Some of the most beautiful images of hands we know of are by Tessa Traeger, photographed in the Vivarais region of France. They remind me what just about every good cook I know swears by: hands are the very best kitchen tool.
…and always have been, as witnessed by this prehistoric cave painting we found at Historias de Cronopios. In addition to hunting scenes and local flora and fauna, hand imprints are one of the most common themes paleolithic cave paintings left by our prehistoric ancestors. You can read more Read more about it at the Matador Network.
We use ours as spatula, tongs, flattener, tester, feeler, navigator, scraper, sprinkler….
What are your going to dig yours into this weekend?
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