No master chef should be without these appetising products. EGL mixer with bowl and attachments, £59.99; kitchen scales, £15.99; Mason Cash mixing bowl, £14.99; fivepack check tea towels, £2.49; grey marble glass top saver, £2.99; four-piece storage jars, £12.99. All Studio Glass store jar, from £5; set of 3 storage tins, £15; glass jug, £19.50; glass storage jars from a selection; mug, £6, storage tins, as before, biscuit tin, £12.50; glass cake stand, £20; rolling pin, £12.50; white ceramic storage jar, from £6; baking tins from £7.50; small glass storage jar, as before; large glass mixing bowl, £12.50; small mixing bowl, £5; whisk, £4; set of 2 tea towels, £12.50; wooden spoon £5. All Marks and Spencer This old school flour shaker will add some vintage charm to your kitchen. Vintage flour shaker, £3, The Contemporary Home
This stylish rolling pin is a must for all pastry chefs. Wooden rolling pin, £20, Not On The High Street Not only will this printed mitt keep your fingers from getting burnt, it will also bring a pop of colour to your kitchen. Oriental blossom single oven mitt, £2.50, Wilko
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Now you can pick your day of the week to do the dishes. Ferm Living a week of dishcloths, £27, Nest Keep cakes fresh and moist by putting them in a cake tin. Garden Trading cake dome tin blue Dorset, £30, Amara Now you can put all your eggs in one basket... or nest. Mason Cash hen nest, £29, JD Williams
‘Radiator and towel airer’ Dampness is a big problem especially in flats, and Im always going on about ‘Don’t Hang Damp Cloths Over The Radiators, So For £5.99 From Argos You Can Get These Airers that hang at the front of the radiator, allowing the heat out and still dry damp cloths, PS Always vent your property when drying clothes.