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food for thought


i’m planning on doing a little cleaner living during lent, which means i’m going to be spending a little longer in my kitchen than usual, preparing dishes from scratch. if only i had a set of these beautiful foodwear pots & pans by rodolfo dordoni for knindustrie which i spotted at maison & objet, to help encourage my healthier diet…

the long slender handles (in glittering stainless steel or chic walnut) are detachable, meaning the pieces can move seamlessly from professional cooking utensils in the kitchen, to elegant serving pieces on the dining table. neat, right?

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