What are you funding these days? Bad habits, a used book addiction, Etsy obsession? Here are some fun Kickstarter projects you should share some dollars with, if the crowd funding spirit so moves you.
The Lotus and the Artichoke
A vegan cookbook of global proportions, The Lotus and the Artichoke – Vegan Recipes from World Adventures looks like a fun way to travel vicariously through German author and food geek Justin Moore – dish by dish.
Friends, family, and food lovers of all kinds – herbivores and omnivores alike – ask me for my recipes. I love cooking for others and sharing my culinary insights and experiences gathered from homes, kitchens, cafés, restaurants, bustling markets, and busy street food carts around the world.
Kerfluffle Handmade Marshmallows
It’s hard for a fluffy marshmallow to get much tastier-looking than these Kerfluffe Marshmallows. I think marshmallows are one of those sweet treats that is best eaten fresh and in ridiculous flavors, can’t wait for mine to come!
There are Key Lime Pie marshmallows dipped in graham cracker crumbs, and PBJ Ripple marshmallows made with all-natural peanut butter and Concord grape juice. What better way to end Thanksgiving dinner than Maple Pecan marshmallows?
Baking Steel pizza plate
I’ve long been wanting a pizza stone, but I think I just changed my mind on my future pizza baking implement of choice. If you’re a pizza crust studier and all around pie eater, this recycled steel pizza plate is probably the next oven-related purchase you’ll want to make.
I grabbed a ¼” piece of scrap steel from Stoughton Steel, brought it home that week and tried it out. I was blown away by the results. Baking the pizza on the scrap steel created the best quality pizza I had ever made at home!
Who would have thought that after 20 years of making pizza at home for family and friends and working with steel every day, the solution for creating the perfect pizza was right under my nose all along.