Why settle for a round cookie when you could have one shaped like the Eiffel Tower? Italian designer Italo Ottinetti enables us to snack on all of Europe’s most iconic architecture with ‘City Cookies‘, a cookie cutter set in a wooden ‘landscape’.
Each of the six stainless steel cookie presses represents a European nation’s most recognizable monument – can you name them all?
The set is available for purchase at Apparecchiare La Citta, which also offers a meat mallet in the shape of an Ionic-style column and a miniature landscape that’s actually a functioning cheese board, with cheese knives hidden within a mountain.
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