Ilona Topolcsanyi

Ilona Topolcsanyi

Ilona Topolcsanyi
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When I was asked to make coffee cups for @allarewelcomebakery I wanted to cups to look like the smell that hits you when you walk in the door of the bakery. The sweet toasty smell of warm caramelised sugar. More than that they needed to reflect texture of baked pastry with nuts and fruit sugar and air pockets of freshly baked loaves. To achieve this I took old stainless steel scouring pads (always associated with my failed attempts at baking) cut them up and rolled them into the surface of…

When I was asked to make coffee cups for @allarewelcomebakery I wanted to cups to look like the smell that hits you when you walk in the door of the bakery. The sweet toasty smell of warm caramelised sugar. More than that they needed to reflect texture of baked pastry with nuts and fruit sugar and air pockets of freshly baked loaves. To achieve this I took old stainless steel scouring pads (always associated with my failed attempts at baking) cut them up and rolled them into the surface of…

When I was asked to make coffee cups for @allarewelcomebakery I wanted to cups to look like the smell that hits you when you walk in the door of the bakery. The sweet toasty smell of warm caramelised sugar. More than that they needed to reflect texture of baked pastry with nuts and fruit sugar and air pockets of freshly baked loaves. To achieve this I took old stainless steel scouring pads (always associated with my failed attempts at baking) cut them up and rolled them into the surface of…

When I was asked to make coffee cups for @allarewelcomebakery I wanted to cups to look like the smell that hits you when you walk in the door of the bakery. The sweet toasty smell of warm caramelised sugar. More than that they needed to reflect texture of baked pastry with nuts and fruit sugar and air pockets of freshly baked loaves. To achieve this I took old stainless steel scouring pads (always associated with my failed attempts at baking) cut them up and rolled them into the surface of…

Playing around with a coconut soy wax mixture in my slow cooker. The wax has a melting temp of 46ish degrees. At $7.50 a kilo this could be a possible healthy alternative to paraffin. Will keep you posted.

Playing around with a coconut soy wax mixture in my slow cooker. The wax has a melting temp of 46ish degrees. At $7.50 a kilo this could be a possible healthy alternative to paraffin. Will keep you posted.

Can we go now?

Can we go now?

Sunday workings.

Sunday workings.

Tadamasa Yamamoto

Tadamasa Yamamoto's casserole, handmade from Iga clay, is ideal for boiled or stewed dishes. Iga-yaki is one of Japan’s most highly-regarded traditional ceramics. The porous clay allows for excellent heat distribution when slowly simmering dishes.