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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.

It’s not about the results, it’s all about the fun getting there
Baking moulds in black and white
Many moments of togetherness happen around food. This year’s winter holiday collection offers everything you need to bake up a storm in the kitchen. Gather your closest ones for a (messy) winter cooking of any size.
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VINTER 2015 Baking mould, set of 10 ¥ 399
Save food, flavor and money
Make it fun and easy to bring food along with our new smart FOOD ON THE GO products. With clever features like smart dividers and accessories in the leak-proof lunchboxes, these containers are designed for eating straight out of wherever you are.
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For cooking and baking in style
A close-up of a pastry board with pot holders, tea towels and aprons in black, grey and white.
Make cooking easy with the timeless design and long-lasting quality of IKEA 365+ cooking textiles, including an apron, a pot holder and tea towels.
See more kitchen textiles IKEA 365+ Pot holder ¥ 199 IKEA 365+ Tea towel ¥ 699 IKEA 365+ Tea towel ¥ 699 IKEA 365+ Tea towel ¥ 699
12 tasty ideas for cooking, serving and storing food
Kitchen with spice storage made of magnetic jars on magnetic boardsSEO Friendly Name: On a white tiled kitchen wall hangs a silver coloured magnetic board with stainless cointainers with clear lids on it  Two bottles and one jar of homemade ketchup with hand-written lables on them and a tomato plant in the background. A muffin tin filled with carrots, tomatoes, corncobs, cauliflower, radishes and dip.A bird’s eye view of a dining table with lots of different dishes with food from around the world. The tablecloth is old newspapers and flags are used to label the food dishes. A wall with stainless steel rails filled with pots, pans, chopping boards, grater and kitchen utensils

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