68-Year-Old Texas Baby Boomer Ellis Regini Launches Saucepan Chef

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Finally, a set of cooking utensils designed to last as long as the kitchen.

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Those who grew up during the Great Depression know better than anyone the importance of quality. Paychecks only stretch so far, making kitchen purchases a serious business. There’s a reason grandma’s cast iron cookware, depression-glass and stacking mixing bowls are prized and still being used. They were designed for form, function and to endure the test of time.

Ellis Regini, creator of Saucepan Chef, too, remembers when products were built to last. Which is why after years of frustration, he rolled up his sleeves and decided to create his own. He spent two years redesigning kitchen utensils, determined to invent a product that would last longer than the kitchen. He didn’t just make the kitchen utensils strong, but he designed the set for the way we cook.

What sets these utensils apart from others?

Features: High melt point custom polymer
Benefit: No melting in the pot, and no discoloration

Feature: Custom design
Benefit: Each utensil contours perfectly with a saucepan for stirring and scooping

Feature: Blunt edge to spoon
Benefit: Ability to break apart meat in the pot

Feature: Unique spatula angle
Benefit: Keeps hands free from heat, so less room is needed to cook

Feature: Spork and knife set
Benefit: The only knife on the market safe for cutting inside non-stick cookware

Feature: Cornered Ladle
Benefit: No more spilling soup as it is ladled into bowls

"These utensils will never let you down. They are not going to discolor. They won't bend when lifting something heavy or stirring something like cookie dough. We cook all the time at our house and we're still using the same set that we started out with years ago. They've been in the kitchen and on the grill--no issues." --Ellis Regini

To request more information regarding Saucepan Chef's tools, or to interview Elliis Regini, please contact Jessica Dotta at 615-499-2071 or at jessica(at)riverbirchindustries(dot)com.

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