Cooking is a challenging ritual for the visually impaired due to the lack of sensory references. To overcome the steep learning curve, “folks”, a series of familiar kitchen tools, leverages on natural, sensory feedback and tactile cues such that they can prepare food safely with convenience, confidence and dignity. At the moment, the system consists of 5 products: 001 Knife: The knife spots a retractable (and detachable) guard that safeguards the user’s hands during cutting transitions. 002 Chopping Board: The chopping board affords modular arrangement of trays that facilitate with ingredient transfer. 003 Stove Ring: The ring allows the user to effectively recognise the burner’s boundaries. It also centralises and secures cookware in place during the cooking process. 004 Pot Lid: The lid provides a convenient nesting spot for kitchen tools and helps the user to identify the steam outlet with ease. It also prevents hot content from over spilling. 005 Teaspoon: The teaspoon’s integrated float informs the user of rising liquid levels while eliminating the contact between the liquid and the user’s fingers/thumb.