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If there’s anything we’ve learned from history, it’s that the Japanese are famous for their knife-making skills. That’s why Japanese knives are considered to be among the best in the world. One of the reasons why chefs around the world prefer Japanese knives. One of these knife manufacturers, Tadafusa, can be found in Sanjo, Niigata. The Tadafusa Bocho knife is a set of hand forged and ground knives. All the knives are assembled with magnolia wood an bubinga handles. They all have a layer of Ao Gami or Blue Paper

I bet everyone has cut himself at least once whilst cooking (hopefully not too bad). Some people might have even cut themselves when they take a knife from a drawer, especially if they are stored without proper protection. The last thing you want is cut in your finger. That’s why MoMA designed these magnetic knife cases. These plastic cases protect you from cuts and help you store your knives safely. When you’re finished cooking, simple clean your knife and snap the plastic case securely over it. The magnetic closure makes

Can’t get enough of Cheddar, Stilton, Brie, Roquefort or Camembert? Do you dream of a nice cheese fondue every night? Then you should a) probably get some help and b) get this cheese sponge! The Cheese Sponge The Cheese Sponge is a natural sponge that was designed by Atypyk. It is made in France but it can be shipped worldwide. You can buy this sponge online for 7 euro. The cool thing about this sponge is the packaging: it looks like a real piece of cheese. Whatever you do: don’t

Glass kitchen canisters Thanks to TheFancy.com (a great website btw), I came across these beautiful wood & glass kitchen canisters. I bet they fit perfectly in a kitchen, bathroom or even an office. These canisters were designed by Chabatree. They are sold individually in two sizes: small and large. The small version has a diameter of 4″ dia. and it’s 4.75″ tall. The large one is 2″ taller. Optionaly you can fit the top with a rubber lip. Slip this rubber band on top to create an airtight container. You can

I recently bought an iPad and it’s been very helpful, especially if I want to check a website or Facebook. Instead of powering up my laptop I use my iPad; it’s much faster and can easily carry it around the house. Recently I also started to follow some recipes from my iPad. There are plenty of cooking apps out there that are worth a shot. So if you have an iPad and you’re looking for some cooking inspiration, try an app (the Telegraph wrote an article about it). The only

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