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Think you know the difference between a Porterhouse & RibEye #steak? This nifty visual cow diagram shows you the #beef!

The quality of beef is dependent on all sorts of factors, such as the age, breed and sex of the animal and the hanging, storing and cutting up of the joints. It is worth seeking out a butcher who supplies the sort … Continue reading →

A trick for keeping your ski goggles clear so that you can see where you’re going. Rub raw potato over your goggles before you hit the ski lift, and you should have no problem avoiding the people, rocks and trees on your way down    Read more: http://www.care2.com/causes/10-surprising-uses-for-potatoes.html#ixzz2S3ZarJ1b image http://shred-sesh.tumblr.com

A trick for keeping your ski goggles clear so that you can see where you’re going. Rub raw potato over your goggles before you hit the ski lift, and you should have no problem avoiding the people, rocks and trees on your way down Read more: Who knew?

Anatomy of a Japanese sword - Japanese Katana in details

This is a nice visual glossary of all the fittings that a blade go into when creating a katana. I have studied kenjutsu and used katana’s for a number of years and never knew the proper names for all these parts.

Make a relaxing statement in your elegant bath with the Wooden Tub Caddy. Place a soothing candle, book, or glass of wine on the caddy and transform your soaking experience into something that you've always dreamed of. Made out of reclaimed oak from barns built in the 1800s, the caddy has two holes drilled in the corners perfect for a votive candle or tea light. Water-resistant and easy to clean, the caddy just needs a quick wipe-down after every use.

Make a relaxing statement in your elegant bath with the Wooden Tub Caddy. Place a soothing candle, book, or glass of wine on the caddy and transform your soaking experience into something that you've always dreamed of. Made out of reclaimed oak from barns