Bamboo Trays, Set of 2
We created these bamboo trays for storing garlic and other small items in our Orchard Racks but you'll find them handy for harvesting, too. Bring the trays to the garden to harvest vegetables, letting soil particles fall through the holes. Or hose off veggies right in the trays. Allow produce to sun-dry in the trays, then slip them right into the orchard rack for winter storage. The generously sized trays are made from woven bamboo with reinforcing slats on the bottom. You can use them as…
Indian Kitchen Cookwares / Essential Indian Utensils | Jopreetskitchen
Indian Kitchen Cookwares, I have been always fond of collecting different types of props for my photography. Be it a traditional one or modern utensils made of stainless steel / copper / aluminium. I have compiled a list of common cooking tools, equipment, cookwares used in every Indian household.
Home tour - Part Global, Part Wabi Sabi, Part barefoot living (Part 1)
One little corner and a million little details- Kamini Raghavan's home! "Fill your house with stacks of books in all the crannies and all the nooks" - Dr. Seuss and that's exactly what our home owner today has done! But then again her home is an envious mix of treasures (not just books) - treasures that stimulate one's senses - warm colors, exotic textiles, interesting knick knacks, one of a kind vintage accents and art work at every turn! Welcome to Kamini and Raghavan's sun drenched…
Coconut Grater - Coconut Graters - Special Collections - Antique
Coconut graters are known in thai as 'Kratai Khood Maprow'. The user straddles the seat, often carved in the shape of an animal, and extracts the coconut flesh by scraping it against the grater at the end. Rabbits are the most common shapes, but many others were also found in the central and southern regions where coconuts are widely used in cooking. Modern devices have largely replaced them today and old ones are prized by collectors.
Karthik’s Trip Down Memory Lane
Name: Karthik V.Location: Bangalore, IndiaSize: 1,420 square feetYears lived in: 4 months We’ve had a healthy number of house tours on Apartment Therapy from a surprising number of readers from India willing to open their doors to share with readers on the other side of the globe, and we’re happy to return again to Bangalore to a home filled with “surprises around every corner”.