In­spect a gad­get

Need a shav­ing of hard cheese? Or an av­o­cado de-stoned? There’s a gad­get for that...

EDP Norfolk - - Bakers And Larners - www.bak­er­sand­larn­

THE BAK­ERS and Larn­ers cook­shop is a sec­tion of the store filled to the brim with ev­ery­thing that could pos­si­bly be de­sired for the home and kitchen. Yet for those cus­tomers who delve a lit­tle deeper into this depart­ment, a range of in­ter­est­ing, in­trigu­ing, prac­ti­cal and labour-sav­ing kitchen gad­gets awaits.

While the Bak­ers and Larn­ers food hall is fa­mous for its 17th cen­tury wine cel­lar, a host of ac­com­pa­ny­ing wine drinking ac­ces­sories can be found at the Holt store’s cook­shop. High on the list of cook­ware as­sis­tant Chloe’s must-haves is the Cork­ci­cle. “Thanks to the Cork­ci­cle, your wine can be kept chilled and at the ideal tem­per­a­ture,” says Chloe. “Sim­ply place into any bot­tle to en­joy a cool bev­er­age – and a handy stop­per en­sures no spillage.” Per­fect for al­fresco din­ing.

But what food to ac­com­pany the wine? Fans of the Mediter­ranean diet are sure to take de­light in the store’s ro­tage tool, which shaves any hard cheese to per­fec­tion; “Ideal for any Ital­ian dish,” Chloe notes. For any cook­ing task, the cor­rect uten­sils are es­sen­tial. The novel ‘big fork’ kitchen tool is ideal for con­ve­niently serv­ing, carv­ing and lift­ing roasted meats. “Of all the gad­gets, the Avo Shark is by far my favourite. As a truly novel item used for the ex­trac­tion of av­o­cado stones, it is some­thing to bring out at a din­ner party to re­ally im­press your guests. It can also be used for other stoned fruit – one of a host of re­ally use­ful de­vices in-store with a num­ber of ap­pli­ca­tions,” Chloe con­cludes. Visit the Bak­ers and Larn­ers cook­shop depart­ment to browse these gad­gets and much more. Or visit the store on­line for con­ve­nient home de­liv­ery.

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