MEALS ON WHEELS
We’re big fans of culinary contrivances that move with the times
While the will to eat well may be there, the time and space to whip up a nutrient-packed feast may not. here to help is italian fine cabinetry expert giorgetti, which has designed the ‘alfred’ kitchen to make things compact, ergonomic and mobile for the home chef. Made from canaletto walnut with wheels and a marble top, the drawers swivel or slide, offering ample storage in a compact package. london’s harrods has provided our time- and nutrient-efficient food component. its overhauled, expanded food hall now includes a souped-up greengrocery department with a vegetable butchery service that is part educative, part timesaving, part show-off. Whether you wish to try a new vegetable and need chopping guidance, want your sides sliced and freshly seasoned (anyone for aubergine and miso butter or panch phoran cauliflower?) or simply need your carrots julienned, waste-free craftcutting is on hand.
‘alfred’ trolley, £12,961, by giorgetti. ‘Mesh’ knives, from £35 each, by normann copenhagen. ‘Monolithic’ casserole, $200; frying pan, $140, both by naoto Fukasawa, for Jia inc. Vegetables, from a selection, from harrodsFor stockists, see page 169 Photography: Benedict Morgan interiors: olly Mason Writer: emma Moore