kitch·​en·​ware | \ ˈki-chən-ˌwer How to pronounce kitchenware (audio) \

Definition of kitchenware

: utensils and appliances for use in a kitchen

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As the economist Daniel Hamermesh points out in his recently published book Spending Time, rather than getting shoes at one store, groceries at another, and a kitchenware at a third, many shoppers are doing this all at one store. Dan Kopf, Quartz, "Americans spend two hours less a month on shopping than they did 15 years ago," 31 July 2019 Other tidying consultants list plastic hangers, small appliances, broken kitchenware, and much more as contributors to the trash toll. Alejandra Borunda, National Geographic, "Marie Kondo helps declutter homes. What does that mean for plastic waste?," 22 Mar. 2019 Once the retail leader in kitchenware, Bed Bath & Beyond has struggled to retain consumers who are turning to deep discounters or shifting their spending online. Sarah Min, CBS News, "Bed Bath & Beyond hires Goldman Sachs to explore asset sales," 29 Aug. 2019 In March, Walmart added a line of Tasty kitchenware products to stores and also plans to soon stock Tasty licensed groceries, including deli, dry goods and frozen meats, according to the release. Doreen Christensen,, "Walmart now lets you instantly purchase ingredients in Buzzfeed’s Tasty videos," 20 Aug. 2019 Shop more great kitchenware deals at Kelsey Mulvey, Good Housekeeping, "That Crazy Popular Philips Air Fryer Is 49% Off Today," 25 July 2019 In fact, Williams-Sonoma recently teamed up with her to design a Flour Shop collection including an entire Rainbow Explosion Cake kit with everything needed to make the cake, plus a variety of kitchenware. Christian Burno, Dallas News, "The new cake boss? Baker throws color at the dessert world with 'edible piñatas'," 12 July 2019 The conference room table is from the same building, and that room also has displays of pieces of kitchenware that was given away at the Wirth’s store. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, "Grandparents’ grand Cedarburg home is gutted but preserved after 120-plus years," 11 July 2019 And its AmazonBasics brand, which encompasses everything from kitchenware to small electronics, will be up to 30% off. Jordan Valinsky, CNN, "Prime Day: Amazon gives first glimpse of its deals," 12 July 2019

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First Known Use of kitchenware

1722, in the meaning defined above

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