A couple years ago, the Spanish brand Lekue introduced the nifty Luki Lemon Squeezer designed by Luki Huber. This silicone lemon squeezer is practical because each half lemon has its mold and you can store everything as it is in the fridge.
The Lekue Duo Silicone & Ceramics Quiche Mold combines the perfect materials for the job. The scratch-resistant ceramic base assures the right colored dough and the flexibility of the silicone makes it easy to remove.
Luki Collection for Lékué Is Expanding
New silicone kitchen tools are in. Right in time for summer, the reusable Lekue Luki Steam Case is a more ecological way to cook fish en papillote. And there is no risk of finding a hole in your paper. Steam Case brings cuteness and fun to healthy meal.
Another way to eat healthier meal is by cooking with Lekue Luki Steamer. Available in two formats, Luki Steamer fuses tradition and innovation. Two stacking steamer compartments and one lid are included. The regular size Steamer fits 8″ diameter sauce pans or casseroles.
The silicone Lekue Ice Cream / Ice Pop molds are a treat for adults and kids. Make your own flavor in no time. Simply put pieces of fresh fruits, pour some milk or juice, close with the cap, freeze and enjoy the sweet. You can make frozen Margaritas or Caipiriñas or Mojitos for a grown up party.
All Lékué products are made of 100% Platinum Silicone. Check out ShopFosters.com (Foster’s Homeware) to watch a few short videos of these silicone products in action.
Update: Arthur Quentin carries several Lékué products. They do not have the steamer or the quiche mold yet. They do carry the Lemon Squeezer, the Ice Cream molds, the Steam Case, the Sushi mat and other products I did not talk about.
3960 Saint-Denis Street
Montreal, QC H2W 2M2
open Monday to Saturday
Buy online: Lekue Silicone Lemon Squeezer at Foster’s Homeware – price: $15 USD for 2
Buy online: Lekue Silicone Ice Pop Mold at Foster’s Homeware – price: $25 USD for 4
Buy online: Lekue Silicone Steamer at Foster’s Homeware – price: $45 USD
Learn more: Arthur Quentin – web site in French only
Learn more: Lékué
Renee WatheletApril 30, 2008 at 13:42
wow, I’d buy the Lekue Luki Steam Case in a minute. Really better than the paper! Where can I find it? They don’t have it on Foster’s Homeware…
At Home with Kim ValleeApril 30, 2008 at 15:09
Renee: I forgot to say that the Montreal store Arthur Quentin now carries Lékué, including the Steam Case
Nathalie RivardJune 30, 2008 at 15:11
Kim, they have the whole Lékué collection at Au Printemps on Bernard St. in Montreal. You might want to pay them a visit.