Wood was one of the very first materials ever used by humans, among many of its uses was for preparing, cooking and serving food. It’s no coincidence that millions of years on, all around the world, it’s still used to this day in our kitchens. Wooden kitchenware can last many lifetimes but there are a few things that you need to know to help you get the most out of it and to keep it all in top condition. This guide answers all of the questions that you could have about caring for your wooden kitchenware. From the best way to wash & dry them, to when and how you should apply oil, to repairing scratches and more!
While to some, food photography might just be snaps of somebody’s lunch, to many others it is serious business. From food bloggers to health & fitness influencers or for anyone in the food and beverage industry, your food photography is part of what sets you apart from your competition. In fact, images of food continue to be among the most popular posts on Instagram, and you can even do college degrees solely in food photography, but there’s no need to go to college just to get some killer photography tips…
With a new year just beginning, many of us are making more lifestyle decisions based on sustainability. Making small changes to our everyday habits is a vital step towards the type of change we need. Swapping out some of the products you use every day for eco-friendly alternatives is a huge step in the right direction.So, without further adieu, here are 12 Eco-friendly household products and gifts:
Whether you have some jars in your home, or you're looking to get new ones; Glass jars are some of the most fundamental and versatile everyday items you could have in your home. There are 100's of uses for all kinds of jars, limited only by your needs and of course; fuelled by your vivid imagination... Here's Just 41 of what we think are the best, easiest and most creative uses for glass jars.