Baseball Bat Spatula - Modern - Spatulas - by Odash

Baseball Bat Spatula - Modern - Spatulas - by Odash

Irish Brown Bread from i married an irish farmer.  {Gotta trust a recipe from an Irish farmer's wife!}

Irish Brown Bread from i married an irish farmer. {Gotta trust a recipe from an Irish farmer's wife!} No yeast!

Made from walnut wood with copper pin detail. 11" long 3" wide. Finished with mineral oil and ...

Walnut Modern Spatula with Copper Pins

Made from walnut wood with copper pin detail. 11" long 3" wide. Finished with mineral oil and ...

the Scottish forerunner to our modern utensils. Spatulas, stir- fryers, mixers; things that go under food and move it around all started this way, as a simple spurtle. This happens to be Scottish. They made them for their porridge and was their main cooking utensil. Because of it's curved, smooth surface, it is shaped for both moving food around, and for scraping the food off on the side of your vessel. Spurtle means 'peasant's sword' or 'saber'.

The spurt is a traditional Scottish utensil similar to the modern day spatula or wooden spoon. It is used to move food and around and is often used to make porridge.

A mere chair design can be turned into a stunning art object in the right hands.

Chair Designs That Look Like Authentic Pieces of Art

Jewelry by Vanessa Gade  San Francisco-based metalsmith and designer Vanessa Gade’s jewelry is so good that I could easily go broke buying every single piece she’s designed. Her work has that clean and minimalist aesthetic that is a modern design lover’s dream. Clean lines and simple forms are the base of each piece with beautiful craftsmanship and interesting designs to boot.

Jewelry by Vanessa Gade

Jewelry by Vanessa Gade San Francisco-based Her work has that clean and minimalist aesthetic that is a modern design lover’s dream. Clean lines and simple forms are the base of each piece with beautiful craftsmanship and interesting designs to boot.

Jonathan Tuckey Design adds glazed extension to Grade II-listed house

Jonathan Tuckey Design adds glazed extension to Grade II-listed house

archatlas: “ Transparent Pavilion-like Extension to an English Cottage Yew Tree House by Eastabrook Architects and Jonathan Tuckey Design adds this glazed extension to a Grade II-listed cottage in the.

Beautiful work of art #nature #art http://www.keypcreative.com/

Autumn Trees All my paintings are in Oil on Linen canvas using both brush and palette knife My Originals can be purchased from my website www.

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