadgets, nutcrackers, seafood items, and Fall seasonal offerings.
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Heavy gauge 18/10 stainless steel construction. Gentle, rounded
shapes for effective and efficient mixing. Easy grip handles allow for a variety of angles. Lifetime warranty. Dishwasher safe, but hand washing is recommended. Product weight: 7 lbs
Set includes: 0.75 Quarts, 1.5 quarts, 3 quarts,
5 quarts and 8 quarts euro mixing bowls. Brushed exterior finish with polished interior. Material: Stainless steel. Full capacity. Easy nesting from minimum storage. 12.25" H x 12.25" W x 6.25" D, ...
This set of six prep bowls comes included
with the Stages 33 In. and 45 In. Sinks. Based on the mise en place method of cooking used in restaurants, the prep bowls allow the user to gather all their ingredients ...