Here's A Cool Flask Holder For Your Bike. Not That You Should Drink And Ride!

Get your joyride on (in moderation, of course)
Jul 22, 2014 11:00 am

Although we are in no way condoning drinking and bicycling, it's hard not to get pumped over a new bike accessory that lets you transport your trusty flask without jamming it into a pocket while you ride. Deck out your ride after the jump.


Design Find: Check Out This Stunning Monochromatic Culinary Palette Series

Design-centric cooking from France
Jul 21, 2014 10:00 am

Monochromtic photographs make up a series of beautifully composed culinary palette food photos. The work is a collaboration between Paris-based creative director Emilie Guelpa, several up-and-coming French chefs and food publication Fricote. Check out the images.

You Go, Joe! Here's An All-In-One Portable Coffee Brewer And Mug.

Take — and make — your coffee on the go
Jul 17, 2014 9:00 am

It seems like there's a bottomless pool of innovators constantly striving to develop better gadgets, tools and experiences for coffee drinkers. And we like where their heads are at. The newest piece of caffeine-fueled technology to come across our radar one-ups the average portable coffee mug with its ability to brew your coffee on the go.


Hey, Restaurant Designers: There Are Now Edison-Style LED Light Bulbs

New lighting technology with an old-timey look
Jul 15, 2014 11:00 am

Easy as they are on the eyes, old-timey Edison bulbs are one of the worst choices designers and restaurateurs can make when it comes to energy efficiency and keeping electricity costs down. Thankfully, they've just been updated for modern times. Read all about it after the jump. 

Illustrated Guide: Simple Tomato Tart

Just add ripe tomatoes, herbs, Dijon and thyme
Jul 10, 2014 4:00 pm

Tomato Week is in full swing on Food Republic, so how about a tomato tart recipe in lovely watercolor form? The recipe calls for store-bought puff pastry, so it's an easy yet impressive dish to bring along to a summer cookbout or picnic. Top the tart with a little goat cheese and pair with a salad for a light, seasonal meal. 

A "Condensed" History Of The Campbell's Tomato Soup Can

Red, white and iconic well before Warhol.
Jul 10, 2014 10:00 am

Campbell's familiar red and white-labeled can has been on grocery store shelves since the turn of the 20th century, making it one of America's most widely-recognized food products—right up there with Oreos and Coca-Cola. Not much has changed in the last 120 years, which goes to say, if it ain't broke...don't fix it. Here's a breakdown and history of its archetypal design.

6 Terrariums, Tubs And Vertical Gardens For The Ambitious Indoor Farmer

Fresh, summer-friendly herbs right in your home
Jul 8, 2014 1:00 pm

When it's the height of summer, tomatoes and fresh herbs go together like milk and cookies. Basil, fresh thyme, oregano, parsley...whatever you're feeling. Add a splash of olive oil, a squeeze of citrus or some vinegar, maybe some salt and freshly-ground pepper, and you have yourself one the most pleasurable meals of the season. It's even more satisfying if the herbs came from your own garden. Here are six design-forward picks for the gentleman farmer in you. 

Are You Following Food Republic On Instagram? You Should Be.

40,000 hungry followers can't be wrong...
Jul 3, 2014 2:00 pm

You love food, you like cooking and eating in the hot new restaurants, and you occasionally scroll through your Instagram feed to ogle awesome food. Hopefully, we're already part of that feed, but if not, follow Food Republic on Instagram today.

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