Images via Need Supply Co.
Let your mouth straight flex on 'em with some slick stainless steel silverware courtesy of prolific Japanese artist and designer Takenobu Igarashi. The fork, knife, and spoon are all available at Need Supply for a mere 18 USD a pop, which is a small price to pay for utensils that look like they're about to get featured in the next issue of Kinfolk. Just know that buying this silverware will require you to considerably step up your cookery game, since all your current victuals will look like ass next to these elegantly crafted tools. Don't sully these joints with any of that Lean Cuisine-type shit; get on your gourmet grind. Poach, whisk, julienne, etc. Hope you're ready to hone those rusty knife skills, fam, because it's time to put on your Crocs™and step into the kitchen work triangle. Tangent: Crocs™ are superlatively swagless, but chefs seem to swear by them. Mario Batali even has his own special edition joints and the Bat-man is never wrong. You ever see that Munchies video where he kicks it with Action Bronson? Good times, bruh. Damn I'm hungry now -RB
Friends, I'm going to say something that everyone running for president will never say: "I changed my mind". Back in July, I shared my recipe for a passable chili and in it I called for the use of ground beef. I made this prescription in good faith, believing it to be the best option for budding home cooks looking to get into the chili game. I have since learned that I was mistaken and I sincerely apologize. I know your forgiveness won't come quickly or easily, but all I can ask is the chance to earn back your trust. My road to culinary redemption begins after the jump...(that's what they call a tease)...
Food: of all the things you can stuff in your mouth, it's probably one of the best. But feeding yourself delicious food isn't always the easiest task. It can be time consuming, expensive, and comes with some risk of taking off half a finger in your mandoline (DO NOT CLICK THAT LINK IF YOU'RE SQUEAMISH). That's why we should all have an arsenal of simple, easy-to-reheat meals that can save you time, money, and digits.
I have an addiction: I love any television show in which an expert (often British) turns up at a struggling business to yell at the owners until they are emotionally exhausted and mentally malleable. I gravitate toward the Kitchen Nightmares and Bar Rescue side of the spectrum, probably because I have a soft spot for loud condescension.
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