Kaleido M Tray - Hay-The Woods Gallery
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29,00€
Alza Bowl by Trine Andersen - Ferm Living-Blanc-The Woods Gallery
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119,00€
Sprinkle Enamel Black Enamel Plate - Hay-The Woods Gallery
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12,00€
Moon Cosmic Diner Dish ø 30cm - Seletti X Diesel Living-The Woods Gallery
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63,00€
Kaleido S Tray - Hay-The Woods Gallery
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20,00€
ToiletPaper Baking Dish - Baking Dish - Seletti-Bleu-The Woods Gallery
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73,00€
Kaleido XS Tray - Hay-The Woods Gallery
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18,00€
Kaleido L Tray - Hay-The Woods Gallery
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45,00€
Rectangular resin tray by Gaetano Pesce - Fish Design-The Woods Gallery
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144,00€
Soleil Cosmic Diner Dish ø 36cm - Seletti X Diesel Living-The Woods Gallery
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84,00€
Gaetano Pesce Round Resin Tray Clear Pink, Fuchsia L - Fish Design-The Woods Gallery
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120,00€
Basket The Bread Bin Quotidiano Estetico Selab + Alessandro Zambelli - Seletti-The Woods Gallery
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49,00€
Trine Andersen Forest Tray Tidy Pocket - Ferm Living-The Woods Gallery
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32,50€ regular price 65,00€ On sale
Gaetano Pesce Blue / Purple Resin Basket S - Fish Design-The Woods Gallery
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240,00€
Big Collina Clear Purple Resin Basket, Matt Fuchsia M by Gaetano Pesce - Fish Design-The Woods Gallery
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305,00€
Gaetano Pesce Amber Resin Basket L - Fish Design-The Woods Gallery
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240,00€
Gaetano Pesce Round Resin Tray Clear Green, Violet L - Fish Design-The Woods Gallery
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120,00€

1 / How to make a wooden tray?

Making a wooden tray yourself is very easy. For this you will need a rectangular wooden board 1,5 cm thick and measuring 33x44 cm, a wooden cleat 5 cm wide and 1,5 cm thick and a minimum length of 160 cm, nails, a hammer, a tape measure, a pencil, paint, and varnish. Follow the steps below. Step 1: Cut the wooden cleat so as to obtain two pieces of 33 cm and two pieces of 47 cm (44 + 1,5 * 2). Step 2: Secure the pieces of wood to the board with nails; don't forget to put nails at the corners to secure the pieces together, not just on the board. Step 3: Paint your tray the color you want, and finish with a coat of varnish to protect it! And to make the most of the art of the table, consider decorating it with the magnificent design fish vase by Geatano Fish

2 / How to clean a tray?

Does your tray need a little cleaning? Here are our simple but effective tips to make it like new. With white vinegar: White vinegar is a household essential to have in your kitchen. You can use it in a lot of different ways. For. Clean a tray, boil some white vinegar, and pour it into the bottom of the tray. Wait a few moments for him to act; it is particularly effective against grease spots. Once the vinegar has cooled a little, scrub the tray with a sponge, and rinse it with clean water. With lemon: Lemon is a powerful degreaser. It should be used in the same way as white vinegar; boil it, pour it into your tray, wait a few moments, rub, and rinse! With baking soda and washing up liquid: In the tray to be cleaned, pour washing up liquid, 3 teaspoons of baking soda, and hot water. Leave on for about 30 minutes. Rinse the tray, then rub the residue with a sponge soaked in hot water and sprinkled with baking soda.

3 / How to compose a fruit basket?

The arrangement of the fruits in the basket is important; when you know how to do it, the fruits keep better and spoil less quickly. Follow our advice to enjoy their benefits for as long as possible. You will undoubtedly have noticed that one fruit in particular deteriorates faster than the others: the banana. Indeed, it can darken very quickly. To avoid this, do not separate the bananas between them, and do not put other fruits on them. Apples and bananas are ethylene fruits; ethylene is a gas naturally produced by fruits which accelerates their ripening. This is why they should be avoided to come in contact with other fruits, except those with thick skin. So that your fruits do not spoil too quickly in the basket, place the larger ones underneath, and fill in the holes with berries. Finally, be aware that there are so-called climacteric fruits; that is to say that once picked, they no longer ripen, and are therefore much easier to store!

4 / How to make a nice cheese platter?

A cheese board is a great transition between main course and dessert. To satisfy your guests, you have to be creative! Here are our tips. First of all, start by choosing the plate that will host your cheeses; choose it preferably in wood, and of a size adapted to the number of guests you receive. For a successful platter, you need at least three varieties of cheese: a hard cheese, a creamy one, and a strong one. Allow around 50 to 60g of cheese per person. The idea is to mix the textures to obtain a beautiful (and good!) Result. Once the cheeses are placed on the tray, all you have to do is add toppings: nuts, figs, small jars of jam, compote ... give way to your imagination. Don't forget to serve the cheese with bread, possibly a small salad, and above all a good bottle of wine!

5 / How to compose a seafood platter?

To compose a seafood platter, it's all about balance. Start by choosing a stainless steel tray. Put crushed ice and seaweed on the bottom. The seafood platters are generally composed of lobsters, lobsters, shrimps, prawns, oysters, mussels, clams, periwinkles, whelks, clams and cockles. Buy your seafood a maximum of 24 hours in advance; they should be eaten very fresh. Cook those who need it. To arrange them on the platter, start by placing the larger pieces in the center, cut in half. Then circle the center of the middle pieces. Finally, insert the smaller pieces where there are holes. Insert your shellfish well over the entire tray; there should not be all the oysters or all the shrimp in the same place, for example. Decorate it all with lemons. To accompany the seafood platter, take rye bread, salted butter, and mayonnaise (preferably homemade). Do not forget to provide fingerwash! Finally, plan a good bottle of dry white wine, which goes wonderfully with seafood.

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