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Chantal commemorated its 40th year in business with this fashionable teakettle. This kettle's ergonomic stay-cool handle fits comfortably in the hand for easy pouring while the wide flat bottom facilitates rapid boiling. Our easy-clean, high quality enamel, which is guaranteed not to fade. Enamel-on-Steel teakettles are made with magnetic carbon steel which means they will work on all cooktops including magnetic induction. Enamel is also easy to clean and the color will not fade over time. 2 qt. functional capacity. Limited warranty. May require hand protection when using a gas or professional stove.
Get a classic look that sings with the Chantal Classic Polished Stainless Tea Kettle. With its exclusive two-tone Hohner harmonica whistle, this tea kettle offers a bit of fun while serving up your favorite beverage. Featuring smooth, flat base, ergonomic handle and 1.8 quart capacity, you can serve a crowd, quickly, easily and with finesse.
This solidly built, classic-looking teakettle says you're serious about your tea. The bright stainless-steel finish makes the kettle an eye-pleasing focal point on the stovetop. Even more of an attention-getter is the two-tone harmonica whistle--an amusing reminder to the household that the water is boiling and ready to pour. The flat aluminum base ensures that water heats quickly, and the lid with its black rubber gasket keeps the heat in. The boldly curved metal handle and other metal parts can get quite warm, so use a potholder when picking the kettle up and flipping up the whistle. The lid opening is large enough to make cleaning easy. --Dale Steinke
Demonstration of the lovely sound a Chantal Enameled Harmonica Whistling teapot.
After much internal deliberation about all of the symbolic dynamics of this story that make it a controversial and provocative one, I decided that I absolutely do not give a shit if Zunera Ishaq wears her niqab in her citizenship ceremony. I think the fact that she has managed to make Stephen Harper look stupider than the two opposition leaders makes her deserve to wear it, if nothing else. Let's start by getting one thing out of the way. The reason she is allowed to wear it under the law is that she is not harming anybody else by doing so. Nobody else's rights or freedoms are impinged upon, and no undue burden is placed on the state, Yes, it does feel at first like you are being... And "cultural customs" that cause or could cause harm to free Western citizens - honour killings or genital mutilation or whatever it is, will not and cannot be defended within a Western legal framework. Niqabs and burqas are not a "gateway drug" that will plant these things at our doorstep. Just look at the Shafia family in prison. One inconvenient truth of our modern, western, liberal democracy is that we have to tolerate free expression and free speech no matter how offensive they may be. Whenever some blowhard politician starts talking about "things going too far" and... You cannot open that can of worms saying that you speak for the "majority of reasonable, common sense people" because then you arbitrarily get to decide what is acceptable and what is not. This is a slippery slope that society cannot be permitted to slide down. The gold standard we have to settle for is zero tolerance for intolerance. That is why, despite all of Bernard Drainville's resurgent demagogic drum-banging for his no-religious-symbols-in-public-spaces crusade in Quebec following the Ottawa and St-Jean-Sur-Richelieu soldier shootings and the Charlie Hebdo massacre in... Sure, the emotional appeals get momentum early on (I think "burqas" probably occupy the spot between "root canals" and "Chad Kroeger" on the "Things the general Canadian population loves" list), but the crusading turns into a massive liability as... OK, maybe some people will. But only after a five year easing in period. But only for religious symbols with this degree of ostentatiousness"). Now, as Stephen Harper doubles down on his anti-niqab position, he is taking possibly the biggest risk of his political career, as Chantal Hébert and other seasoned veteran political observers have duly noted. Because make no mistake, this is pure and simple politics. 2015 is shaping up to be a volatile and bumpy year for Canada's economy, and people out there are hurtin' pretty bad. Layoffs are mounting, real GDP growth is anemic despite a zero interest rate policy and materials, financials, and oil & gas - the cornerstone sectors of the TSX, are all susceptible to intense speculation, downward pressure, and extreme volatilty. Amidst this backdrop, the country struggles with an unimaginable housing bubble (average Canadian home price: $431,000) the feds did nothing to prevent. Median house price is $431,000, let's say the average Joe and Jill save 5% down (meaning the mortgage is now insured by the taxpayer), and now owe about $405,000. Their monthly payment is $1900 for 25 years, but the average family income is only... You see where this is going. People across Canada are awash in debt. I know its happening because I see it myself every single day. Amidst this backdrop, oil's mini-recovery in February looks to have been a head-fake following the outright crash in the commodity in Nov-Dec-Jan. So when Joe Oliver said in February that the government was "delaying the budget until April to assess the impact of low oil prices", I'm sure what he meant that he was waiting until March so he could assess when they were lower still. Source: Lacking Credentials
I sighed heavily, for instance, at the back-and-forth over the “yellow emoji” tempest-in-a-teapot among Asian texters. Yes, if you take a good look at what Apple is doing it's pretty clear the “default” yellow color of the human emoji is a reference to
The Maison & Objet fair is always a treasure trove of design novelties, ranging from tableware and decorative items to lighting and furniture. High on the list of this January's showstoppers was the collaboration between London-based designer and
With interiors that are the handiwork of sassy lingerie designer Chantal Thomass, it's no wonder the rooms at Paris's Hotel Vice Versa are sensual, seductive and sometimes downright naughty. All of the boutique hotel's 37 rooms has been uniquely
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"Steeped is smart, inventive, and most of all, inspiring.. Annelies has got me daydreaming about the possibilities of tea, from Sweet Tea Jelly on toast to California Tea Leaf Salad and Arnold Palmer Poppy Seed Muffins. This beautiful book deserves a spot next to your teacup." - Molly Wizenberg, author of A Homemade Life and Delancey Romance your oat porridge with rooibos, jazz up your brussel sprouts with jasmine, charge your horchata with masala chai! Annelies Zijderveld’s deliciously inventive tea-steeped recipes include: Matcha Chia Pudding Parfaits Earl Grey Soba Noodle Salad Green Tea Coconut Rice Chamomile Buttermilk Pudding with Caramelized Banana Earl Grey Poached Pears with Masala Chai Caramel Sauce This beautiful book will inspire you to pull out your favorite teas, fire up...
Eva Zeisel was one of the twentieth century's most influential ceramicists and designers of modern housewares. Her distinctive take on modern industrial design was inspired by organic form and brought beauty and playfulness to housewares, earning her designs a beloved place in midcentury homes. This richly illustrated volume—the first-ever complete biographical account of Zeisel's life and work—presents an extensive survey of every line she ever created, all captured in gorgeous new photography, plus 28 short essays from scholars, collectors, curators, and designers. The definitive book on the grande dame of twentieth-century ceramics, this is an essential resource for anyone who appreciates modern design.
Brighten up your kitchen table with this Fun Factory Chocolate Brown Tea Pot, made for serving tea and hot water. With its stout shape perfect for steeping, this ceramic tea pot will bring fun and joy into your home. Lid included. Microwave and dishwasher ...
Save up to 75% off on discontinued, overstocked and many one-of-a-kind, high-end kitchenware items at Chantal's Annual Warehouse Sale ... pie dishes, teakettles, teapots, mugs, fondues and utensils. Chantal only opens its doors to the Houston public ...
including fellow comedians Howie Mandel and Catherine O'Hara as well as singers Amy Sky and Chantal Kreviazuk, all contributing their artistic talents for a good cause. Each of the celebrity-designed teapots will be on display at the Petroff Gallery at ...
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Livestrong by Chantal Jasmine Tea Pot with Stainless Lid and Mesh Infuser, Glossy Golden Yellow