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Fall Cooking with Serax

Fall Cooking with Serax

As the season changes gradually to fall, we've got cooking on our minds! Each year as colder temperatures take over, we find ourselves a little bit more inspired to get in to the kitchen to create some warm comfort foods. Its a beautiful daily ritual for many - either cooking for yourself, your families or gathering your friends for a meal - cooking draws us together and nourishes. Investing in innovative and flexible cookware to meet your needs in the kitchen is a must - that's why we wanted to introduce you to Serax's cookware collections - ideal for all enthusiasts of no-fuss cooking!

1. Surface Cookware by Sergio Herman

With a timeless look and innovative design, the Surface collection is perfectly attuned to the present. The cast iron cooking pots and pans come in a beautiful Camogreen or a classic black glaze. Perfect for taking from the stovetop to the table. The collection was designed by master chef Sergio Herman from Zeeland!

2. Pure Cookware Collection by Pascale Naessens

"Working with beautiful and handy objects in the kitchen makes you happy", says Pascale Naessens, the creator behind the Pure Collection. We couldn't agree more. Her Pure line for Serax features pots and pans with an unsurpassed ease of use. Light aluminum and stainless steel - the collection is available in 3 gorgeous colours: serene white, stone gray and ebony black. 

3. Base Collection by Piet Boon

Studio Piet Boon has a reputation for innovation and beautiful design - and now they've created a cookware collection. The pots and pans were designed with the same roundness as their tableware collection. The matte stainless steel or copper exterior emphasize their unique appearance. The entire cooking set is suitable for all heat sources (including induction). 

 

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