When we moved house to the Apple Chapel, I had to box up everything I owned on the few weekends I had free between commuting backwards and forwards to our old home, our old kitchen. It was a torturous time filled with mixed emotions, amongst them were the feelings of shame over how many of the soulless, multipack cardboard boxes were mine and in particular, were labelled “books” or “kitchen”.
It’s safe to say, over the years I have collected quite a bit of kit but I do make use of it all on a regular basis and it’s always nice to have a hobby, right? So when I was approached and asked if I would like to review some of my favourite products from KitchenCraft I absolutely jumped at the chance! When I went back and looked at what I already had in my kitchen, I was surprised how many of their products I have, use regularly and love already.
The branding is clean and minimal and I hadn’t noticed until I did this little stock take that I must think quite of lot of them, given how many things of theirs I own. So here is the first of my posts about KitchenCraft and it’s rather marvellous kitchen kit.
I give you, simple white baguettes. Made using this rather fantastic baguette crisping tray. What we have is a heavy duty, perforated metal tray which you bake your baguettes in. As you can see, it allows you to make two at a time so when I tested it for the first time, knowing I would have enough dough to make four which meant I could do a side but side comparison of how I usually make them to see if the KitchenCraft kit passed the test…
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