Today’s Friday Finds may seem a bit random, but they all have something in common… they are all things I discovered while on my recent vacation.

FF: The Double Dish snack dish from Joseph Joseph

1ffFirst up is the ingenious Double Dish snack dish from Joseph Joseph which solves the age old problem of how to serve nuts with shells or other goodies that require a second bowl for discarding shells and other nonedible items.

About the Double Dish from Joseph Joseph: “Double Dish provides the perfect solution to the problem of serving snacks such as olives and pistachio nuts, with their inedible stones and shells. Its unique design comprises of a serving dish sitting on top of a larger collection bowl, curved outwards in three places to allow the disposal of unsightly food waste. As well as hiding any waste from view, Double Dish eliminates the need for additional empty bowls on the table.”

Find the Double Dish from Joseph Joseph here.

See all the great products of Joseph Joseph here.

FF: Red Cup Living

2FFRed Cup Living is a movement started by a group of people who wanted to promote good times with friends and family. The icon of these good times is the ubiquitous red plastic cups that seem to be at every celebration these days. As part of the movement, the folks at Red Cup Living have produced a line of reusable cups designed to look like the disposable ones – and they are cool.

About Red Cup Living’s Icon Cup: “Meet the Icon, an awesome plastic cup that pays homage to America’s favorite party cup. Only this time you don’t need to throw it away because it’s reusable! Enjoy 18 ounces of your favorite beverage, pop it in the dishwasher and reuse all over again. Made of break-resistant and double wall plastic, this sturdy cup will keep beverages cold and be ready for any gathering. Cheers!”

See more about Red Cup Living here.

Find the Red Cup Living shop here.

FF: Cape Art Tiles

3FFOn a day trip to Provincetown, on the very tip of Cape Cod, we discovered the retail shop of Cape Art Tiles. Cape Art Tiles produces a number of images by local artists on tiles, glass and other items – making very cool and affordable works of art and an excellent keepsakes from a vacation to the Cape.

About Cape Art Tiles: “Cape Art Tiles reproduces artists’ images on porcelain tiles, tempered glass cutting boards and an array of other substrates. We have a commitment to quality reproduction. Our current library features an abundance of Cape Cod images from such artists as Robert Kennedy, TJ Walton and Sally Brophy. We are proud to offer an exclusive representation of John Dowd’s popular annual image reproduced on both tile and cutting board. The constantly expanding image catalog also includes photography and less traditional imagery, such as Barbara Cohen’s renowned Dog In The Dune series.”

Visit Cape Art Tiles online here.

FF: Gay Grace Tea Mobile Tea Shoppe

4FFWhile touring around a little art fair in quaint Sandwich, MA on Cape Cod, Lynda and I discovered the wonderful tea blends of Gay Grace Tea. We fell in love with many of Gay Grace Tea’s unique blends of loose tea and enjoyed chatting with the proprietor, Gay Hughes.

About Gay Grace Tea Mobile Tea Shoppe: “Find premium loose leaf teas hand selected by Gay Hughes, owner of GayGrace Teas, as well as teapots, cups and saucers, tea cozies, aprons, and other unique tea items. Gay will help you select everything you need to brew a perfect cuppa tea at home. Find the Mobile Tea Shoppe at Farmer’s Markets, Craft Festivals, and other events.”

Good news, Gay Grace Tea also has an online store where you can purchase all of the great teas and related items offered by the Gay Grace Tea Mobile Tea Shop.

Learn more about Gay Grace Tea here.