In case you, like me, have ever wished to be Mimi Thorisson—the author and prepare dinner who lives in a rambling nineteenth-century farmhouse within the Médoc area of France, picks plums and tomatoes from her lush yard backyard, cooks bountiful feasts with them, and all the time seems lovely doing it—you’re in luck. Due to a newly launched kitchen assortment by Zara Residence, now you can order a number of of the French-esque kitchen necessities Thorisson herself may use (and does, within the model’s photograph shoot in her nation kitchen). And at an inexpensive value: The costliest merchandise, a forged iron pot, rings in at $149; a set of 4 steak knives prices solely $29.90.
Listed below are a number of of the brand new releases we’re eyeing (and hope to get for our personal kitchens).
Images by way of Zara Residence.
Above: Noticed in Thorisson’s kitchen: white Arcos Steak Knives ($29.90 for a set of 4) and a wood-handled Berghoff Forged Iron Saucepan ($89.90) on the range. Above: A cotton-lined Storage Basket (from $19.90) holds baguettes.Above L: Two Terracotta Oven Casserole Dishes (from $25.90 for the small measurement) are secure for dishwasher, freezer, and oven; coming quickly. Above R: The Steak Knives, made for Zara Residence in collaboration with practically 300-year-old Spanish knife firm Arcos, in black. Above: A glossy iron Kitchen Trash Can is $99.90. Above: A vignette in Thorisson’s French kitchen, with a Berghoff Pepper Grinder ($35.90).Above L: The matte, cast-iron Berghoff Forged Iron Pot ($149) has an enameled inside (and received the maker, Berghoff, a Crimson Dot prize). Above R: A set of 4 Overlock Muslin Cloths is $17.90. Above: The tidy standing Wood Dustpan and Brush Set is $35.90; the smaller Dustpan and Brush Set, hanging, is $25.90. Above: An Earthenware Utensil Holder ($35.90) and recent eggs on a facet desk.Above L: The Berghoff Forged Iron Saucepan has a skinny black rim. Above R: A pointy Mini Colander in lacquered black ($14.90) Above: Thorisson, a number of of her youngsters, and an orange-and-fig cake. (Get the recipe right here.)
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