Brooklyn-based artist Ky Anderson’s delivers a wonky and wild portrait of pasta with all the swirls, curls and colours that make this dish so memorable.
Working in a kitchen as a trained fashion designer makes you see things differently. It was a hygiene accessory, the beard-net, that was my favourite unrealized must-have of last year. Baffling that this has not hit runways, with more beard oil than grape oil on grocery shelves
Ever wondered what to do with all your champagne corks? The minds behind design website ‘Design within Reach’ hold an annual ‘Champagne Chair Contest’. The guidelines to enter, create a miniature chair using only the foil, label, cage and cork from no more than two champagne bottles. Easy.
Artist Stefan Fuertbauer’s photography series Eiterquellen captures the nostalgic, neon-lit Vienesse Wurstel Diners that are a staple of Austrian fast-food culture.
Austere and playful, satirical and symbolic, scarce and opulent – Irving Penn’s work connect us with the ephemeral quality of life – objects, people and things.
Sometime in prehistory someone dropped flour into oil and the ancestor of the doughnut was born. Kenny Scharf has a long history of painting donuts – his portraits of them floating in surreal landscapes celebrate the formidable legacy of these doughy delicacies.
Photographer Jasmin Schuller dreamed up this lovely little photography series called ‘Sweet Meat’ which got us thinking…although a generous scoop of mince meat atop an crispy waffle one seems wrong at first, there are many right things about it
This broth is cleansing and nourishing. The handmade wontons will leave you with a sense of accomplishment and this skill is transferable — you can craft parcels different cuisines and with many different fillings.
In a nod to New York fashion week, I thought I’d recap on one of my favourite runway shows from Paris Fashion week in March 2014, the CHANEL supermarket.
These dramatic little pasta parcels are an interesting combination of the sweet yet earthy flavour of beetroot and the tang of citrus.
Cloak & Blender combines two of my favourite things, food and fancy dress.
This Moroccan Chicken dish was a staple in our family kitchen throughout our childhood and one of the first things that we mastered in the kitchen. It is super simple but has an exotic-tasting tomato sauce, spiced with the honey, ginger and cinnamon. Artwork by Sarah Dennis.