Charlie Cart is a project that seeks to get kids cooking in the classroom. The tough little kitchen on wheels includes all the components needed to set up hands-on cooking lessons in any educational setting: a cooktop and small oven, a rinsing station, mixing bowls, cutting boards and more. The cart supports lessons across disciplines, moves easily between classrooms, and works outside in the garden or playground.
“The Egg Separator is a quick and easy way to separate egg whites from yolks. An egg is placed within the body of the product, which is then twisted and flipped to remove the broken shell, all while keeping the egg white and yolk separated and easily accessible within different compartments. High grade plastic allows the product to be cleaned easily while its compact size allows for easy storage."
“This specialized kitchen equipment is suitable for a variety of impairments including fractures, permanent disabilities or paralysis to one side of the body. Designed for both left-handed and right-handed people, these tools are easily used with one hand, regardless of which is impaired.
All kitchen equipment consists of 7 elements, which help users to prepare food with one hand. Several fixing elements and non-slip rubbers keep the equipment still while in use. The brown pieces identify the moving parts in the system. The top board is used for food preparation and the bottom board is the cutting board. When both boards are working together, they keep the food stable allowing the user to cut with one hand. All kitchen equipment is easily detachable and all elements are washable.”
“A liquid will always take the shape of its container. Angle is a measuring jug that makes use of this property for the measurement of liquids.
The classic measuring-jug system makes use of horizontal markings for the calculation of quantities. To pour our a specific partial quantity of liquid, the user must pour a little and then check the amount poured against the horizontal markings.
Angle combines this system with a new system of diagonal lines that indicate quantities during pouring. The diagonal lines correspond with the surface of the liquid during pouring.”
Today, most Americans hand over the responsibility of taking care of food to the refrigerator. We don’t observe our food anymore, and we don’t understand how to treat it. Jihyun Ryou’s ‘Save Food From the Refrigerator’ system focuses on alternate methods of food preservation and aims to minimize energy use in the home.