Bok Choy that never spoils

Of course you wouldn’t want to actually eat this cabbage, not because it is over a hundred years old, but because it is made from jadeite. The carved Jadeite Cabbage with Insects dates from the late Ch’ing Dynasty (1644-1911) and even features a locust and katydid on the leaves. While this awesome carving may not… Continue reading Bok Choy that never spoils

Painting with wine

It’s not an artist’s palette, but after using this you can pretend you are one. Developed by a restaurant in Japan, the Stemglass Tray allows for easy carrying of up to seven wine glasses at a time. Complete with thumbhole for easy steadying, the wine tray encourages responsible drinking; it looks as if one gets… Continue reading Painting with wine

Eat it or wear it (don’t eat it)

Not all cookbooks are meant for cooking up delicious food. Sometimes, they cook up delicious jewelry. While you won’t actually want to eat any of the creations you cook up with The Polymer Clay Cookbook, that doesn’t mean they won’t look good enough to eat. Using a step-by-step method, authors Jessica and Susan Partain guide… Continue reading Eat it or wear it (don’t eat it)

Rack ‘em up

Kitchen walls tend to get overlooked as a means of storage. Even the ceiling gets more attention for those hanging pot and pan racks. However, it may be time to replace your kitchen décor with storage. (Or better yet, maybe just move your food art to another wall.) The Kitchen Grid Storage System combines baskets,… Continue reading Rack ‘em up