QVC has a long history as a retailer where celebrities and branded wares come together. The home shopping network has famously teamed up with Hollywood stars like Catherine Zeta-Jones, Ellen DeGeneres, and many more to launch exclusive collections on its platform. For instance, QVC shoppers with a love of the culinary arts can even buy the latest pots and pans and kitchen utensils designed by their favorite celebrity chefs, such as Rachael Ray and Emeril Lagasse, giving them the ability to connect with these famous chefs off-screen. Keep scrolling for a list of these popular cookware lines that may just help you feel like the star of your own cooking show.
1. Rachael Ray
Thanks to the popularity of 30 Minute Meals, Rachael Ray has been a mainstay on TV screens in homes across the country for years, and now her cookware has landed in many of our cabinets. Ray has always aimed to make cooking accessible for the average home chef, and that’s exactly what her line of vibrant bakeware, utensils, and tools is designed to do. There are over 130 pieces to choose from, available in a vivid assortment of hues like burgundy, teal, and orange. Someone pass the EVOO!
2. Ayesha Curry
While her husband racked up three NBA championships with the Golden State Warriors, Ayesha Curry was busy making a name for herself in the culinary world. The rising star wrote a New York Times best-selling cookbook, The Seasoned Life, hosted “Ayesha’s Home Kitchen” on the Food Network for two seasons, and opened a successful restaurant. Curry’s eponymous line of cookware and kitchen tools further expanded her culinary resume, and consists of sturdy stoneware, stainless steel pots and pans, and more to help you cook the family-friendly meals that have become her signature.
3. Geoffrey Zakarian
Fans of Food Network’s Chopped or Iron Chef America will instantly recognize Geoffrey Zakarian as one of the channel’s veteran hosts and judges. The Iron Chef and restaurateur also wrote the book on kitchen essentials everyone should have, My Perfect Pantry, so it should come as no surprise that he sought to get great cooking gear into the hands of home cooks everywhere, too. His line of heavy-duty pans, cast-iron, and durable cookware is designed to help anyone cook like a seasoned pro, no matter their skill level. The “Zakarian Cookware collection” originally debuted on QVC’s “In the Kitchen With David” two years ago, and has only expanded since.
4. Martha Stewart
Martha Stewart’s entrepreneurial spirit has helped her create a domestic empire unlike any other woman in business. In fact, the famed lifestyle guru’s curated cookware line is just one of the many parts of her hugely successful company, Martha Stewart Omnimedia. Her collection at QVC runs the gamut of thoughtfully-designed kitchenware, and even includes gourmet food products, helping shoppers elevate their own role as homemaker with less of the hassle.
5. Robert Irvine
Robert Irvine rose to fame as the host of Food Network’s Dinner: Impossible and later Restaurant: Impossible, the latter of which has been on-air for more than a decade. The famed chef is also a celebrated cookbook author and has opened two successful restaurants in Las Vegas and D.C. His latest venture into the cookware industry occurred last year with an exclusive collection at QVC, which includes everything from skillets to cast iron pans to barbecue tools and accessories. Perhaps he’s proving that not much is impossible in the kitchen with the right tools?
6. Emeril Lagasse
Lagasse, known to the masses as simply “Emeril,” was one of TV’s earliest celebrity chefs, cooking up modern Cajun cuisine since the early ’90s. Nowadays, the “New New Orleans” style chef owns a number of restaurants across the U.S and has authored more than a dozen cookbooks—but that’s not all Lagasse has lended his name to. His popular line of cooking products consists of everything from small kitchen appliances to spice blends! Close to 4,000 QVC shoppers in particular have given his signature air fryer their stamp of approval. That amount of praise certainly deserves a “Bam!”