Vegetable Placemats and One-Handed Eggs
Faith Durand
Jan 11, 2008

This Nature Matching System placemat prototype is designed to help you match your plate to a huge range of colors found in fruits and vegetables. Are you eating dragonfruit today? No? How about beets? Chard? Kale? Be inspired to eat more colorfully with these Pantone-esque placemats.

How to crack an egg one-handed, truffle oil, a recipe for orzo salad, and more from The Kitchn below...

• This week's recipes: Orzo Salad with Rosemary Almonds and Sun-Dried Tomatoes and links to recipes for Velvet Chocolate Cake with Prunes Soaked in Earl Grey Tea and Golden Beets and Brussels Sprouts.

• Most of you said that you crack an egg on a flat surface, but Mark Bittman cracks his eggs on the side of a bowl. Here's a video tutorial on How to Crack an Egg With One Hand.

Good Question: How to Use Truffle Oil

Created with Sketch.