The kitchen and the gourmets
There's an outstanding and all-encompassing assortment of kitchen knives and other cutting tools for professional cooks as well as cooking aficionados manufactured by Au Nain Couteliers, a company from Thiers in the Auvergne. Various products from the 130-year-old smithy exemplify the perfect union of functionality and design.
If you have ever been lucky enough to see an expert chef cook, then you probably gush about the divine sophistication and quickness with which he uses the knife on his wooden chopping board, cutting shallots and leek into extremely delicate rings.
Tradition meets modernism in the best possible way: the cooking pots of the Prima Matera collection "Inocuivre Induction" by de Buyer are made of high-quality copper. At the same time, state-of-the-art technologies are used in production to make sure that all pots are suitable for induction cookers. The result is well-designed cookware of top quality that even meets high standards unfailingly.
The Ceracuivre copper pots produced by Baumalu combine German high-tech with French cooking tradition: copper pots that are coated with the extremely hard ceramic Greblon ® Ceram made by the German manufacturer Weilburger have been available since May 2012.
Food, be it a little snack or a delicious feast, is all about enjoyment and well-being. People from all over the world gather around the table after a hard day's work to enjoy meals with their loved ones while talking about everything that is on their mind. Although the love of food is always the same, the cooking utensils vary from country to country. Utensils that are used in America, for example, may be totally different from those used in Great Britain. Sometimes the differences are negligible and only present in the form of the technical terms used to describe them. Other times, however, cooking utensils have cultural significance and may only be popular in one particular country.