Here you can see the effect when applying mineral oil.
I’ve had this since 2005 and move from San Francisco to Berlin with it. I oil it once every other month with a basic mineral oil, to restore the health and lustre of the board. Such a pleasure doing so. Take care of your wood cutting boards: scrub them occasionally and dry them with a towel to ensure they will have a chance to dry thoroughly.
Dramatic lighting for my tea setup.
View from the kitchen window. Each day I get to see the leaves turn, while having tea of course.
untitled on Flickr.
Kelsi cooking. Dillon Beach
Books of Tea on Flickr.
Four editions (2005-2010) of the Book of Tea published by TeaGschwendner.
The 6th edition features expanded info on their teas and production, plus color photos!
The Book of Tea is available for free. Email TeaGschwendener for a copy.
Julia Child’s Kitchen:
National Museum of American History, Washington DC