Couldn’t buy American? Kamala Harris ‘spent $500 on copper cookware at a store when she was in Paris – including a serving dish that cost a whopping $367’

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  • Vice President Kamala Harris and second gentleman Doug Emhoff slashed more than $500 on high-end cookware at a famed Parisian shop last week
  • Harris left with a $367 copper and stainless steel dish and a $160 copper and stainless steel frying pan
  • Vice President visits France for four days from 9-13 November
  • French and US relations soured earlier this year when Australia bailed out a French nuclear submarine contract to work with the US and Britain

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Vice President Kamala Harris spent more than $500 on cookware at an upscale Parisian culinary shop during her four-day visit to repair French and American relations earlier this month.

Harris accompanied the other gentleman, Doug Emhoff, to E. Roca by Dehillin and spent about $578 on pots, pans, and other items, it turns out.

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The vice president treated himself to a $367 copper and stainless steel dish and a $160 copper and stainless steel frying pan. Washington Free Beacon, The store revealed the Vice President’s visit to Free Beacon.

Harris reportedly ended her shopping spree with a few small kitchen items, including a porcelain cocotte and egg dish, a copper cleaner, and various wooden spoons.

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E. Dehillerin’s is an expensive cookout store known for its catalog of commercial-grade copper cookware. It boasts famed chef Julia Child as a fan favorite, with foodies and chefs alike making it a must-see in Paris, including the likes of Anthony Bourdain and Ina Garten.

Williams-Sonoma, an American company, sells similar copper utensils for between $200 and $400, depending on style and size.

Vice President Kamala Harris and second gentleman Doug Emhoff spent more than $500 on high-quality cookware at a popular Paris shop earlier this month.

Harris told reporters that the pot would be used for his upcoming Thanksgiving feast.

Harris told reporters that the pot would be used for his upcoming Thanksgiving feast.

The diplomatic visit to France came as the Vice President attempted to improve relations with the country after the United States signed a deal with Australia to help build its fleet of nuclear submarines.

The deal – a $66 billion submarine contract – puts relations between France and the US at an all-time low after Australia bailed on working contracts with the United States and the UK.

Following this test, France called home its ambassador from the United States, openly condemning the country for its deal with Australia, citing ‘unacceptable behavior among allies’.

The video shows Harris being greeted by a crowd as she enters the culinary store earlier this month and laughs: ‘I just want to buy a pot,’ she says.

As she browses through the store, she tells reporters that she plans to buy kitchenware for her Thanksgiving cooking. She offers to share the recipe for Turkey and Stuffing.

Emhof is on her side and she jokingly describes him as more an apprentice in the kitchen than a cook.

Vice President stops at E. Dehillrin cookware shop in Paris for some new supplies

Vice President stops at E. Dehillrin cookware shop in Paris for some new supplies

Vice President talks to French journalists as she leaves her Paris shop with her husband

Vice President talks to French journalists as she leaves her Paris shop with her husband

Across the street from the Louvre Museum is an expensive culinary shop known for its catalog of commercial-grade copper cookware.

Across the street from the Louvre Museum is an expensive culinary shop known for its catalog of commercial-grade copper cookware.

The Harris Decided Serving, $367 copper and stainless steel dish (above)

She also bought a $160 copper and stainless steel frying pan (above)

Harris decided on a $367 copper and stainless steel serving dish (left) and a $160 copper and stainless steel frying pan (right)

‘That taught me during COVID,’ he tells reporters at the time. ‘After nearly burning down our apartment, I got a little better.’

Harris talks with a store employee in French and English as she discusses different products before finally making her choice.

The vice president’s shopping trip came as inflation continued to soar and the US economy struggled to bounce back from the pandemic.

When asked how his visit to France went so far, he said it was ‘a very productive and good trip’, possibly nodding to his two-hour meeting with French President Emmanuel Macron at the Elysee Palace.

But he acknowledged that the US has “a lot of follow-up action to do”.

“The partnership between the United States and France remains and will continue to be very strong,” he said on his last day in Paris.

She also told French reporters that the US was “very concerned” about Russia as the Biden administration warned of an imminent threat to Eastern Europe over fears of an invasion of Ukraine amid a growing crisis on the Belarus-Poland border.

Asked about the Russia-Ukraine conflict, the Vice President said: ‘I can’t talk to you about confidential information’ and expressed his concern over the crisis.

But it was not the first time Harris has expressed concern about Russian military movements amid a tense immigration crisis in Belarus, which has the potential to spread to other countries in Europe.

Harris said at the time that “the eyes of the world” were on the Belarus border as the Biden administration plunged into chaos in Eastern Europe.

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