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Nine to Know | Kitchen Essentials

  • est narrow down nine everyday kitchen essentials, defined by their functionality, durability and design finesse.

    We’ve handpicked nine tried-and-true kitchen essentials across cookware, appliances, cutlery and accessories. These are the everyday icons of the kitchen.

    This feature originally appeared in est magazine issue #36.

    The oval shape of the Sarpaneva Cast Iron Pot is influenced by ancient Finnish folklore, reminiscent of open fire cooking. The heavy iron ensures slow, even cooking and the enamel non-stick surface guarantees easy cleaning.

    Chop Paddle Board Tom Dixon

    Milled from solid oak, the Chop Paddle Board designed by Tom Dixon is an essential from the designer’s coveted kitchen collection.

    The iconic Menu Bottle Grinders by Norm Architects are designed to be on display, available in a range of soft Scandinavian-inspired colours.

    The Menu Bottle Grinders in Classic Blue in Nano Pad by Studio Prineas | Photography by Chris Warnes.

    The Stelton White EM77 Vacuum Jug was created by the Danish designer Erik Magnussen. To this day it is one of Stelton’s best-selling products, suitable for both hot and cold drinks – and a favourite at est HQ.

    The KitchenAid Stand Mixer is a long-standing leader in premium kitchen mixers for baking and cooking.

    50s Style Toaster Smeg

    The Smeg 50s Style Toaster is part of the brand’s coveted 50s collection. Inspired by the style and durability of 1950s appliances, this toaster is available in a range of pastel colours.

    Made by a family-owned business in the village of Sao Martinho de Sande in Portugal, the Cutipol Black Moon Cutlery set combines the best of artisanal traditions with modern technology.

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