Swell has entered the food container market. This is exciting.
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.
A minimal version of the Salt & Pepper mill designed for the ACE hotel restaurant in London.
I love eggs! I love eggs A LOT! This video on 59 ways to cook your eggs makes me very happy.
I bought this minimal dish rack by Yamazaki on a whim today. I saw it and loved it. It looks stylish in my kitchen and doesn’t take up a lot of space.
Japanese brand Wasara makes the most beautiful paper plates, cups and silverware. (You can find it on Amazon)
The Frying Pan JIU is made from high quality cast iron and designed to look like a plate. A simple interlocking handle hooks onto the frying pan for cooking and moving, and then unhooks when you sit down to eat. LOVE!
Between April 2016 and January 2017 Martin Markstein carved daily carrots for his 4 year old son’s lunchbox. The initial intention was to make him eat the vegetables, but he apparently began to trade the carrots for “better“ food. One day he wanted that all the kids of his kindergarden group to get a carved carrot, too. So, of course, super dad that he is, Martin ended up carving 23 magic wands, arrows, bows and axes. This is stinking adorable. Also, lunchbox hero!
Is cage-free better than organic? Are omega-3 eggs worth the extra money? This Lifehacker post breaks down the terms you’ll see on egg cartons.
I was at a friend’s house the other day and got use her Scrub Daddy. (Yes, I am talking about a dish sponge.) It cracked me up, seeing it first, and I honestly didn’t take it seriously. Come on, it’s a smiley face. But then I got totally into it. And cracked myself up how excited I was getting over a simple sponge. The texture changes based on your water temperature. Firm in cold water and soft in warm water. Seeing it in the store, I would have never bought it – it seems to gimmicky. But now I am all Scrub Daddy’d out in my house.
(The holder is hilarious!)