This very simple, but very innovative cooking bag should replace your slow cooker. You just have to boil your food for only 5 minutes and put your hot pot in the wonderbag. The bag has an insulated design and therefore keeps your food safely cooking up to 12 hours, without additional energy. … The Wonderbag
Sunscreen wine barrels
Ever dreamed of wearing your favourite wine? These sunglasses were made from used wine barrels. The glasses were designed by Woodzee (who already did sunglasses from recycled skateboards as well) and are a fun and creative way to re-use these barrels.
How to make a banana split?
These placemats show recipes of how to make your food. Not just by printing the literal recipe on them, but by printing an actual blueprint of your food on them. … How to make a banana split?
The potential of chopsticks
Japanese designer Nendo decided there are a lot more ways to look at chopsticks. He designed a collection of chopsticks for Hashikura Matsukan, a company known for producing the most beautiful japanese chopsticks. The chopsticks in Nendo’s collection are not only beautiful, but also slightly different from your regular chopstick. … The potential of chopsticks
The beauty of simplicity
A beautiful design, but simplicity in functionality. That’s what Mark Hellweg, designer of the Ratio Coffee Maker aims for. A coffee maker doesn’t need wifi, but needs to make great coffee and preferably look good in your kitchen. … The beauty of simplicity
Extremely expensive ready meal
Charlie Bigham’s serves top quality dishes, in which they put all the love that you would when you would be cooking them youselve. The aim is for couples (that normally can’t find the time to cook and dine together) to have a wonderful night together over an amazing meal. But this meal must be extremely amazing. … Extremely expensive ready meal
How to make your own forgotten vegetables
On the occasion of our hoax with forgotten vegetables, here the recipes to make your own witches turnip, kidney cabbage or spine pumpkin pickles! … How to make your own forgotten vegetables
Hoax with forgotten vegetables draws attention for food waste
Today we introduced our line of pickles made of forgotten vegetables with a tasting as official launch. But… it were not real forgotten vegetables. The attendees at the tasting at first thought they ate forgotten vegetables with the exciting names witches turnip, spine pumpkin and kidney cabbage.
But soon they found out that these vegetables did not exist. In the movie that they got to see after tasting it became clear that ordinary vegetables had been transformed into “forgotten” vegetables…
Also check out our second video, in which we added peoples reactions to the first.
… Hoax with forgotten vegetables draws attention for food waste
New product line with forgotten vegetables
We have some great news for you today! We’ve been developing a product line with three vegetables that got into oblivion. The vegetables involved, are the witches turnip, spine pumpkin and kidney cabbage. Join the launch on the 2nd of December in Utrecht! … New product line with forgotten vegetables