Wikipedia says that “Molecular gastronomy is a subdiscipline of food science that seeks to investigate, explain and make practical use of the physical and chemical transformations of ingredients that occur while cooking, as well as the social, artistic and technical components of culinary and gastronomic phenomena in general.” Huh?
Someone very important to me is getting married. Weddings are a big deal, and I'm thrilled, but I'm also a bit overwhelmed. Why am I overwhelmed when it isn't my wedding? Because I'm now tasked with finding the PERFECT wedding gift. Finding that gift that says it all shouldn't be that hard, right? After all, I have known the guy his whole life. So before I get into the details of my quest to find that best-wedding-gift-ever gift, here's a little background info...
I live in a very old building in Brooklyn. My apartment definitely needs a little work, so I'm always on the lookout for fun ways to dress the place up. After hearing about a few ways to take tea tea towels above and beyond their dish-drying duties, I decided to give towels as home decor a try.
The original Face Mug has gotten a lot of attention since he first looked at us with those wide eyes, flashed that perfect (for stuffing with cookies) smile, and landed in our lineup. We've heard gifting stories of how he's made loved ones laugh, suggestions for filling him with different drink and treat combos, and some interesting alternate uses... But one thing we've heard time and time again is that folks would love to see this character in color.
Michael Frank, the designer behind the Spongester, just shared this funny video with us. We couldn't NOT pass it along!