They say that the kitchen is the heart of the home. And we have to believe it’s true. Whether small or large, the kitchen is the hub of the home. The kitchen is where the “spark” happens. It’s where the food is cooked. And if you are hoping to maximize your meals and cooking experience you should invest on some good quality utensils and cutlery sets for your kitchen. Proper cookware will reduce cooking times, use less energy and cook food more evenly.


Best online marketplaces for kitchen wares


Nowadays everywhere we look there’s someone telling us to buy their product that will supposedly make our lives easier.  Here is a list of online stores for kitchenware, in no particular order. So whether you’re looking for a benchtop, chef’s knife or that whatchamacallit that does that thing, look here first. These shops often have sales, so check around for the best price.


Huge selection of all major brands. Carries cookware, cutlery, tools, appliances, cookbooks, and more. Also has a wedding registry. The website has a very handy interactive selection guide that helps narrow your search for cookware and cutlery. 100% satisfaction guarantee.


Hayneedle is a fantastic store for finding great deals on kitchen appliances, cookware, gadgets, and tools! You will find all the big name brands here – KitchenAid, Cuisinart, Waring Pro, Vita-Mix, Le Creuset, Nordic Ware, Calphalon, All-Clad, Wusthof, Shun, Global, and tons more.

Be sure to check out their Sale & Clearance section for huge discounts on name brand kitchen gear!


A foodie website created by journalists Amanda Hesser and Merrill Stubbs in 2009.  Recently they have made the foray into the retail business with their Provisions by Food52 shop, a gourmet food and kitchen store.

They have a wonderful selection of absolutely gorgeous cookware (seriously, they are true works of art) – all carefully chosen and tested by the staff. The prices are generally very reasonable. Many of the items are…


If you need a serious blender, Blendtec is the way to go. Powerful machines that do dozens of jobs in the kitchen, they are very well made and will last for years.


Michael Ruhlman is a well-known food writer that has created a very nice kitchen shop that contains beautiful cooking tools, many of his design.

His offset spoons are very handy for cooking on the stove and the perforated egg spoon is perfect for poached eggs.


Epicurious, the recipe website, has a wonderful online kitchen store full of all the cooking essentials from high-end manufacturers – All-Clad, Cuisinart, KitchenAid, Wusthof, Vitamix, Le Creuset, Viking, and Waring.

Check out the tab ‘Epicurious Picks’ for great recommendations on some of the coolest tools and appliances for your kitchen.


Wonderful handcrafted kitchen tools and items made in the USA. This little factory in Tennessee has been making fine old-fashioned metal crafted products since 1819. You will find useful kitchen tools that are a dream to use and will last a lifetime. Flour sifters, chestnut roasters, popcorn poppers, colanders, cookie sheets, baking pans, and much more can be found here – including a range of copper items.


OpenSky is a new kind of shopping experience. The company tailors product recommendations to each customer making it personal and unique. They have a wide selection of cooking tools and gourmet foods recommended to you by celebrity foodies like Bobby Flay, Ming Tsai, and Tom Colicchio. Products are constantly changing and the free membership gives you the sense that you are part of a private club.


Chef’s has a wide assortment of kitchen tools, cookware, and bakeware. They carry all the major brands. They also have a good selection of small appliances. Chef’s offers a 100% guarantee on all their products.


If you like modern design, check out Posh365.  They have some very sleek, functional kitchen tools that are also very beautiful. Cool designs for your kitchenware as well as your dining room area.


Global Sugar Art is a great place to find pastry tools, cake decorating supplies, and sugar work equipment.  Pastry bags, rollers, stencils, fondant, sugar decorations, molds, boards, cake pans, stands, airbrush equipment, scales and loads of every imaginable pastry tool out there.


Le Creuset is some of the finest cookware in the world. Enameled cast iron by  Le Creuset is beautiful, lasts a lifetime, and is fantastic to bake or cook with. Check out their website for all their current products and color lines.


Sous Vide cooking is the hottest thing in the food world right now.  The method of gently cooking foods that have been sealed in an airtight container inside a water bath results in very flavorful and moist dishes.  Requiring special equipment, this wonderful method has been only the domain of high-end restaurants, Now, however, there are sous vide machines for the home at much lower cost. SousVide Supreme makes some of the best.


Yes, the Food Network has their very own website devoted to selling the best in culinary products. You will find every piece of cookware or kitchen tool you need here, in all of the major brands. Their prices are actually quite reasonable and they often have sales. You will also find the signature cookware lines of many of the food personalities on the Food Network


At Williams-Sonoma, you will find a good selection of kitchen tools and cookware. They seem to focus on the entertaining aspect of cooking, so you’ll find a nice selection of dinnerware, serving platters, and utensils. You can also find some delicious specialty foods here, although they tend to be overpriced. Williams-Sonoma has several stores across the country, so look for one in your city.


If you need baking supplies or tools, The Baker’s Catalogue is sure to have what you need. Top quality tools and great ingredients are what they sell with lots of personal services. They are a Vermont company and home to King Arthur Flour, one of the favorite brands.


Huge selection of tools, kitchen appliances, cookware, and bakeware. What I like about Cutlery and More is their great selection within each category. For example, if you’re looking for a whisk, you can find almost 50 different whisks to choose from. If you are a picky shopper like I am, options are good.