The 356+ glass food container with bamboo lid makes a great mini cheese cloche. Keeps your cheese fresh and protected with more style than plastic, and without taking up as much fridge space as a regular cloche.
At least where I live (Norway), the square version is perfectly sized to fit the most popular everyday sandwich cheese here:
- 365+ glass food container (tall, square variant used)
- 365+ bamboo lid
- (optional) Scissors
Instructions for DIY cheese cloche:
Turn the container and lid upside down.
(optional): With the scissors, adjust the width of the silicone gasket to reduce the seal force as desired. Alternatively just pull it off entirely.
The silicone gasket jams the two pieces together rather tightly – enough to lift the lid and contents with the cloche.
So if you are willing to sacrifice that perfect seal in return for being able to effortlessly lift the cloche, trim or remove the gasket.
~ by Joachim Lous
#1 6 no-fail finger food recipes
I poked around the Swedish Food Market and found a few recipe ideas that showed how to turned IKEA food into delightful appetizers.
Next, I flipped through the IKEA cookbook, Food’s Ready, and discovered so many more delicious finger food recipes, using mainly food items from IKEA itself.
Best thing is, no slaving over the stove. These 6 finger food recipes are so quick and easy, anyone can make them. Think of it as an IKEA food hack. See all 6 finger food recipes.
#2 How to make your own IKEA meatballs
Well, this isn’t an IKEA hack but I was a tad hungry. So here you go — the recipe for IKEA meatballs with cream sauce. If you rather not make the meatballs from scratch, you can also use IKEA frozen meatballs and the food items available from the IKEA Swedish Food Market. This is the closest to eating it at the IKEA Restaurant.
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