KAHLA presents the most precious pieces for fingerfood, snacks and flying buffets
Delicious skewers and cold soups, mini salads, canapés and dips. No doubt: Fingerfood is popular as never before. Not only for the catering at stand-up parties and receptions, but also in cafés, bars and hotels the trend to a mixed variety of small titbits and snacks. In its finest form, KAHLA is now presenting the novel collection Fingerfood. Just in time for the trade fair Internorga, the Thuringian design porcelain trade mark has compiled a selection of their best pieces in miniature format.
A spoon buffet is a convenient way of serving small titbits for your aperitif. You can find the right cutlery for this, for example in the KAHLA series Update (design: Barbara Schmidt): With its curved organic form the Asia spoon spices up finest tartar of salmon as well as venison parfait and fennel mousse. For everything that requires a clear frame and optimum stability, the graphic spoon Cumulus (design: Barbara Schmidt) is the ideal choice, as its almost vertically rising spoon handle invites you to take it. The role of the diva of the evening – and certainly of any other time of the day – is played by the KAHLA buffet blossom (design: Cornelia Müller). It conveys a naturally grown appearance and presents culinary highlights with equal obvious naturalness as exclusive flair.
The rich abundance of plates and platters from the collection Fingerfood by KAHLA proves that delicacies do not necessarily have to be served on a silver platter. Whether inspired by futurist design such as in the acute-angled mini platter from the series OPUS (design: speziell®) or whether there are soft flowing and emotional forms like the bread plate from the series Elixyr (design: Barbara Schmidt): here all types of seducing culinary creations show to advantage.
Yummy dips complement the variety of treats at the buffet or at the bistro table. KAHLA here draws on abundant resources. The selection ranges from easy-to-grasp mini and midi dip bowls of the series Elixyr to the series Update and OPUS and the crystalline shape of Diamonds & Pearls (design: Barbara Schmidt, Mirjami Rissanen). While the dip bowls of the health spa series TAO (design: speziell®) look like pebbles gently moulded by the water, the olive oil bowl reminds you of terraced mountain slopes. Finally, the Abra Cadabra porcelain sets (design: Cornelia Müller) seem to be rather unpretentious, their lid can either be used as delicate plate, cover or saucer.
“Combining plus supplementing means change“. This is the magic formula used by KAHLA to invite you to combine pieces from the various prizewinning KAHLA series and to come up with your own new design owing to individualised decorations or logos. As variety for KAHLA means above all: the intelligent design which allows you to cherish the infinite possibilities of use through creative logic. Therefore the Fingerfood elements of all KAHLA series can be arranged according to your personal taste and thus yield ever new sets. Once contrapuntal, once harmonic, but always sure in its taste.
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KAHLA/Thüringen Porzellan GmbH
Sheila Rietscher / Katja Endler
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