Best Products: A Few Ikea Finds

We just made a stop at Ikea and made it out without doing anything stupid. By now we know that there really are only a few things one should buy at Ikea – items that are useful, and that last. Wandering those cinnamon-bun-scented aisles, one must remain focused and have a sharp eye. Here are a few things you’re allowed to buy when you go to Ikea:

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SVALKA glass – set of 6 for $4.50 (4″ high, 7oz.) – beautifully designed, simple, and durable.

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MIXTUR oven/serving dish for $3.99 (11″ x 7″) – you can roast anything from a small bird to brussels sprout, bake a crumble, or serve especially handsome veggies – all clear, no lip, simple.

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FORMA ramekin for $1.99 – we use these constantly – for individual soufflés, serving olives, or prepping recipes. They go in the oven, the freezer, and the dishwasher.

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VICKNING mortar and pestel for $5.99 – just the right size.

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BURKEN glass jars for $2.49 – $5.99 – if you don’t like packaging, these are your friends. We put our grains, flours, sugars, cereals and beyond in them.

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UGN measuring cup for $4.99 – a bit on the delicate side, but a nice design-alternative to the classic red-marked Pyrex version.

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