We can’t get enough of the chic kitchenware from Joseph Joseph. Every item we’ve tested has that rare combination of good looks, clever functionality and affordability.
Gadget gurus (and twins) Antony and Richard Joseph founded the British company, which we first heard about from Daily Grommet reader Deb Pine. We featured their ingenious hinged chopping board and adjustable rolling pin back in December. Now we’ve got three more gems to share, and they’re all time savers.
The minimalist Unitool does the work of five utensils. It’s a spoon with both a slotted and solid surface, and it can be used as a flipper, serrated cutting tool and spatula. Just one Unitool can help you de-clutter your utensil drawer. And when you need freshly squeezed juice, the Citrus Catcher doubles as a citrus reamer and strainer. It has a flexible collar that catches pulp and seeds but lets the juice drain through. Lastly, the new Scoop Colander lets you drain and scoop food straight from the oven or out of the pan. It’s tough enough to withstand boiling water or hot oil, so it’s ideal for straining pasta and fried food.
Antony and Richard definitely have a knack for putting a fresh spin on even the most basic kitchen products. We can’t wait to see what they do next.