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With over 50 years of service, Kitchen Charm strives to furnish every kitchen in America with the finest kitchen supplies. Kitchen Charm employs over 350 people and is represented by over 2,200 independent distribution companies throughout North America.
Each one of our products is designed to offer a unique method of cooking that expands the nutritional value and flavor of your foods. We look forward to supplying your household with a Grade A dining experience.
My fiance and I were one of the couples that won the drawing for a private show by Kitchen Charm. The guy was talking to us about the cookware and we were watching it as everything was cooking and it smelled amazing. It was really great. I found out later on that my sister has them too. I called her and told her that I spent $2,000 on pots and she asked if it was Kitchen Charm. She said that she's had the cookware for the last seven years and that they've been amazing and that I'm going to enjoy them.
We bought the six-piece set with some of the mixing bowls. We had quite a few pots that we replaced just with that set. There was no point in having them. The cookware is easy to clean and I couldn't be more satisfied with them. They're beyond our expectations. I like that we could just set the cookware and forget it. Originally, I was not looking to buy them and was trying to figure out a way not to get them. But my fiance was looking at me like, "Can we please? Can we please?" I'm glad we got them and we tell our friends that they're awesome.
Derrica, We so happy that you enjoy cooking with your Kitchen Charm Cookware. It's an amazing story that your sister had purchased them years before you. We're pleased that you appreciate the quality and the ease of cooking and cleaning, that's our goal. The Customer Care Team
I was trying to get a new set and I was already looking at a similar brand that had the non-toxins with the pans. Then we came across Kitchen Charm at a wedding show, and it was a good deal compared to the other company, so we went with them. We have had our cookware for three months now, and so far it has worked well. One of the pans, however, seemed to stick although it was not supposed to. I have to watch the video more to make sure that we are doing things right. I hope they will last like they said that they will.
We went to a dinner for two and we heard there about Kitchen Charm. My fiance wanted it, and we have had it for four months now. It is high quality and it cooks pretty good food -- mostly we cooked chicken, potatoes and veggies all at the same time, and a little bit of water in there. She likes it. Also, I really like the knives as they are super sharp. If you like good food, buy Kitchen Charm.
I like cooking and I needed a kitchen set. I got tired of buying cheap pots and pans, and I decided to try Kitchen Charm. I liked that I was able to finance it, unlike some other places where it's a little bit harder to get a nice kitchen set without paying it in full retail price. I have the cookware since January or December and I like everything about it in general. It's easy to clean and I haven't had a problem with it so far. If anybody asks me about it, I'd tell them to ask my brother. He's going to school for culinary arts and he knows about Kitchen Charm and their high quality products.
My fiancée and I were at a wedding fair and we got a dinner for two. We’ve won a dinner for two and Kitchen Charm did their pitch to us. I fell in love with the cookware and it's a need for us to start our lives together so we have a good cookware now. I like the way that the cookware was built and it seemed relatively easy to care for as well as it’s gonna last for a long time. We've owned the cookware for six months now and I like the whistles that are on there. It lets me know the food’s ready and helps out with the timing. It heats up real evenly so it cooks everything nicely even, and not getting one part hot and another part cold.
I really like the overall good quality of the cookware. The only real downside is every so often, I have to clean it with a special stainless steel cleaner to keep it from looking tarnished. They provided us a little sample bag of the stainless steel cleaner so I have to go find some, but they have their recommendations. Other than that, it’s a learning curve and it's good.
I really like the Kitchen Charm knife set and it is way better than anything I've had. I also have some Kitchen Charm pots and pans for 3 months now and they're really good quality. Everything seems to be working good and they have definitely helped out a lot on the speed of cooking. Now, cooking is a lot easier and the clean-up is not too bad. Also, the lids having the little temperature gauge are super convenient.
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My fiance was at one of the bridal shows and she signed up for something with Kitchen Charm. Then we got the phone call and the text thing from their reps inviting us to listen to them, so we did. They offered a free vacation voucher and we ended up buying the cookware that's four inches deep. So they gave us the vacation offer, as well as champagne flutes. We have the cookware for somewhere between four and six months now and it has taken a little bit of getting used to. We tried to make steaks with dry rub on it and we left the steak on there for the allotted amount of time. But we thought it didn't look done enough, when it was, so we didn't take the steak off yet, and it turned out pretty bad. The dry rub stuck to the bottom of the cookware and my fiance scrubbed on it for about four days straight. It was very difficult to clean but we finally got all of it off.
My fiancée needed new pots and pans, so I decided to go ahead and get her something nice. Kitchen Charm's product is decent and it cooks well. We've owned it for few months and I like that it cooks everything evenly. We also got some knives and flatware and they're very good. The knives are decently sharp. I'd highly recommend Kitchen Charm. It's a lifelong investment and it's something that others should take the time on to purchase.
Kitchen Charm makes good stuff. I like their products and they'd be good to have. My fiance and I thought Kitchen Charm cookware would be a good investment. We've had our own Kitchen Charm cookware for 2 months now and the quality of all the items is good. They're great, sturdy, and don't feel cheap when I use them. Also, the skillet is easy to use and easy to clean up.
If you like cooking with the best product, use Kitchen Charm. My fiancée saw a presentation on Facebook and also because of the quality sell, we got our own Kitchen Charm cookware. It was a great presentation and we had a lot fun. I have been using the cookware ever since we got them a few months ago and I have no complaints at all. We also got the bulk they sent to us a couple of weeks ago. For a lot of products like non-stick and stainless steel, we have to scrape the bottom of the pot. But the Kitchen Charm is really non-stick and there's no problem getting food off. Also, the whole pan heats and it evenly cooks, which I like. So, I’m satisfied with it.
Dexter, thank you for taking the time to review your Kitchen Charm Cookware, we're pleased that you find it to be the best cookware product. Enjoy your cooking, The Customer Care Team
We needed some cookware and Kitchen Charm did the demonstration. It was convincing so we decided to get an 11-piece set. We also got the baking set and the serving set. I like its whistles on top and that I get up the temperature fast. The quality seems good too. We use them every day and they've held up well. Kitchen Charm is very good. It's very expensive but, so far, it's been worth it.
My mother had a similar type of cookware as Kitchen Charm's which lasted for 20 plus year. My fiance and I went to a meet-and-greet type of thing where they played everything about the cookware. It seemed like it was a lot of money. It was the same deal when my mom bought hers which lasted for so long but it made sense. You invest in what's best for you. It's great quality. So far, I've kept it in a box. I'm waiting until we move and get married. However, if they could cut down on the prices just a little bit that would make it easier and would've been more economical. I could see other people probably buying it if it was a little bit more reasonable in price.
We purchased a Kitchen Charm pan, which we have had for five months now. We like using it as a steamer for vegetables and feel good about its quality. The price is a little high, but it is a good pan and you get what you pay for.
We have the generic branded cookware and it all works well enough, but we wanted to see the difference and have a first-hand test of the Kitchen Charm products. We've had our cookware for five months now and so far, I like that I can cook meat without any extra oil or cooking spray, and just leave them there like pot roast or chicken. It has been really nice. The cookware is sturdy, too, and we’ve had no problems so far. It hasn’t stained yet, and there are no scratches, so I’m happy. It is pricey but worth the investment.
We did not have a full set so we went with Kitchen Charm two months ago. My fiance uses it and she says that stuff sticks to it pretty often. Some of our other pots and pans are non-stick, so she is not used to being sticky. Kitchen Charm can give both sides of the cookware in the presentations. Nevertheless, the customer service was good because we received some broken plates and so we sent them back and they sent us some brand new ones and the quality seems pretty high.
We got invited to one of the seminars of Kitchen Charm after visiting a Bridal Fair. We weren’t looking for any kitchenware then, but when we went to the seminar, they convinced us that it was a good purchase. Also, its longevity was a big thing so we decided to buy it. So far, we've owned it for a few months now. My favorite thing is it cooks all the way around without having to cook from the bottom up, almost like a pressure cooker. The dishes cooked with Kitchen Charm was probably the best dishes I’ve ever had. We’re going to put it on our bridal registry and then have people donate to that so we can pay off our old stuff and start getting new stuff. So far, it has been a really good experience and the quality was excellent. I would recommend it to anyone looking to get new kitchenware.
I liked the presentation of Kitchen Charm and I bought the cookware six months ago. But I am not happy with the pans. The quality of the cookware is mediocre and they were supposed to be non-stick but they were not. It was not worth the $2,000 we paid for them. If I hadn't used them and could return them, I would. I won't recommend Kitchen Charm.
My fiance attended a wedding expo, and Kitchen Charm had a booth and they invited her. The warranty that they offered and the prices stood out. We bought the cookware back in November and we like the reliability and dependability. Also, it's easy to cook with, doesn't take a lot of prep to work it, and it's spacious. I'd definitely recommend it. It's a good investment given the high quality that it lasts a long period of time.
Yea this will be a long one! Buckle up. I live in Florence, KY, went to a show with Tom Nichols and his wife. Conveniently she didn't leave a name. Well we listened to the beautiful show they had, fell for the lines, the comparisons, the bull they fed us. And that's exactly what it was... Bull. We were told that it was not pulling our credit and that they would ship our products out in 10-12 business days. They threw in a knife set, everything.
15 business days later I call and they tell me it never shipped because of credit issues. My down payment went from $94 to $840... When I mentioned how they said it doesn't pull credit they said. "Uh yes it does". So they lied to every couple there. What a crock of lies man. I'm very pissed. I waited for something that never came. I said I couldn't afford the $840 and they said oh spread it over 9 months and BOOM then it'll ship out??? Yea like I will ever believe that. Kitchen Charm will never have my business and neither will CDI! My friends will know as well. Facebook is a powerful thing. Lies always get found out and your company makes me sick.
We went to an exposition as part of our wedding and Kitchen Charm showed us all the stuff and gave us a free trip, and we ended up buying some kitchenware. They have good quality and are pretty easy to manage. They're not that too difficult to clean and they don't require grease once we learned how to use them. We've been cooking a lot more too because of them. I encourage you to go to one of those expos because I feel like we got a pretty good deal on everything.
I have the Kitchen Charm cookware for a few months now. They seem to be almost like regular pans but I like that they cook faster. The quality is pretty good too. If you have the money to spend, get it, but if not, it's not the end of the world.
I won a dinner show at a wedding thing where Kitchen Charm tried to sell stuff by cooking in front of us. The person I purchased the cookware from told me the delivery date would be a certain date but it came a little later than expected. We’ve been using the cookware for four months now. And while it’s top quality just by the material used, it’s a little hard to use. I keep sticking everything to the pan.
Kitchen Charm had a booth set up at a bridal fair and they invited us to come out and do a seminar. I really liked their cookware and I enjoyed the sales pitch itself. They also had gifts and stuff that you’d get if you bought the cookware. I had done a lot of research on copper pans and they would have cost me easily two to three times more, and the Kitchen Charm pans were very equally matched to the copper pans. I've had their cookware for over half a year and I really like the lids. I also bought other stuff aside from the pans, including a couple knives, the knives sharpener, a potato masher tool and a strainer. The quality has been really good. Kitchen Charm claimed that their cookware is highly scratch resistant, and though I don’t quite find that to be 100% true, it’s not horrible and it's worth the money.
We went with Kitchen Charm because of its quality and durability, as well as the warranty on it. We've been having it now for seven months, and it has been easy to cook with it. We just turn it on, walk away and wait for it to whistle.
I've had my Kitchen Charm cookware since October and they’re pretty good. It’s a great investment but I thought that it would be something that we would be able to pay off within a year or so but I have a problem with the interest. I love the cookware though. I like the overall sturdiness of the cookware and not having to replace them, as opposed to those with Teflon.
We have had Kitchen Charm cookware in our home for four months, and I like how evenly it cooks. I cook a lot of chicken and I just plop it in then season it. I do it with a little lid down and then flip it. Kitchen Charm is a great quality product and a good investment. I like the look of it more so than the Enamel ones.
I signed up for a bridal thing for dresses and I won a free trip, and Kitchen Charm did the dinner for two. The meat was so juicy that I had to get their cookware. It doesn’t burn my meat and I don’t have to flip it. The cookware is beautiful, and I don’t have to wash it. I have owned their cookware since last year and I like cooking boneless breast in it. I also got the bake set that comes with it. I love the quality of the items I purchased.
We were interested in some of the features of the Kitchen Charm pot and we needed some anyway, so we decided that we would just get a set. We've had the cookware for about four months and we use it frequently. It cooks faster than most typical cookware and that's really helpful. The quality of the cookware is pretty good but they were very expensive. We got them as a part of other offers and the cost that we paid may have been listed to compensate for that. But overall, we probably got a good value.
My fiancee and I bought from Kitchen Charm because of the deal the presenter from a show that we went to gave us. It's been a couple of months since we've had their products and so far, they're just how the guy explained them to us. I like the skillet and the flat griller because I could grill inside with it and it’s easier to do the little quicker things. Everything’s been going great with Kitchen Charm.
We bought our Kitchen Charm pots and pans set in November. I really like the rust-proof edges and the quick cooktop. The only issue I’ve had is a couple of the nuts loosen up on the pan, and that’s something I’ll tighten back up myself. They’re definitely of good quality, and they work well.
We needed some new pots and Kitchen Charm had a really good warranty and had really good pots so I bought from them. We've had it for three months and we like how it cooks food. It's pretty good and the quality is very nice, but I had to get used to it first. When you cook at first, the food is kind of burned. The food sticks to it and then after that, it’s easy to get off.