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When nature comes into the kitchen

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When nature comes into the kitchen

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After the new culinary trends, it's up to the kitchen accessories to take a new turn. At the time of organic, locavore and gluten-free, we also claim homemade and local dishes.

We know it: organic and natural are in the air. This trend is now invited in the decor, with a total of artisan tableware. The world of cooking is readapted to always be closer to consumers.

Read also> Cooking utensils: practical and decorative

A knife with a thin blade

Knife "Deejo art deco" juniper wood, designed by Stéphane Lebeau, 49.90 euros, Nature and Discoveries.

Nature and Discoveries

Gluten free cooking

At age 40, fashion designer Anne-Hèlene Dumoulin decided to change her life and become a pastry chef. This is obvious for this woman who spends her free time preparing simple biscuits, "housewives' pastries" as she says beautifully. With her CAP as a pastry chef in her pocket, she launches Maison Suzanne, gluten-free cakes and biscuits prepared with whole wheat flour, buckwheat, organic corn and the least refined sugar possible. "I realized that parents spent their time digesting the cookie package without understanding it, so it all started." maisonsuzanne.fr

maisonsuzanne.fr

maisonsuzanne.fr

The tableware

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Florence Vandenhende feeds her inspiration every day in the Bay of Somme. After a master's degree in economics, the young woman discovered here, far from the city, a forest where she gleans pieces of wood with which each vein, each asperity, each node fascinates her. A click ! She then started working with woodworkers and then went through advanced vocational training. The unique objects from the workshop are hand carved from local species selected with respect for the forest. His first clients are restaurateurs from the region, star-studded establishments in Lille or Paris, in love with simple and useful objects. kermessesauvage.com

kermessesauvage.com

Artisan plates

Bowls and plates in wood "Mango plate", from 11.50 euros, The House Pernoise, lamaisonpernoise.com

The Pernoise House

Made in the Basque Country

In the capsule collection from the Coffee Paper X Jean-Vier collaboration, there are cushions, hand towels and enamelled cups, 19 euros each. Coffee Paper is a brand of everyday objects created by two illustrators based in the Basque Country, who use craftsmen and renowned houses for their expertise. Rens. jean-vier.com

jean-vier.com

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