Table of contents:
- Ladles and sieves
- Shelves, goblets, glasses
- Chairs, tea towels, bread preparations
- Can openers and display cabinets
2023 Author: Cody Thornton | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-05-24 11:20
From the carrot tempera to the thermo knife passing through the extensible fork, strictly necessary, I suffer from kitchen mate pathology: a therapy to cure the intimate satisfaction that I feel before closing the object of desire inside a drawer - shaming myself a little - they have yet to invent it.
This obsession doubles if the kitchen tools are found from Ikea.
I need a recovery center, a listening group or a nanny to prevent me from going periodically to get lost in there. Even just for a ladle, a trivet or the jars that are nowhere else so beautiful.
Imagine the emotional compensation in discovering that the American magazine Saveur has done the dirty work for you and me, asking the chefs what kitchen tools are, with the addition of some objects, which even they can only love.
Ladles and sieves
Some of the chefs consulted by Saveur could not do without the Ikea ladles: cheap, long enough to overturn the entire pot. Rort, in particular, is for them. Probably yours too, isn't it?
Not to mention the humble Idealisk, the perfect assistant not so much for sifting the flour but for making cookies with the children.
I know that too much happiness becomes unbearable, and consequently we should beware of the green Ikea coiled under pots, primary tools of daily help to protect the worktop that one would want everywhere.
Lagg is the archetypal, lively, lively, anti-depressant. You like it?
Shelves, goblets, glasses
Then there are those who compulsively buy shelves, plates, trolleys in various shapes and for all tastes, the quantity depends on the budget.
Raise your hand if you have had the courage to leave the glass department empty-handed. Your cognac glass was right there and no one had told you yet (since when have you been drinking cognac ?!).
None of you could resist Diod, I'm sure, while Planera likes to wink at chefs.
Men often say that Ikea is unnerving, oppressive, bribes children with balloons and above all, to be on the subject, Ikea eats badly.
Play the gnorri.
They will insist, pointing out that there is also a great queue for those priceless meatballs, that invasive salmon and those terrible hot dogs for the price of a ballpoint pen.
This is the time to react: Ikea is the superhuman body that organizes everything. In this empire of fake decision-making DIY you will find the most beautiful and accessible natural or colored glass jars in the world. Also excellent for preserves, with suitable toppings that do not drip.
Korken (also bottle) rulez.
Chairs, tea towels, bread preparations
The chairs are hypnotic. You watch them cost 10 euros and think you can accommodate the world. Adde adds a pop touch to the kitchen, Ingolf adds Nordic whiteness. There is also something for those who crave a country house.
Dishcloths approved by Saveur's chefs, are of good quality 100% cotton. At € 0.50 Tekla is the perfect tea towel for any occasion.
I am heartened by how chefs also fall into Ikea's gastronomic traps. We are penniless and spend hours in there imagining culinary decency, but the bread mix, frankly, is too much even for me.
Can openers and display cabinets
It took me two months to learn how to use that can opener. Among the products on sale in the insurmountable paths of Ikea, it is the one with the highest share of perfidy.
Scratchproof, childproof, first of all, but how hard it is to open boxes with Koncis.
Make up for it with a Fabrikor display cabinet.