So – here is an idea (that I am publishing it almost feels like advertisement) that just is really pretty: On the link above, you will get to a side where you can buy it. However, of course, theoretical you can make this by yourself… It is really pretty and I just like the colours you can incooperate into it 🙂 If you have any ideas how to hack it for individualistic puposes, please, go ahead and comment – in any case I am gonna hack it myself soon, too – and let you know 😉
April Fools is still a few months away, but if you ever feel like pranking guests or come out on top at a dinner part, then check out these upside down wine glasses from Red5. I don’t know you, but I just have this old Diana Ross son stuck in my from just looking at these glasses.
The three Michelin star chef, Marco Pierre White of Britain, provides a lovely short video on how to finely chop onions. Enjoy.
It’s kitchen kitsch, but amazing kitchen kitsch. This is a fantastic conversation starter for guests.
I think I am in love. 🙂 Yes, this is real. Who want’s one when it comes out?
Did you ever wish you could get tips on how to improve your cooking from a Michelin chef? Well, this video offers the next best thing. Michelin starred chef, Raymond Blanc, provides tips on how to properly roast.
The two British sis, Food Gurus and business women ‘Hemsley + Hemsley’ customized a special kitchen utensil: the Hemsley + Hemsley spiralizer. It turns any vegetable you have into a spiral. And that opens the door for a multitude of wonderfull new dishes. E.g. they propose the most simple dish where you turn courgettes into spirals, and treat them as if they were spaghetti. Serve them with a simple tomato/basil-pesto and – Voilá – your day brightens. And, courgettes are just the start… There are so many more vegies that look fantastic when spiralized 🙂 The tool alongside all kinds of tips can be purchased at their website: http://www.hemsleyandhemsley.com/ . Enjoy your meal!