Tag: food

Jun 19, 2014

These are the Coolest Rolling Pins Ever

These are the Coolest Rolling Pins Ever

Polish designer Zuzia Kozerska created an awesome series of laser-engraved rolling pins with a variety of designs and patterns. The rolling pins are made from beech wood and measure 42 cm (16.53 in) long and 6 cm (2.36 in) in diameter. The rolling pins are perfect for cookies but also work with cakes, pasta,…

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Jun 12, 2014

This Dad Has Drawn on His Son’s Lunch Bag Every Day for 2 Straight Years

This Dad Has Drawn on His Son’s Lunch Bag Every Day for 2 Straight Years

Freelance designer/illustrator Bryan Dunn has drawn a different picture on his son’s lunch bag since his first day of school. That was two years ago and he’s taken a photo of every single one before filling it with food. Each drawing takes Bryan about thirty minutes and he usually completes them on his lunch…

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May 15, 2014

A BBQ Book That You Can LITERALLY Barbecue With

A BBQ Book That You Can LITERALLY Barbecue With

The Barbecue Bible is an interactive book that features detachable pages that can be used to literally help you barbecue. Features include: A thick page of breakable coal, aluminum foil pages for baking, a page for sharpening your knife, a chopping board, apron and even a page made of salt! The limited edition book…

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May 8, 2014

How To Saber a Champagne Bottle

How To Saber a Champagne Bottle

Sabrage is a technique for opening a Champagne bottle with a saber. In this informative video, Food Network celebrity Alton Brown shows us the proper technique for sabering a bottle of champagne. Sabrage became popular in France when the army of Napoleon visited many of the aristocratic domains. It was just after the French…

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Apr 30, 2014

A Tiny Hamster Eating Even Tinier Burritos

A Tiny Hamster Eating Even Tinier Burritos

In case you were wondering, this is what a tiny hamster eating tiny burritos looks like.

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Apr 30, 2014

18 Restaurants In Unforgettable Settings

18 Restaurants In Unforgettable Settings

From high in the sky to under the sea, these 18 restaurants with unique surroundings are a feast for the eyes. Whether you’re stepping into the past or gazing as far as the eye can see, these restaurants are sure to provide a memorable dining experience for your next meal. If you know of…

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Apr 28, 2014

This is an Olive Pit. It was Carved in 1737

This is an Olive Pit. It was Carved in 1737

A mere 3.4 cm (1.34 inches) in length and 1.6 cm (0.63 inches) tall, this carved olive pit from 1737 is one of the most intricate artworks you will see. The perfectly preserved Carved Olive-Stone Boat was crafted by artist Ch’en Tsu-chang during China’s Ch’ing dynasty. The sculpture is on display at the National…

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