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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.

Sometimes a great deal is easy to find
Kitchen Organizing
Tip: Kitchen interior fittings turn chaotic drawers and hard-to-reach corners into things of beauty and efficiency. Incorporating interior fitting solutions, such as utensil organizers, pot holders and drawer dividers helps to keep everything in its place.
Food storage ideas & inspiration
Pack your lunch in stylish glass containers for a more special feel.
Fresh ways to pack a lunch
We all love to eat, and cooking for fun has become bigger than ever. On the flip side, that can mean an overabundance of food and, unfortunately, a lot of waste. If you need some help streamlining your food storage (and thus cutting down on waste), we’ve got you covered! Here are our best tips.
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The packed lunch: it can be the highlight of your afternoon or a moment of dread. Aim for the former with a cool presentation that elevates any meal.
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Food stored in glass containers on a counter top.
Super smart ways to store your food
What's cooking?
A purple cabbage sits on top of a chopping board in a blue kitchen. A large chef's knife is seen sticking into the chopping board beside the purple cabbage.Cooking utensils layed flat on a wooden countertop surface.Image of IKEA 365+ frying pan with a noodle dish and salmon on top of a wood counter. Blue cloth napkins surround the dish.
Make cooking easy with the timeless design and long-lasting quality of IKEA 365+.
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