Posts Tagged ‘ogusky’

How to make sauerkraut

Fermenting cabbage into a cultural delicacy such as sauerkraut or kimchi is an age-old practice that is still appreciated today; indeed is experiencing a renaissance of sorts.   The good folks at Cultured in Berkeley plus the popularity of a class we’re teaching at Workshop in SF on April 28 can attest to this new-found love… more

April 9th, 2012 | No Comments | Tags: , , ,

Hand-Thrown Compost Pail – Cobalt Blue

You know you’re doing the right thing by composting but it’s about time you do it in style.  Get that nasty used tupperware tub off your countertop and replace it with this spectacular piece of compost-collecting art.

Hand-Thrown Clay Compost Pail – Turquoise

You know you’re doing the right thing by composting but it’s about time you do it in style.  Get that nasty used tupperware tub off your countertop and replace it with this spectacular piece of compost-collecting art. This 7″ tall functional handmade jar to hold all your kitchen waste is earth-friendly and decor friendly as… more