I really enjoy using the word “remarkable”, because every time I use or hear it I can easily break it down to ensure the word is being used correctly.

“Able to be remarked upon” – remarkable

I have collected 11 products that have been endorsed by celebrity chefs that I feel that are remarkable, in the sense that I would enjoy spreading the word about them. I initially thought that this would be an easy task. It seems that celebrity chefs are endorsing everything under the sun recently.

I was wrong, it was harder than I thought to find well built quality products with sound design features. But I found a few.

Paula Deen Signature Pantryware Wooden Round 2-Compartment Salt Box

This is a really simple item for any chef to have on hand. With the varieties of salt on the market today and the price that some of the afford, this wooden salt box would be fun to have on the kitchen table, in the kitchen, or even bring to dinner with you to add seasoning to your food. $14.99

Gordon Ramsay by Royal Doulton 14-Piece Knife Block Set

This is a really stylish knife block and set of basic chef knives. These knives are top quality. The knife block is made out of beechwood and the knives from English stainless steel, I’m sure Gordon wouldn’t have it any other way. $325


Mario Batali Cookware Classic Enamel Cast Iron Lasagna/Roaster Dish – Chianti

The best of both worlds, enamel and cast iron. Rachel Ray makes this pretty ceramic lasagna pan, but it’s shape is without function. The shape of this dish is perfect and so are the materials used to make it. This is probably one of the best all-purpose oven ready pans on the market. $100

Bobby Flay 3-pc. Mixing Bowl Set

I hunted far and wide, but this is the only item from Bobby Flays collection that I thought was worth to mention. Stainless Steel Mixing Bowls with Rubber Grips on the Bottom, every kitchen needs these. This is about the only way to whisk an egg with one hand while talking on the cell phone with your other hand. $60

Gordon Ramsay by Royal Doulton Stainless-Steel 10-Piece Cookware Set

Gordon Ramsay has the finest quality collection of endorsed products I have seen. The saute pans in this set have a unique shape that I believe would be a joy to use. They are deep and the sides are more of a sharp angle with not much for a rounded lip. These pots are meant to last. $660

Rachael Ray Bench Scrape Shovel in Red

Rachel Rays collection does fill a certain niche. It is more for people who desire abstract designs and bright colors in their kitchen. This Bench Scraper is both of those, yet very functional, the lips on the sides is the secret. $8

Guy Fieri ER 28 Knuckle Sandwich Chef’s Knife, 8-Inch Blade, Made of High Carbon German Stainless Steel

This knife is just bada##. Guy Fieri has a knife collection called Knuckle Sandwich, and everyone of them look great. This would make a great everyday chef knife to have in the kitchen. $52

Wolfgang Puck 10″ Round Grill Pan

This is a simple 10″ pan from Wolfgang Puck, but it has ridges in it for the purpose of sort of grilling on your stove top. This is perfect for bachelor who wants to cook up a single piece of salmon or tuna for dinner. $30

Miyabi Morimoto Edition 8-Inch Chef Knife

This knife Endorsed by Miyabi Morimoto and made by Zwilling J.A. Henckels is the perfect blend of Japanese steel manufacturing and western ergonomics. $100

Madeira Mario Batali M-10 End Grain Teak Chop Block, Large

This is a beautiful cutting board that is meant to last. And everyone needs a huge chop block in there kitchen at some point. Mario Batali did it right with this end grain teak chop block . $63

Emeril E914SC64 PRO-CLAD Tri-Ply Stainless Steel 12-Piece Cookware Set, Silver

Emeril has designed a set of pots and pans for the working man. Affordable yet great design and quality. This is a great starter set for newly weds or divorcees. $300

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