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The secret ingredient

Some people have a knack for cooking. The rest of us need a little help. With clever tools that make it easier to do two (or five) things at once. Durable tools that make it more fun to master a new recipe – even if it takes a few tries. And ways to store and save food so that we can be a little less wasteful.

The best ‘no fuss’ summer picnic
A box with jars of yoghurt and fruit inside sitting on a textile.
When the sun is shining sometimes you have to make the most of it — fast. By using the same containers to make, carry, serve and eat, it’s easy to get outdoors quicker and have less to carry back too.
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TJENA Box with compartments $39.9
A baking tin with savoury muffins inside sitting on a rattan basket
DRÖMMAR baking tins not only are great for baking, they can also be used to transport and serve your tasty treats (after they’ve cooled a little!).
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DRÖMMAR Muffin tin $79.9
A clear glass tray with lid filled with colourful roasted vegetables.
With their sturdy glass base FÖRTROLIG jar with lid make handy bowls to both cook and eat from. Easy snap-and-lock lids mean you don’t have to worry about spills either.
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FÖRTROLIG Jar with lid $35
Jars with colourful ingredients inside ready to eat, sitting on a textile.
KORKEN jar with lid, not only let you carry everything from salads to risotto spill-free, with their classic looks and shape they’re also perfect for eating from too.
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KORKEN Jar with lid $26.9
Ideas for preserving and storing food
Three wooden IKEA shelving units holding jars, containers and bottles of preserves and dry goods. Two bottles and one jar of homemade ketchup with hand-written lables on them and a tomato plant in the background. Two hands cupping a batch of blackberries. Stainless steel IKEA rails fixed across a window with containers holding wheatgrass.