enricoascoli:

Cucina Sonora For Pasta Rummo - sound live cooking with Cuochi Volanti.


"Il ribollio dell’acqua, le maracas di sale, il gorgoglio dell’olio, il fruscio di erbette fresche, l’accartocciamento di una bustina di zafferano, la frantumazione dei grissini e la scolatura della pasta. Sono gli ingredienti sonori del concerto per Pasta Rummo, un inusuale e creativo live cooking, che si è svolto il 3 maggio al God Save The Food di Milano, per celebrare la nuova veste grafica di Pasta Rummo Lenta Lavorazione®, che vede illustrazioni disegnate a mano e l’esclusiva confezione in carta per i formati della tradizione.” (link to the article)
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enricoascoli:

Cucina Sonora For Pasta Rummo - sound live cooking with Cuochi Volanti.

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"Il ribollio dell’acqua, le maracas di sale, il gorgoglio dell’olio, il fruscio di erbette fresche, l’accartocciamento di una bustina di zafferano, la frantumazione dei grissini e la scolatura della pasta. Sono gli ingredienti sonori del concerto per Pasta Rummo, un inusuale e creativo live cooking, che si è svolto il 3 maggio al God Save The Food di Milano, per celebrare la nuova veste grafica di Pasta Rummo Lenta Lavorazione®, che vede illustrazioni disegnate a mano e l’esclusiva confezione in carta per i formati della tradizione.” (link to the article)

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archiemcphee:

London-based fabric artist Lucy Sparrow just opened a very unusual and utterly charming pop-up grocery store in Bethnal Green, east London. Called The Cornershop, it sells all the everyday items a person could need with one special catch: they’re all made from felt. All of the fruit, snacks, drinks, frozen dinners, chewing gum, newspapers, and even the cash register are made of soft, fuzzy felt.

Sparrow’s awesome project was funded thanks to an overwhelmingly successful Kickstarter campaign, funding from the Arts Council and a sponsorship from UK confectionery manufacturer Swizzels Matlow. Work on the shop began in January 2014. Sparrow spent seven months painstakingly stitching together 3,944 felt items. By the time the work was finished she’d made over 250,000 stitches.

"I’ve always made big things. I like coming up with huge projects where the result is bigger than me and it takes over my life. I’m very obsessive and I want that to come across in the work and get people thinking ‘Who would be crazy enough to do this?’ I like getting up at the crack of dawn and beavering away at something, knowing that so many other people are still asleep.

The felt shop was born out of a desire to make an exhibition that was so all-encompassing that when everyone came in they were just blown away by the extent of the work, the labour involved.”

Lucy Sparrow’s stitched cornershop will be open throughout August. All of her felt shop products are available for purchase with prices ranging from £3 ($5 US) for a cigarette lighter to £840 ($1420 US) for the store’s cash register (the most expensive item in the shop).

Don’t worry if you can’t make it to London to check out The Cornershop in person. You can still visit the shop to peruse and even purchase its products via The Cornershop website.

Photos by Rosie Hallam

[via Telegraph.co.uk and Dailmail.co.uk]

http://www.demode.it/openkitchen/

L’obbiettivo è quello di riunirsi in una progettazione partecipata e collaborativa sul tema della cucina. Una maratona di cervelli, un incubatore di idee per far nascere nuovi progetti e soluzioni che sviluppino o modifichino il concetto di cucina, nei suoi differenti aspetti: attraverso i suoi accessori, intervenendo sulla sua struttura o con progetti di digital add-on e physical computing. Ideando, quindi, nuove soluzioni estetiche e/o funzionali da sviluppare tramite l’uso della tecnologia e/o dei classici strumenti da designer.

http://www.demode.it/openkitchen/

L’obbiettivo è quello di riunirsi in una progettazione partecipata e collaborativa sul tema della cucina. Una maratona di cervelli, un incubatore di idee per far nascere nuovi progetti e soluzioni che sviluppino o modifichino il concetto di cucina, nei suoi differenti aspetti: attraverso i suoi accessori, intervenendo sulla sua struttura o con progetti di digital add-on e physical computing. Ideando, quindi, nuove soluzioni estetiche e/o funzionali da sviluppare tramite l’uso della tecnologia e/o dei classici strumenti da designer.

Cena pronta.;)..due ore di duro lavoro…#food #italianfood #dinner #fish #instafood. #recipe

Cena pronta.;)..due ore di duro lavoro…#food #italianfood #dinner #fish #instafood. #recipe

dinerporn:

Chronogram featured a Diner Porn photo on the cover of the March 2014 issue, along with this short profile.
Tom Smith originally created Diner Porn as an homage to the importance of diners in his own life. As a child, his parents took him to Park West Diner in Little Falls, New Jersey. He fell in love at 7th Avenue Diner & Donuts in Brooklyn. When he was kicked out of his New York apartment, he spent the night sitting at the counter of the Washington Square Diner on West 4th Street. In a way, diners are home to Smith, and he has tried to capture that through his photographs. 
 After he began sharing his work, he realized that he was not alone in his love of 24-hour greasy spoons—nearly 40,000 people follow the blog, and it’s been featured on Huffington Post, Thrillist, and a variety of other food-focused websites. But it’s not strictly a food blog. Diner Porn highlights the best parts of the diner experience—the vintage decor, the chrome buildings, and most importantly, the people and the communities. Through photo essays and editorial vignettes, written in collaboration with his partner Alecia Eberhardt, Smith maintains a focus on the stories of diners and the people that patronize them. (The photo featured on the cover is of the couple during a recent visit to the Phoenicia Diner.) 
 Smith and Eberhardt are headquartered in Saugerties, and have recently featured diners all over the Hudson Valley and Catskills region. To date, they’ve covered over 25 diners in New York and New Jersey—as well as one in Iceland on a trip there last year—but the project is constantly expanding and evolving. Several new contributors have joined the team and the site has begun taking submissions from readers who want to share their own “diner porn.” The next step for Smith and Eberhardt is a road trip this fall to capture diners across the country; they plan to collect their experiences in a book of photos and narratives. 
 The establishments captured by Diner Porn are classic representations of American culture, where anyone and everyone is welcome inside and invited to share their story. Like a train station or a bar, diners are a crossroads, a space of genuine human connection, fueled by coffee and all-day breakfast, and to Smith, preserving this culture is essential in a world run by corporate chains. Diners have given Tom Smith a home in the way that they have for thousands of others across America, and that’s perhaps why this project has struck a chord with so many people—in every cup of coffee, stack of pancakes, or ice cream sundae, readers can find a bit of themselves.
Month after month, Chronogram delivers coverage of the coolest arts, culture and events throughout the Hudson Valley. We can not thank the Chronogram staff enough for featuring our work. We love you!

dinerporn:

Chronogram featured a Diner Porn photo on the cover of the March 2014 issue, along with this short profile.

Tom Smith originally created Diner Porn as an homage to the importance of diners in his own life. As a child, his parents took him to Park West Diner in Little Falls, New Jersey. He fell in love at 7th Avenue Diner & Donuts in Brooklyn. When he was kicked out of his New York apartment, he spent the night sitting at the counter of the Washington Square Diner on West 4th Street. In a way, diners are home to Smith, and he has tried to capture that through his photographs.

After he began sharing his work, he realized that he was not alone in his love of 24-hour greasy spoons—nearly 40,000 people follow the blog, and it’s been featured on Huffington Post, Thrillist, and a variety of other food-focused websites. But it’s not strictly a food blog. Diner Porn highlights the best parts of the diner experience—the vintage decor, the chrome buildings, and most importantly, the people and the communities. Through photo essays and editorial vignettes, written in collaboration with his partner Alecia Eberhardt, Smith maintains a focus on the stories of diners and the people that patronize them. (The photo featured on the cover is of the couple during a recent visit to the Phoenicia Diner.)

Smith and Eberhardt are headquartered in Saugerties, and have recently featured diners all over the Hudson Valley and Catskills region. To date, they’ve covered over 25 diners in New York and New Jersey—as well as one in Iceland on a trip there last year—but the project is constantly expanding and evolving. Several new contributors have joined the team and the site has begun taking submissions from readers who want to share their own “diner porn.” The next step for Smith and Eberhardt is a road trip this fall to capture diners across the country; they plan to collect their experiences in a book of photos and narratives.

The establishments captured by Diner Porn are classic representations of American culture, where anyone and everyone is welcome inside and invited to share their story. Like a train station or a bar, diners are a crossroads, a space of genuine human connection, fueled by coffee and all-day breakfast, and to Smith, preserving this culture is essential in a world run by corporate chains. Diners have given Tom Smith a home in the way that they have for thousands of others across America, and that’s perhaps why this project has struck a chord with so many people—in every cup of coffee, stack of pancakes, or ice cream sundae, readers can find a bit of themselves.

Month after month, Chronogram delivers coverage of the coolest arts, culture and events throughout the Hudson Valley. We can not thank the Chronogram staff enough for featuring our work. We love you!

Mare, sole, vino buono, e compagnia…:) “Il furgoncino”,immerso nella vigna Mancini.Tra Pesaro e Fiorenzuola di Focara #foodstreet #wine #fooditaly #marcheigers #summer #sea #lightfood #instafood #vintagefood

Mare, sole, vino buono, e compagnia…:) “Il furgoncino”,immerso nella vigna Mancini.Tra Pesaro e Fiorenzuola di Focara #foodstreet #wine #fooditaly #marcheigers #summer #sea #lightfood #instafood #vintagefood

Bellissimo compleanno…gnammm..grazie fornitore anonimo per il regalo….#tartufo #fooditaly #instafood #truffle #marche

Bellissimo compleanno…gnammm..grazie fornitore anonimo per il regalo….#tartufo #fooditaly #instafood #truffle #marche

Buon compleanno a meeee…#happy #birthday #trottola #instabirthday

Buon compleanno a meeee…#happy #birthday #trottola #instabirthday

brotherjournal:

Issue 3 is here!
It’s on Sweet Grass Dairy and was written by this man.
"It costs as much as like 2 Starbucks coffees. Have some perspective. Quit being a schmuck. Get off your tail and do something." — Brandon Chonko
~Buy now~

brotherjournal:

Issue 3 is here!

It’s on Sweet Grass Dairy and was written by this man.

"It costs as much as like 2 Starbucks coffees. Have some perspective. Quit being a schmuck. Get off your tail and do something." — Brandon Chonko

~Buy now~