It’s fair to say that in the kitchen is a hive of activity in most homes. It’s the place where we cook up new ideas in all senses, with plans being made across meal times and breakfasts, tea breaks and snacks. It’s a room that sees both experimentation and the practicing of old favourites, where we truly devote ourselves to the love of designing meals and preparing food.
Here at Dotmaison we love to try out new things in the kitchen. And we really appreciate it when new ideas are helped along by tools and utensils designed for busy lives.
The above Alfredo Salad Servers from Georg Jensen are beautifully produced to provide fantastic assistance at meal times. Ideal for serving up a side of salad to go along with the main, the servers are produced in the finest oak combined with stainless steel tipped handles to offer the best help in kitchen and dining room. Part of Alfredo Häberli’s exclusive collection for Georg Jensen, the salad servers add a unique touch to the dinner table.
A difficult task in the kitchen that is well worth the effort is the preparation of fresh fruit and juices. The following couple of items have convenience at the heart of their design, making it easier and quicker to enjoy fresh fruit in the kitchen.
The above Apostrophe Orange Peeler by Alessi makes peeling oranges practical and easy. Using an ergonomic design and easy to use design, the stainless steel peeler offers a much easier way to complete this formerly strenuous job.
Another fruit and another food prep task to make a bit more convenient: the Kuhn Rikon Apple Corer in stainless steel is able to slice through apples easily making preparing desserts, pies and fruit salads much easier. The soft handle is comfortable to hold and makes use smooth and easy. Another great tool for your kitchen repertoire.
Serving and creating is always assisted hugely by the utensils available, and of these, a spoon is often invaluable. For the serving of pasta the Zone Denmark Confetti Nylon Matt Pasta Spoon is just the thing. Ideal for catching every last strand of spaghetti while cooking, the spoon is perfect for draining excess water from the pasta. The two slotted holes mean the water can be drained without losing the precious pasta!
The Confetti Nylon Spoon by Zone Denmark is also available without the openings of the pasta spoon, making for a more conventional tool for cooking and serving. Heat resistant up to the extremely high temperature of 200˚C, the spoon is a valuable boost to the kitchen’s assemblage of beneficial implements.
Robert Monk September 25th, 2018