stainless steel design People make `Peck' the pick
While many may call necessity the mother of invention, it is disgust that brings this stylish finger --Launceston designer Anita Dinin made the food a reality.Dineen, a well-trained jeweler, said that the plan for "peck" gourmet cakes was created by the failure to try to clean the oily condiments in the service tray."It's a bit disgusting," she said, revisiting the olive burrito."Everyone puts their fingers in and you don't know what's going on inside.Dineen said she thought her idea had potential, so she took a sterling silver prototype to the design center Tasmania in Launceston."They told me that I should include it in the tazhou design award," she said ."."I was lucky enough to win the game and thank you so much to everyone who voted for me.The final product is a stainless steel product based on the mouth of someone who eats honey, she said."I hate today's disposable items," Dineen said ."."Steel will last and it will still be here for many years to come.Peck \ 'is now in continuous production and the $1000 printed package for Foot & Playsted is awarded Dineen as part of her prize.