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About John Boos

Conrad Boos founded this kitchen-products company — named after his son, John — in Effingham, Illinois, in 1887. A blacksmith by trade, Conrad preferred to straighten horseshoes on sycamore tree blocks that he had a local mill create, as he found the wood absorbed the shock of his hammer. The town butcher noticed this innovation and asked for a similar block for his meat market. Thus farriery gave way to food service, and now John Boos makes kitchen supplies for chefs like Charlie Trotter and Food Network stars Mario Batali and Emeril Lagasse. Butcher blocks are still on the menu, but the company also offers cutting boards, carts, compartment sinks and bar stools in food service-grade stainless steel and, where appropriate, northern hard rock maple.

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Sale Ended March 07, 2014

Up to 70% Off: Kitchen Must Haves Feat. Kyocera

This sale includes a wide range of all things kitchen, with one goal: To get you set for culinary success.

Sale Ended September 22, 2011

BergHOFF - 9/19/2011

From a nifty wine cooler to a practical induction stove, these kitchen tools have a sleek, industrial flair. And the utensil sets make for truly amazing gifts—like the Tub of Tools, a treasure trove of kitchen essentials, and the BBQ case, which is packed with over thirty grilling accoutrements.

Sale Ended April 07, 2014

The Chef's Kitchen Feat. Mauviel & WMF

Get inspired in the kitchen again: We’ve got everything you need in this sale — from food-prep tools to stylish accents — that’ll bring out your inner chef, and get you to try that recipe you’ve been putting off.

Sale Ended August 16, 2012

Brooklyn Brownstone

An updated-classic look that’s sophisticated yet eminently livable: That’s the look that defines the modern-day Brooklyn brownstone. We’ve put together a selection of furnishings, bedding, lighting, art, and accents that are inspired by this aesthetic. Each piece is distinguished by its attention to detail, texture, and structure.

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