If you’re a fan of Julia Child, then you might just know that E. Dehillerin was her favorite Parisian kitchenware emporium. The family-owned shop hasn’t changed much since its inception in 1820, when it began selling high-quality copper pots and pans to the burgeoning Paris cuisine scene, and it's still a mecca for international chefs. Today, the owners are always happy to show off their massive selection of essential—and not-so-essential—kitchen utensils, from pastry molds to duck presses (yeah, you’re gonna want a duck press). Any chef (whether at home or professionally) should do themselves a favor and check out this one of a kind cooking shop.
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