Indian Entrepreneur Chooses Chocolate-Making Over Dentistry. We Support This.

New Delhi's artisan truffles are infused with spice
Apr 23, 2014 12:00 pm

Pragati Sawhney founded Chockriti in New Delhi after taking a chocolate-making class in 2011...after completing a Bachelor’s degree in Dentistry and a Master's in Public Health. After finishing her studies, Sawhney realized that her passion for chocolate was greater than the desire to become a dentist, and the resulting treats are incredible. Mango chaat truffles and more after the jump.

Video: Visualizing Food Waste Outside The Trash Can

An artful suggestion on how to conserve our food
Apr 15, 2014 3:00 pm

Designer Cecilia Uhr created an educational booklet and video to educate the masses about shocking statistics like this: 1/3 of the world's food supply is wasted every day. The eye-catching infographics illustrate how much waste we produce. Each page is laid out with a mix of statistics, facts and graphics to educate the modern consumer. Get ready for a multimedia experience, and maybe rethink that family pack of chicken breasts.

This Week In Food Nail Art: Sriracha Decals

Because it's hard to paint that pointy green cap
Apr 10, 2014 1:30 pm

You may know I have an odd fetish for food-themed nail art. While it's a fact that food and nails don't go together (don't worry, I shear mine clean off before each and every Test Kitchen), there's no way around how effin' cute it is. Enter: these sriracha bottle decals I nabbed this morning from Etsy's Sokay Designs. Every food lady in your life needs a set of these.

On Cathay Pacific, The Amenity Kit Is Also A Guide To Hong Kong Dim Sum

Hydrate your face while learning about pork puffs
Apr 8, 2014 2:00 pm

If you're flying to Hong Kong from the United States, you've got roughly 15 hours from the time your plane hits the Pacific to dream about dim sum. Hong Kong-based airline Cathay Pacific knows this all too well and they're doing their part to make your pork bun dreams a reality –  at least in the form of their latest Premium Economy amenity kit from Goods of Desire. Yes, that is a guide to dim sum right there.

These SF Designers Are Eating a Burger A Week In the Name Of Creative Discovery

Behind "The Message Is Medium Rare" Project
Mar 11, 2014 1:00 pm

Some designers have their mood boards or inspiration-sparking travel itineraries, but here's a firm with a better idea: Try out the best burgers in San Francisco once a week for lunch and judge the burgers, the restaurants, the menus — anything that relates to design. Yes, burgers in the name of research! Photos, interview and more, this way...

Kickstarted: Brew Cutlery For The Beer And Food Lover

Don't get up, you have a bottle opener right there!
Mar 6, 2014 5:30 pm

When you combine beer and food in a simple but ingenious way...yeah, your Kickstarter project will definitely be funded with about a month still to go. Check out this video from San Diego designers Kevin Newburg and Stephan Grinalds and get your pre-orders in now, cause these are going to fly off the shelves faster than a Bell's display in New York City.

Gallery: These 7 Flasks Are Too Cool To Keep Pocketed Away

Modern takes on a timeless classic
Mar 4, 2014 12:00 pm

From a clever nautical-inspired style that lets you see how much liquid reserves you have remaining to a sleek titanium design that won't add more weight to your smart phone–loaded pockets, here's a selection of seven awesome flasks that are almost too good-looking to be kept tucked away.

Air France Gives Its Meal Service A Chic Redesign

Sleek, eco-friendly aesthetics take to the skies.
Feb 28, 2014 10:00 am

While the in-flight meal service is hardly considered a memorable part of the vacation (no matter what class you're flying), Air France's newly-redesigned meal settings promise to at least enhance the experience. Doubts? Just check out the toy airplane you can make from your fork and knife.


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