You love that well seasoned 1960′s frying pan you got off your nan when you were a student but you wouldn’t be caught dead taking your frittata to the table in it. Step in our gorgeous range of serveware which will have your meatballs looking marvelous and your guests Ooh-ing over your hors d’oeuvres.
I love Wedgwood's Cuckoo serveware range! This beautiful cake stand will make a brilliant present or just keep it to make your afternoon tea simply dahling! Read more on Wedgwood.
Serve with love
This is a beautifully made decanter, it's pretty sturdy and will look great on the table. Don't get more than one, unless you want to go for that 'Dr Bunsen Honeydew' look. Lovers of the Muppets will know. Read more on WMF.
Cute cheese knives set by Guzzini which don't hurt your hand whilst cutting hard cheese.
We love our rustic oak cheese dome so much that it's still sitting inside a box. It's too good to use!
Phil - actually it's because I'm not allowed anymore cheese. Apparently I'm getting too fat :(
Bodum's Assam teapot is made of cast iron, weighs a ton but keeps your tea hot for ages. Available from Bodum.
I adore these chicken footed egg cups but they are quite big though so make sure you buy large eggs!
Give your boiled eggs a silly makeover if you want to be late for work!
These were really popular when they first came out, the little hammer actually works to help crack the egg.
For seriously posh breakfasts
The cage peeps when the bird-strainer is removed weird or what?
Perfect as a present
Super helpful around the kitchen and quicker than firing up your laptop to Google it!
Heavyweight mugs that keep your drinks hotter for longer - comes in all Le Creuset colours so they can match your casseroles yar darling! Available from Le Creuset.
Why use those disposable hot drinks cups, filling up landfill with papery waste in the process, when you can have one of these reusable porcelain Eco Cups? Keeps your drink hot with it's silicone lid and your fingers un-burned with the silicone sleeve.
A great space-saver and beautiful sculpture in one.
Made to celebrate the centenary of the Royal Albert homeware company, this commemorative collection of five pairs of late twentieth century influenced matching teacups and saucers would be an ideal anniversary or birthday gift. Read more on Royal Albert.
Get them all to brighten up your kitchen
Handmade in Belgium since 1826, I would love this crystal decanter if I had enough money. Read more on Val Saint Lambert.
Illustrated by the infamous Quentin Blake. I love Roald Dahl stories and you can now get all of your favourite stories on mugs from the Roald Dahl store.