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August 24, 2021
Oxo Launching ‘Chefs in Residence’ Culinary Series


The Oxo housewares business of Helen Of Troy has launched of “Oxo Chefs in Residence,” a collaborative series with three chefs and creators to help inspire and advance home cooking.

For the inaugural year of its Chef in Residence program, Oxo has partnered with chef personalities Eden Grinshpan, Rick Martinez, and Kwame Onwuachi. Exclusive videos, recipes, content and shoppable chef pages on Oxo.com will launch in September and continue through the holiday season and beyond.

The Oxo chefs will offer exclusive culinary tips and techniques as they share how they use Oxo tools to create recipes.

“Chefs have been a large source of inspiration, information and product feedback throughout Oxo’s history, motivating us to consistently create better tools and gadgets that live up to the performance and durability demands of professional chefs and home cooks alike,” said Larry Witt, president of Helen Of Troy Housewares. “Our Chefs in Residence program will serve as a platform for rising culinary stars to share their globally inspired cooking styles, passion for food, and in-depth cooking knowledge and experiences with the broader Oxo community.”

About the Oxo Chefs in Residence:

  • Eden Grinshpan is the host of “Top Chef Canada” and the author of Eating Out Loud: Bold Middle Eastern Flavors for All Day Every Day, released September 2020. Eden, with Samantha Schutz, created “Eden Eats,” a Cooking Channel show that explored the global culinary food scene. A year later, Eden launched “Log On & Eat with Eden Grinshpan” on Cooking Channel. Eden was the former co-owner and Executive Chef of DEZ, a contemporary Middle Eastern restaurant based in NYC in partnership with Esquared.
  • Rick Martinez is a cook, writer and recipe developer specializing in Mexican culture and cuisine. His cookbook, Mi Cocina, exploring food from the seven regions of Mexico, is set to publish in Spring 2022. He is a regular contributor to the New York Times and hosts live, weekly cooking classes for Food Network Kitchens. He is the host of Sweet Heat on Food52.
  • Kwame Onwuachi is a James Beard Award-winning chef and author of the critically acclaimed memoir Notes from a Young Black Chef, which is currently being turned into a feature film by A24. Kwame has been named one of Food & Wine’s Best New Chefs, Esquire’s 2019 Chef of the Year, and named a 30 Under 30 honoree by both Zagat and Forbes. Kwame appeared as a judge on season 18 of “Top Chef.”

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