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What’s cooking for food preparation at Kooks Unlimted?

Christine Lynn-Thomas, owner of 30 year-old Kooks Unlimited in Richmond selects a batch of top sellers for food preparation:

Good Grips Salad Spinner from OXO

As soon as the sun is out, people want salad spinners and this one works well.

Charles Viancin Silicone Covers from Dexam

These are bright and cheerful, with new designs adding colour to the shop and to consumers’ kitchens. They are very useful as they can be used in the oven, microwave, fridge and freezer and don’t take up much room.

Above: Garlic Twist from Next Trend.
Above: Garlic Twist from Next Trend.

Wüsthof Classic 20cm Cooks Knife from Haus

It has an iconic shape and you can do every sort of food preparation with it.

Garlic Twist from Next Trend

This is easy to use and clean and you can decide how much garlic to crush.

Zyliss Ice Cream Scoop from DKB

A good design – this is a summer bestseller when the weather is good!

 

Top: Kooks celebrates 30 years of trading this year and says that ‘like a good cheese’ it has got even better with time.With knowledgeable ‘foodie’ staff, it serves Richmond’s culinary scene with its wide range of beautiful and quirky cookware and lifestyle products.

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