We tend to save the word “badass” for pretty, um, badass gadgets here at Food Republic. These "heavy duty meat shredders" from Williams-Sonoma certainly fit the bill. With Grilling Month in full swing and Father’s Day just around the corner, we figure that these meat rakes are an inexpensive and surefire way to establish yourself as master of the grill.
Much like the wooden spoon, the humble wire whisk is hardly the kind of whiz-bang kitchen instrument that elicits much awe— until now. The age-old tool just got a smart new update to help allay your egg "separation anxieties."
Welcome to What's Your Story?, a new feature about innovative entrepreneurs in the food industry. What goes into the launch of a new food brand, how is the product made, who designs the packaging? All these questions, answered... First up, McClure's Pickles!
Watermelon, coffee, gummy bear sweaters from Canada
May 3, 2013 3:02 pm
Shelfies, a Canadian clothing company, has come out with a line of food-themed sweaters that may shock you. The in-your-face prints of gigantic watermelons, gummy bears, chocolate chip cookies and french fries look realistic, though biting into them may actually qualify as cannibalism.
This one's for the typeface nerds out there, especially the ones who love beer (which, we'd risk saying, is all of them). A designer in Portugal has imagined a beer label design whose font reflects the ABV level of the suds within the bottle. Check out the story and images, this way...
The Food Book Fair returns to Brooklyn this weekend, with an appetizing lineup of panels, discussions, showcases and more, featuring some of the most respected and/or avant-garde thinkers in the food world. Details right this way.