Kitchen Bull from Toro Legno

I don’t really cook a lot. I don’t even know how to cook. Anyway, when I do, or when I try to, I usually get really bored because I imagine it would go faster. I imagine experimented cooks have the same problem, unless they cook 3 or 4 meals in the same time and they wish they had more time. Now let me introduce you to a very functional piece that I find very useful in the kitchen.

It’s called the Kitchen Bull and comes from Toro Legno. It’s because it was intended to be used in the kitchen and because it looks like a bull. It even had horns, not as sharp as the real thing but still suggestive. The Kitchen Bull is a combination of a miniature bookcase and a knife holder. You can use it to store some books or magazines that you might want to read while cooking so that you don’t get bored. Of course, ideally, you should use it for cook books, but let’s be honest, how many cook books does someone need? And to make it even more functional, there’s also a place where you can put the knives for easy access.

It’s a very ingenious creation. It allows you to keep yourself busy while being functional and very useful. In the same time, it invites you to read more often, even if it’s a magazine or a cook book. Maybe in time you’ll want to read something more elaborate.



Published by in Home Gadgets, on June 17th, 2011

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