bloodboy | Jul 15, 201805:33 AM     12

In my continual search for Made in USA kitchenware, I stumbled upon Jacob Bromwell.

I have had a look at his website and the brand itself and it looks great. It is quite expensive but it seems to be 100% made in USA which is quite important for me. I didn't see almost any threads about this brand or its products here on Chowhound yet.

Here are the items I was thinking on purchasing:
1. floor sifter (with stainless steel upgrade)

2. half sheet pan (it says cookie sheet but i think it's the same thing)

^ with heavy aluminum upgrade

3. popcorn popper (with stainless steel upgrade)

4. cooling racks (with heavy gauge steel upgrade)

5. rolling pin

6. colander (with stainless steel upgrade)


Not sure about:
o1. food processor

Will this really replace a modern electric food processor?

o2. potato baker

Anyone know how versatile a "potato baker" is or how it's used particularly?

I tried searching this item on Youtube with no luck.

o3. shedders vs grater

I'm guessing these are both basically the same thing, as is detached vs all-in-one product..?


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