Gomez and Swift had the ultimate girls night in, while Michael Jackson made an appearance from the beyond for PepsiSelena Gomez and Taylor SwiftThis week, it seemed like more celebrities were staying in instead of going out — Selena Gomez and Taylor Swift partied like teenagers, Mila Kunis ordered takeout, and Courtney Love needs a chicken potpie from Dean and Deluca delivered to her house every morning.
When I heard Jamie Oliver speak in Toronto in November 2009 about the Food Revolution, I knew that I had to get involved. As a full-time teacher, I did what I could, and started teaching my students how to cook.I’ve been teaching kids to cook for over five years now in after-school cooking clubs, and I’m a huge advocate for getting home economics back on school curriculums.
The fry cook of the futureA burger chain is employing a robotic arm to flip patties for customers world-wide, starting with California.“Flippy,” a robotic kitchen assistant from Miso Robotics, has been put to work in an actual restaurant flipping patties.Caliburger, an American restaurant chain with locations worldwide, has employed the robotic arm to cook for its customers by grilling and turning and the burger meat at its Pasadena, California, location.
Research from Google found that this is the age of the ‘Digital Kitchen’Millennials would rather use smartphones and tablets than printed recipes while cooking.Millennials may use their mobile devices to text, video chat, and flood social media, but they also use them while cooking.A study from Google found that 59 percent of adults ages 25 to 34 said that they use their phones and tablets to help them cook, while people over 35 years old are more inclined to print out a recipe.
Recipe Cake without eggs of 07-01-2013 Updated on 07-08-2018 Happy Monday everyone, this morning I give you the recipe to prepare a cake without eggs and with oil instead of butter, a suitable dessert for breakfast or a snack but which can turn into an excellent base for a filled cake.
The White Owl Social Club in Portland is hosting two newer Eugene-area breweries for a meet-the-brewers event with Agrarian Ales and Planktown Brewing. Agrarian has gotten some play town for its fun, farmhouse-y ales at some of the taphouses around town, andPlanktown has had beers popping up here and there, but I haven& 39;t seen this much presence from either brewery until now.