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Terra Bella opens gourmet cooking shop

Terra Bella announces the grand opening of Terra Bella Cooks! located next door to its popular gift and lifestyle shop.

“Terra Bella Cooks!” fills a need in the area for a local kitchen store serving Mercer Island, Bellevue and Seattle that caters to home chefs seeking more than just the basics," said co-owner Stephen Meade. The shop will feature a number of cooking and product demonstrations this weekend, during Mercer Island Summer Celebration July 12 and 13, as well as new food trucks.

“Terra Bella Cooks!’ offers fine cookware and kitchen essentials as well as linens, tableware and home products. “Terra Bella Cooks!” will supply home chefs with tools they need to help prepare, bake and cook delicious, beautiful food and drinks, while providing products that blend practicality and efficiency with the best in modern design, Meade said.

As an independent and locally-owned business, Terra Bella strives to serve its community by offering expertise, great customer service and the finest quality kitchen and home accoutrements. Gift wrapping is always free and shipping is available within the United States.

Terra Bella Cooks! offers items from housewares companies such as Le Crueset, Emile Henry, All Clad, Scanpan, Rosle, Epicurean, Charles VIancin, Wusthof, Global Knives as well as an expanded selection of fine linens and paper products they have been offering for many years.

For more information please call 425-818-2285, visit Terra Bella Cooks at 2864 77th Ave SE, Mercer Island, or find us on the web at www.terrabellacooks.com and www.facebook.com/pages/Terra-Bella/306148985520. For information on food trucks visit website www.mercerislandfoodtrucks.com.

 

 

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