Wellness in a Bowl, Naturally


Salad is never more appetizing than when served in a large wooden bowl.”  

~Dorothy Draper


Wave Edge Large Bowl

With it’s unique, organic shape and honey-toned grain, our Wave Edge Mango Wood bowls will bring something special to the table no matter what you’re serving up. Hand carved and hand sanded from a single piece of sustainably sourced Thai Mango Wood, you can feel the immense care behind each of these beautiful pieces with a single touch.

  • Measurements: 9.25″ diameter x 5″
  • Handcrafted from raw mango wood.
  • Sustainably sourced, supports the planting of new trees with every harvest.
  • Ethically crafted in small batches

Rattan and Hammered Stainless Serving Tools

Rattan and Hammered Stainless Serving Tools

The rattan wrapping on the handles plus the hammered stainless finish, makes this serving set a striking balance between luxury and artisanal. They’ll reach for them each time they entertain.


The Perfect Caesar


6~anchovy fillets packed in oil, drained

1~small garlic clove

Kosher salt & Freshly ground black pepper

2~large egg yolks

2~tablespoons fresh lemon juice, plus more

¾~teaspoon Dijon mustard

2~tablespoons olive oil

½~cup vegetable oil

3~tablespoons finely grated Parmesan


3~cups torn 1″ pieces country bread, with crusts

3~tablespoons olive oil


3~romaine hearts, leaves separated


Parmesan, for serving

THE DRESSING | Chop together anchovy fillets, garlic & pinch of salt. Use the side of a knife blade to mash into a paste, then scrape into a medium bowl. Whisk in egg yolks, 2 Tbsp. lemon juice, and mustard. Adding drop by drop to start, gradually whisk in olive oil, then vegetable oil; whisk until dressing is thick and glossy. Whisk in Parmesan. Season with salt, pepper, and more lemon juice, if desired.

THE CROUTONS : Make your own. Tearing, not cutting the bread ensures nooks and crannies that catch the dressing and add texture. Preheat oven to 375°. Toss bread with olive oil on a baking sheet; season with salt and pepper. Bake, tossing occasionally, until golden, 10–15 minutes.

THE LETTUCE : Use whole leaves; they provide the ideal mix of crispness, surface area, and structure.

THE CHEESE : Caesars crowned with a mound of grated Parmesan may look impressive, but all that clumpy cheese mutes the dressing. Instead, use a vegetable peeler to thinly shave a modest amount on top for little salty bursts.

THE ASSEMBLY : Skip the tongs. Use your hands to gently toss the lettuce, croutons, and dressing, then top off with the shaved Parm.