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Cooking Utensils [Back to Top]

  • Allegheny Treenware (Thornton, WV): wooden spoons, utensils, and kitchenware handmade from West Virginia hardwoods
  • Ann Clark, Ltd (Rutland, VT) copper and tin cookie cutters in every imaginable shape, even shapes for dog biscuits! Stephanie-Tested!
  • Best Manufacturers, Inc. (Portland, OR): American-made whisks and other kitchen tools. I have one of the whisks, and they really are the best!! (I got so tired of the cheap imported ones that spring apart when used.) Available from My All American StoreStephanie-Tested!
  • Jacob Bromwell, formerly Bromwell Housewares of Michigan City, IN, this company makes an amazing collection of flour sifters, collanders, popcorn makers, chestnut roasters, and LOTS more, since 1819! Although no longer "Hoosier-made" in their Michigan CIty facility, Bromwell housewares are still made in USA, now in Chattanooga, TN.

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  • Brooklyn Bagel Slicer (Rochester, NY): safe, quick way to slice bagels and rolls. Proudly made in New York.
  • Camillus Cutlery (Camillus, NY): quality kitchen knives and steak knives of high-carbon stainless steel, with handles of American Rosewood [Update: Camillus Cutlery closed in February 2007.]
  • Chop-Rite Two (Harleysville, PA): meat grinders and sausage stuffers made from cast iron using a pattern invented in the 1800's. Available from Sportsman's Table
  • Cookie Cutter Collectibles (Dover, AR): Since 1984, this small company has made heirloom-quality copper cookie cutters in over 400 shapes! Cutters with handles and copper backs (to impress design details in the dough) have more copper and thus cost more ($25-$35), available at Classic Copper Cutters, and outline cutters ($13-$15) available at The Copper Cookie Cutter Store.
  • Crooked Brook (Utica, NY): men's and women's chef coats, server jackets, vests, and aprons made in USA. (Fleece products imported.)
  • CUTCO (Olean, NY): manufacturer of kitchen cutlery, tables knives, and flatware.
  • Cutting Board Gallery (Tucson, AZ): walnut and cherry end grain cutting boards, handcrafted from American hardwoods.
  • D-Lux 57 (Pacific Palisades, CA): designer kitchen aprons for adults and tweens, including fun retro styles.
  • DMT (Marlborough, MA): Diamond Machining Technology makes diamond sharpeners for kitchen, garden, and workshop tools. Diamond crystals bonded to a metal plate, will not break or chip. Available from My All-American Store

  • Easy Greasy™ (Baton Rouge, LA): a unique slotted colander with lid that allows you to strain grease from cooked foods and store it for proper disposal. No more clogged drains! Also can be used to strain fruit for jelly-making, etc.
  • Enclume (Port Hadlock, WA): handcrafted gourmet pot racks keep your cooking pots within easy reach, and add a gourmet look to your kitchen. Enclume Pot Racks are made in USA, and "Rack-it Up" brand products are assembled in US from imported components. Available from Wayfair
  • Epicurean Cutting Surfaces (Duluth, MN): cutting boards, trivets, and pizza peels made from layers of paper bonded together with a food-safe resin. Products are lightweight, will not dull knives, and dishwasher safe. Interesting options, including boards that fit together to create larger work surfaces, and a really well thought-out BBQ Salver with cups for sauces and a tray for BBQ tools. All made in USA, available from Cooking.com
  • Fletchers' Mill (Newport, ME): beautiful salt and pepper mills, shakers, and rolling pins of rock maple, handmade in Maine. (Previously Vic Firth Gourmet). Also available from My All-American Store
  • GrainMaker (Stevensville, MT): hand-operated grain mill for grinding grains, peanuts for peanut butter, and coffee beans. Heirloom quality, from the folks at Bitterroot Tool & Machine
  • Gel Pro Chefs Mat by Lets Gel (Austin, TX): gel-filled floor mats to ease the discomfort of standing on hard kitchen floors.
  • Grill Time, LLC (Salem, OR): Super Skewer BBQ skewers, stainless steel in flat blade or double-tine styles, with wood handles. Great for meat, fish and veggie kabobs. Small, reusable metal fruit picks also available.
  • Handcrafted Wooden Spoons (Libby, MT): wooden cooking and serving utensils of birch, cherry, walnut, and oak

  • J.K. Adams Co. (Dorset, VT): beautiful and functional wooden products for the kitchen, including spice racks, wine racks, cutting boards and servers, rolling pins, and kitchen furniture
  • Kwik-Kut Mfg. (Mohawk, NY): stainless steel choppers, eggrings, and koffee kooler (other products imported)
  • Lamson & Goodnow (Shelburne Falls, MA): American-made LamsonSharp cutlery and kitchen tools since 1837
  • Lehman's (Kidron, OH): stainless steel bowls, flour sifter, whisk, cooking fork, icecream scoop, can opener, spatulas ( keyword "USA made" ). Also a fun place to if you are ever in Ohio.
  • R. Murphy Knife Co. (Ayer, MA): cooking, filleting and shellfish knives made from finest cutlery steel.
  • Natural Whetstone Co. (Royal, AR): knife sharpening and polishing stones, mounted on a hardwood base, and made from native Arkansas stone.
  • Norton Stones : sharpening stones for kitchen and professional cutlery, made in Littleton, NH and Hot Springs, AK
  • Ontario Knife Co. (Franklinville, NY): Old Hickory Kitchen Cutlery with wooden handles and brass rivets, as well as a full line of sporting/outdoor knives and other "edged" tools. Available from Knife Center.com
  • Preserve Products (Waltham, MA): makers of kitchen and tableware, including cutting boards, colanders, bowls, and cutlery, all made from 100% recycled plastics in wonderful bright colors. Available from My All-American Store
  • Rada Cutlery (Waverly, IA): a great selection of cooking knives and utensils by Rada Mfg. Co.
  • Sur La Table : retailer of fine kitchenware, including kitchen cutlery, graters, salt/pepper mills, glass storage jars, and Pyrex measuring cups (search for "USA")

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  • Tattler Reusable Canning Lids (Fruita, CO): reusable canning lids made from food-grade plastic (BPA-free) with rubber gaskets, can be used with standard mason jars and metal rings in place of metal lids.
  • Vermont Rolling Pins (South Burlington, VT): many styles of rolling pins, hand-turned from cherry, maple and walnut hardwoods. A perfect housewarming or wedding gift.
  • Vollrath Co. (Sheboygan, WI): although this manufacturer of stainless steel and aluminum kitchen products markets primarily to restaurants, hospitals and other institutions, their cookware, coffee urns, chafing dishes, and kitchen utensils (tongs, ladles, ice cream scoops, potato cutters etc) are available to individual consumers at Instawares.com (keyword "Vollrath USA")
  • Walnut Bowl Factory Store (Lebanon, MO) has closed. Used to be a wonderful site for rock maple cutting boards, walnut lazy susans, salt/pepper mills, and walnut and oak bowls of all sizes, made in the Ozarks
  • Warther Cutlery (Dover, OH): hand-made kitchen knives and knife sets, made from high carbon tool steel with birch wood handles
  • Whetstone Woodenware (Silver Lake, IN): wooden kitchen tools of all sorts--spoons, scoops, ladles, tongs, cutting boards--handmade from American-grown and milled hard maple. This company also makes museum reproduction pieces.
  • Zeroll (Ft. Pierce, FL): Original and Zerolon ice cream scoops and spades are made in USA (EZ Disher is made in UK). Available from Sur La Table

Culinary Herb Garden

See's Candies, Inc.

Champagne Gift Baskets


Jacob Bromwell Ricer and Juicer made in USA

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Preserve Kitchen
Preserve Kitchenware

Mother-Daughter Aprons made in USA
American-made Aprons

My All-American Store

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Instawares LLC

American-Made Chef Coats
Chef Coats and Aprons

Cookware and Bakeware [Back to Top]

All-Clad on Sale from MetroKitchen

  • 360 Cookware: in 2009, Americraft Cookware launched this new line of high-quality stainless steel cookware, made in West Bend, WI from 7 layers of stainless steel and aluminum, with water-tight lids that allow cooking with less water or oil than traditional cookware.
  • All-Clad Cookware (Canonsburg,PA): stainless, copper core, Ltd, Mc2 and copper chef cookware are manufactured in Pennsylvania. (Tools, and electric appliances are imported.) Available at MetroKitchen
  • Burger Buddy: removes excess fat from hamburgers and other boneless, cooked meats for fresher taste and healthier meals. Made in USA by K&B Molded Products (Brookville, OH). Available from My All-American Store.
  • CorningWare: the new SimplyLite® is a lighter weight glass bakeware made in USA. Available from My All-American Store. (Other CorningWare items, including French White, and the original, iconic white with blue cornflower "oven-to-table" CorningWare are no longer made in USA.)

  • Lincoln Foodservice Products (Fort Wayne, IN): makers of aluminum cookware brands Wear-Ever and REDCO , available from Instawares.com
  • Calphalon One (Toledo, OH): anodized cookware made in US.Stephanie-Tested! (copper line and others are imported, so check origin) at Housewares at Macy's Crate and Barrel ( keyword "cookware USA" )
  • Ameriware Professional non-stick cookware, manufactured by Vollrath Co. (Sheboygan, WI), available at Cook's Warehouse
  • Doughmakers heavy-gauge aluminum bakeware is now made in China
  • Emerson Creek Pottery (Bedford, VA): handmade and hand-painted pottery for baking, serving, and dining. Beautiful patterns and an unusually broad range of products, including tea sets, honey pots, vases, flower pots and other home decor. Stephanie-Tested!
  • Granite Ware by Columbian Home Products (Terre Haute, IN): porcelain on steel bakeware, roasters, and canners
  • Hartstone Pottery Bake Stones (Zanesville, OH): non-stick baking stones for the best pizza crust! Also great for muffins and other baking.
  • Lodge Cast Iron (S. Pittsburgh, TN): LodgeLogic and Pro-Logic black cast iron cookware, including skillets, griddles, Dutch ovens, biscuit, muffin and cornstick pans (Lodge Enamel line is imported) Stephanie-Tested!
  • ManPans Teflon-free nonstick cookware (sauce, saute and fry pans, plus stovetop woks), made by Lloyd Industries (Spokane, WA) at their factory in Spokane.
  • NordicWare (Minneapolis, MN): cookware, bakeware, and BBQ products Stephanie-Tested!
  • PYREX (Charleroi, PA): all PYREX glassware is still made in USA, including the new Grip-Rite line with silicone strip to keep the glass from sliding on countertops. Heat-resistant glass that goes from oven or microwave to table to dishwasher. (Plastic covers and metal bakeware imported.) Available from My All-American StoreStephanie-Tested!

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  • Regal Ware (Kewaskum, WI): manufacturer of stainless steel cookware, including American Kitchen, Marcus Stainless, Lifetime waterless cookware (available only from distributors), and Kitchen Fair cast aluminum cookware (sold via home parties). I purchased a set of American Kitchen cookware for a friend, and it's beautiful! I loved that the set comes with lids for all the pans. Stephanie-Tested!
  • Southern Heritage Cookware (Lutts, TN): cast iron cookware, including skillets, stew pots, and bakeware, hand-cast one at a time.
  • Tramontina-USA (Sugar Land, TX): this U.S. affiliate of Brazilian conglomerate Tramontina Group produces aluminum cookware with non-stick coatings at a manufacturing facility in Manitowoc, WI. I purchased a nonstick fry pan and have been happy with it (although it is shallow so I have to be careful while stirring!)
  • Chef's Catalog : great source for All-Clad, Bakestone, Doughmakers, Lodge, NordicWare (keyword "USA")
  • Sur La Table : nice selection of culinary items, including utensils, bowls, Lodge and Nordicware, wooden cutting tables (keyword "made USA")
  • Wisconsin Aluminum Foundry (Manitowoc, WI): manufacturing All American aluminum pressure cookers and Chef's Design cast aluminum griddles, available from All American Canner (stainless steel products made in China)

360 Cookware made in USA

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Burger Buddy

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Dinnerware and Glassware [Back to Top]

American-Made Flatware by Liberty Tabletop

  • Anchor Hocking (Lancaster, OH): manufacturing glass wares in USA since 1905, this company remains committed to "made in USA" and offers an incredible range of products. Available at many retailers, and at My All-American Store
  • Bauer Pottery (Los Angeles, CA): bright and beautiful colored tableware and more, reminiscent of Fiesta Ware, but more $$!
  • Bennington Potters (Bennington, VT): stoneware dinnerware, bakeware, and serveware in traditional blue agate glaze, and the new matte blackberry glaze that I love!
  • Corelle: famous for its chip-resistance and light weight, some Corelle dinnerware patterns are still made in USA. Even for these patterns, only the plates and bowls are made in USA-- all mugs and cups are imported. Be careful to check origin.

  • Fire and Light (Arcata, CA): hand-poured glass tableware made from recycled glass
  • Emerson Creek Pottery (Bedford, VA): handmade and hand-painted pottery for baking, serving, and dining. Beautiful patterns and an unusually broad range of products, including tea sets, honey pots, vases, flower pots and other home decor. Stephanie-Tested!
  • Frankoma Pottery (Sapulpa, OK): makers of classic pottery with southwestern muted colors, made from Oklahoma clays.
  • Hall China Co. (Youngstown, OH): tableware and serveware in classic white. Be hip and urban without buying imported!
  • Hartstone Pottery (Zanesville, OH): hand-painted stoneware in a variety of patterns. (Hartstone Pottery One-Year Anniversary) Stephanie-Tested!
  • Heath Ceramics (Sausalito, CA): hand-crafted and glazed tableware with timeless simplicity and elegance.
  • H.F. Coors China Company (Tucson, AZ): dinnerware with Southwestern flair, including tableware, mixing and serving bowls, and chili pepper-shaped snack bowls. (Their cereal bowls are a particularly graceful shape.) The company also makes china for restaurants and other commercial customers.

American-Made Tableware

  • Lenox (Kinston, NC): fine bone china made in a 218,000 sq. ft. facility in NC, including 9 of the top 10 Lenox patterns. Shop the Made in America page (casual and transitional dinnerware made overseas)
  • Liberty Tabletop: American-made 18/10 stainless steel flatware made by Sherrill Manufacturing (Sherrill, NY), which purchased Oneida's flatware manufacturing facility in March 2005. Update: The company paused production for a time in 2010, but is now back in production and making a number of flatware patterns! Also available from Silver Superstore
  • Louisville Stoneware (Louisville, KY): handmade, hand-painted pottery and ceramics for table and home, since 1815.
  • Lunt Silversmiths (Greenfield, MA) ceased manufacturing in 2007 after 107 years making sterling silver flatware and tableware.
  • Monroe Salt Works (Monroe, ME): handmade salt-glazed stoneware for the table, plus pieces for cooking, serving, and food storage. Great designs, including Maine coastal themes (I like the cattail and crab patterns!)
  • Mosser Glass (Cambridge, OH): beautiful molded and pressed glass serving pieces and tableware, available from Bellacor
  • Oneida (Oneida, NY) no longer manufactures flatware in the U.S. However, after Oneida closed their last U.S. plant in 2005, the manufacturing facility, office and warehouse space were purchased by Sherrill Manufacturing. Sherrill Mfg now makes American-made stainless flatware at the facility.
  • Pfaltzgraff: with the July 2005 sale of the brand and closing of the Thomasville, PA factory, Pfaltzgraff is no longer made in USA.
  • Pickard China (Antioch, IL): makers of fine American china, including for U.S. embassies, elegant hotels and restaurants, and you! Available from PlaceSettings.com
  • Rowe Pottery (Cambridge, WI): salt glaze dinnerware, crocks, mixing bowls, and pottery lamps
  • Simon Pearce (Windsor, VT): pottery and hand blown glass, including stemware, barware, vases, lamps and decorative items. The company also operates several wonderful restaurants in refurbished mills, and tours in their working facilities in Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Vermont.
  • L.E. Smith Glass Company (Mt. Pleasant, PA): handmade American glass since 1907. Pitchers, punch bowls, glasses, cake stands, hobnail glass, bowls, platters, and candle holders
  • Tervis Tumblers (North Venice, FL): insulated (double-walled) plastic drinkware and ice buckets, "Guaranteed for Life."
  • Woodmere China (New Castle, PA): reproductions of Presidential china (of course I love Thomas Jefferson's pattern!), plus patterns featuring Americana and maxims by American greats like George Washington, Ben Franklin, and Mark Twain.
  • Libbey Glass (Toledo, OH): makers of juice, water, wine and specialty glassware. A growing number of Libbey products are made outside the USA, so check origin . Available at Target.com (keyword "Libbey")
  • Green Glass, Inc. (Schofield, WI): converting wine and beverage bottles into beautiful goblets, tumblers, and art glass

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Shop for "Made in America"

Fiesta Ware
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Fire and Light Glass

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Keyword "Lenox USA"
Lenox Flourish 4 Piece Place Setting (SO)

Heath Ceramics

Heath Ceramics Tableware

Louisville Stoneware
Louisville Pottery Bachelor Button Pattern

Pickard China
Pickard China

Food Storage [Back to Top]

  • CoolTote (Reno, NV): CoolTote insulated lunch sacks, wine bags, and travel coolers in lots of wonderful fabric designs (site contains a few imported items that are not the CoolTote brand)
  • Goodbyn (Seattle, WA): fun and colorful kids' lunchbox, with compartments to keep foods from touching (!!) and stickers to decorate the outside. "Conceived in Chicago and Seattle" and manufactured by Cascade Engineering (Grand Rapids, MI). Available from Nubius Organics
  • Mimi the Sardine (San Rafael, CA): reusable lunch bags (called "lunch bugs") made from colorful acrylic-coated organic fabrics. Plus placemats, aprons, and more. Made in USA from imported (Sweden/Europe) fabrics.
  • Obentec, Inc. (Santa Cruz, CA): American-style Bento Boxes with cute little containers, several with lids, to carry your lunch in style. Reduces waste from disposable paper and plastic bags. Bento containers made in USA, but soft carrying cases, bento sleeves, water bottles, lunch jars, and travel flasks are made in China. Available from Greenfeet. Stephanie-Tested!

Goodbyn Lunchboxes
Goodbyn Plum
Goodbyn Blue

Serveware [Back to Top]


  • Red Oak Folding Baskets (Bowling Green, KY): handcrafted folding baskets made from red oak, can be used to serve or display, or folded flat as a cutting board or trivet
  • Bottle Neckless : a beautiful way to stop drips from wine, oil, or vinegar bottles--jewelry for your bottles, made in Rhode Island
  • Bujno Pottery (Lancaster County, PA): hand-decorated pottery crocks, plates, clocks, and more. Beautiful things, and many can be personalized.
  • Clay Company (Santa Rosa, CA): beautiful pewter salt spoons and salt cellars, candlesticks, and more, hand-cast in Sonoma County.
  • Coffee Joulies: stainless steel "coffee beans" that absorb heat in your mug of coffee or other hot beverage and then slowly release heat to keep drinks warm longer. Made in USA by Sherrill Manufacturing (Sherrill, NY)
  • Ellinger's Agatized Wood, Inc. (Sheboygan, WI): serving pieces made from powdered wood and resin, resistant to chips and stains. Products include trays, bowls, salad bowls and servers, and sets, in natural, terra cotta and black. Originally for restaurant use, but now available to the home market.
  • Great Alaskan Bowl Co. (Fairbanks, AK): wooden bowls of all sizes, plus cutting boards and other wood products made from Alaskan birch. This site also carries a variety of other goods made in Alaska.
  • Hampshire Pewter (Wolfeboro, NH): pewter serving and tableware, cups and goblets, plus candlesticks, lamps, and a great selection of charms
  • Hartstone Pottery (Zanesville, OH): high quality, hand-painted stoneware for oven and table. (Hartstone Pottery is Back!) Stephanie-Tested!
  • Holland Bowl Mill (Holland, MI): wooden bowls, salad bowls, and cutting boards
  • Mosser Glass (Cambridge, OH): beautiful molded and pressed glass serving pieces and tableware, available from Bellacor
  • Nambe (Santa Fe, NM): serveware of glass sand-cast non-tarnish metal
  • New Hampshire Bowl and Board (Contoocook, NH): beautiful wooden bowls, servers, utensils and cutting boards, all made in New Hampshire from a variety of hardwoods.
  • Oceana Glass (Jeannette, PA): decorative glass kitchen and bath products, including spectacular sinks and glass tiles, art glass, and dinnerware that is oven, microwave and dishwasher safe.
  • Salisbury Pewter (Salisbury, MD): pewter and silver wares, cast or formed on a spinning lathe. Everything from baby rattles and cups, to bowls and trays, picture frames, and trophies. Handcrafted at two facilities on Maryland's Eastern Shore. Available from Silver and Pewter Gifts
  • Andrew Pearce Wooden Bowls (Hartland,VT): hand-turned wooden salad and serving bowls, cutting boards and other products made in Vermont from cherry, black walnut and other local hardwoods.
  • Tableboards by Spinella (Fairfield, IA): all-in-one cutting and serving boards of maple with cherry and walnut inserts with non-scratch feet, plus smaller cutting boards and pastry boards, made by Amish craftsmen.
  • Thirstystone (Gainesville, TX): drink coasters made from natural absorbent sandstone, quarried in the southwestern U.S., decorated or plain, with cork back. Really beautiful. Available from Thirstycoasters.com
  • Vermont Bowl Company (Wilmington, VT): salad bowls, cutting boards and more, made in Vermont from American black walnut, yellow birch, cherry and other beautiful woods.
  • Walnut Bowl Factory Store (Lebanon, MO): makers of walnut and oak salad bowls, serving bowls, and nut bowls, has closed.
  • Wilton Armetale (Lancaster Co., PA): long-time manufacturer of metal serveware closed its Pennsylvania foundry in mid-2009, and all products are now made in Mexico and China.
  • Woodbury Pewter (Woodbury, CT): wonderful pewter serving dishes, soup tureens, coffee/tea sets and lots more
  • Woodbury's of Vermont (Burlington, VT): a wide variety of wooden bowls, trays, and serving pieces, handcrafted from yellow birch and black walnut. Traditional wood pieces, plus beautiful painted wood with tile inlay.

Coffee Joulies made in USA

L.E. Smith Glass
L.E.Smith Hobnail Glass



Regalware Coffee Brewer/Urn

Kitchen/Table Linens [Back to Top]

American-made Dish Clothes and Dish Towels

  • Country Cottons (Locust, NC): old-fashioned cotton dish clothes and dish towels. I first came across Country Cottons at an Amish country store and I was hooked. Beside being pretty, the dish clothes are much more sanitary than that old sponge that is just a breeding ground for germs, ick!
  • Horchow (keyword "table linens USA")
  • Mountain Weave Table Linens, made in Vermont, available in primary and pastel colors from Plow & Hearth (Homespun Table Linensicon) Stephanie-Tested!
  • Decorating With Lace : lace tableclothes, doilies and runners by Oxford House Collections
  • Sweet Pea Linens (Oregon City, OR): placemats, runners and other table linens specially designed for round or oval tables. Also offering matching chair cushions and window valences. Lots of fabric choices and terrific holiday patterns. Made in New Jersey by Spar Tex.
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