Cooking

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.

ANVÄNDBAR collection
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A clay pot with lid.
ANVÄNDBAR collection lets you live a little kinder. With terracotta made from natural clay. Grow food in it. Cook food in it. Store food in it.
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ANVÄNDBAR Clay pot RM65
Make food preparation a together time
Two girls peeling and cutting vegetables in the kitchen. SMÅBIT Knife and peeler RM19.90 SMÅBIT Knife and peeler RM19.90 SMÅBIT Knife and peeler RM19.90
A chopping board with a small knife and a peeler.
Cooking and food preparation is much more enjoyable when you do it together. SMÅBIT knife and peeler are real utensils adapted to kids’ hands.
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SMÅBIT Knife and peeler RM19.90
Celebrating rosy, homely times
A set of three tins with lid, one with red dots, one with floral pattern and one with small grey squares.
For a homely feeling, let the new INBJUDANDE series add a romantic rose pattern to the kitchen.
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INBJUDANDE Tin with lid, set of 3 RM15.90 INBJUDANDE Tin with lid, set of 3 RM15.90 INBJUDANDE Tin with lid, set of 3 RM15.90
Everyday basics forever
A man wearing a black apron with a beige border.
From knives to kitchen textiles, VARDAGEN series is made from long-lasting materials and designed in a style that never goes out of fashion.
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VARDAGEN Apron RM29.90
COOKING IDEAS
10 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  Extend the life of your herbs by drying them, upside down, in a warm, dry part of your home."A muffin tin filled with carrots, tomatoes, corncobs, cauliflower, radishes and dipStainless steel IKEA rails fixed across a window with containers holding wheatgrass.A wall with stainless steel rails filled with pots, pans, chopping boards, grater and kitchen utensils."
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