Cutlery for Cool Cavemen
'Primitive Kitchen Tools' explores a fusion aesthetic of extremely old vs new tools, designed as a set of almost caveman-ish kitchen equipment, these kitchen tools are eye grabbing and functional at the same time... READ MORE at Yanko Design !
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APTITLIG Chopping board - bamboo 17 ¾x11 "
You can easily turn the chopping board and use both sides when you prepare food, because it has easy-to-grip slanted edges. You can also use the chopping board as a serving tray for food such as cheese or charcuterie. Can be placed over the bowl on BOHOLMEN, BREDSKÄR or FYNDIG sink to get an extra work surface for preparing food. Made of bamboo, which is an easy-care, durable natural material that is also gentle on your knives. Fits in the bowl of all sinks in the BOHOLMEN, BREDSKÄR and…
Pesto is the most rustic of the new mother sauces. The key to making creamy pesto is to add the ingredients to the food processor in the right order to ensure that the nuts break down to a fine paste before the greens have a chance to turn brown. (Photo: Jessica Emily Marx for The New York Times)
Basil Pesto Recipe
Be sure to rinse and dry the basil leaves well. I give mine a shake outside my kitchen window. I haven’t lost a leaf yet. (Although some of the people down below on the sidewalk might wonder where that basil-scented mist is coming from.) Those of you who prefer to live less vicariously can use a salad spinner or shake them in a tea towel. If using a food processor or blender, or similar device, I recommend grinding up the nuts, garlic and cheese first, then adding the remaining ingredients…
Instagram post by Design Milk • Aug 15, 2016 at 7:03pm UTC
3,868 Likes, 10 Comments - Design Milk (@designmilk) on Instagram: “@othr__'s latest release is a beautifully simple #kitchen staple: a mortar + pestle designed by…”