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VonShef Extendable Adjustable Bamboo Cutlery Tray
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VonShef Extendable Adjustable Bamboo Cutlery Tray by VonShef

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FITTINGSCO High Quality Plastic Cutlery Tray For Kitchen Drawers, Various Sizes/Formations
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FITTINGSCO High Quality Plastic Cutlery Tray For Kitchen Drawers, Various Sizes/Formations by Hilbri Originals

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Relaxdays Adjustable Bamboo Tray, Extendible, with 5 to 7 Compartments, Size: 5 x 48.5 x 37 cm, Drawer Insert, Natural Brown
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Relaxdays Adjustable Bamboo Tray, Extendible, with 5 to 7 Compartments, Size: 5 x 48.5 x 37 cm, Drawer Insert, Natural Brown by Relaxdays

  • Multi-purpose - Not just a utensil holder - The drawer organizer...
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Lakeland Expandable 4-5 Hole Cutlery Organiser Tray -Granite
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Lakeland Expandable 4-5 Hole Cutlery Organiser Tray -Granite by madesmart

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  • Expands from 4 to 5 compartments - just click in to place to set...
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InterDesign Linus Cutlery Tray for Silverware, Large Kitchen Accessories for Storage and Organising, Made of Durable Plastic, Clear
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InterDesign Linus Cutlery Tray for Silverware, Large Kitchen Accessories for Storage and Organising, Made of Durable Plastic, Clear by InterDesign

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Rules for a happy life: never look under a teenager's bed and never clear out ... - The Guardian

ecently, the Yorkshire based herb-and-spice company Steenbergs held a competition to find the oldest unused packet of spices in anybody’s cupboard. The winner: a pot of Sainsbury’s pickling spices bought in 1975 for 19p. Clearly we should celebrate such Olympic standard procrastination. I’m sure they were planning to get round to their brilliant home-pickling project, just as soon as they had rearranged the cutlery drawer. But for me that response was overlaid by something else: recognition. For, purely by coincidence, while Steenbergs was encouraging the nation to excavate their kitchen cabinets, we were also giving our own walk-in larder a clean out. I say “we”. It was entirely my wife’s doing. I was minded to let sleeping condiments lie. Two of my unbending rules for a happy life: never look under a teenager’s bed and never, ever mess with the kitchen cupboards. But she was determined. And so the great work began. I stood by and watched as the kitchen surfaces were quickly covered with a Manhattan of bottles and jars of ancient vintage. This brought me face to face with all my unrealised ambitions as a domestic cook. My desire to be an endlessly inventive kitchen warrior with a seemingly boundless repertoire, piled up unceremoniously before me. There were the jars of buttercup-yellow preserved lemons, and the dinky pots of harissa paste, the colour of... There were things called “marmalade” which didn’t involve oranges, and pitch-black pastes made from damsons which I seem to recall needing for my home experiments in neo-rustic British nose-to-tail eating. And don’t get me started on the Asian stuff: the fermented bean pastes with endless permutations of chilli and dried shrimp. the misos of ever darkening shades. the rice wines and soys and vinegars. Some of these had been opened. I peered inside to find a few with a deep dimple where I had sampled this new genius purchase, and then realised I didn’t have a clue what to do with it. Others had developed furry moulds so thick I didn’t know whether to scoop them out or stroke... And then there were those – oh the shame – where the seal hadn’t even broken. I should beat myself up here over the disgusting waste, and I do. It doesn’t matter how long it takes to throw something away: waste is still waste. But even more than. Source: www.theguardian.com

All I Want for Christmas Is a Vitamix: The Kitchen Gift Guide - Bloomberg View

It's that time of the year. The candles are ready for lighting, the greenery is beswagged, the festive lights are hung, and the old family recipes are coming out, ready for exuberant overeating. And of course, it's time to buy gifts -- which in my household usually means a kitchen item. There's a reason that someone, possibly me, has dubbed our kitchen "the Appliance Museum. " Except it's one of those hands-on museums where all the stuff actually gets used. I love cooking, and I love gadgets to cook with. So here, forthwith, are (more than) a few of my favorite things. You'll see a lot of old favorites along with a few new additions that have graced my kitchen this year. Stocking Stuffers (under $25). Microplane zester I start this guide with the same thing every year: the microplane zester. That's for two reasons. First, it's amazingly useful: It removes just the zest, not the bitter white pith, so you can add lots of lovely citrusy zest to your sauces, custards and desserts without endangering your knuckles on the old box graters. It also makes lovely clouds of Parmesan or chocolate for toppings. But the other reason it's a great gift is that a surprising number of cooks don't know about the magic of a zester, so if they don't have one, they'll be very happy. Salt pig Most frequent cooks, including me, like to have their salt out on the counter, where they can dig in for easy sprinkling. This provides an attractive place to keep your salt next to the stove, free from splatters but available for free dipping. Disposal genie OK, this is not a romantic present. I wouldn't make this the sole treat under the tree for the spouse, unless you've already signed the separation papers. Nonetheless, it's a very handy little gadget that lets water drain while preventing your precious cutlery from falling into the disposal and turning into a Found Art project. Fish spatula People who know me are always surprised to see me recommend this, because I hate the taste of cooked fish. You do not need to be a fish lover to be a fish spatula lover. It's just a nice, wide spatula that eases the task of flipping, moving or plating your larger, more unwieldy items. I don't use it every day -- but when I do use it, I really need it. OXO basting brush Bulb basters are basically useless for the task of basting. Source: www.bloombergview.com

The Best Bistro in Paris Is Run by the Levha Sisters - Bloomberg

It’s Friday night at Le Servan and the couple next to me is involved in some serious negotiating. “ Non ,” says the man. “I really think we should get the sea snails. ” He pulls his hair back into a perfectly crumpled man bun. “Oh, please,” the woman says with a note of disgust, “we always get the sea snails. Tonight, I’m in the mood for cockles. ” They kiss, then agree to order both. Meanwhile, a famous French restaurant critic, dressed in brown corduroy and tweed, is polishing off a slice of praline tart with an extremely crisp and buttery crust and spooning up half of a poached pear. Superstar Mexican chef Enrique Olvera, most recently of New York’s Cosme, leans on the bar, sharing a hot plate of sweetbreads with some fellow cooks. Camille Fourmont, who runs a stylish wine bar just down the street, walks in. “I’m hungry,” she announces to a skinny French waiter. Then, 10 times louder, toward the half-open kitchen: “Hey, I’m superhungry. What are you cooking back there. Le Servan seats only 38 people at its wooden tables, and a few more at stools pulled up close to the brass bar. But as the room fills up (always, every day), it can feel like the center of the Paris food scene. When sisters Tatiana and Katia Levha opened their tiny bistro last spring in the 11th arrondissement, a few blocks from the twisting maze of tombstones in Père Lachaise cemetery, neither had run a restaurant before. But with its friendly dining room and big plates of polished, unpretentious food, Le Servan epitomizes the city’s new wave of culinary culture—unfussy and affordable, with an emphasis on high-quality ingredients. Katia, 27, and Tatiana, 30, were born in Paris and Manila, respectively, and grew up together in France, Hong Kong, and Thailand. Their father was a headhunter who specialized in Southeast Asia, and their mother was an artist. The family visited their relatives in the Philippines once a year. The restaurant has the tousled look of a Parisian boît e, but its flavors, borrowing elements from Asia, are deep and complex. Those sea snails, or whelks, so commonly served in Paris with a dollop of mayonnaise for dipping, involve a subtle shot of chili. And the fat French cockles come in a juice spiked with chili and ginger, along with a massive heap of Thai basil—it’s based on something the sisters loved to eat when they lived in Bangkok in the late 1990s. Veal brains, poached slowly in butter... Source: www.bloomberg.com

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