FROM THE GRILL TO THE PLATE

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Bar­be­cues go hand-in-hand with sum­mer but there are op­tions other than plas­tic plates.

The Villeroy & Boch BBQ Pas­sion col­lec­tion (pic­tured be­low) is de­signed to cater for bar­be­cues, in­clud­ing lamb cut­lets through to grilled prawns, and skew­ers.

Mar­ket­ing man­ager Francesca Cal­effi says the col­lec­tion in­cludes large steak plates, with sep­a­rate ar­eas for sauces.

“The bar­be­cue has be­come a play­ground for new culi­nary spe­cial­ties, where the op­tions are end­less and a sim­ple din­ner plate is no longer enough,” Francesca says. “This col­lec­tion pro­vides bar­be­cue lovers with high-qual­ity table­ware suit­able for serv­ing meat, seafood and vegetables.”

For keen en­ter­tain­ers, cock­tails are ideal to of­fer guests on a lazy sum­mer af­ter­noon.

Uber Bar Tools has a range of cop­per bar tools which CEO Michael Sil­vers says are con­tem­po­rary and stylish — per­fect for creat­ing an im­pres­sion when mak­ing drinks for guests at home.

“Our cop­per tools of­fer a pol­ished twist, typ­i­cally ex­pe­ri­enced in trendy bars, in the comfort of your own home,” he says.

For those who want to smarten up the ta­ble, Ikea’s re­cently re­leased SVARTAN col­lec­tion is in­spired by India. The SVARTAN bowls, bot­tles and tealight hold­ers are ideal.

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