The Kitchen: a reference guide
Food writer Jamie Feldmar and Archie Press developed this handy kitchen chart, using broad strokes to answer some of the most referential questions you might have in the kitchen. No need to google what to use when you don't have an egg for your pumpkin bread! Just look on the wall. Yesssss.
It's letterpress printed, so the paper is thick and the print is recessed creating a lovely texture.
It's a gorgeous reference guide that features conversions, substitutions, hard/soft boiled egg timing, shelf life. meat cooking temperatures, and oil smoke points.
11.5x17” / unframed
I’ve wanted this forever. It’s printed on very nice, thick paper. I have it hanging on the backsplash on an empty spot above the stove and it’s perfect.
Product shipped fast and with great care. This was a gift for my hubby, and it was his favorite gift this holiday. He's teaching our girls to cook and loved the quality of the print and detailed information. Thanks for offering such a unique and high quality piece of art for our home!
bought this for my 15 yo son who is learning to cook. very well made & a classic for years to come. thx!
Had it framed and now it hangs in my kitchen. Looks great, helpful too. Thanks Dig!
Beautiful! And useful too!
Love this art, the quality is beautiful and it's super practical, too. Every single time he cooks my husband asks me how many tsp in a Tbsp. How many Tbsp in 1/4 cup? Now he can look himself. Now next I need a chart that will help him find where to find the spices I haven't moved for at least five years... <3
DIG + CO.
Ha! And, I'd like a chart that shows my family how to stack tupperware and lids so they are findable and the drawer is shutable. ;)