Nigella Lawson Living Kitchen Utensils Set/6 Cream
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- Ideal for display
- Retro charm
- Practical and attractive
- Available in cream or blue colourways
- Matches other items in the Living Kitchen range
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Cooking and serving utensils made of vitreous enamel in cream. The six piece set consists of slotted spoon and skimmer with droplet shaped perforations, solid spoon, pasta claw and small and large ladles with droplet shape.
"The traditional complement of kitchen utensils, in cosy gleaming enamel,both practical - the pouring lip on the ladles particularly helpful - and lovely looking enough that you don't feel you want to shove them out of sight in a drawer somewhere." --Nigella Lawson
|NIGELLA LAWSON'S LIVING KITCHEN|
Nigella Lawson is one of the UK's most popular food writers and broadcasters. Her range of kitchenware items, designed in collaboration with Sebastian Conran of Conran & Partners, was launched in 2002. Her day to day experience in the kitchen led to her desire to improve the tools of her trade; the result is an original, practical and stylish range of kitchen items ideal for today's home cook. Paying close attention to form, materials and colour, the Living Kitchen collection is of a high production and design standard. Traditional materials such as ceramic and wood are used in a contemporary and imaginative way, improving the function of the products. Delightful to use and a pleasure to display in the kitchen; as Nigella herself writes:- "Everything has to be utterly reliable, but there needs to be a pleasure beyond the functional. For me, pieces of kitchen equipment are like toys for grown ups: getting them has to feel like a treat." From household favourites such as mixing bowls in Nigella's signature colours of "white with soul" cream or duck egg "good mood" blue, to elegantly curved cooking tongs, each item brings something new and useful to the kitchen. Sophisticated packaging makes Living Kitchen products ideal to give as gifts, or as a personal treat.
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I'll explain why, please bear with me on this....
They were given to us as a Christmas present a few years ago. It was only after a few months that we noticed the finish deteriorating. I suspected a member of the family put them in the dishwasher (even though the packaging says not to do this), but this was not the case and we adhered to the manufacturers guidance and always washed them by hand. Over the past few years the finish on all but 2 of the utensils has deteriorated such that the black metal behind the ceramic is increasingly exposed. I just put it down to general wear and tear, so thought nothing of it. Anyway, last night I was cooking up a curry, with a large butterfly turkey breast, probably about £40 worth of free range turkey, with the intention of freezing for home made horse free "ready meals". Whilst stiring the pot of curry I could hear a faint 'creaking' sound from the spoon. I was alarmed to see that the black metal behind the ceramic was increasing in size. I continued stiring, as you do, and when I looked closer I could see tiny shards of ceramic splinters were flying off the handle.....into the curry!! I fished a few bits out but this obviously this rang alarm bells. I stopped cooking and did a little test on the draining board. I gently flexed the large Nigella spoon and sure enough, tiny shards of ceramic were pinging off. I ended chucking the curry out in the end, I'm not going to risk my family eating it. The splinters are elongated and very sharp, not to mention the dust too, it's like pepper. Real shame and what a waste, looked like a lovely curry! Worryingly, i'm sure this is not the first time our cooking has been contaminated in this way.Read more ›
I have actually found that the items perform very well in use and I do put the items in the dishwasher (not after every use, but fairly regularly) and after around three years, I have not noticed any deterioration in the finish (although it was not perfect to start with anyway). Having said that, the items are easy to wash by hand and as I have to hand wash my knives, it is no hassle to do these at the same time.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
i have used them 5-6 times and i just notice that one of the utensil has rust on itPublished 10 months ago by Marina K.
I bought this because it looks nice on the picture, but after using it for a while, I find it annoying. The utensils are super heavy and uncomfortable.Published 13 months ago by Amazon Customer
Just love love love these, great quality and bought some for one of my daughters as wellPublished 13 months ago by Denise