Long-standing Eureka Springs Kitchen Store
Are you a foodie? Do you love to putter in your kitchen? If yes, a visit to Tummy Ticklers, a Eureka Springs kitchen store is a must on your next visit. This amazing kitchen store is a popular tiny shop, jam-packed with unusual and useful utensils, gadgets, jams, fresh coffee beans, loose teas, and amazing Rada Cutlery. A quote from a customers on their Facebook page, “If it’s for the kitchen and you can’t find it here-you don’t need it.”
This tiny Eureka Springs kitchen store has been in business here for over 38 years. Carol Friesen purchased the store 13 years ago. It seems that every resident of Eureka Springs story starts the same way. Carol fell in love with this little Victorian village and wanted to move here. One day she sat down at her computer and googled “Eureka Springs stores for sale.” Tummy Tickler was for sale. As a child of a jewelry store-owner Carol just had to take that retail knowledge and move it into the food/kitchen world. Carol’s customers know that they can depend upon her to have the latest in fun and unique items.
What You Can Find
Latest Fun & Unique Kitchen Toys
Want to bake a pie? This little kitchen store has everything you need – an assortment of pie plates, pie birds, rolling pins, crust shields, decorative cutters, pastry cloths and even pie dividers ranging from 6, 7, 8, and 12 slices.
Have you ever shocked yourself when chopping an onion and all of a sudden realize you’ve just taken the tip off your fingernail, or even worse nicked your finger. Here’s a great item…a stainless steel guide to protect your finger tips so you won’t do any damage. And it’s priced cheaper than a band-aid $4.99 at this Eureka Springs kitchen store.
Unique Handmade Kitchen Gifts
The owner of the Tummy Ticklers, Carol Friesen loves to tinker with wood. She has created unique hand crafted wood turnings for one of a kind pepper-grinders, spurtles (Scottish stir sticks), mojito muddlers, wine stoppers, biscuit cutters, or mortar and pestles.
Tummy Ticklers is located just across Main Street from the Eureka Springs Courthouse.