We’ve been browsing the web and store to find six stylish kitchen gadgets to compliment your household, clutch on to your seat belts.
The Microplane Grater (Available from Amazon)
This Microplane Grater has been consistently voted as one of the best kitchen gadgets ever and is a very worthwhile edition to your home. It has been designed to make it very easy to grate cheese, chocolate etc. but also comes with an additional add-on when working with Garlic or ginger. We definitely recommend it.
Bengt Retro Wall Clock (Available from cooksparaphernalia.co.uk)
Most modern cookers may come with a timer, but you often do not hear them if you’re out of the room. The Bengt Wall clock and timer is based on a Swedish Retro Design and includes a detachable timer which can come in very handy.
Amboine Nutmeg Grinder (Available from Salamandercookshop.com)
This may be a little off the beaten track, however the Amboine Nutmeg Grinder not only looks good it relives the pain for anyone who has tried to grind nutmeg manually. It has been voted as one of the best grinders and mills for the kitchen and is beautifully designed with a chrome finish to look outstanding.
Sink Top Chopping Board and Drainer (Available from aplaceforevrything.co.uk)
This gadget is more of a luxury than a necessity; it has a sleek design and will make your cooking time a little more enjoyable by using this device. It is designed for the chopping board to fit neatly over your sink to create more work surface space, but its main advantage over a standard chopping board is you chop and then rise straight away and keep all the scrapings and chopping in the detachable container for disposal.
The Ceramic Knife by Kycocera (Available from cooks-knives.co.uk)
The advantage of a Ceramic Knife is that they are incredibly sharp, they never blunt and simply they never need sharpening. With the exception of diamonds ceramic knifes are one of the hardest cutting tools available for the kitchen.
The Electric Cooker by Remosaka (Available from Lakeland.co.uk)
This electric cooker was invented before the second world war. It uses very little electricity making it far more efficient than your standard cooker. Its main advantage is the portability, you can simply plugin anywhere with an available socket. You can roast chicken; toast sandwiches even make cakes and scones. It has been designed well to suit an expensive kitchen design but also useful for small houses.
The guest post has been provided by kutchenhaus kitchen designs a specialist in kitchen interiors.