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  • Toy kitchens go artisanal
  • Toy kitchens go artisanal
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Toy kitchens go artisanal

Kids' play often mirrors adult behaviour. With the rise of the ‘foodie’ changing how people see food, cooking and the kitchen, now it’s spreading to toy kitchens, too; out with the plastic sausages and pink kitchens, in with the veggie burgers, mock steel fixtures and miniature coffee makers.

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