Kitchen Table Talk: 4 WLF Auction Finds for Foodies

The NRA Women’s Leadership Forum is auctioning high-quality houseware that supports a good cause: your freedoms.

by posted on May 13, 2022
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The highly anticipated NRA Women’s Leadership Forum Luncheon and Auction will occur on May 27 at the NRA Annual Meeting and Exhibits. With Virginia’s Lieutenant Governor Winsome Earle-Sears speaking, it’s a can’t-miss event. However, if you are unable to attend, you can still participate in the auction virtually. All of the proceeds go to the NRA’s Institute for Legislative Action (ILA), the branch of the NRA dedicated to fighting for pro-Second Amendment legislation.

Registering for the auction is easy: Text nrawlf to 56651 to register for the NRA Women’s Leadership Forum Online Auction—and please note that this auction is open to everyone, not just women! The auction can also be accessed on your computer or laptop by visiting nrawlf.muradbid.com. You need not be present to win.

Here are four featured homeware items that will compliment any kitchen and elevate any event, not to mention directly support the Second Amendment.


Butterfly Chip and Dip Bowl
This striking contemporary piece is made of acacia wood and alloy. The metal bowl can be either heated or chilled depending on the dip you’re serving before nesting into the larger wooden chip bowl. If your style combines modern elements with natural materials, this will fit perfectly into your homeware collection. Generously donated by WLF Executive Committee member Anne Draper.

Charcuterie Board
This handsome cherry board from Nature's Platter was designed in York, Pennsylvania. Elegant and versatile, this handcrafted wooden statement piece is the ultimate vessel for an artful arrangement of meats, cheeses, nuts and spreads. Charcuterie boards are ideal for entertaining. Display it proudly and put it to use for any event from a casual get-together to dinner party appetizers. You might even find yourself using it for a weeknight snack. Generously donated by NRA WLF Co-Chair Janet Nyce.

Skallywag Kitchen Knives Set of 2
Designed and manufactured in the United States using U.S.-sourced materials, these knives are as high quality as they are beautiful. The wood and resin handle resembles a calming body of water while the textured blade is reminiscent of ripples. The pair are made of 67 layers of Damascus VG-10 steel core. The kitchen slicer has a 5.5” blade and will surely become your favorite everyday kitchen knife. The chef knife has an 8” blade suitable for bigger jobs. Guests will admire the craftsmanship and you’ll appreciate the strength and sharpness of your new go-to knife set. Generously donated by Skallywag Tactical, a U.S. veteran-owned-and-operated business manufacturing quality tools.

Big Jim’s Spice Basket
Featuring seven popular rubs for any cut of meat or fish and a variety of essential kitchen accessories, this basket is perfect for the entertainer. Summertime is grilling season and you’ll be ahead of the curve with this basket of goodies. The accessories include a meat thermometer, tenderizer and tongs, making you the official neighborhood grill master. Generously donated by Big Jim's Cookin', a U.S. veteran-owned-and-operated business specializing in handcrafted spices.

 

 

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