- ScrapHacker Posted by ScrapHacker.com on måndag, november 14, 2011 · Leave a Comment In these micro-woven take-away times, the silent witnesses of the home-made, by-gone era often end up in masses in thrift shops and at the salvage yard… Old brioche tins, pie dishes and enamel colanders are easy to find…and easy to re-make. Let these great examples from fab scrap hacking Etsy vendor Flea Market Rx (by maker Hilary Nagler and photographer Robert Redfield) inspire some home-made lamp cooking… Hilary works with whatever medium inspires that day – reimagining antique lamp parts into modern rustic fixtures, reclaimed plumbing pipe and wood planks become elegant dining tables.
Honey Sesame Chicken Sesame chickens are a very popular restaurant or take out dish. I'd like to share this restaurant quality recipes at it always comes out perfect with very little fuss and inexpensive ingredients which you probably have on hand. It can be served at home, potluck, special party, or anytime you crave for some Chinese take out food. Ingredients : Massage reduces inflammation and promotes growth of new mitochondria following strenuous exercise, study finds Most athletes can testify to the pain-relieving, recovery-promoting effects of massage. Now there's a scientific basis that supports booking a session with a massage therapist: On the cellular level massage reduces inflammation and promotes the growth of new mitochondria in skeletal muscle. The research, involving scientists from the Buck Institute for Research on Aging and McMaster University in Hamilton Ontario appears in the February 1st online edition of Science Translational Medicine. The study involved the genetic analysis of muscle biopsies taken from the quadriceps of eleven young males after they had exercised to exhaustion on a stationary bicycle.
my ideal home HomeExploreRandomAskmy blogcontactspinterestbloglovinTwitter My ideal home is your daily source of interior design, architecture, home ideas and interior inspirations facebook instagram Roasted Cauliflower with Superspice – Love the Neglected March 2nd, 2012 Some vegetables are clearly under-represented in my kitchen and I can’t talk my way out of it. We do love our vegetables here, but salads, pumpkins and tomatoes get way more love and affection than others do. Yes, Cauliflower, I’m looking at you. Ever since I bought that electric coffee grinder the game-plan has changed and not one week goes by without another new spice mix.
Fasten Your Seat Belts! DIY Recycled Belt Chair project Posted by ScrapHacker.com on torsdag, december 8, 2011 · Leave a Comment Using old straps and belts are an easy way to rejuvenate an old piece of furniture. Use your old stuff, or find scrap belts & scrap chairs at your local flea market or thrift store. I found a great DIY video tutorial at Buildipedia which features a great upcycling series called ReHabitat, check out how to make the chair below at bit.ly/DIY-belt-chair (unfortunately I could´t embed it, so visit the link). This is an alternative version of the same hack idea by french artist Yahia Ouled-Moussa, who has used basic old chairs and clad them with bright colored straps by basic weaving technique – the patterned effect is graphic and refreshing.
Cake Cravings There is a hilarious scene in an episode of Sex and the City where Miranda makes herself a homemade chocolate cake. She starts off by eating one thin sliver of the cake and then walks away. The camera frame doesn't leave the kitchen the entire scene. You see her walk back into the kitchen just seconds later and help herself to another minuscule piece of the sinful treat.
How massage aids muscle healing - Health Massage helps relieve pain in damaged muscles by sending anti-inflammation messages to muscle cells, Canadian researchers have found. Athletes have long sought massages to relieve pain and promote recovery. Despite reports that long-term massage therapy reduces chronic pain such as back pain, the biological effects of massage on muscles weren't known. Now scientists at McMaster University in Hamilton have found evidence at the cellular level that massage blunts muscle pain in a similar way to anti-inflammatory pills.
ikat sac: faire un sac: Epilogue Last chapter in the epic Make A Bag series! And by "epic", I don't mean "longer than is sane", although that may be true, too. I mean "extolling her heroic attempts to write posts about fabric sacks while the rest of the house fell apart around her and everyone ate takeout pizza and oh, while she was also packing the entire family's summer wardrobe and enough gifts for half the civilized world in preparation for her trip to Singapore to see family, where she's now been soaking up the sun for the past 8 days already but nobody knew because she didn't even have the time to blog about it." Yep - epic. So... let's finish off with some questions that I think you might have.
Nordljus: Seville and Blood Orange Sorbet with Sichuan Pepper I know the first month of the year has already gone, but I hope all of you had a great start to the year. I’ve been working on some exciting projects, and winning this gorgeous selection of pieces must be an indication of more good things to come :) Thank you Nikole! We are still only half way through the gloomy British winter, but I can definitely feel spring in the air, and early January when these beautiful oranges start appearing makes me feel we’ve turned the corner.
What shall we do with the Shrunken Sweater Posted by ScrapHacker.com on torsdag, december 29, 2011 · Leave a Comment For me the days prior to New Years always seem full of inspired thoughts on the potential greatness of next year. As such, I tend to have a Zen moment want to clear out stuff I no longer use, or find creative ways of re-use. Browsing the MakeProjects website I found this great idea, that will make that accidentally shrunken favorite woolly sweater of yours shine anew in 2012! Check out the pics and tutorial below (quoted from the MakeProject tutorial available here)…
Joy the Baker — I feel like I’m grasping tight to the things around me these days. I’m probably the first to shrug off the change of season, the change of moving cities, and the change of traveling a ton as no big deal…. but it all adds up to matter and I have to admit I feel a little crazy in the brain. This season I’ve started a new workout routine. Since I’ve moved away from my beloved SoulCycle in California, I’ve started practicing Bikram Yoga in New Orleans. I’m terrible.