This simple porcelain lemon juicer was made in Hasami, a small town in Nagasaki Prefecture, known as the birthplace of fine Japanese ceramics. So simple. So beautiful.
These Reusable Zip Tops look really useful. Basically a more sturdy version of a Zip Loc bag but that stand up on their own and you can wash and reuse. I am here for it.
I gasped as I saw it sitting on the shelf!
I have a deeeeeep love for all things cauliflower.
I mean DEEEEP!
As I started flipping through the pages, I swooned at all the beautiful photographs and abundance of cauliflower recipes. Be still my heart!
You know that feeling, when a book finds you? This was one of those angelic choirs coming down kinda moment. Alright, I know I am being dramatic.
I love you cauliflower.
How are you organizing your favorite recipes?
Print outs? Saved PDFs on your computer? Services that aggregate them? Pinterest? Hand written in a notebook?
What magical human here has figured out the perfect system? Let me learn from you. pic.twitter.com/gkgKZ1lGoU
So many resourceful answers in this Twitter thread. How do you organize your favorite recipes? Comment below?
Thank you Tomoko Sato, I will never be able to look at an apple or a radish the same way again.
I love this cutting board, or Schneidebrett as the Germans call it. It comes with a “drawer” for your sliced and diced veggies.
I was invited for brunch at a friend’s house this past weekend and got introduced to Maple Cream. My life will never be the same. It’s as if a creamy honey and maple sirup had a baby. It’s a sweet, creamy, delicious spread. HEAVEN!
I discovered this beautifully designed ceramic pot set somewhere on the internet today. Consider me intrigued. These pots come in lovely colors and are made with naturally smooth ceramic, not toxic Teflon. Want!
Do you have any favorite recipes that you can make ahead, freeze, and it still tastes REALLY good when thawed & prepared?
— Ashley C. Ford (@iSmashFizzle) September 21, 2019
This T-Shirt made laugh. (Also, I own a framed oil-painting of a stick of butter. Seriously.)
Renowned activist and author Michael Pollan argues that cooking is one of the simplest and most important steps people can take to improve their family’s health, build communities, fix our broken food system, and break our growing dependence on corporations.