Busted chickens in a reconstructed 1970s police car, turned into a fully functional chicken coop, by French artist Benedetto Bufalino
Illustrated recipes for pies by graphic designer Andrea Nguyen
Coral handled Venetian knife and fork from about 1600 from Supper With Shakespeare: The Evolution of English Banqueting exhibition at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts.
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Close-ups of plain foods (p.e. bread), from the series Au centre de la terre by artist Nadege Meriau.
A simple vegan apple tartlet recipie, flour free pate made with oats, sunflower seeds and dates, by David, Luise and Elsa of Green Kitchen Stories.
The Soap Factory aka Fábrica de Jabón is a sustainable low consumption appliance, that transforms any used kitchen oil into biodegradable soap in a practical and safe way, avoiding water pollution and oil spills in the sink. Based on the traditional methods of making soap, FDJ may turn a liter of oil into 850 grams of soap, which can be used in various ways such as directly the wash dishes, or even used in washing machines or dishwashers if grated.
Fábrica de Jabón prototype is designed by industrial engineer Analía Blanco and Spain’s National Winner of 2011 James Dyson Award.
Two women from the Himba tribe shopping at a supermarket in Swakopmund, Namibia, image by London based creative director Toufic Beyhum.
Miss Idaho Potato 1935 via retronaut
Check out this Japanese cooking show on YouTube Cooking With Dog, featuring a poodle dog named Francis as the “narrator” and a very skilled lady who does all the cooking. Francis is hilarious, speaks English and you can learn many Japanese cooking techniques, basic dishes and sweets. (GIF WWT)
May we suggest the Bento Lunch Box and the Pineaple Ice cream?