Man At Arms: Jake’s Sword
Man at Arms made Finn’s sword from Adventure Time in a previous episode, but this time he’s gonna make Jake’s sword. Enjoy!
Grandma Yu Um Chon’s Kimchee
Watch grandma Yu Um Chon as she makes a pot of kimchee. Delicious!
If you want to try your hand at making some, her recipe is as follows:
1 Napa cabbage
1 Korean (or daikon) radish, cut into matchsticks
1/2 C ground Korean hot pepper
1/4 C Korean salted shrimp
1 bulb of garlic, finely minced)
1 (three-inch) piece of fresh ginger root (minced)
1 bunch of scallions
salt and sugar to taste
Dissolve about six tablespoons of sea salt in a large bowl of water (about a gallon), add the cabbage, and let it soak in the salt water overnight, rubbing the salt on the cabbage a few times.
Remove the cabbage from the salt bath, drain, and rinse. Combine all ingredients with the shredded radish in a large bowl. Season with salt and sugar to taste.
Layer the radish mix in between the cabbage leaves, place into a large glass or other non-reactive container, and allow it to sit for two to three days.
*All amounts are approximate and can be varied according to your preference!
Cut Brooklyn: Knifemaker Joel Bukiewicz
I posted about Joel Bukiewicz of Cut Brooklyn before when he was featured in a madebyhand video. Cool Hunting also has a video about Bukiwicz about how he got his start, but also the process behind making his kitchen knives.
High School Students Solve Watery Ketchup Problem
If you’re still wondering what the benefits are of affordable 3D printers and what purpose they may serve, this video may be able to help illustrate that benefit. These are two high school students, Tyler Richards and Jonathan Thompson, who had a problem with the initial watery ketchup on the first squeeze. By having the tools of 3d rendering software and and 3d printer readily at their fingertips, they were able to take a problem, come up with an idea for a solution and form their concept into a working prototype.
Young minds are full of creativity and if we can equip them with the proper tools and education, I’m sure they can solve many, many problems no matter how big or small. Well done Richards and Thompson.
Ultra Violet (aka Isabelle Collin Dufresne)
Get a quick glimpse inside the mind of Ultra Violet (aka Isabelle Collin Dufresne).
Chicago Sandwich Restaurant Goes 2 Years Without Creating Trash
Chef Justin Vrany owner of Sandwich Me, utilizes only local meat and produce, runs the business on renewable energy and is trash free for 2 years by recycling, composting and using other methods as well.
Gentlemen of Letters: A Dublin Sign Painting Film
Gentlemen of Letters: A Dublin Sign Painting Film, a mini doc on the sign painters of Dublin.