George Lee's "A Date with Wine" is a wine stopper with twist-able date rings to help you remember when you opened a bottle.
Rose Water ~ The New York Times explores the many uses of the subtle power of rose water.
Borough Furnace's 9.5″ and 11.5″ skillets made from 100% upcycled iron.
winged ceramic knife inspired by a poem by Shira Keret - Silicon wings, plastic handle, ceramic blade.
Cherry Pine Nut Scones ~ Pine nuts are an interesting addition in these scones from Wild Yeast. The cherries add some bite and stop everything from becoming too sweet.
Cheese Grater Lamp - part of the Conran Shop's Well Considered Collection
Homemade Graham Crackers - The Kitchn takes this Martha Stewart recipe on a test drive and recreates the cracker responsible for so many childhood memories!
'Nomu' by Lee West for Eno. Cork and ceramic teapot with ceramic cups.
An iPad menu designed to fully replace the hard-copy multi-page laminated sushi menus commonly found in izakayas in Japan.
Coffee Cake - A curious request leads the L.A. Times to dig up this school cafeteria coffee cake recipe.
At the Conran Shop -A generous 12 gallon classic kitchen trash bin are made from powder coated galvanized metal
Dates! There are more than just Medjool dates, other varieties have arrived at farmer's markets in Los Angeles. There are ranges of flavors and ripeness to be explored...
Nigella Lawson - Jezebel covers some of the online controversy swirling around Nigella's particular blend of celebrity, food, and sex appeal.
Bamboo Cake Pedestal by Oryx+Crake Design.
William stove-top can utilize the overall surface space to accommodate more than four pans easily.
Corn Chowder ~ Sippity Sup has a lesson in making a good old fashion corn chowder and some curious SEO.
Simple Human compost pail. Cool combination of materials.
Baby Back Ribs ~ Steamy Kitchen bakes and broils the ribs until they fall off the bone.
Peach Cobbler - Biscuits make the topping in this beautiful looking cobbler from Matt Bites.
'Midas' glass and carafes collection by FRONT for Skitsch. Dipped in a gold bath, they propose a contemporary and ironic version of luxury. Wine, champagne and water glasses + small/medium carafe.
Aurelien Barbry for Normann Copenhagen ~ beautiful cork wine stoppers and wine pourers!
How to Make Coleslaw ~ Chow walks through the steps to make your own coleslaw, complete with illustrations.
The Zyliss Cake Slicer, not only has serrated edges on both sides (for lefties and righties) but also helps slide the piece right on to the plate!
Fried Round Steak - The Pioneer Woman has found something quick and easy that everyone will eat. Cubed beef transforms into good eats with this great dish.
Honey Chiptole Wings ~ These are so bright in color! Joshua Bousel and Serious Eats bring together the smokey and the sweet.
A piece from Swallow Magazine about preparing and eating marmots in the wilds of Mongolia. And marmots? And marmots.
Nom Skulls ~ silicone cups... so you can totally bake cupcakes in them! Or fill them with whatever else you dream up...
Cauliflower Soup - A head of cauliflower and chicken stock come together to make this simple soup from Souvlaki For The Soul.
Fish Tacos - Grilled instead of fried, these light fish tacos from Sunset look great.
Quinoa Salad ~ The Bitten Word and its readers came together to fix up this great mix of quinoa with apricot, pear, red onions, and cucumbers.
The Lunch Tote - a mini tote to carry your lunch in!
Crustless Mini-Quiches ~ These are both beautiful and a stroke of genius. The Kitchn shares this great breakfast strategy. Make and freeze them in advance; quickly pop in the oven to reheat and enjoy.
Finally, Stay Puft is a real brand. And there's over 100 mg of caffein per marshmallow.
Double Chocolate Espresso Cookies ~ A Sweet Spoonful contemplates about her work environment and these delicious cookies.
Scallops on Succotash ~ Seared scallops pair with a sweet corn relish in this bright and colorful dish from Sippity Sup.
Sambaram ~ Veggie Belly uses this spiced cucumber buttermilk drink to help keep cool on a hot day.
Check out the artist collective, "The Burnt Asphalt Family" that uses hot glass to cook food and serve it to the audience during their performances.
Panzanella - Wild Yeast turns some unsatisfactory Tuscan bread into the base of a great salad.
Birds and Squirrels are my favorites in the new Alessi collection! “Tea Matter” tea strainer and tea caddy by Alan Chan and “Scoiattolo” nutcracker by Andrea Branzi.
"Let Them Eat Cake" Jordan Ferney art directs as her husband, Paul Ferney, paints delectable cakes on cake stands in oil paints! And of course there will be cake at the show opening!
Designed by Alessandro Mendini for Valcucine, the LaCucinaAlessi kitchen stems from the poetry of the curved line.
Adorable Paper Sweet Stands ~ perfect to make cupcakes even more special.
Lime Lemon Bars ~ Technicolor Kitchen has squeezed quite a bit of citrus into a little square! Why choose between the two fruits when you can have them both?
Seafood Bisque - The saffron in this soup gives it its beautiful color, and Simply Recipes gives us this beautiful photo.
Grilled Chicken Pita Salad ~ Sunset fires up the grill with this bright end of summer salad.
Homemade Cinnamon Bread ~ A craving became a baking opportunity for the Pioneer Woman. The result is the gorgeous looking loaf.