Wouldn’t you like your kitchen to look a little chicer? We’re not suggesting a full remodel, no, no, but the addition of a couple of clever pieces from Our Place would certainly provide your kitchen space a welcomed upgrade.
Assuming you’re already clued up on Our Place (and have a number of their cookware systems squirrelled away in your Instagram’s saved tabs), you’ll know that their wares are cult items. Permanently in high demand, Our Place products have been known to attract big waiting lists. So, to avoid any (potential) disappoint and/or delay in adding said pieces to your kitchen, we’ve teamed up with Our Place to offer five lucky CF readers the chance to win a Home Cook Duo Set worth £265.he Home Cook Duo, which is comprised of The Perfect Pot and Always Pan. Thoughtfully designed to replace 16 pieces of traditional cookware, together, they’re an entire cooking system in just two pieces. The Always Pan is deep enough to boil, yet shallow enough to saute; a Gemini in the best possible sense. As for The Perfect Pot, its umpteen game-changing tricks (like a roasting rack that doubles as a steamer) make it a wunderbar kitchen addition. It also happens to be the perfect size for family style dinner parties at your place. Serendipity that.
As we can attest, using both items in tandem makes home cooking (and clean up) a cinch; it’s the perfect mealtime accoutrement. So, get out your cookbook out, message your Whats App clique to get a group dinner date in the diary, and, most importantly, fill out the below form for your chance to win the Home Cook Duo (which, with a little luck, should arrive in time for your next dinner party). We’re crossing our fingers for you!
What does the prize include?
- The Home Cook Duo (The Perfect Pot and Always Pan)
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ABOUT OUR PLACE
Our Place make products that connect people over home-cooking. They believe sharing a home-cooked meal is foundational to connection and that there is a transformative power in uplifting the differences in how people cook and eat together. Their hope is that telling stories of tradition will bring the disparate edges of our world closer together.