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Mortar and pestle

Not content with designing premium quartz surfaces to prepare food and eat off, Caesarstone recently worked with food design studio Arabeschi di Latte which produced a menu based on the launch of its four new ‘raw and tough’ colours. Chef Francesca Sarti created a ‘black crunchy bread’ based on its ‘Rugged Concrete’ and ‘Pashmak cotton candy’ based on its ‘Montblanc’ marble white. Quite what she rustled up for ‘Turbine Grey’ and ‘Moorland Fog’ wasn’t stated; but grey and damp… some kind of porridge perhaps?

 

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