|Wildfood tea towel|
The Wildfood tea towel is designed by chap called Stuart Gardiner. It features a seasonal guide to 70 British forageable foods - from crab apples to seaweed. If Hugh's Big Fish Fight has inspired you to cook some of our more unusual fishy friends, there's also a British seasonal fish tea towel.
When I looked at Stuart's website, I discovered his East London-based design studio is also responsible for several kitchen items I've been coveting lately, including the exceedingly badass Glove and Hate oven mitt, which you can buy from La Bouche on Broadway Market and Rosie's Deli Cafe in Brixton among others...
|Stuart Gardiner Love and Hate oven mitt|
|Staurt Gardiner Drop Scones Not Bombs tea towel|
Aaaand these adorable Teat-Owls (do you see what he did there?)...
|Stuart Gardiner Teat-Owls|
Tea towels, all £10 each
Glove and Hate oven mitt, £14
All from http://www.stuartgardiner.co.uk/