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The Rock Bottom Vessel in Action

Have you ever wanted to sit down with friends and serve up a delicious pot of coffee, only for it to get cold? Check out this video that shows how the Rock Bottom Vessel can rejuvenate your java! Simply place the base in your oven for 25 minutes at 200˚F and it will keep your coffee wonderfully warm for as long as your conversation goes! Use the Rock Bottom Tasse to keep your cream cool, and use the Stein and Stoßël for your sugar. Now you have a contemporary serving set that adds functionality to a unique aesthetic.



The Tale of the Table

June 20, 2016

It is always extremely gratifying when people share their experiences with the pieces we create. We recently received a lovely letter from Gayle and Frank Zaunscherb regarding a table we crafted for them inspired by our Steller post of their project. Read on... "After sixteen years, our old dining table, having survived countless meals, four teenagers and a beer pong tournament or two, had seen better days. Both an on-line search and several extensive shopping trips turned up nothing that excited us. Our new house needed something that reflected our tastes and fit a slightly awkward sized space. A night out at Lake Road, a cool restaurant in Hamilton, introduced us to very intriguing serving boards. On asking the owner...

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In the Rock Bottom | Summer 2016

June 13, 2016

Who doesn't love summer... surrounded by greenery and all the fresh loveliness that comes with it?  Fun in the sun, barbecues with family and friends, and local goodness available from farmers markets, road side stands and our very own garden! One of our favorite ways to use the Rock Bottom Tasse is for dressings. The recipe we are sharing is amazing on pretty much everything (for real).  Drizzle it on salad, marinate your meats with it,  and it is delicious for bread dipping. This homemade dressing is easy to make and open to improvisation. Use what you have on hand. Feel free to swap out the oil for another kind you have in your pantry as well as the vinegar,...

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