IKEA is famous for its inexpensive, modern furniture—and its Swedish meatballs, of course—but it's just as well known for its aggravating assembly instructions. (If you want to test the strength of your relationship, buy a dresser and get down and dirty with a hex wrench together.) But the company recently released illustrated recipes that are, basically, the easiest things on earth to follow—and bonus: the dishes appear delicious, too.
With the help of Toronto-based marketing company Leo Burnett, IKEA came up with Cook This Page, a collection of recipes printed on parchment paper. (Genius, right?) Each individual sheet contains a recipe and images of exactly where each ingredient should be placed before the paper is wrapped up and baked.
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"When it comes to cooking, most people are hesitant to break from routine," a video unveiling the collection reveals. "They find new recipes and foods to be intimidating. IKEA wanted to show people that getting creative can be deliciously simple."