Okay, so Jamie Oliver has broken a few promises in the past.
That show of his, The Naked Chef? Not one nude shot in the entire three series
And his restaurant, Fifteen Melbourne? Let’s just say that fifteen does not
refer to the average meal price.
But if there’s one area where Jamie Oliver truly delivers all that he’s promised, it’s in his personal range of kitchen products. Known simply as Jamie’s Kitchen Kit, these utensils have been crafted using Jamie’s vast experience in both professional and private kitchens. They’re sleek, simple and designed to make cooking (both the naked and fully clothed variety) just that little bit
Mortar and Pestle sets are pretty cool. They're heavy and they're smooth and you just feel like you're more involved in everything you do with it. The combination of a rough interior for effective grinding, with a polished outside for that "it feels really good" sensation, means this Mortar and Pestle is going to make mincemeat out of your favourite herbs and spices, metaphorically speaking. Unless you're actually making mincemeat.
Mortar and Pestle features:
- Rough grinding surface.
- Smooth exterior surface.
- Weighted for effective grinding.
- Hand wash recommended.
Bowl Diameter: 14cm.