If you've ever seen a truly wonderful plate of food presented or seen videos of kitchen staff at restaurants like The Fat Duck or Alinea then you've seen how many chefs prefer to lay their food on the plate using tweezers.
It allows for more precision and in the small space offered on a plate can mean the difference between an average or a beautiful plate of food.
If you want to have a go at intricate plate design and also want your tweezers to stand out in the kitchen then these little beauties from Carrasco Barcelo - a design agency from Barcelona.
The tweezers come in wood, metal and even a plastic finish for whatever suits your needs.
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